Gahanna police said they received a report that the occupants of a vehicle parked by a business on Officenter Place were harassing arriving and departing customers, according to a complaint received at 4:59 p.m. March 10.

Police spoke to the vehicle's owner, who said they were there for a family gathering but arrived too late, according to reports.

They had a verbal disagreement with a patron, and were advised to leave the establishment's grounds, reports said.

In other Gahanna police incident reports:

* Police assisted a woman who alleged a business on Imperial Drive was withholding her W-2 tax form, according to a complaint received at 12:19 p.m. March 9. She wanted an officer to go with her to get the form. The owner wasn't at the business, but the woman was informed her W-2 was mailed to her old address. She said she hasn't moved, reports said. She was advised to contact the Internal Revenue Service, reports said.

* Tools allegedly were stolen from a contractor working on a Juniper Lane residence, according to a report received at 5:15 p.m. March 14.

* Two or three trailers were broken into overnight at an Agler Road business, according to a report received at 8:52 a.m. March 13. Windows were broken out, reports stated.

* Police told some Tamara Drive South neighbors to ignore one another after a dispute about cable boxes, according to a report received at 10:56 a.m. March 11. Police assisted in a property exchange, reports said.

* Firearms were reported stolen from an Ainsworth Avenue residence, according to a report received at 10:55 a.m. March 11.

* A Cross Pointe Road resident said she smelled marijuana through her apartment vents, and thought it was coming from the unit above hers, according to a report received at 9:38 a.m. March 11. Officers couldn't detect an odor of marijuana and attempted to contact someone at the suspected apartment, reports stated. Police gave the resident a card with the incident number on it and referred her to the rental office for guidance and a better solution, according to reports.

* Two mailboxes were vandalized on Thorburn Place, according to a report received at 11:30 a.m. March 10.

* A Baroness Way resident advised police an aggressive pit bull and a brown boxer jumped a fence into her backyard and that of her neighbor, according to a complaint received at 2:15 p.m. March 9. The Franklin County Humane Society was asked to respond because of the aggressive nature of one of the dogs.

* A vehicle in the area of the Hunters Ridge tennis courts in the 300 block of Morrison Road was considered suspicious, according to a report received at 2:24 p.m. March 9. A man with a "scraggly" beard allegedly was watching high school students in the area, according to reports.