Gahanna police recently responded to a report of a student breaking into Middle School East, 730 Clotts Road, overnight, according to a report received at 8:35 a.m. May 1.

The school has the incident on video, showing the student entering the east side door to the gym area, according to reports. The student never left the area of the doors and nothing was stolen. School personnel advised they weren't pursuing charges but school discipline, according to reports.

In other Gahanna police incident reports:

* Someone cut fences overnight May 3 in the 1000 block of Research Road, according to a report received at 6:52 a.m. May 3.

* Two people were on Big Walnut Creek in rafts with flashlights, and an Olde Ridenour Road resident was concerned they were "up to something," according to a complaint received at 10:39 p.m. April 30. Big Walnut Creek is a public waterway and people are allowed to canoe and raft, reports said. Police talked to the two parties, who had been on kayaks, reports said.

* A loud saw was being operated in the garage of a Carpenter Road residence, according to a complaint received at 12:01 a.m. April 30. The resident said he would stop sawing for the evening, reports said.

* A leaf blower was reported stolen from a Coldwell Court residence, according to a report received at 3:12 p.m. April 28.

* Two women walking dogs allegedly used a taser on a dog that was inside the boundary of an electric fence on Riker Drive, according to a complaint received at 7:41 p.m. April 27. Fearing that the fenced dog was going to harm them, a hand-held Taser was activated to scare the dog away, according to reports. Both females said they didn't step off the sidewalk, and they were three feet away from the dog when activating the taser. The resident approached them and told them to walk on the other side of the sidewalk, reports said.

* A golf ball went through the siding of a Gothic Court residence, according to a complaint received at 4:53 p.m. April 27. The resident wanted it logged so he would have a record of it, reports said.

* A car alarm was going off at a Gayle Drive residence, according to a report received at 4:47 p.m. April 27. The calling party said the car alarm goes off randomly, and he believes the residents are out of town. The engine compartment couldn't be accessed to disable the car horn, so the alarm would go off until the battery goes dead, reports said.

* An Underwood Farms Boulevard resident reported a man was peeping into a window two houses down from hers, according to a report received at 12:05 a.m. April 27.