A woman with "some sort of mental health issue" drove into the parking lot of the preschool at Overbrook Presbyterian Church, 4131 N. High St., at 9:40 a.m. July 24, drove over a curb, then exited her vehicle while shouting obscenities at some orange traffic cones, one of the teachers told Columbus police in filing an assault complaint.

A woman with "some sort of mental health issue" drove into the parking lot of the preschool at Overbrook Presbyterian Church, 4131 N. High St., at 9:40 a.m. July 24, drove over a curb, then exited her vehicle while shouting obscenities at some orange traffic cones, one of the teachers told Columbus police in filing an assault complaint.

After she was done cursing the cones, the woman approached a playground area full of small children, now shouting obscenities at the teachers who scrambled to get the children inside, the victim reported.

She said the assault took place when she attempted to speak with the woman.

In other Clintonville-area police reports:

* A Kensington Place West man said someone with his Social Security number and an identification card attempted to withdraw $3,500 from his account at a Scranton, Pa., branch of his bank July 18.

"I did not have the funds to make the withdrawal, so 'red flags' went up and he was turned away," the Clintonville resident said in filing his report. "The bank put a lock on my accounts and called me. The branch manager said they have pictures of the man on surveillance tape."

* An Indianola Avenue woman reported at 9:30 a.m. July 22 that someone broke into a storage unit at her apartment building and stole $300 worth of hand tools and a pump for an air mattress valued at $100. The break-in took place sometime after 5 p.m. July 20, she said.

* A resident of East Longview Avenue contacted police July 18 to report receiving a bill three days earlier from a collection agency demanding he pay a settlement of $340.55 toward a $681.10 balance from Dish Network. It was the first time, he said, that he was aware someone had opened an account with the satellite provider in his name.

* An Indianola Avenue man said his .380-caliber handgun was stolen from the center console of his vehicle while it was parked in the 3400 block of North High Street on either July 18 or 21. He filed a report at 10:37 a.m. July 22. He said the semi-automatic pistol is worth $370 and that magazines and ammunition also had been taken.

* A man exposed himself to a woman on Arbor Village Drive at 1 a.m. July 23.

* A Garden Road couple reported their home was broken into between 1:16 and 1:26 a.m. July 22. Stolen items include a $2,000 television, a $200 cellphone and a purse and wallet valued at $260.

One day later, on July 23, a Garden Road home two blocks away also was burglarized. This time, the victim said a $400 videogame console was missing and damage to a window was estimated at $200.