A woman called police while she was parked in a church parking lot on Rodebaugh Road at 7:41 a.m. March 10 and asked them to "take possession of her husband's weed."

The woman told officers she smelled marijuana while she was in the car, so she stopped to search for it and found a bag of it in the vehicle.

She told officers she wanted charges filed against her husband for drug possession.

In other Reynoldsburg police reports:

* A woman reported the window of her truck was shot out at 10:07 a.m. March 13 after an incident of "road rage" in the 1600 block of Brice Road. The woman told police the car driven by the person who fired the shot was dark blue or black with blacked out windows and a "baby on board" sticker. Detectives said it looked like a pellet gun had been fired at the truck window.

* A resident of River Rock Way reported her car was stolen sometime around midnight March 11 from where it was parked at her residence. She said the car keys that were on her kitchen counter also are missing.

The vehicle is a tan/gold 2010 Audi. She told police she had just bought the car five days before, according to the police report.

* Officers investigated a report that a black man wearing a mask and carrying a gun was walking down the road at 4:41 p.m. March 12 at Brice Road and Livingston Avenue. The caller said the man and two other black men came through her apartment complex parking lot on Pine Tree Lane. Officers were unable to locate the men.

* Two callers notified police at 1:20 p.m. and 1:26 p.m. March 15 to report a man was walking along Rosehill Road and Bartlett Road carrying a case shaped like a shotgun, according to the police report. Officers caught up with the man and determined that a shotgun was in the case, but was not loaded, and no ammunition was with the gun.

The man told them he was walking to a pawn shop at Brice and Livingston Avenue to sell the gun. The officers gave the man a courtesy ride to the shop.

* A caller told police at 12:16 a.m. March 16 that someone knocked on the door of her residence on Birchview Drive North, then wiggled the door handle. She called police again five minutes later when the person came back and wiggled the door handle again.

Officers arrived and checked out the house and the back yard and made sure the door was secure. They were unable to locate a suspect.