Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Wheel covers taken: An Aurora woman reported April 20 that after working all day she returned to her vehicle at a South Chillicothe Road business and found two of her wheel covers missing.

The woman did not know who took the covers.

Warrant transfer: A Streetsboro woman was transferred April 19 from Geauga County sheriff's custody to Aurora on a warrant for failing to appear in court for criminal trespassing and theft. She was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Panhandling: A Tennessee man was found April 19 panhandling on private property near Aurora Commons.

He was told he could not be on private property, but no citation was given.

Identity theft: A man visited the police station April 26 to file a report about being the victim of identity theft.

Property found: An Aurora man turned in an iPad on April 23 which he found in a parking lot in Aurora. Police were keeping it until claimed by its owner.

Wallet missing: Upon leaving an Aurora restaurant April 23, a Plymouth, Ohio woman reported her wallet was missing.

It contained credit cards, driver's license and about $10 in cash plus miscellaneous items. Police advised her to cancel her credit/debit cards.


Rear-end crash: An Aurora woman was cited for assured clear distance April 19 at 4:15 p.m. after police said she struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind on North Aurora Road at Sycamore Drive. No injuries were reported.

Plates seized: After a man was stopped for speeding on April, a Cleveland man was found to have plates on his vehicle which were registered to someone else.

The plates were seized and the vehicle was towed. The man was given a notice to appear in court.

Speeding: A Ravenna man was cited for speeding (51 mph in a 35 zone) on April 21 on Aurora-Hudson Road. Since his vehicle and a trailer it was pulling had expired license tags, they were towed.

A passenger from Ravenna was found to have a warrant through the Willoughby police department.

All occupants were brought back to the police station to await rides.