A student at Columbus North International High School, 100 E. Arcadia Ave., told Columbus police she was assaulted in the hallway of the building at 7 a.m. May 11 by another student whose father recorded the attack.

A student at Columbus North International High School, 100 E. Arcadia Ave., told Columbus police she was assaulted in the hallway of the building at 7 a.m. May 11 by another student whose father recorded the attack.

The victim said she was confronted in the hallway by the father and the other student, with whom she'd reportedly had an altercation at a party May 9. In a police report filed two hours after the incident, the girl "stated that during the assault, the suspect's father was recording the incident, and at times would pull the victim off of the suspect so the assault could continue." She added that the video already had been posted to social media, including Instagram.

"The victim had visible swelling and minor abrasions to her head and face, but medical attention was refused at the time of the report," an officer noted.

One witness "stated that he thought he had seen the suspect's father actually holding the victim as the suspect assaulted her."

In other recent Clintonville-area police reports:

* A woman reported to police at 9:03 a.m. May 11 that a man had exposed himself near the intersection of Indianola Avenue and Cliffside Drive. The victim said she was walking down the stairs into Glen Echo Park when she encountered the suspect. The woman said she might be able to identify the man. "Officers were unable to locate the suspect after an extensive search," reports said.

* A $2,000 laptop computer, $1,200 desktop computer and jewelry valued at $2,000 were reported stolen in a burglary on Overbrook Drive that took place between 8:30 a.m. and 5:40 p.m. May 12.

* An East North Broadway man said at 5:32 p.m. May 12 that someone earlier that day had removed three copper downspouts worth $2,000 from his house.

* Hardwood stairs worth $500 were among a host of items reported stolen in a burglary on Calumet Street that took place between 3:15 and 3:21 p.m. May 12. The victims said $1,000 in gold jewelry, two $2,000 laptop computers, a purse valued at $1,000 and a video-game console worth $300 also were taken during the break-in, which resulted in $700 in damage to a door and some drywall.