Linton Police Department Asking For Assistance In Locating Two Women Wanted On Warrant

February 7, 2014 11:44 PM

CAPTURED – ISP, Linton Police Department Arrest Two Women Wanted on Warrant after Anonymous Tip

Kathleen E. Featherstone

Kathleen E. Featherstone

Cynthia R. Cocks

Cynthia R. Cocks

(Worthington, Indiana)  The Indiana State Police along with the Linton Police Department, the Worthington Police Department and the Greene County Sheriff’s Department captured the two women who were accused of battery and criminal confinement early Saturday evening.

Kathleen E. Featherstone and Cynthia R. Cocks are alleged to have repeatedly attacked another woman, struck her with a vehicle and then drove away.

Arrest Warrants had previously been issued for Featherstone and Cocks for Criminal Confinement, a Class C Felony and Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury, a Class A Misdemeanor.

The Linton Police Department investigation had revealed the alleged victim in this case had several injuries to her face including bruising, bleeding, redness and swelling. Officers were also able to determine the vehicle involved was a white 2005 four-door Chevrolet Cavalier.

An anonymous call to 911 from an alert citizen who spotted the two women at the Dollar General Store last night, resulted in their arrests without incident.

Linton PD Chief Jerrell said if anyone has any further information about this investigation, they are asked to contact the Linton Police Department at 812-847-4411 or contact Greene County Crime Stoppers by calling 812-TIP-LINE, (812-847-5463) or toll free at 866-446-4672.

 

Previous Update: 2/7/14 at 11:45 p.m.

(Linton,Indiana) – The Linton Police Department, along with members of the Indiana State Police, are looking for two women who are alleged to have repeatedly attacked another woman then struck her with a vehicle.

Arrest Warrants have been issued for Cynthia R. Cox and Kathleen E. Featherstone for Criminal Confinement, a Class C Felony, and Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury, a Class A Misdemeanor.

Linton PD officers interviewed the alleged victim and found several injuries to her face including bruising, bleeding, redness and swelling. Linton Police determined the vehicle involved was a white 2005 four-door Chevrolet Cavalier.

A reward has been offered by the  Greene County Crime Stoppers for information leading to the arrest of Cox and Featherstone.

If anyone has any information about this incident or the whereabouts of the two suspects, they are asked to contact the Linton Police Department at 812-847-4411 or contact Greene County Crime Stoppers by calling 812-TIP-LINE, (812-847-5463) or toll free at 866-446-4672.

Cynthia Cox

Cynthia Cox

 

Kathleen Featherston

Kathleen Featherston

 

 

 

 

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