A man and woman, 51 and 46 respectively, who live in the 1800 block of Snouffer Road told Columbus police their next-door neighbor had someone trim trees on their property the previous day at 3:34 p.m. resulting in damage to a fence.

The woman told police her neighbors took down plastic snow fencing at 9 a.m. Oct. 8. "The suspects rolled the plastic fencing up, removed the poles and placed the property on the victim's property," according to the complaint. "The reporting officer was unable to tell if the fencing was damaged in any way.'

In his report the officer wrote, "The suspects and victim have an ongoing dispute over property lines."

In other Columbus Division of Police incident reports from northwest Columbus:

* A 33-year-old woman said her boyfriend of about a year "had a blank look on his face and appeared to be intoxicated" when he entered the bar where she was working in the 2900 block of Cherylane Boulevard at 2:20 a.m. Oct. 12.

She said he walked up to her, pushed her to the floor and struck her many times in the face with a closed fist until he was dragged away by a customer.

* Tools valued at $9,000 were reported stolen Oct. 12 at 3:55 p.m. from a truck that had been parked in the 5500 block of Coogan Place. The 41-year-old man said the theft took place after 9 the previous evening.

* A 43-year-old man said he was threatened by a customer at a store in the 7200 block of Sawmill Road at 7:15 p.m. Oct. 10.

"Victim stated that on the above listed date, the listed suspect was inside the above listed location and caused a disturbance over lottery tickets," according to the report.

"Victim stated that the suspect became verbally aggressive with him. Victim stated that at one point the suspect had started to go behind the counter where the victim was standing, but the suspect was stopped by a female that was with him.

"Victim stated that the suspect threw an unknown object at him." The suspect then made a "threatening statement."

* A Grove City man filed a report at 6:03 p.m. Oct. 10 saying he had purchased Blue Jackets tickets Sept. 27 from a man he only knew as "Josh" and when he tried to use the tickets to see a game, the tickets were confiscated at the gate. The man told police he met the seller "through a third-party marketplace application" and paid $1,000 for the tickets.

* A 26-year-old man told an officer at 4:31 p.m. Oct. 9 he did not want to file charges but did want it on record that another man threatened him the previous day at 12:10 p.m. in the 5800 block of Abby Church Road.

"The victim stated that the suspect became upset because the victim honked his horn at the suspect," the reporting officer noted.

"The victim stated the suspect told him several times that he was going to break the jaw of the victim. The victim stated the suspect told him that he knew where the victim lives."

* A 56-year-old woman said a man on a motorcycle pursued her Oct. 7 starting at 5:30 p.m. after he became angry at her when she passed him on Cranston Drive.

The victim said she was afraid to go home and drove around for 20 minutes, but then decided the pursuit had ended and arrived in the 6100 block of Rockland Drive at 5:56, only to have the motorcyclist walk up to her house.

He left after the victim's husband confronted him, according to the responding officer.