A 64-year-old Worthington woman threatened to sue a pet store after its employees returned a cat to its owner, according to Worthington Division of Police reports.
Employees at the store on High Street recognized the cat when the woman brought it into the store on the afternoon of Dec. 11.
They returned the cat to its Clintonville home, but the Worthington woman called the police and allegedly created a disturbance in the store.
"She thought it was her cat, even though it wasn't her cat," Chief Jerry Strait said.
Officers did not file charges and told the woman she would need to contact a county prosecutor or civil attorney to file charges.
In other recent Worthington police incident reports:
* A 24-year-old Columbus man was arrested after police discovered a white powder in his possession during a traffic stop.
the man was stopped for driving outside marked lines at 1:30 a.m. Dec. 11 on West Wilson Bridge Road near state Route 315.
Officers reported the man seemed impaired and found a white substance, which was believed to be drugs. The powder was sent for tests and the man was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, driving under suspension, driving without a license and two moving violations.
* Employees at a vehicle service center on High Street reported that someone cut a lock and chain on a tire rack and stole several tires Dec. 11.
* Residents reported vehicle break-ins on East Stafford Avenue, Worthington-Galena Road and White Oak Place between Dec. 8 and 11.