Westerville police said multiple residents reported tires on their vehicles were slashed between the night of Oct. 8 and morning of Oct. 9.
According to police reports, residents in the 100 and 200 blocks of Spring Hollow Lane, the 1200 block of Belle Meade Place and the 1100 block of Kitty Drive all reported punctures on their vehicles' tires on the morning of Oct. 9.
Police are investigating, but have no suspects.
In other recent Westerville police incident reports:
* A 57-year-old Westerville man was arrested and charged with multiple weapons crimes after allegedly waving a gun at another driver in a road-rage incident. According to reports, another man called police on the afternoon of Oct. 10 to report a man had waved a gun at him during an incident on the ramp from Interstate 270 to State Street.
Police eventually found the suspect in his vehicle and took him into custody at gunpoint. In the vehicle, police found a handgun that was not licensed and had a bullet loaded into the chamber.
The man reportedly told police he had forgotten the gun was in the vehicle and denied waving it at another motorist, according to reports.
He was arrested and charged with aggravated menacing, improper handling of a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon, reports stated.
* A Westerville resident reported someone broke his vehicle's windshield by throwing a pumpkin onto it.
According to reports, the man went outside around 7 a.m. Oct. 7 to find a pumpkin had been smashed on the vehicle while it sat on the first block of Whitehead Street.
He said pieces of the pumpkin were lying all around the vehicle and the impact had cracked the windshield.