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

Trespassing reported: A man filed a report with police on Sept. 4 accompanied by several pictures of two men trespassing on private property on Squires Road. Officers searched the area and were unable to locate anyone walking there.

Dog at large: Officers were dispatched to the area of Greenbriar and Parkview drives on Sept. 4 for a report of a dog wandering around and scaring neighborhood children and construction workers. The officers found the dog and brought it back to the station for animal control officers to pick up. The owner of the dog later was located and given a warning for allowing the dog to run at large.

Traffic incident: No injuries were reported, but a Streetsboro woman was cited Sept. 4 for passing to the right after she allegedly tried to pass a semi truck that was northbound on North Chillicothe Road. The truck signaled a right turn and went wide to turn into the driveway at an address in the 100 block of North Chillicothe Road when the other driver tried passing on the right, struck the right side of the truck and then struck a mailbox.

Parking lot collision: A private property traffic crash occurred Sept. 3 at a retail store on South Chillicothe Road after two vehicles collided while pulling out of their respective parking spaces. No injuries were reported.

OVI and expired registration: Police stopped a Lakewood woman at 2:24 a.m. Sept. 3 on North Chillicothe Road after responding to a call of a possible intoxicated driver. She allegedly was driving 28 mph in a 50 mph zone, had red, watery eyes and "a heavy odor of an alcoholic beverage coming off her breath." The driver allegedly failed sobriety tests, was arrested for OVI and taken to the police station, where a breath test registered a .20 blood alcohol content, or more than twice the legal limit to drive. The driver also was cited for having an expired registration, booked and later released on bond.

Speeding, OVI arrest: A Reminderville man, stopped for speeding at 2 a.m. Sept. 2, also was charged with OVI after allegedly failing sobriety tests, and refused a breath test when brought back to the police station. He was booked and later taken to the Portage County jail when he could not post bond.

Videotaping movie: Officers were dispatched shortly before 8 p.m. Aug. 30 to the Cinemark 10 movie theater on Barrington Town Square Drive for a report of a man videotaping a movie in progress. Upon arrival, officers found the man recording a portion of the movie to send to family out of the country. The man was informed that was illegal, and he voluntarily deleted the video.

Collision reported: An Aurora man reported Aug. 30 that while out running errands, his back bumper had been struck. The man completed a report and notified his insurance company.

Money taken from bank account: A Beaumont Trail resident reported to police Aug. 30 that money was missing from his bank account after an unknown person made unauthorized transfers in excess of $75,000. The man's bank was notified and he was advised to file a police report.

Stolen car chased into city: Officers responded Aug. 29 to the area of South Sussex Court after Twinsburg police dispatch advised them of a stolen car being followed into the city. Aurora officers located the stolen car and followed it until the driver stopped and ran. A search for the driver using a K9 unit was unsuccessful, the proper authorities were notified the car had been recovered and it was towed from the scene.