Officers responded to a call about a loose pit bull at 5:31 p.m. June 7 in the 8100 block of Bunyan Drive.
The caller told officers that a large female pit bull had chased her cat, but when she picked up the cat to protect it, the cat clawed her in an attempt to get away from the dog, causing injuries to her face and arms, according to the police report.
The reporting officer said he located the dog, which "appeared friendly and did not have a collar."
The officer was unable to locate the owner but said the dog jumped willingly into the police cruiser and was transported to the police station.
Franklin County Animal Care and Control later picked up the dog.
In other Reynoldsburg police reports:
* Charges are pending against a 31-year-old Reynoldsburg woman who was a passenger in a vehicle stopped by police for a driving-under-suspension charge at 12:10 a.m. June 4 at Taylor Road and state Route 16. A felony warrant had been issued for her arrest out of the Licking County Sheriff's Office, the reporting officer said.
A probable-cause search of the vehicle turned up two prescription bottles containing two different types of pills.
"While powering the cellphone off, a text message was displayed in plain view that was indicative to the sale of narcotics," the officer wrote in the report.
* At 1:44 a.m. June 7, police responded to a burglary alarm at a business in the 2000 block of state Route 256.
The reporting officer said he found the front door of the business broken out.
When other police units arrived, the building was cleared and it was determined no one was inside. The officer said nothing inside the business appeared to have been disturbed, other than the front door.
* A manager reported a customer was yelling and screaming in an aisle of a store in the 6900 block of East Main Street about 6:27 p.m. June 7.
Officers found a woman sitting in the aisle, yelling that "she hated (the business) and her caretaking staff," the reporting officer wrote.
She eventually purchased the items in her cart, but refused a ride back home with her caretakers, he wrote. The woman did accept a ride back to her house in a police cruiser, the officer said.
* Charges for drug possession are pending against a man stopped for speeding at 7:13 p.m. June 5 at the corner of Brice Road and East Livingston Avenue.
The reporting officer said a "strong odor of marijuana" came from the vehicle and when questioned, the man "stuttered over his words and mumbled."
The officer found 10 pills in a pill bottle, which were sent to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation for testing.