Gahanna police responded to a report of a suspicious person at a business on Cherry Bottom Road, according to a report received at 1:09 p.m. March 29.
A woman was "stalking" customers and stopping vehicles in the lot to solicit money, reports said. She was estimated to be in her 60s, and wore a black jacket, reports said.
In other Gahanna police incident reports:
* A woman visited police headquarters, 460 Rocky Fork Blvd., alleging someone was harassing her and threatening her on the phone, according to a report received at 5:34 p.m. April 4.
* A student at Gahanna Middle School South, 349 Shady Spring Drive, was found to have a bag of marijuana, about one to two grams, in her possession after a staff member smelled its odor, according to a report received at 1:45 p.m. April 2. The student was released to a parent and will receive a school suspension of 10 days for a first warning on possession of marijuana, reports stated.
* Two males ran from the scene after looking into cars on Rocky Fork Boulevard, according to a report received at 3:55 a.m. March 31. The reporting party was a repossession driver, reports said. One of the suspects was detained and later released to his mother, reports said.
* A transformer blew and and caused flames at New Life Community Baptist Church, 3690 N. Stygler Road, according to a report received at 1:31 a.m. March 30. A pole broke and Mifflin Township Division of Fire personnel were en route, reports said. AEP stabilized the scene and restored all power except to the church. A crew was to be dispatched the next day to complete repairs, reports said.
* Police responded to a call from security at a Morrison Road business to make contact with a truck driver at a receiving area on the west side of a lot, to tell him he couldn't yet drop the trailer, according to a complaint received at 1:10 a.m. April 5.
Because of "prior incidents," the caller wasn't allowed to leave the building to advise the driver himself, reports said. The security guard was told to tell his boss that police don't enforce a private company's parking policy, and to call only about suspicious people and vehicles, reports said.