Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by Aurora police. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Woman reportedly passed out at intersection: Officers responded April 11 to the area of California Street and Moneta Avenue for a report of an occupied, running vehicle in the middle of the intersection with the driver slumped over the steering wheel. The caller reported honking at the female driver, but being unable to wake her. Upon arrival, an officer entered the passenger side door and the woman awoke, causing the vehicle to move forward before she was ordered to stop the vehicle and put it in park. Officers noted a strong odor of alcohol on the woman as they spoke with her, and she exited the vehicle for field sobriety tests. The woman, a Hudson resident, could not safely keep position or safely stand on one leg and was arrested for operating a vehicle under the influence, brought to the station and booked. Her blood alcohol content tested .183, more than twice the legal limit to drive, according to Aurora police.
Impersonating a police officer: A North Ridgeville man was transferred April 9 from the custody of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office to the custody of Aurora police on a warrant charging him with impersonating a police officer, falsification and possession of criminal tools. He was brought to the Aurora police station, booked and later posted bond according to Aurora police.
Juvenile allegedly stole alcohol: A complaint of juveniles stealing alcohol from a store in the 100 block of West Garfield Road was made April 7. An officer arrived on the scene to see a juvenile male from Streetsboro take off running on foot, and pursued. The male was caught and found to allegedly have taken a bottle of alcohol worth $21.99. He was brought to the station, booked and charged with theft and obstructing official business, both misdemeanors. He was later taken to the Portage Geauga County Juvenile Detention Center in Shalersville. Two other juveniles stayed in the store had not stolen anything, according to Aurora police.
Help with unwanted guest: An East Garfield Road woman called police April 6 to report an unwanted guest at her home. Officers arrived to find there had been a verbal argument between the woman and her adult daughter’s boyfriend over money. The daughter and the boyfriend agreed to leave the home for the night, according to Aurora police.
Windshield broken: An Akron man who parked his vehicle in the 300 block of Aurora Commons Circle on April 6 reported that upon returning to the car, he found the back windshield had been broken out. No estimate was given for the damages, according to Aurora police.
Collision with postal vehicle: No injuries were reported but an Aurora woman was cited April 4 for a marked lanes violation after her vehicle collided with a U.S. Postal Service vehicle making deliveries on Route 43 just north of East Boulevard. The woman allegedly passed the postal vehicle, driven by a Salem woman, in the left, southbound lane. As the postal vehicle left the mailbox and moved forward, attempting to turn right onto East Boulevard, the Aurora woman's vehicle attempted to turn from the left, southbound lane onto East Boulevard and collided with the postal vehicle, according to Aurora police.