Grandview Heights police officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Yard Street at 1:36 a.m. Nov. 16 on a report of an assault.
When they arrived, they made contact with a woman who had numerous injuries, reports said.
The woman was transported to a hospital for treatment. A suspect was detained but later was released after the victim declined to file charges, according to reports.
In other recent Grandview police reports:
* Officers responded Nov. 13 to the 1100 block of Bobcat Avenue after a woman reported her vehicle had just been stolen.
The victim told police she arrived in the area about 7:10 a.m. to drop someone off at a business and went inside for a few minutes, leaving the car running with the keys in it. When she came back out, the car, valued at $45,000, was gone, according to reports.
The woman said her purse and other items, including shoes, a laptop computer and a cellphone charger, together valued at $4,449, were in the car when it was stolen.
A witness reportedly observed a man enter the car and drive off.
The vehicle was found unoccupied several minutes later at a business on Wilson Road at Interstate 70, reports said.
* A contractor reported his work bag and tools, together worth $650, were stolen Nov. 18 while he was on roofing job at a building on the 1400 block of Goodale Boulevard.
* A resident of the 900 block of Palmer Road told police Nov. 18 her bicycle valued at $350 had been stolen from her garage over the previous weekend. The woman said another bike was left in its place.
Later that day, officers recovered a bike matching the description of the one stolen from the woman's garage, reports said.
In another incident, a witness observed a man about 4:50 a.m. Nov. 21 exiting the garage of a home on the 1300 block of Westwood Avenue.
The homeowner later confirmed that a bicycle valued at $100 had been stolen from her garage.
A vehicle parked in the garage had been entered, but nothing was taken, reports said.
* A resident of the 1200 block of Dover Avenue told police Nov. 2 several tools were stolen overnight from his car.
A rear window was smashed to gain entry to the vehicle. Total loss was estimated at $892.
* A woman reported her purse was stolen Nov. 3 while she was at the corner of Northwest Boulevard and Virginia Avenue.
The woman said credit cards inside her purse later were used at multiple businesses in Columbus.
* Officers responded at 10:13 p.m. Nov. 4 to a parking garage in the 700 block of Rail Street regarding a possible stolen vehicle.
The caller and owner of the vehicle told police he had tracked his car to the location using a phone app. When officers arrived, they found the vehicle unoccupied and parked on the east ramp of the garage between the first and second levels.
The car was confirmed as having been stolen out of Columbus, reports said.