Marysville police

April 19
•Two boys, ages 16 and 17, were charged with a curfew violation after officers were called to the area of Sassafras Drive and Poppy Lane on a report that juveniles appeared to be setting fire to things, Marysville police reported.
•A 34-year-old Marysville man was arrested for assault and criminal damaging after he allegedly grabbed a friend's arm, causing a bruise, and punching her car stereo, which broke off the frame.

April 20
•A 20-year-old Woodstock man was charged with theft after reportedly shoplifting $407 worth of merchandise from a business on Coleman's Crossing Boulevard.
•A 23-year-old Marysville man was arrested on U.S. Route 33 on an outstanding warrant through Marysville Municipal Court.
•A 20-year-old Plain City man was arrested on Meadows Drive on an outstanding warrant through Ross County.

April 21
•A 26-year-old Bellefontaine man was charged with OVI during a traffic stop on North Main Street.
•A resident of Allenby Drive reported a front window screen had been removed and her bedroom window broken.
•The glass on a fire extinguisher box in an apartment building on Greenwood Boulevard was reported broken.
•An employee at a business on Emmaus Road reported money was stolen from her unlocked vehicle.

April 22
•The owner of a business on West Fifth Street reported that a former employee followed, cornered, and called his wife names at a business on Coleman's Crossing Boulevard.
•A 27-year-old Marysville man was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly slapped his 11-year-old stepson in the face, threw him to the ground and kicked him in the ribs.
•A former employee at a business on Coleman's Crossing Boulevard reported that when she went to the business to get items out of her locker, she found the lock gone and her medication and other items missing.

April 23
•A resident of East Fourth Street reported her iPod that contained her husband's credit card information was stolen and the information was used to purchase more than $100 in iTunes.
•A resident of East Fourth Street reported that his son's iPod containing his debit/check information was stolen. His account was used and charged for the purchase of iTunes.
•A 31-year-old Springfield man was arrested during a traffic stop at West Fifth Street and Emmaus Road on an outstanding warrant through Logan County Municipal Court.

April 24
•A 25-year-old woman and a 20-year-old woman, both of West Mansfield, were charged with illegal possession of drug paraphernalia after a canine indicated the presence of drugs in a vehicle they had parked at a business lot on Delaware Avenue.

Union County Sheriff

April 19
•A resident of May Street in Magnetic Springs reported items were stolen from his home, Union County Sheriff's Department reports said.. An estimated amount of loss has not been determined.
•A man reported that while he was trying to turn at the intersection of U.S. Route 33 and state route 42, he was cut off by a blue Chrysler Pacifica. Two men stopped and got out of their vehicle and broke the victim's windshield, he told deputies. One man also punched the victim in the face several times. He was treated at the scene by medics from the Jerome Township Fire Department. The men fled south on Route 42.
Officers from the Plain City Police Department located the vehicle, but when they approached, the driver fled on foot. After a brief pursuit, he was arrested and later identified as a 31-year-old Woodstock man. He was transported to the Tri County Jail on an outstanding warrant and was also charged with assault. Additional charges are pending with the Plain City Police Department. A 34-year-old Marysville man was identified as the passenger; he was charged with criminal damaging.

April 20
•Employees at a business in the 9000 block of Heritage Drive reported a company vehicle may have been stolen by an ex-employee.
•A resident in the 14000 block of Hillview Road reported a purse was stolen from a vehicle. Along with the purse, other items stolen included a silver and black iPod Touch, a driver's license, a $25 iTunes gift card, a $75 pair of sunglasses, $6 in cash and at least two debit cards.
•A vacant home in the 34000 block of West Mansfield Mt. Victory Road was reported broken into. Items taken include light and plumbing fixtures, a furnace, an external air conditioning unit, cabinets and a water heater.
•A combine hit a power line in the 30000 block of Woods Road.
•A 23-year-old Raymond man was arrested for assault and disrupting public services after deputies responded to a report of a fight at a home on North Mill Street in Milford center. He was taken to the Tri County Jail.

April 21
•A tire on a 2008 Honda Accord was flattened after the vehicle struck a piece of loose concrete in the roadway in the 20000 block of state Route 4.
•A man reported his vehicle was hit or damaged by something that was thrown at it during a road rage incident on U.S. Route 33 near Scottslawn Road on April 19. The incident remains under investigation

April 22
•A 33-year-old Columbus woman and a 28-year-old Columbus man were charged with theft and criminal trespassing after their truck was stopped for a traffic violation near Business Way and Corporate Boulevard. A deputy noticed several pieces of scrap metal in the back of the truck. The metal had been taken without permission from a business in the 8200 block of Estates Parkway.

April 23
•A deputy responded to the North Lewisburg Multi Use Trail on Inskeep Cratty Road to investigate someone cutting down small trees along the trail.

April 24
•A resident of the 25000 block of Lunda Road reported being threatened with bodily harm.
•A property owner in the 14000 block of Maple Ridge Road reported finding a spool of copper wire.

April 25
•Items were reported stolen from a barn in the 20000 block of state Route 245. The list included rifles, bridles, saddles and a welder.