A 29-year-old Wooster woman was charged with obstructing official business after allegedly interfering with a field sobriety test in Worthington.

According to reports, the woman was a passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over at High and North streets about 2 a.m. Oct. 18.

The officer on the scene was administering a field sobriety test to the driver when the passenger allegedly began recording the test on her phone, exiting the vehicle to interfere with the test and refusing to comply with the officer's instructions.

She was issued a court summons for an obstructing-official-business charge.

The officer finished issuing the field sobriety test to the "very compliant" driver, who passed the test and was released with only a warning for speeding, according to the report.

In other recent incident reports from the Worthington Division of Police:

* A 20-year-old Columbus man could face drug charges after Worthington police found suspected narcotics in his vehicle.

According to reports, the man was pulled over for a traffic infraction on state Route 315 near state Route 161 just after midnight Oct. 16.

The officer on the scene reportedly smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle and searched the man's belongings.

He reportedly found a "white, clear rock wrapped in foil," which police believed to be narcotics of some kind.

The rock was sent to processing, with charges pending.

* Worthington police received more reports of stolen or forged checks that were sent through the mail.

Throughout 2017, several residents and others from surrounding communities have reported payroll checks stolen and forged.

The thefts are being investigated by the local office of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.