The manager of a business in the 2300 block of Taylor Drive said two men stole several pairs of Oakley and Maui Jim sunglasses at approximately 3:30 p.m. Nov. 9.

The manager of a business in the 2300 block of Taylor Drive said two men stole several pairs of Oakley and Maui Jim sunglasses at approximately 3:30 p.m. Nov. 9.

She said the two men were seen concealing the glasses in their coat pockets, then leaving the business. She told police the glasses retail for at least $200 each.

In other Reynoldsburg police reports:

* Officers responded to a 911 call at 3:41 p.m. Nov. 10 at Pinetree and Birchview drives where a woman flagged them down and said a group of six girls hit her in the face and head multiple times and took her purse. The purse contained her phone, a state ID and a debit card.

The reporting officer said the woman had a lot of blood around her mouth and nose and said her nose and head hurt. The officer called medics, who treated the woman's injuries, but she refused transport to the hospital.

She told police she knew one of the girls. The officer went to that address found no one home, so he returned to talk to the woman, but she was gone. The officer called the phone number she had supplied, but got no answer.

* Police were dispatched at 4:34 p.m. Nov. 10 on a report that a juvenile was hitting his mother and grandmother and spitting on his sister at a residence in the 7300 block of Smithfield Avenue. The boy told the reporting officer he was trying to eat his sister's dinner but she wouldn't let him, so he spit in her food.

The grandmother told the officer the boy is acting up more since his father is not around but that his father is a negative influence.

As officers were talking to the family, they discovered an active warrant had been issued for the mother so she was taken into custody and transported to the Franklin County Correction Center on Jackson Pike.

The officer said he had been to the residence multiple times because of the boy. He said this latest report would be forwarded to Franklin County Children Services.

* A student at Reynoldsburg High School's Summit Road campus , 8579 Summit Road, told police Nov. 8 that he was afraid to go home because his mother's boyfriend has hit him in the past with a belt and he does not feel safe.

The reporting officer said the boy's aunt arrived at the school and she was in tears, saying she feared for the boy's well-being.

She said her sister is a battered woman. When the mother arrived at the school however, she denied the boy's allegations and said her sister is not allowed to be around her home or children.

The officer said since there were no physical signs of abuse, the student had to go home with his mother, but a report was forwarded to Franklin County Children Services for review.

* A woman told police she, her husband and daughter found their house in the 2100 block of Commons Road South had been ransacked Nov. 9. Two officers cleared the house and discovered the glass in a rear window had been broken out by a concrete rock and that the thieves must have exited through a rear sliding glass door.

The woman told police she was not sure what was missing because the family is in the process of moving.

* Officers arrested a man for receiving stolen property after a random check on a license plate at12:48 a.m. Nov. 13 in the 5900 block of Little Rock Way revealed the Jeep he was driving had been reported stolen from Fairfield County. Officers ordered the man out of the car and told him to lay face down on the ground, then handcuffed him. They transported him to the Franklin County Jail.