Two Delaware County women and a man were arrested last month in connection with the theft of dog antidepressants from a grooming business.
Representatives of a business in the 8100 block of Columbus Pike reported to Delaware County Sheriff's deputies that, on the morning of Nov. 26, someone had broken in overnight and stolen antidepressants meant for dogs.
A key and lockbox were missing, and entry to the building was not forced, reports said.
A 26-year-old Powell woman and a 47-year-old Lewis Center woman were arrested in connection with the case, along with a 24-year-old man from Russells Point.
Charges include criminal damaging, theft and breaking and entering with intent to commit theft.
In other recent Delaware County sheriff's reports:
* A 56-year-old Whitehall man was arrested Nov. 25 by sheriff's deputies for disorderly conduct.
Reports did not detail the incident, but the man was arrested in the 4100 block of Powell Road around noon Nov. 25 and charged with disorderly conduct involving "insulting, taunting, challenging another."
* A Lewis Center woman reported her vehicle was stolen Nov. 24 while it was parked in the 400 block of Dogwood Terrace.
* Someone broke into a business in the 10000 block of Sawmill Parkway around 2:45 a.m. Nov. 18, according to Powell police reports.
Reports said the suspects were wearing ski masks and broke a door to the building worth $5,000, but left the area without stealing any items.
* Police inspected a car after receiving a suspicious-vehicle report the night of Nov. 8. The vehicle was searched at the corner of Halverston Road and Watson Way.
According to reports, multiple items of marijuana paraphernalia were found, along with a bag of suspected hallucinogenic mushrooms. Arrests are pending investigation.
* A business in the 10000 block of Sawmill Parkway reported someone shoplifted multiple gold necklaces and a bra from the building on the afternoon of Nov. 12.
* A Powell resident reported a briefcase containing a tablet computer, headphones and other items was stolen from his vehicle while it sat unlocked in a parking lot on the 3900 block of Powell Road the night of Nov. 14.