Worthington Division of Police officers charged a 35-year-old Columbus man after discovering that he was selling ice cream out of an unlicensed vehicle while in possession of marijuana.

An officer noticed the man selling ice cream in the parking lot of a business on the 900 block of High Street on the afternoon of July 3, according to reports, and found a "discrepancy" in the registration information of the vehicle.

When officers approached the vehicle, they reported smelling marijuana and discovered the man did not have a vendor's permit to sell ice cream. Eventually, police searched the vehicle and found a marijuana cigarette and a baggie containing 11 grams of suspected marijuana.

The man was charged with possession of marijuana and released.

In other recent Worthington police incident reports:

* Someone stole a van from a Worthington business.

Employees arrived June 2 at the business on the 7000 block of Huntley Road to find the company van was missing, along with a variety of supplies left inside.

Columbus Division of Police officers eventually recovered the vehicle in west Columbus. The van showed signs of forced entry and a forced start, and all the supplies inside were missing. The investigation is ongoing.

* A 16-year-old Worthington boy reported that someone stole money from him during an attempt to buy a cellphone.

The boy had used an app to try to buy a smartphone and was meeting a man in a parking lot on the 7000 block of North High Street the evening of June 30.

The boy exchanged $160 for the phone but handed the phone back because it was locked.

The other party took the money and ran, leaving the boy with neither the money nor the phone.