Two Grove City women were arrested Nov. 22 on felony charges of aggravated burglary after they forced their way into a residence in the 2300 block of Suffolk Lane.

Officers responded just after 2 a.m. on a report of an assault with a rifle, according to reports.

A woman told police the two suspects had knocked on her door. When her son answered, the suspects forced their way in and one of them struck him in the face with a rifle, reports stated. She said the force of the blow caused the rifle's magazine to fall out and land on the ground.

The two women then left. The female victim said the women returned and knocked calmly on the door in an attempt to retrieve the magazine, reports stated. She said she did not answer them but called police instead.

The son confirmed the details of his mother's initial report. He refused medical treatment, reports stated. Officers located the magazine on the floor.

The two suspects were located, placed into custody on charges of aggravated burglary and taken to the Franklin County jail.

In other recent Grove City police reports:

* A resident in the 500 block of Caffrey Court East told police she believes she was the victim of a scam.

The woman said she received a phone call at 3:23 p.m. Nov. 26 from a man claiming to be from the Social Security Administration. The man told her a detailed story about how her Social Security number had been compromised. She said the man knew her legal name, Social Security number, phone number and address.

He told the woman a federal warrant was out for her arrest because of fraudulent activity using her Social Security information.

He said he could resolve the issue but she would have to pay $2,000 via Google Play cards, reports stated. He advised the woman not to call anyone because it could lead to her arrest.

The woman told police she believed the man and went to her bank to withdraw money before going to a grocery store and purchasing four $500 Google Play cards.

She said she became suspicious when the man didn't tell her the warrant had been cleared after she gave him all four card numbers. Instead he said someone would call her in the morning and tell her where to meet a federal marshal to get her money back, reports stated.

* A man reported Nov. 24 that items were stolen from a room he rented for woman at a motel in the 4000 block of Jackpot Road.

The man said the woman is an acquaintance and he rented the room because she had become homeless and he wanted to give her a place to stay for the night.

He said the woman arrived about 6 p.m. Nov. 23 at the motel and came into the room. The man said he left for a couple of hours and returned later that night offering to take the woman out to dinner. When she said she did not want to go out, he said he left to go to work.

The man said he returned to the motel at 10 a.m. Nov. 24 after finishing work. He found the woman had left and a television, cable box, towels and washcloths and blankets were missing from the room, reports stated.

He said he contacted the desk clerk about the missing items and paid $1,000 to reimburse the motel for the missing items, according to reports. The clerk said the motel would press charges.

No charges have been filed in the case.

* A resident in the 3700 block of Lake Lanier Drive told police tools, valued at $2,000 total, were stolen Nov. 28 from his work truck while it was parked at his house.

* A Columbus woman reported her cellphone, valued at $1,000, was stolen Nov. 29 from a restroom at a store in the 1600 block of Stringtown Road. The woman said she realized she had left the phone in the restroom but when she went to retrieve it, the phone was gone.

* A resident in the 5400 block of Lilac Avenue reported Nov. 26 that a key fob and leaf blower had been stolen overnight from her unlocked car.

Total loss was $600, reports stated.