A Bounty Road couple reported Nov. 29 that someone entered their unlocked vehicle overnight. Stolen were a coat, earbuds and a wallet containing several credit cards and debit cards, store membership cards, a driver's license, a gift card, healthcare and insurance cards. Officers later found the coat and earbuds on neighboring property.
A Willard Road man reported Nov. 28 that someone stole $100 and various other items from his car overnight.
A Lena Drive business owner reported Nov. 28 that a semi truck drove through his parking lot, struck a light pole and knocked it down, then left before witnesses could get its license plate number. No estimate was given for the damage.
Officers took a report Nov. 28 from a Ravenna woman who reported that $15, a credit card and her insurance card were stolen from her purse while she was at work at a South Chillicothe Road business.
A Moneta Avenue woman reported Nov. 28 that she was the victim of fraud or identity theft after fraudulent charges totaling approximately $343 were made on her credit card.
An Aurora man reported Nov. 28 that approximately $600 worth of fraudulent charges were made on his debit card, which had been stolen.
A USB drive with family photos on it was reported stolen Nov. 27 out of a package inside a North Bissell Road woman's mailbox.
Police determined it was a civil matter Nov. 27 when a resident of East Boulevard reported that her neighbor's tree fell on her property, damaging some shrubs, after a contractor cut it down.
Officers responded to Greenbriar Drive on Nov. 25 after a couple reported their garage door opening while they were home. The male reported he did not see anyone when he went outside to check, but noticed that one of his garage door remotes was missing from where he normally left it in his car. There were no signs of forced entry, and nothing else was reported missing.
A Pittsburgh woman reported Nov. 25 that she lost her cellphone while shopping at a store on South Chillicothe Road. Neither of the two stores where she was shopping reported finding the phone.
A Twinsburg teen was cited Nov. 24 for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead, a minor misdemeanor, following a traffic crash on Route 43 near Old Pioneer Trail. While southbound on Route 43, she failed to stop, striking a car driven by a Macedonia man which then struck a vehicle driven by a Cleveland man, both of whom were stopped in traffic. A passenger in the Cleveland man's vehicle was taken to the Cleveland Clinic in Twinsburg by Aurora EMS.
Two women found arguing in their car Nov. 24 outside a West Garfield Road restaurant agreed to calm down and drive home. There were no signs of physical violence.
A garbage truck reportedly pulled down several utility cables on Nov. 24 while approaching a dumpster on New Hudson Road. Officers were able to reattach the wires and alerted the cable company to complete repairs.
Officers investigated a break-in at an Orchard Avenue property on Nov. 23. There were signs a window-mounted air conditioner had been moved to allow access through the window, and two computers were reported missing. No value was given for the stolen items.
A noise complaint was received Nov. 22 involving a large generator "running 24 hours a day" across the street from a Brighton Drive resident. The complainant said the noise was disrupting his family's sleep and that he approached the contractor using the generator "without result." An officer spoke with the contractor and advised him of city ordinances regarding construction equipment and he agreed to comply.
Officers responded Nov. 19 to a report of a suspicious vehicle driving around a neighborhood on Parker Road. They located the car and talked to the driver, but found nothing suspicious about her and she left without incident.
A South Chillicothe Road business reported Nov. 18 that two women entered the store, grabbed clothes and fled. Approximately $200 worth of merchandise was reported stolen.
A Stow man came to the police station Nov. 17 to report the theft of items from a Hawkin Road construction site. The total value of the stolen property was estimated at $180.
A South Chillicothe Road business reported a women entered the store on Nov. 17, grabbed a pile of clothing worth an estimated $225, got into a waiting car and drove off.
A Novelty woman was transported by Aurora EMS to the Cleveland Clinic in Twinsburg following a two-car, hit-and-run crash on East Pioneer Trail. The woman reported she was driving eastbound in the 100 block of South Chillicothe Road, when an unknown vehicle struck the left side of her vehicle. The other vehicle appeared to have turned right out of a parking lot there, but did not stop and is believed to have continued westbound on East Pioneer Trail. Neither the driver nor the passenger in the victim vehicle saw the suspect vehicle, and no witnesses to the crash could be found.
An Aurora woman who showed up at the police station Nov. 16 to pick up some property that was being kept in evidence there was found to have an active arrest warrant out of the Solon Police Department. A Solon officer responded and picked up the woman without incident.
A Cleveland woman was cited Nov. 15 during a traffic stop on North Aurora Road for no operator's license, driving under suspension and operating a vehicle with expired tags. The car was towed and an officer drove the woman to her destination.
An employee of a North Aurora Road business, a Bedford woman, reported Nov. 15 that her shoes were stolen from her workplace. The estimated value of the footwear was $50, and no suspects have been identified.