A Westerville South High School student was charged with telecommunications harassment after allegedly sending a threatening message to a teacher.
According to reports, the boy sent a message that contained profanity and a threat to a teacher about 5 a.m. Feb. 5.
The boy denied sending the message but, according to reports, the school's information technology director was later able to prove that the message had been sent from the boy's account while he was logged in to a computer at his residence.
The boy was later charged through the Franklin County Juvenile Court.
In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:
* A residence in the 1200 block of Denmark Place was burglarized between Feb. 2 and 5.
According to reports, someone broke out a basement window of the house and stole a kitchen stove and dishwasher.
New owners had not yet moved into the house, and the burglary was discovered by an employee of the builder on the morning of Feb. 5, according to reports.
* Someone stole electronics from unlocked vehicles while they were parked in a garage in the 100 block of Crowles Avenue.
According to reports, a couple left electronics and a small amount of cash in the vehicles and did not lock the garage door over the night of Feb. 4.
When they woke up the next day, the items were missing.