A resident of the 1500 block of Wyandotte Road reported Aug. 24 she received a call from someone who identified himself as a lieutenant from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. He told her she needed to drop off $1,500 at a Franklin County office because she failed to show up for jury duty, adding she could have the money returned to her the next day, minus taxes.

A resident of the 1500 block of Wyandotte Road reported Aug. 24 she received a call from someone who identified himself as a lieutenant from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. He told her she needed to drop off $1,500 at a Franklin County office because she failed to show up for jury duty, adding she could have the money returned to her the next day, minus taxes.

The resident reported the scam to Grandview Heights police.

In other recent Grandview police reports:

* A routine traffic stop Aug. 24 resulted in an arrest on a felony drug charge.

An officer stopped a car at 1:38 a.m. driven by Dillon D. Rauch, 20, on Grandview Avenue at Goodale Boulevard after he failed to use his turn signal. Rauch, who is listed as homeless, did not have a driver's license. He was arrested and police found a small amount of cocaine in his front pocket, according to reports.

Rauch was charged with felony drug possession as well as failing to signal and no operator's license. He was taken to the Franklin County jail.

* A resident of the 1400 block of West First Avenue reported Aug. 23 a check was stolen from his mailbox Aug. 4. The stolen check was cashed the next day for $450 after being altered, reports said.

* A resident of the 1400 block of Roxbury Road told police Aug. 23 that someone opened an online account with a bank using her identifying information. The person withdrew funds from her existing account with the same bank and put them into the new account opened in her name, according to reports.

* A resident of the 800 block of Oxley Road reported Aug. 23 a package was stolen shortly after it was delivered to her home June 30. She said she decided to file the theft report because the package contained personal identifying information. As of Aug. 23, no unusual activity had been spotted on her credit report.

* A resident of the 1300 block of Bluff Avenue told police Aug. 22 someone opened a store credit card in his name. The credit card was used at a store in Clarksville, Indiana, and the man received a bill in the mail for $940. The card has since been canceled.

* A resident of the 1300 block of Wyandotte Road reported Aug. 22 her credit card was used fraudulently in various locations across the United States and China. She said the credit card always was in her possession but added she does use it to make online purchases. Total loss was about $600, reports said.

* Officers were dispatched about 4:40 p.m. Aug. 26 to a home in the 1400 block of Inglis Avenue on a report of a burglary. Officers checked and found no one in the house. The homeowner was asked to make a list of any missing items.

* A resident of the 1800 block of Roxbury Road reported Aug. 21 a snare drum and bicycle were stolen from a storage unit in the basement of his apartment complex.

* A man reported the passenger-side door of his car was damaged Aug. 17 while the vehicle was parked in the 1600 block of Dublin Road.

* A resident of the 1000 block of Urlin Avenue reported Aug. 17 a set of speakers were stolen between 8 a.m. May 3 and 10 p.m. May 4. He said he believes the theft occurred while two plumbers were working in his home.

* A resident of the 1400 block of Mulford Road told police Aug. 17 a generator located outside her home was damaged.

* The manager of a store in the 1200 block of Goodale Boulevard reported Aug. 17 a man had attempted to steal power tools from the business, but returned them after being confronted by an employee. The suspect had left the store before officers arrived.