Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by Aurora police. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Solicitor’s permit revoked: Officers responded May 29 to a report by a Rainbows End resident of a solicitor entering the backyard of another residence. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the solicitor and confirmed he had a permit, but was not given permission by an adult to enter the backyard of the home and was therefore in violation of the terms of the permit. The man's permit was revoked and he was asked to leave.

Six charged with criminal trespass: Two Tallmadge men, a Hudson man, a Chagrin Falls man and two male juveniles from Hudson were charged with criminal trespass, a fourth-degree misdemeanor, after being found on private property on Squires Road belonging to the former Geauga Lake theme park that is well-marked with "no trespassing" signs. The adults were escorted back to their vehicles and advised not to return to the property, while the juveniles’ parents were contacted and they were released into their parents' custody, according to Aurora police.

Warnings issued: Officers responded May 26 to a report of a fight between an employee and a customer at a Barrington Town Square Drive business. Officers determined both parties were "acting out" and gave all those involved a warning for disorderly conduct. The customer also was given a warning for disorderly trespass and asked to leave by management.

Suspects stole sunglasses: A South Chillicothe Road business reported May 26 that two men took a pair of sunglasses worth $300 without paying for them. Officers could not locate the suspects, according to Aurora police.

Missing wallet turned in: A Chagrin Falls woman reported May 25 that her wallet was stolen at a South Chillicothe Road store. The wallet later was turned in at the police station by another woman.

Vehicle vandalized: A report of vandalism to an Aurora man's vehicle was taken May 25 after the incident in a parking lot on North Aurora Road. No suspects were located and the man filled out a report for insurance purposes, according to Aurora police.

Man warned to ‘watch his language’: Officers were called May 24 to an address in the 500 block of Barrington Place West for a report of a man yelling at two juvenile females. The girls asked the man to leave them alone but he continued to yell at them. Officers spoke to both the man and his mother and advised him to stay away from the girls and to "watch his language in public," according to Aurora police.

Car damaged: A private property traffic crash was reported May 24 on South Chillicothe Road by an Akron woman who came out of a business to find several scratches on her car. No further information was available, and the woman filed a report for her insurance company.

Protection order issue: A Hurd Road woman reported May 24 that her husband was in violation of a protection order. Officers contacted the man and he explained the contact was "in error by phone." He was advised to delete the contact in his phone and make no further contact.

Lawn damaged by contractor: Police were dispatched May 23 to a residence on Aurora Hudson Road for a landscaping truck stuck in a residential yard. The truck had damaged the lawn, and the company advised it would be back the next day to correct the problem. The resident will follow up with police when the lawn is fixed so officers can update the report, according to Aurora police.

Men warned about behavior at park: Officers were dispatched May 23 to a park on East Mennonite Road for an Aurora man who said he was being yelled at by several unknown males. Officers spoke with the men, gave them a verbal warning for disorderly conduct and advised them not to return to the park.