Westerville police reported four men were charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly fighting as a result of road rage.

According to reports, the drivers of a pair of vehicles began fighting on the afternoon of March 19 after one driver felt the other had cut him off.

The drivers reportedly threw items at each other's vehicles while they drove before confronting each other in a grocery store parking lot on the first block of West Schrock Road.

Four men, all between the ages of 18 and 21, were involved in an altercation that was broken up by an onlooker.

Police reportedly reviewed available video footage and charged each with one count of disorderly conduct.

One man, a 21-year-old from Westerville, also was charged with criminal damaging because security footage showed him throwing one of the men's cellphones onto the ground, shattering it, reports stated.

In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:

* A boy was charged with vandalism through the Franklin County Juvenile Court for allegedly hitting a Westerville statue with a baseball bat.

According to reports, security footage shows the boy hitting a baseball statue in the 600 block of County Line Road with a baseball bat on the afternoon of March 17, breaking the bat in the process.

The Westerville Youth Baseball and Softball League had donated the statue, valued at $3,000, to the city in 2011, reports stated.

* A business owner reported someone spray-painted graffiti on her business in the first block of Collegeview Road.

She said she noticed the graffiti around 6 p.m. March 16.

Reports state "words or symbols" were painted on the wall.

* Two students were charged with disorderly conduct through the Franklin County Juvenile Court after fighting at Westerville North High School, 950 County Line Road.

According to reports, the boys, ages 16 and 17, got into an altercation after one boy made a comment about the other boy's girlfriend.

The boys had to be forcibly separated by a school administrator, according to reports.

* A 26-year-old Westerville man was charged for drug possession after a search warrant was executed at his residence in the 1200 block of Colston Drive around 6 a.m. March 16.

Franklin County Municipal Court documents show officers allegedly found digital scales, marijuana, "numerous jars" and other objects that suggest drug dealing activity.

According to the documents, the man "wouldn't provide the passcode" to his cellphone, so police have not been able to charge him with trafficking drugs.

Westerville documents show the man reportedly was in possession of less than 100 grams of suspected marijuana, and was charged with a fourth-degree misdemeanor charge of drug possession.

The investigation is ongoing.

* A patient at Mount Carmel St. Ann's, 500 S. Cleveland Ave., reportedly brought suspected drugs into the hospital around 5 a.m. March 12.

When employees checked in on the patient, they found the patient slumped over and unconscious in the bathroom of the room, reports stated.

Eventually, they found multiple packets of paper containing a white residue and other suspected drugs, according to reports.

* Someone broke into and damaged vehicles and vandalized property at a business in the 100 block of Heatherdown Drive.

According to reports, when employees went to work on the morning of March 12, they discovered multiple company vehicles had been damaged and broken into.

They also found phone lines pulled out of a wall and power boxes switched off, reports stated.

The damage was reportedly estimated at $1,000.