A Columbus man was charged with petty theft after allegedly attempting to steal six cases of beer from a Hill Road grocery store.

A Columbus man was charged with petty theft after allegedly attempting to steal six cases of beer from a Hill Road grocery store.

A Lanning Street boy reported two laptop computers, two video-gaming systems and approximately 28 games and an iPod were stolen from his residence. Loss was listed at $3,150.

A Columbus woman was cited for fictitious tags, no operator's license and driving under suspension following a stop on Refugee Road. She also was found to have an outstanding warrant out of Franklin County for animal control violations.

A Lancaster man was charged with OVI and a marked lanes violation following a stop on Hill Road.

A Pickerington man was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device and driving under suspension following a stop on West Columbus Street.

A Canal Winchester woman was charged with theft after allegedly attempting to steal merchandise from a Postage Road department store.

Employees at a Stonecreek Drive tractor supply store reported the theft of three log splitters valued at a total of $4,299.97.

The Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society Museum, 15 E. Columbus St., is featuring an exhibit about the Taylor family through Oct. 9.

Dr. Kenneth Taylor practiced medicine in Pickerington for more than 30 years and represented one of four generations of physicians in the Taylor family.

Museum visitors will view a special exhibit of antique medical equipment used by the Taylors, and learn how the family has contributed to the local community.

The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Admission is always free.