Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Theft: Officers responded June 30 to a report of a theft in progress at a South Chillicothe Road business. A Cleveland woman was charged with theft and released on a cash bond after being apprehended nearby. A Euclid man was charged with felony theft, failure to comply and leaving the scene of a crash after he was involved in a traffic accident nearby while trying to flee. He was taken to the Portage County Jail. The items taken were valued at $520.
Physical dispute: A Norton man reported June 30 that he was assaulted by an Auroar woman who is his girlfriend's sister. Because of conflicting stories about who was the aggressor, neither party wished to file charges. The Norton man was asked not to return, and he left the property.
Warrant pickup: A Streetsboro man arrested by Bedford police on an Auroar warrant for theft and receiving stolen was picked up in Bedford by Aurora police on June 30. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.
Property damage: A Windward Drive man reported a possible break-in June 29 after he found a sliding glass door broken. Officers determined the damage was consistent with someone having carried something in or out of the door, making marks.
Harassment: A Geauga Lake area woman reported JUly 1 that a Streetsboro man was in violation of a protection order after trying to contact her by phone.
A Deepwoods Drive woman reported July 3 that an Aurora man visited her house to talk to his wife, but the woman did not want to talk to him. Police advised the man not to return to the property.
Marijuana found: A Colony Drive man reported July 1 that he spotted a suspicious package on his property near a guardrail. Police determined it was a jar with a small amount of marijuana in it. The substance was destroyed.
Argument: A verbal argument was reported July 4 at a South Chillicothe Road business between men from Aurora and Streetsboro. Officers sent the men on their way and documented the incident.
Improper backing: Vehicles driven by a Twinsburg man and Aurora woman were driving east on Moneta Avenue on July 1, when the Twinsburg man tried to back into the Volunteers of America parking lot and struck the Aurora woman's car. The man was cited for improper backing.