Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Disorderly conduct: A Chesterland man was charged with disorderly conduct, obstructing official business and possession of drug paraphernalia June 1 at Barrington Place East. Police said they were summoned to the location because the man was pounding on a glass door to try to gain entry to a residence. The man ran away from officers, but eventually was apprehended, and police said he was in possession of drug paraphernalia and smelled of alcohol. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.
Thefts: A Bryce Avenue woman reported June 1 that her daughter's bicycle was stolen from her yard. The estimated value was $200.
A South Chillicothe Road business reported June 1 that three women took merchandise. Officers were unable to locate the suspects, and no value was given for the stolen merchandise.
Domestic dispute: Officers responded June 1 to a call from a Sherwood Drive man about his neighbors arguing in the driveway. It was determined a man was upset with his mother and was yelling at her. A citation was issued to the man for disorderly conduct. Police said no threats of violence were made and nothing physical occurred.
Property damage: A Nautilus Trail man reported June 1 that his mailbox was hit by a car overnight. No suspects or sitnesses could be located. No value of the loss was given.
Fraudulent incidents: A Wood Ridge Lane couple reported June 1 that fraudulent activity had taken place with their checking account. Someone cashed a check for $2,895 against their account.
A Burgess Circle man reported May 31 that someone called him claiming he was a representative of a banking company. In exchange for his account numbers, the man said he would deposit $299 into the resident's account. The resident froze all of his accounts and did not suffer any financial loss.
Harassment: A South Chillicothe Road business reported June 2 that a woman entered the store looking for an employee that she had an argument with in Streetsboro. Officers arrived and told the woman not to return.
Warrant pickups: A Cleveland woman was transferred from Garfield Heights police to Aurora police on an unspecified warrant.
During a traffic stop on North Aurora Road for a suspended license, police discovered an Aurora woman was wanted on a warrant from Bedford police. She was cited for the suspended license and turned over to Bedford police.
Failure to yield: An Aurora woman was cited for failing to yield June 2 after police said she exited from a private driveway onto Route 43 and was struck by a Reminderville woman's vehicle. No injuries were reported.
Rear-end crashes: An Aurora woman was cited for assured clear distance June 1 after police said she struck another Aurora woman's vehicle from behind on North Bissell Road at Route 82. The other woman was taken by Aurora EMS to Cleveland Clinic-Twinsburg for treatment.
An Aurora man was cited for assured clear distance June 2 after police said he struck a Twinsburg man's vehicle from behind on South Aurora Road. No injuries were reported.