Compiled from selected police activity reports.
• May 23: A Reynoldsburg man said his car was broken into while it was parked in Buckeye Lake.
• May 28: A Walnut Road woman reported a threatening phone call.
• May 28: A Columbus woman claimed she was raped at a party in Buckeye Lake Village, but would not cooperate with police when asked for further information.
• May 28: A Hilton Road woman was arrested for shoplifting at the Family Dollar. Although the item she stole was only worth $2, she had two prior arrests for theft.
• May 28: A Hebron woman said a tire on her car was slashed at the Dollar General parking lot.
• May 7: Police were dispatched to watch Ohio 79 southbound for a white vehicle with minor damage that had been involved in a hit-ski in Heath. Police saw and stopped a vehicle meeting the description, but it wasn’t the one sought by Heath Police.
• May 7: Police were called to the Kroger parking lot on a report of a domestic dispute. A couple was breaking up and arguing with each other. It had escalated to screaming at each other. They were advised to leave the lot.
• May 7: A Newark woman said her 7 year-old son lost his temper at the Kroger store, forcing her to restrain him and then bring him to the police station. Police spoke to both parties and they left after calming down.
• May 8: Police were dispatched to the Canal Road apartments at 8:28 p.m. on a report of a juvenile playing in the parking lot and nearly getting hit by a vehicle. The mother said she fell asleep and her son got out of the house. Since police had received previous complaints about her children being in the roadway and nearly getting hit by vehicles, police forwarded this report to Children’s Services.