Reynoldsburg police reported a man was seen chasing a juvenile girl who was walking home from school.
The reporting officer said he arrived at 2:52 p.m. Oct. 29 in the area of Haft Drive and Foxchase Road and talked to the girl, who said she had been walking home from the Reynoldsburg High School Livingston campus when a man started walking closely behind her.
She said the man asked her name, then walked in front of her and pulled up his shirt, showing her that he was wearing a "hot pink thong," according to the police report. She said she hurried to her own driveway and a neighbor called police for her.
The girl described the man as white, bald and about 30-35 years old.
In other Reynoldsburg police reports:
* A man said he was walking down Clay Stone Place with his 3-year-old son when a car squealed its tires turning onto the road so he stepped near the curb "to tell her to slow down." The man said the driver's side mirror clipped his arm.
He said the female driver got out of the car and yelled at him, then another car came up behind her and slammed on its brakes. A man got a holstered gun out of the glove compartment, and then waved it around, yelling and saying he would be back in 20 minutes.
When he did return, police arrested him on charges of disorderly conduct and inducing panic and said his concealed carry permit and his gun would be held until the case was resolved.
* Police responded to a complaint about an aggressive dog at 6 p.m. Oct. 29 in the 2100 block of Lynbridge Drive.
A woman said a medium-sized dog had jumped into her fenced backyard and was being aggressive toward her and her son. The reporting officer the dog barked and snarled at him as he approached and charged at another officer.
"I drew my weapon and nearly shot the dog," the officer said.
A neighbor told the police where the dog lived and one of the officers found three holes under the chain link fence that the animal had crawled under. The owner was cited on an animal-at-large charge. She said the dog is a three-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback Chow.
* Officers responding to a burglar alarm call Oct. 31 at a residence in the 2100 block of Lynbridge Drive found a rear window broken out and a drawer from a jewelry box on the ground. Officers searched the house as soon as the residents arrived but found no one inside.
The homeowner said items were missing, including costume jewelry, four or five pairs of Air Jordan shoes from her son's bedroom closet and a gold Garcia Dixon watch from her son's room.