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

Trespassing: An Aurora woman and a Twinsburg woman were warned May 12 at about 1 p.m. about trespassing laws after police found them on private property along Aurora Lake Road doing oil paintings of scenery. They agreed to leave and not return.

Persons from Deerfield, Hiram, Mogadore, Florida, Texas and Tennessee were charged with criminal trespassing May 15 at about 7:45 p.m. on Squires Road after they were found on private property with clearly marked "no trespassing" signs. Three juveniles suspects were released to their parents.

Domestic disputes: Officers responded to a domestic argument May 13 on Orchard Avenue. They said it was over an estranged husband getting some personal belongings from a home and wanting to take his son with him. The woman let him take his belongings and the man was advised to call in advance to make arrangements to take his son.

Officers responded to Kensington Court on May 17 for a report of a domestic dispute between adult sisters. There was no physical violence or threats, and one sister agreed to leave.

Theft: A business on South Chillicothe Road reported May 15 that a man about 6-foot tall and in his late 20s or early 30s stole sweatpants. No information on the vehicle the man left in was available.

Vehicle damage: A Ravenna woman reported March 12 that a parked car's rear passenger window at Aurora Commons was smashed. Nothing was found missing.

Fraud: A Robinhood Drive man reported May 12 that someone unknown opened accounts in his name using his personal information. No loss amount was given.

License plate found: A license plate from a vehicle which had earlier been involved in an accident in Aurora on May 17 was turned in to police. Several attempts to contact the owner were made without success and the plate was being held at the station.


Failure to yield: An Aurora male juvenile was cited for failing to yield May 16 at 4:30 p.m. after police said he turned from Route 306 onto Crackle Road and was struck by a Parma woman's car traveling northbound on Route 306. No injuries were reported.

Rear-end crashes: A HIram female juvenile was cited for assured clear distance May 15 at 3:20 p.m. after police said she struck a Kent man from behind on Route 82. No injuries were reported.

A Streetsboro man was cited for assured clear distance May 12 at 11:15 a.m. after police said he struck a Broadview Heights man's vehicle from behind on South Aurora Road. No injuries were reported.

One-car crash: No citation was issued and a Garrettsville man was taken to UH-Portage Medical for treatment on May 11 at 1:30 p.m. after he struck a guardrail in the 1300 block of Aurora-Hudson Road. Police said the guardrail punched through the passenger side windshield and exited the rear window.