Two Westerville juveniles were arrested after allegedly breaking into a condominium, according to Westerville police reports.
A resident called police to report seeing two boys climb into a window of a condo in the 1300 block of Hideaway Woods Drive around 6:30 a.m. June 15, reports stated.
When police arrived, they found multiple people in the residence sleeping. They reportedly asked those inside if they had seen anyone enter the house that morning, and they all said no. They spoke to a teenage girl who was asleep in the room with the window the boys allegedly entered, and she said she had not seen anyone come in, according to reports.
One of the officers reported opening a closet door in the room to find the boys standing in the closet. They were immediately handcuffed and neither resisted, according to reports.
Eventually, it was determined that some occupants of the house had been texting the suspects, who were "walking the streets ... hunting for a place to sleep."
The condo owner declined to press charges, reports stated.
In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:
* On the morning of June 13, city employees discovered that someone had ripped urinal dividers off the wall of a shelter house and damaged a stop sign on McCorkle Boulevard.
* A Westerville resident reported that someone broke a window of his vehicle while it sat on the 300 block of Barrington Drive on the night of June 10. Nothing was stolen from the vehicle.