Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by Aurora police. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Unauthorized use of motor vehicle: Michelle R. Stevenson, 28, of 450 Sycamore Drive, was arrested Feb. 9 on a warrant charging her with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a fifth-degree felony. On Feb. 3, Stevenson allegedly took and used a 2006 Chevrolet Impala without the owner’s permission, according to Aurora police.
Animal welfare complaint: A Canterbury Drive resident was issued a summons Feb. 6 to appear in court after police received a report of a dog out in 19-degree weather with no shelter. Animal control officers were contacted and the dog taken to a shelter with proper care.
Driver charged with OVI: Complaints of an erratic driver swerving on the roadway Feb. 4 in the area of Walden and Deer Island drives resulted in officers finding a vehicle that had slid down an embankment and into a ditch. The driver allegedly had a strong odor of alcohol on her, but field sobriety tests were halted for her safety. A breath test conducted at the station found her blood alcohol concentration to be .156 and she was charged with OVI and later released on bond, according to Aurora police.
Theft reported: A South Chillicothe Road store reported Feb. 3 that there was a theft in progress involving a male suspect. Upon officers’ arrival it was determined that $260 worth of merchandise was taken and the suspect had fled before officers arrived, according to Aurora police.
Identity theft attempted: A Winchell Road man reported Feb. 2 that someone attempted to open a credit card in his name. The matter was referred to his bank’s fraud department and he made a report, according to Aurora police.
Shoplifting reported: Officers dispatched to a South Chillicothe Road store for a theft on Feb. 1 determined that three female suspects took two clothing items and left. The suspects could not be located, according to Aurora police.
Found property: Police returned a lost wallet to its owner Feb. 1 after an Akron man reported finding it at a South Chillicothe Road store.