A Reynoldsburg Division of Police officer dealt with a pit bull in his face at a local school and ended up citing the owner, a 54-year-old Reynoldsburg resident, for allowing animals to run at large.

The officer said he was dispatched at 6:15 p.m. May 20 to Baldwin Road Junior High School, 2300 Baldwin Place, on an animal complaint.

He said a woman was allowing two large black dogs and a medium-size, brown and white pitbull mix to run around without being leashed.

"I told (the woman) to put a leash on her dogs," the officer wrote in the report. "She refused ... and then the brown/white dog jumped up and its snout hit the bottom of my chin."

The officer said he gave the woman a citation for animals running at large, but she refused to sign it.

"I gave her the pink copy of the charge and cleared the scene," the officer wrote in the police report.

In other Reynoldsburg police reports:

* Charges are pending against a parent who allegedly stole a teacher's purse at school. An officer responded at 9:14 a.m. May 19 to Slate Ridge Elementary School, 10466 Taylor Road, on a report of a theft. Video from the school camera showed the teacher's purse was stolen by a known parent, according to the police report.

* Police are investigating several reports of car break-ins and vandalism.

An officer responded at 7:37 a.m. May 19 to a residence in the 7200 block of Marlan Avenue on a criminal-damaging complaint.

A woman said she parked her 2013 Kia in the driveway the night before. On the next day, her husband noticed the passenger-side window was smashed. There was nothing missing from the car, the officer said.

In another incident, a man said he parked his 1999 Saab in front of his apartment at 11:30 p.m. May 20 in the 6200 block of Century City South and the next morning, he discovered the rear driver-side window smashed and the car radio gone.

A woman told police her Dodge Ram was parked in her driveway in the 7300 block of Wollam Avenue when she left home at 9 a.m. May 20. When she returned at 3:30 p.m., the driver-side window was smashed and the radio had been stolen.

On May 21, she discovered the hood to her vehicle up and car parts, including the alternator, air-conditioning parts, the water-pump inlet and part of the brake system, were missing.