Aurora -- A Twinsburg man was charged with grand theft and robbery May 19 after his ex-girlfriend told officers he took her vehicle from Aurora Commons.The stolen vehicle was found parked at a business in Twinsburg. The suspect was located at his home that evening and taken to the Portage County Jail.Meanwhile, a special two-day police detail at Tinkers Creek Park resulted in charges against three men.On May 18, a Cleveland Heights man was charged with sexual imposition after an officer reported he made sexual advances toward him. On May 19, a Streetsboro man was cited for indecent exposure, and an Aurora man whom officers said was observed drinking a can of beer in a vehicle was cited for having an open container.Arrested on warrantsMay 18 -- A Cleveland man was arrested by Cleveland police on a warrant from Aurora for failing to appear in court for a status hearing on an unspecifed charge. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.May 21 -- A Mantua man turned himself in to Kent police on a warrant from Aurora. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.Thefts, assault, disputeMay 19 -- Wallet taken. A Cleveland Heights woman reported her wallet was stolen from her purse late in the evening while she was at work on North Aurora Road. It contained $57 in cash, a driver's license, credit cards and an ATM card.May 20 -- Items stolen. A Newbury man reported items were stolen from his vehicle while it was parked that evening at Barrington Town Square. Estimated value was $130.May 22 -- Car missing. An auto dealer reported a vehicle which had been traded in two months ago could not be located. May 22 -- Student hit. An Aurora man reported his son was struck by another student while on a school bus.May 23 -- Water taken. Police observed a landscaper taking water from a hydrant in the 1400 block of South Chillicothe Road. He was advised by police to have the company's owner contact the city water department before hooking into a hydrant in the future.May 23 -- No charges filed. An Aurora woman reported her son was slapped on the back by an adult at Aurora Commons. After reviewing video of the incident, officers determined no charges were warranted. The report didn't indicate whether any injuries oc-curred.Vandalism and mischiefMay 16 -- Window shot. A Deepwoods Drive woman reported at mid-morning that someone shot her window with a BB gun. Officers observed a hole in the window. No damage estimate was given.May 19 -- Items broken. Officers investigated damage caused to a recently sold home on Pine Villa Trail. They found several glass objects inside were broken.May 19 -- Mailboxes damaged. A Lloyd Avenue man reported his and a neighbor's mailboxes were damaged. No estimate was given.May 22 -- Vandalism. A Lloyd Avenue woman reported someone spray-painted her picket fence and house number shield. No damage estimate was given.May 22 -- Liquid hits vehicle. An Aurora man was cited for vehicular vandalism in the evening after officers said he threw a cup of liquid out of his moving vehicle onto a passing vehicle in the 200 block of South Bissell Road.May 23 -- Car damage. An Aurora man reported someone keyed his vehicle while it was parked behind a fastfood restaurant that evening. No damage estimate was given.Traffic-related caseMay 17 -- Stop sign citation. An Aurora juvenile was cited in mid-afternoon for ignoring a stop sign after police said the driver pulled out from West Parkway Boulevard and struck a an Aurora man's vehicle on Cochran Road. No damage estimate was given.Miscellaneous casesMay 16 -- Police investigated a report of a juvenile missing since the day before. The girl turned up safe at her father's home.May 16 -- A cell phone reported stolen five days before was turned in to police after it was found by a resident in possession of a juvenile. The victim did not wish to file charges, but will be reimbursed for all calls made, police said.May 17 -- Construction workers on South Chillicothe Road were warned they are not permitted to start work prior to 7 a.m.May 20 -- Officers confiscated marijuana and a glass pipe from a car parked on Lloyd Avenue after an officer saw a black purse lying on the ground next to it. The contraband was scheduled for destruction.May 20 -- Two men under age 21 were warned after they were found sleeping inside a parked vehicle on East Boulevard . Officers said it appeared they had been drinking.May 20 -- An Aurora woman reported she lost her purse at an unknown site.May 20 -- An Aurora resident turned in old ammunition to be destroyed.May 22 -- The ex-boyfriend of an Aurora woman was warned not to have further contact with her after she told police he left unwanted messages on her cell phone.