Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Domestic violence: An Aurora woman was charged with aggravated menacing and domestic violence April 27 after police said she told a male family member that if she had a gun she would kill him, his siblings and their father. She also allegedly told him her weapon of choice was a baseball bat, "but does not want to clean the mess up."
Fraud: A Brighton Drive woman reported April 27 she was notified by the Ohio Department of Taxation that someone unknown filed a tax return using her personal information, and one also was filed with the IRS. A fraud alert was issued.
An Aurora man reported April 26 he received a letter in the mail notifying him that someone unknown used his information to try to open a charge account. It was flagged and was never opened.
A West Garfield Road business reported receiving what was thought to be a counterfeit $10 bill. An officer determined it was counterfeit.
Trespassing: Two Akron male juveniles were charged with criminal trespassing April 30 at 3:20 p.m. after being found on posted private property. Their parents were notified and they were released.
Theft: A person reported May 1 that about 20 shrubs were taken from a construction site on West Garfield Road. Estimated value was $500.
Collision: A Highland Hills man was cited for not driving in marked lanes April 28 at 2:35 p.m. after police said he turned into a driveway and struck an Aurora man’s car on South Chillicothe Road. No injuries were reported.
Rear-end crashes: A Mantua woman was cited for assured clear distance May 2 at 5:20 p.m. after police said she struck an Aurora woman’s from behind on East Garfield Road at Route 306. No injuries were reported.
A Streetsboro man was cited for assured clear distance May 3 at 5:30 p.m. after police said he struck a Garrettsville woman’s car from behind on West Garfield Road at West Parkway Boulevard. No injuries were reported.