• Dec. 12 at 2:24 a.m.: Oberlin College security contacted police after finding a soda bottle that was turned into a bong, a clear blue and green glass pipe to smoke marijuana, and a maroon colored grinding device.

• Dec. 12 at 2:54 a.m.: Police took possession of a large glass bong. The item was found by Oberlin College security.

• Dec. 12 at 11:42 p.m.: Officers searched for a thin man with dark hair after he was seen carrying something on fire and placing it in the road, then fleeing the scene. A report said police yelled at him to stop but he continued to run and officers lost sight of him. He was described as being 5 feet 8 inches tall with dark hair, wearing jeans and dark long sleeve shirt. This case remains open.

• Dec. 13 at 12:22 a.m.: A man contacted police about juveniles jumping on cars at College Park Manor on East College Street. A report said officers did not find any juveniles in the area but did observe damage to two vehicles’ hoods in the parking lot.

• Dec. 13 at 12:20 p.m.: A man contacted police after finding a plastic bowl containing change that was reported stolen from his vehicle last month. It was discovered in his neighbor’s yard on Gladys Court. A report said police confiscated the bowl and dusted it for fingerprints. A partial print was found on the side of the container and is being sent to BCI.

• Dec. 15 at 1:25 a.m.: Police responded to drug paraphernalia found on a patient at Mercy Allen Hospital. A report said a pipe fell out of the patient’s pants.

• Dec. 21 at 4:28p.m.: A small glass pipe containing burnt marijuana residue was found by Oberlin College security and turned over to police.

• Dec. 21 at 8:36 p.m.: Oberlin College security found an empty green glass beer bottle that appeared to have been turned into a smoking pipe on campus. It was turned over to Oberlin police.

• Dec. 21 at 9:44 p.m.: A juvenile contacted police after her mother allegedly gripped her neck. The mother told police the two got into an argument because the juvenile wanted to leave without permission. No charges are pending against either individual.

• Dec. 22 at 3:49 p.m.: A man contacted police after seeing a group of juveniles near Pleasant Street Park with a handgun. A report said police located three children matching the description and several BB guns, a Swiss Army knife, and a smoking pipe with marijuana residue were found on the boys. “All of the BB guns were solid black and appeared very similar to real firearms,” stated the report.

The juveniles told police they used the guns for hunting and did not know having a BB gun was bad. Inducing panic, discharging firearms, and possession of marijuana paraphernalia are the charges recommended to the Lorain County Juvenile Court.

• Dec. 22 at 5:11 p.m.: Kenley Fuller, 26, of Columbus, was charged with theft of $645.52 in cash from Wal-Mart. A report said Fuller returned four old car batteries after purchasing four new batteries.

• Dec. 23 at 12:58 p.m.: Amanda Reynolds, 24, of Wellington, was charged with theft of cheese sticks.

• Dec. 23 at 5:17 p.m.: Toby Rowland, 22, of Wellington, was charged with theft of food and drinks worth $197.53 from Wal-Mart.

• Dec. 24 at 2:55 a.m.: Shakara Brown, 18, of Oberlin, was charged with driving without a license. Justine Salsbury-Martin, 27, of Oberlin, was charged with wrongful entrustment. A report said Martin was teaching Brown how to drive because she does not have a driver’s license. Brown told police she smoked two bowls of marijuana so a urine test was taken; if the tests comes back with prohibited levels she will be charged with driving under impairment.

• Dec. 24 at 4:40 p.m.: Drew Randleman, 21, of Oberlin, was charged with theft from Wal-Mart.

• Dec. 25 at 7:06 p.m.: A woman contacted police about an out of control juvenile who was allegedly stabbing and biting people. The woman told officers the child became upset and starting swearing at her after being told he couldn’t play a video game. A report said the juvenile bit the woman’s finger, hit a man with a screwdriver, and tried to choke himself. This case is being forwarded to the Lorain County Juvenile Court for consideration of charges.