An 18-year-old woman told Columbus police she was assaulted by a drunken man in the 2700 block of Martin Road at 8 a.m. Jan. 26.

In a report filed almost 24 hours later, the victim said she was at the location with her son the previous morning when the "suspect showed up intoxicated."

He proceeded to grab her by the throat and push her down, the woman said. The suspect had departed before officers arrived.

"Victim wanted to make sure the incident was documented," the responding officer noted in the report.

In other recent Columbus Division of Police incident reports from northwest Columbus:

* Two cellphones, one worth $999 and the other $1,249, reportedly were stolen at 9:40 p.m. Jan. 31 from a store in the 5800 block of Britton Parkway. According to the store representative, the suspect concealed the devices in her black hooded sweatshirt and walked out without paying for them. The thief got into a 2017 silver Toyota sedan that drove off southbound on Britton Parkway.

An employee was able to provide a license number for the vehicle.

* An official with a store in the Mall at Tuttle Crossing filed an embezzlement complaint against an employee at 1:15 p.m. Jan. 31. According to the report, the suspect took possession of $1,430.28 in store deposits at 9 p.m. Jan. 6.

* Damage was estimated at $300 after a 41-year-old woman said her son kicked a hole in the front door of her apartment in the 7200 block of Skyline Drive.

The victim said the incident took place at 4 p.m. Jan. 30, after she advised her son to leave. The woman said the son does not live at the address, but her daughters had allowed him into the apartment when she was not home.

* A 64-year-old woman told police at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 28 someone managed to break into her home five days earlier and made off with an AARP magazine along with $8 worth of batteries. The woman said the burglary took place at noon Jan. 23 while she was taking a shower.

"Reporting person stated she locked the deadbolt lock prior to entering the shower and when she was done she noticed that the listed items were missing and the deadbolt was unlocked," the responding officer wrote.

"Reporting person stated that this has happened before so she purchased and installed a video camera but she does not activate it while she is at home."