Police rescued a man wearing a Batman suit April 1 after he called for help inside a grocery store.

And no, it wasn't an April Fool's Day joke.

Officers arrived at a business in the 6900 block of East Main Street at 7:27 a.m. April 1 after a man called about a possible drug overdose. He told officers he had snorted either "ecstasy or meth" and might be having a bad reaction to the drugs.

The reporting officer said the man was wearing a Batman suit but was cooperative and was able to answer questions.

West Licking Fire Department medics transported the man to Mount Carmel East Hospital.

In other Reynoldsburg police reports:

* Officers detained two juvenile boys who had a gun at 9:58 p.m. April 1 after a caller said they looked suspicious and might be smoking drugs inside a green SUV on Creekview Court. The officers said an unloaded gun was found inside the car.

They transported the boys home to their parents, but the boys would not tell them who gave them the gun.

* Police are investigating a shoplifting report made at 3:26 p.m. March 31 at a business in the 2900 block of Taylor Road Extension. A store manager told police a white man wearing a red hoodie and a white woman with curly blond hair took eight boxes of Nike athletic shoes from the shelves, then ran out the door. The two left in a 2002 White GMC Envoy, the manager said.

* Police were called about a disturbance at 2:12 a.m. April 1 in the 2700 block of Taylor Road Extension. The manager of a business told officers that four or five young black people, ages 17-21, "were using vulgar language and riding bikes in the store."

The manager said he kicked them out, but they kept coming back.

Three boys were issued no-trespass warnings and officers arrested a young woman because of an active warrant for theft had been issued for her.

* A woman getting gas at 2:07 p.m. April 5 at a business in the 2200 block of Baltimore-Reynoldsburg Road called police because she said she saw a man selling home entertainment centers for $200 from his white Yukon SUV with Pennsylvania tags. She told police she thinks they are stolen, because home entertainment centers of that type normally sell for $5,000. Police were unable to locate the man.