A 38-year-old Columbus man was arrested after allegedly telling Worthington Division of Police officers he was in possession of crack cocaine.

An officer stopped the man for a traffic violation at 3:30 a.m. Feb. 21 on the 7000 block of Huntley Road. He had an active warrant for traffic violations from Columbus and he was arrested, according to reports.

When officers searched his vehicle, they reportedly found drug paraphernalia and suspected drugs, and the man admitted the drugs were crack cocaine.

The man was turned over to Columbus Division of Police custody. He was not charged in Worthington but could be charged with drug possession pending the result of testing the suspected drugs, reports said.

In other recent Worthington police incident reports:

* A 27-year-old Columbus man was charged after allegedly damaging soccer fields at a Worthington park.

The man was arrested after taking his vehicle "off-roading" after midnight on Feb. 18 at Huntley Bowl Park, 6225 Huntley Road, and damaging the fields.

He was charged with a misdemeanor count of criminal mischief and released.

* Police were called to a Worthington residence when a 24-year-old Lockbourne woman had to receive medical attention after reportedly taking psychedelic drugs.

Officers and medics responded to the 500 block of Park Overlook Drive the morning of Feb. 19 and transported the woman to a local hospital. She reportedly told them a friend had given her LSD and said she needed medical attention.

No one was charged with a crime, but Sgt. James Moran said charges could come as a result of testing the substance.

* A 64-year-old Columbus man was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after officers reportedly found him with a crack pipe in his vehicle.

The man was pulled over for speeding near the corner of state routes 161 and 315 at 2 a.m. Feb. 23.

He gave police permission to search his vehicle, in which officers found a pipe and a scouring pad, both associated with crack cocaine use, as well as an unidentified black pill.