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July 2, 2013

Pot plant found on porch

Police Report

WASHINGTON — CITY REPORT

Sunday

11:21 p.m. - Adam Young, 713 Sunset Court, reported that when he came home he noticed someone had stolen several of his flower pots and shattered another flower pot. Extra patrol was requested.

10:46 a.m. - Lisa Clark, 407 E. Hefron St., reported that someone had busted the back window of her vehicle, a 2004 Chevy Venture van. A brick had been thrown through the window.

12:49 a.m. - Angel Rogers, 507 1/2 E. South St., reported that she and her boyfriend had heard a loud noise and discovered the back window of her vehicle had been shattered. Officers discovered that a brick had been thrown through the glass shattering the back window and cracking the front windshield.

Saturday

4:16 p.m. - Jeff Walls, 1004 McCormick Ave., reported that while he was gone someone had struck his other vehicle. Witnesses in the area said the Walls’ vehicle was struck by a brown four-door vehicle and the brown vehicle had spun around after striking the other vehicle.

3:24 p.m. - An unknown caller on Southside Ave., reported that a group of boys were throwing lit firecrackers at dogs in a pen. The noise was scaring the dogs.

12:55 p.m. - Vincennes police reported a 2008 black H3 Hummer had been stolen from the area. Linton police lost the vehicle on a chase earlier in the day.  A shoplifter had been in the Linton Walmart earlier in the day and had to show her identification to make a return. She then got into the Hummer with unknown persons. The vehicle may have been on its way to another Walmart store.

COUNTY REPORT

Sunday

7:36 p.m. - A caller on 8638E 700S near Cannelburg reported a minor accident in the parking lot of the Oak Grove Church on CR 700S in Pennyville. Both parties exchanged information and there was only minor damage.

4:13 p.m. - A caller at 6683 E. Gasthof Village Rd. reported a minor accident in the employee parking lot. The involved parties exchanged information and did not need a report.

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