A Grove City man told police the driver of another vehicle fired a gun at his car after cutting him off in traffic about 10:50 p.m. Jan. 26 on McDowell Road.

The victim said he was driving southbound in the left lane on McDowell Road near Farr Court when a blue car sped past him in the right-turn lane. The blue car then cut in front of the victim, prompting him to honk his horn at the other vehicle, according to the report.

The driver of the blue car came to a stop in the middle of McDowell Road for about 15 seconds before continuing to head south on McDowell and getting into the left-turn lane at White Road.

The victim said the driver of the other car pointed a gun at him as they waited at the traffic light, according to reports. When the light turned green, the victim said he heard a loud bang as he made a right turn. When he arrived at his destination, he checked his car and found a bullet hole in the rear quarter panel on the driver's side of his car, reports stated. He then called police.

No suspects have been identified.

In other recent Grove City police reports:

* An officer was dispatched Jan. 25 to a business in the 3900 block of Jackson Pike on a report of a vehicle theft that had occurred nearly two weeks earlier.

The security manager reported a pickup truck, valued at $30,000, was delivered at 6 p.m. Jan. 12. Surveillance video showed the truck was parked by the security gate after it was pulled off a car carrier. The truck was left running with its hazard lights on. A short time later, someone entered the pickup truck and drove it off the lot, reports stated.

* An officer recovered a stolen vehicle Jan. 25 that was parked at a business in the 1500 block of Stringtown Road.

The officer noticed the car had dust on its hood and appeared to have been parked at the store for some time. The car keys were in the center console and only the front license plate was attached, according to reports.

A check of the car revealed it had been reported stolen out of Columbus.

* A resident in the 4000 block of Franklin Street reported Jan. 29 that his vehicle was stolen overnight from the alley behind his house.

* Someone reportedly used two 20-ton jacks the lift the rear of a semi-truck and steal tires and rims off the vehicle.

The incident occurred between 6 p.m. Jan. 27 and 10:52 a.m. Jan. 28 while the truck was parked in the 3700 block of Brookham Drive, reports stated.

The reporting person said two large orange cones were positioned on the side and in front of the truck, indicating someone may have wanted it to appear they were making repairs on the vehicle when they stole the tires and rims. Total loss was $2,400, reports stated.

* A resident in the 2900 block of Orders Road told police a pistol, bullets for the gun, three rings and two watches were stolen from his house between 4 p.m. Jan. 27 and 10 p.m. Jan. 29.

The victim gave police the name of someone he suspected of stealing the items, but no charges have been filed.

* A resident in the 2700 block of Queensway Drive reported her neighbor hired a tree-service company to cut down her tree without her permission.

The company cut down the tree on Jan. 22 and left it in pieces on the woman's driveway, reports stated. She told police she contacted someone at the company, which admitted to cutting down the tree but refused to say who had hired them.

The woman told police she later learned her neighbor arranged for the tree to be removed because it hung over into his property and covered up his solar panels. She said he had not asked for her permission to have the tree cut down but had offered to plant another one in its place.

A police officer contacted the neighbor, who said he thought the tree was partially on his property. He told police he had asked the woman several times to remove the tree and she had agreed to do so two years earlier but had never followed through.

The woman said her attorney had advised her to file a police report so she could resolve the issue in civil court.