A 19-year-old Worthington woman was indicted on multiple felony counts Sept. 7 by a grand jury after allegedly stealing a coworker's credit card.

The woman was working at a business on the first block of Caren Avenue the afternoon of Aug. 15, according to the Worthington Division of Police.

The next day, her coworker realized the card was missing and contacted police.

By the time the woman reported the card missing, someone reportedly had spent more than $1,800 on the card at a variety of locations.

The card owner told police the only person working with her Aug. 15 was the 19-year-old woman.

Sgt. Jim Moran said the division had "a prior history" with the woman, though no charges had been filed in the past.

When officers confronted her, she reportedly confessed.

She was indicted on two counts of theft and two counts of receiving stolen property, all fifth-degree felonies.

In other recent Worthington police incident reports:

* A 31-year-old Columbus man was arrested for disorderly conduct in a parking lot on the 900 block of High Street the afternoon of Aug. 18.

Officers responded to reports that the man was "screaming racial slurs and obscenities."

When they arrived, they asked if they could call someone to take him home. He responded by screaming more obscenities.

Officers attempted to take the man into custody but he resisted and would not let them put him in the police vehicle.

He was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest and taken to the Franklin County jail.

* A 34-year-old Columbus man was arrested after allegedly trapping his manager in her office after being fired.

The man was fired from his job at a restaurant on the 7100 block of North High Street the evening of Aug. 18.

The man responded by becoming "belligerent" and refusing to allow the manager to leave the office.

By the time officers arrived, the man was cursing in front of patrons and refusing to leave.

He was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing and unlawful restraint.

* A 27-year-old Columbus woman reported having her vehicle stolen while it was parked outside a restaurant on the 5500 block of North High Street.

Columbus Division of Police officers found the vehicle in Columbus. Worthington police are investigating.