The Worthington Division of Police is planning to arrest a woman accused of breaking into a business and assaulting her ex-boyfriend.

The man and the 31-year-old Columbus woman had recently broken up, police said, and the man was sleeping at his place of employment on Huntley Road.

The woman used a key to enter the building at 11:30 p.m. April 30 and assaulted the man, taking his cellphone and other items, according to reports.

Sgt. Jim Moran said because the building was occupied, charges likely will become a burglary rather than breaking and entering, and because the woman went to the building with intent to harm the man, she likely will be charged with aggravated burglary.

Moran said May 7 police were preparing a warrant for the woman's arrest.

In other recent Worthington police incident reports:

* A 32-year-old Granville man was charged with multiple crimes after allegedly fleeing the scene of a crash while intoxicated.

The man reportedly hit a parked trailer at 4 a.m. April 29 at Indianola Avenue and Park Overlook Drive and fled.

Officers found the man nearby while he slept in the vehicle that had been reported as being involved in the crash.

He refused a blood-alcohol test and was charged with OVI, refusing a blood-alcohol test and hit-skip.

* A resident on the 100 block of East Dublin-Granville Road reported someone stole a bike from the house's garage and a medical kit from a car in the garage sometime April 26.

* A resident on the 5800 block of North High Street reported that patio furniture was stolen from his backyard between April 24 and 25.