Marysville police reports
* An employee at a business on Delaware Avenue reported that during the night, someone entered the business and stole money.
* A Belmont Drive resident reported he left his garage door up overnight and later found key marks on the back of his vehicle.
* A resident on Mill Road reported she was assaulted on Coleman's Crossing Bouelvard.
* A 25-year-old Marysville man was arrested and charged with assault and resisting arrest on Buerger Street.
* A 56-year-old Richwood man was arrested and charged with tampering with a coin machine. He was found in possession of a crowbar and attempting to open a coin machine on Milford Avenue, police reports said.
* Employees at a business on Coleman's Crossing Boulevard reported a shopper tried to leave without paying for a shopping cart full of groceries.
* A 41-year-old Marysville man was arrested and charged with OVI during a traffic stop at West Sixth and South Main streets.
*A Wisconsin resident reported his trailer was stolen from where it was parked at a business on Industrial Parkway.
* A resident of Woodcrest Drive reported his son was abused while at a home on West Sixth Street.
Union County Sheriff's Office
* The owner of a residence in the 30000 block of Osborne Road reported someone entered a barn and stole approximately 220 gallons of fertilizer valued at $70.
* Employees at a business in the 19000 block of Johnson Road reported a shed was broken into and numerous items were stolen, including copper wire, welding materials, tools and other wire.
* The owner of an ATV valued at $1,640 reported it was missing from where it was stored in the 9000 block of Homer Road.
* A resident in the 14000 block of Watkins Road reported numerous items were taken from her garage. The list includes two chainsaws, a leaf blower, a carpentry belt and other tools valued at approximately $500.
* A 1998 Buick Park Avenue crashed into a guardrail at the intersection of state Route 347 and Lunda Road. The driver, a 71-year-old Celina man, was cited for failure to control.
* An employee at a business in the 24000 block of Honda Parkway reported he lost his wallet and then found that his credit card had been used to purchase services online. The amount of loss reported was approximately $300.
* Homeowners in the 9000 block of Lacatina Circle in Plain City found notes near their homes containing derogatory remarks and threats.
* A resident in the 16000 block of Allen Center Road reported seeing a black car parked next to the house. When the resident approached the house, a man ran from inside, got into the car and left. The inside of the home had been ransacked and numerous items were gathered near the front door.
* Employees at a business in the 26000 block of state Route 37 reported a detached storage area was broken into and metal parts were stolen.
* A 36-year-old Gahanna man was arrested during a traffic stop at the intersection of U.S. Route 33 and state Route 161 and charged with having weapons under disabilityafter a firearm was found in the trunk of his vehicle.
* An employee at a business in the 24000 block of Honda Parkway reported his wallet was stolen while he was at work. Items in the wallet included identification, an undisclosed amount of cash, personal pictures, and three credit cards.
* A fence was reported cut at a field that holds cattle in the 9000 block of U.S. Route 41.
* A resident in the 27000 block of Newton Perkins Road reported a 14-year-old girl had run away from home. With assistance from the Logan County Sheriff's Office, she was located and taken into custody. She was transported to the Central Ohio Youth Center and was charged with being an unruly juvenile and underage consumption.
* The drywall inside a home under construction in the 18000 block of Sam Reed Road was damaged and several items were stolen, including a shower head and valve and copper pipe.
* The dry wall inside a home under construction in the 16000 block of Riverbirch Drive was damaged and items were stolen, including two shower heads, a walk pick and several extension cords. Total estimated loss is $2,050.
* A resident in the 18000 block of state Route 161 reported his home was forcibly entered and several items were stolen, including a Samsung 51-inch plasma television, a Hitachi 50-inch plasma television, a Sony PlayStation 3, a Bose surround sound system, a Dell desktop computer with a 21-inch Acer monitor, a set of Callaway golf clubs, a 9 mm Ruger handgun, a Smith & Wesson 40-caliber handgun, a Smith and Wesson compact pistol, two Mossberg 12-gauge shotguns, a Remington 700 rifle, a Savage 17 rifle, a Winchester 410-gauge shotgun and an Ithaca 12-gauge shotgun.
* The county dog warden was called to a home in the 23000 block of Rushsylvania Road after the caller reported being assaulted by a neighbor in an argument over their livestock and dogs. The dog warden issued a citation and took a report for injuries to the livestock.
* An accident was reported at the intersection of Collins and Middleburg Plain City roads involving a 1998 Honda Civic and a 1999 Nissan Altima. A 19-year-old North Lewisburg man and an 18-year-old Woodstock man were both charged with disorderly conduct.