Police reports are provided by the Aurora Police Department. They are not intended to be all-inclusive.

Clothes, candles, perfume stolen: A 49-year-old Cleveland woman was arrested Nov. 8 and charged with theft, a first-degree misdemeanor, after she allegedly stole a pair of jeans, a white shirt, two candles, two bottles of perfume and one variety pack of perfume — worth a total of $375.93 — from the Saks Off 5th outlet store at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets, 549 S. Chillicothe Road, according to Aurora police.

Fraudulent checks reported: A Parker Road man reported Nov. 8 that someone wrote fraudulent checks from his bank account. The total amount of loss was $1,180. The man was advised to contact his bank to stop the use of his account.

Remote taken from glove box: A Clearbrook Lane man reported Nov. 6 that someone went through his car overnight and stole a remote garage door opener from his glove box.

No soliciting permit: An Aurora man was given a written warning Nov. 6 for soliciting in the area of Shawnee Trail without a permit. He was advised to leave the area and go home.

Stop sign missing: A stop sign was reported down and stolen from its frame Nov. 5 from the area of West Parkway Boulevard and Cochran Road.

Man driving on medication: Officers responded Nov. 3 to a business on West Garfield Road for a report of a man driving erratically. The man, a Walton Hills resident, reported he had just started a new medication and wasn't feeling well. He was brought back to the police station so his daughter could pick him up.

Juvenile caught stealing: An Aurora Commons Circle business called police Nov. 3 to report that an Aurora juvenile had been caught stealing. The juvenile admitted the crime, was released to family and will be charged in Portage County Juvenile Court, according to Aurora police.

Credit card fraud: A Sheffield Court man reported Nov. 3 that someone used his credit card to make purchases he didn't authorize. He was advised to watch his personal information and report the fraud to his credit card company.