Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Thefts: A South Chillicothe Road business reported July 25 that someone stole a pair of sunglasses. After checking surveillance video, a Maple Heights man was charged with theft and a warrant was sent to Portage County Municipal Court. No value of loss was given.
Another theft of two pairs of sunglasses was reported July 30 from a South Chillicothe Road business. The suspect could not be located, and no value of the loss was given.
Ammunition turned in: A Winchell Road man turned in some old ammunition July 24 that belonged to his deceased father-in-law. It was entered into evidence for safekeeping and a written statement was completed.
OVI citation: An Aurora man was cited July 25 for operating a vehicle under the influence and speeding after a traffic stop at East Boulevard and Orchard Avenue. He refused to provide a breath sample, and later posted bond.
Suspended license: A Streetsboro woman was found to be driving under suspension July 25 during a traffic stop on Aurora-Hudson Road. She was given information about how to get her license reinstated, her license plates were confiscated, the vehicle was towed and the occupants got a ride from a friend.
Property damage: A Perrysburg woman reported July 26 that her car was keyed while parked at Barrington Town Square. No suspects were identified, and no estimate of damage was given.
Lost wallet: A Streetsboro man reported July 30 that he lost his wallet at a North Aurora Road business.
Illegal soliciting: A Detroit woman was cited July 27 for soliciting without a permit after police found her going from house to house selling cleaning products. She contacted her manager for a ride.
Power pole down: A power pole was reported blocking the roadway July 29 in the Deepwoods-Nicola drives area. The service department secured the scene until Ohio Edison arrived to fix the pole.
Clothing found: Police were called July 29 to South Chillicothe Road, where a bag of clothing was found. There was no identification on the bag, so it was taken to the police station for safe keeping until someone claimed it.