Someone broke into an AEP substation in Powell last month, damaging and stealing items, according to Delaware County Sheriff's reports.
Deputies responded to a report of breaking and entering at the substation in the 2800 block of Hyatts Road the morning of Nov. 19.
Two locks were broken and $2,000 worth of copper wire was missing.
Reports suggest the break-in occurred between Nov. 15 and 19.
No suspects have been listed, but sheriff's reports listed felony counts of breaking and entering and theft, along with two misdemeanor counts of criminal trespassing and criminal mischief, in categorizing the case.
In other recent county sheriff's reports:
* A 33-year-old Columbus man was arrested after allegedly assaulting a Lewis Center man Nov. 20.
According to reports, the man was arrested after deputies responded to an assault report at the home of the victim in the 7800 block of South Old State Road.
The suspect was charged with aggravated trespassing, disorderly conduct and assault, all misdemeanors.
He was taken to the Delaware County jail.
* A Dublin woman reported someone stole multiple items from her while she was at a Lewis Center store.
According to reports, the woman was at the business in the 9000 block of Columbus Pike and noted her wallet, including $100 in cash and three credit cards, was missing.
Reports do not detail how the items were lost or stolen, but the report was filed as a theft.
* Someone vandalized signs and pavement at Orange High School, 2840 E. Orange Road.
According to county sheriff's reports, deputies responded to the school the morning of Nov. 6 to find parking-lot signs and pavement vandalized.
Reports do not give a description of the vandalism, but damage was estimated at $250.