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Worthington: Repeated 911 misuse results in woman's arrest

Misuse of 911 resulted in the arrest of a Worthington woman March 18.

The 65-year-old Chaucer Court woman was charged and taken to Franklin County Jail after continuing to make unwarranted calls after being warned by police to discontinue the calls.

In other Worthington police incident reports:

• Batteries were stolen from four trucks in the industrial area of Worthington overnight on March 20.

A total of nine batteries were stolen from three trucks in the 7000 block of Huntley Road, and two batteries were stolen from a truck in the 7000 block of Worthington-Galena Road.

• At 8:50 a.m. March 20, police received a report of suspicious people at Olentangy Park, 600 W. Wilson Bridge Road.

Upon arrival, officers found two vehicles that had been broken into. The suspects were described as three men and one woman in a green sedan.

• Someone left a handwritten letter in the night depository at Chase Bank, 50 W. Wilson Bridge Road. It accused two people in another state of being child molesters and included contact information for the accused.

• Copper gutters were stolen from a building in the 6800 block of North High Street on March 17 or 18.

• A bicycle was taken from the bike rack at Kilbourne Middle School, 50 E. Granville Road, on March 17. It was found chained to the rack next door at the Old Worthington Library.

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