Westerville police said a bus driver reported a man urinated and spit inside a public bus in Westerville.
According to reports, the bus was traveling through Westerville after midnight Dec. 17 when a male passenger became "loud" and began "asking personal questions" of the driver.
The man reportedly pressed the button for the bus to stop but became angry when the driver stopped near Cleveland Avenue and Cooper Road.
As the driver called for a supervisor, the man allegedly urinated on the floor of the bus and the driver's seat while spitting toward the driver, according to reports.
The driver said the man then exited the bus and walked down Cleveland Avenue.
By the time police arrived, the man was gone. Officers on the scene reported the "floor was wet, and the window appeared to have spit on it," reports said.
The bus driver told police the man had a vague alcoholic-beverage odor but said he was not acting as if he were impaired.
Police have no suspects in the case.
In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:
* Two 32-year-old Westerville men were arrested after reportedly running from police.
According to reports, police were called to the corner of Potomac Avenue and Belle Haven Parkway about 3 a.m. Dec. 20 for a report of two "suspicious" men in hooded sweatshirts.
Officers noted in the report that area residents recently had reported car break-ins, likely leading to the call.
When an officer arrived, he saw the men walking.
They reportedly saw him and began to run, and did not stop when he announced himself. They escaped the officer, who called for K-9 units and backup, according to reports.
Police could not find the men, and decided to wait at a vehicle they suspected belonged to one of the suspects.
The pair returned to the vehicle about 6 a.m. and were arrested and charged with obstructing official business, reports said.
In the vehicle, police found a variety of items that were set to be checked in the state's crime database, according to reports.
* Residents reported someone stole baby Jesus figurines from multiple nativity scenes outside residences in a Westerville neighborhood.
According to reports, a resident in the 200 block of Leighway Drive reported a figurine missing on the morning of Dec. 20.
Two other residents in the same neighborhood reported Jesus figurines missing from their nativity scenes, according to reports.