Worthington Division of Police officers are investigating a breaking-and-entering case at Worthington Christian High School, 6670 Worthington Galena Road, that ended with a combination of vandalism and grand theft of a vehicle.
According to reports, officers believe a group of people broke into the school building at 1:30 a.m. April 8.
The individuals entered the building by removing screens from unlocked windows. Once inside, they caused a variety of damage and vandalized multiple areas of the school building.
They also stole a truck that belonged to the school and drove it onto the baseball and grass fields behind the building. They left the truck on the field after 3 a.m.
According to Sgt. James Moran, detectives on the case have four "local" people of interest, but are not ready to release any official suspects or reveal their identities.
In other recent incident reports from Worthington police:
* Police responded to the same 25-year-old Worthington woman overdosing on heroin twice in two weeks.
Police first revived the woman when she was found "unresponsive" and "turning blue" April 3 at her residence on Pittsfield Road.
Medics on the scene were reportedly able to revive her with naloxone.
The same woman survived another overdose April 14 and was revived again by medics at the scene.
According to Moran, police are working with the Heroin Overdose Prevention and Education Task Force to investigate where the woman purchased the heroin.
* A 46-year-old Columbus man had suspected crack cocaine in his vehicle during a routine traffic stop.
An officer stopped the man for speeding on the 700 block of Evening Street at 8 a.m. April 4.
The man refused to roll down his window for the officer and began to drive away. Ultimately, the officer convinced the man to roll down his window.
When police searched his vehicle, the man had suspected marijuana and crack cocaine, which was sent for testing.
The man was charged with speeding, obstructing official business and felony drug possession.
* A resident on the 6800 block of Hayhurst Street reported that a laptop had been stolen from an unlocked vehicle while it was parked garage April 3.