Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by Aurora police. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Dog bites woman: Officers responded May 7 to a report of a dog bite at a store on Barrington Town Square Drive. It was determined an Aurora woman was bitten while trying to help catch a dog that jumped out of a window while its owner was getting food. The dog was found to be up to date with all shots and the owner issued a citation for animals at large, according to Aurora police.
Woman backed into vehicle: Officers were dispatched May 6 to a report of an accident on private property on North Aurora Road. A Ravenna woman’s vehicle reportedly backed into a Cleveland Heights woman’s vehicle, doing minor damage to both vehicles but causing no injuries. Both drivers completed reports, according to Aurora police.
Two-car crash: Three people were transported to local hospitals May 5 following a two-car crash in the 200 block of Crackel Road. An Aurora man allegedly entered the wrong lane and collided head-on with a car driven by a Chagrin Falls woman, whose spouse was a passenger, according to Aurora police.
Landscaper at wrong house: Responding May 4 to a call by a female resident regarding a suspicious truck in her Aurora Hudson Road driveway, officers met with the driver of the truck, who explained he was a landscaper and had gone to the wrong house. The homeowner did not notice anything out of place, according to Aurora police.
Driver arrested after call: Officers were notified May 4 of a suspected impaired driver on Fairington Lane. The caller was able to provide a license plate number for the vehicle, and officers located the driver, a male subject. The man emitted a strong odor of alcohol, could not complete sobriety tests and was arrested for misdemeanor OVI. He also failed a breath sample test at the police station, was released on bond and given a court date, according to Aurora police.
Juvenile suspected in incident: An Aurora woman called police May 3 to report vandalism to her car, possibly from a juvenile throwing a rock at her windshield while she was driving in the area of Club Drive. The woman gave officers a description of the suspect, according to Aurora police.
Motorcycle burns: Officers responded May 2 to a report of a motorcycle on fire on West Garfield Road. Aurora firefighters were able to get the flames under control and the motorcycle was towed, according to Aurora police.
Note found on vehicle: Police were informed May 2 that a Sycamore Lane resident found an "obscene" note on her vehicle. No suspects were identified.
Juveniles caught at abandoned house: Officers were dispatched May 2 to an abandoned house where two juvenile males were seen breaking a window. An officer arrived on the scene to hear the sound of breaking glass, and found the boys at the back of the house. One of them allegedly admitted to throwing a rock through a second-floor window in the rear, and the boys were released to their parents’ custody. The management company in charge of the property was notified, according to Aurora police.
Dog bites man: Officers were called April 29 to a location on Aurora Hudson Road after a man reported being bitten by a dog while out for a walk. The victim declined medical attention. The dog’s owner was advised of the law on dangerous or vicious animals, according to Aurora police.
Man drives off road: An Aurora man was transported April 29 to Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights by Aurora EMS after he ran his vehicle off the right side of North Chillicothe Road/Route 306, collided with a ditch and struck several trees, according to Aurora police.
Civil matter: Harassment and threats were reported April 28 on Walnut Ridge Trail after a caller reported having a dispute with his snowplow service. Upon officers’ arrival, it was determined that the resident was upset with the plow service because he believes they intentionally drove on his lawn while moving snow. The parties were advised it is a civil matter, according to Aurora police.
Homeowner cited at party: Officers dispatched to a loud noise complaint on April 28 found a large party in progress with juveniles present. Officers spoke to the homeowner, who told them she did not know what was going on at the house. The juveniles’ parents were contacted and the children released to them. A male juvenile from Chagrin Falls was arrested and taken back to the station to be booked on underage drinking and disorderly conduct charges, and the homeowner issued a summons for contributing to the unruliness of a delinquent child, according to Aurora police.
Scam reported: A Duneden Drive man reported April 28 he had received a suspicious voicemail. An officer determined the call was a scam.
Allegedly intoxicated man arrested: Officers responded April 28 to an address on Hawkin Lane for an argument between two men working at the residence. It was discovered that one of them, a North Canton resident, allegedly was intoxicated and he was placed under arrest for misdemeanor disorderly conduct for his own safety, according to Aurora police.
Suspicious stretching report: A report of suspicious activity was received April 28 at a neighborhood pool on Walnut Ridge Trail. Responding officers spoke to a male subject they discovered not only lived in the area, but who was just doing stretches at the pool, according to Aurora police.
Theft report leads to arrests: Officers responding April 27 to a South Chillicothe Road business for a report of a theft in progress found a Barberton woman allegedly was attempting to return stolen property. The woman allegedly gave "false and misleading statements" to officers about the stolen property and how she got it. Officers identified the woman’s friend, an Akron man, as the person who stole the property the day before. He was charged with theft, license forfeiture and cited for failing to obey marked lanes. The woman was charged with receiving stolen property, falsification and obstructing official business. They were booked at the station, where the man posted bond and the woman was transported to the Portage County jail, according to Aurora police.
Car gets stuck on concrete: A Sagamore Hills woman turning her vehicle around April 27 at a North Aurora Road store got the car stuck on top of a concrete barrier. Officers called a tow truck to remove the car, and there was no damage to the barrier, according to Aurora police.