Aurora -- No charges had been filed as of June 18 in connection with an incident involving five girls who were sighted on the roof of the high school.Officers said someone reported seeing the youths on the roof before 10 p.m. June 11.A police spokesman said the girls told officers they had crawled up on the roof using a ladder they found on the premises because they wanted to take pictures.The spokesman said no damage occurred. The girls were released to their parents and school officials were notified. Meanwhile, earlier that day a Chadwick Drive woman reported someone entered her parked vehicle and removed an Apple iPod valued at $350.On June 7, the city's rescue squad was dispatched to treat a juvenile with a swollen eye. Police said the youth was involved in two separate fights earlier in the day.Disputes, warrant arrestJune 6 -- Domestic feud. A Four Seasons woman reported her soon-to-be ex-husband made unwanted advances and innuendoes to her, and her attorney advised her to document the incident with police.June 7 -- Trespassing. A Lakes of Aurora man reported a relative came to his home attempting to borrow money, and the subject is not allowed to be on the property.June 12 -- Arrested on warrant. While officers were investigating a junk vehicle complaint on Winchell Road, they found the owner had a warrant. He was turned over to Portage County sheriff's deputies.Traffic-related casesJune 6 -- Rear-end collision. An Aurora woman was cited for assured clear distance after police said she struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind in the 400 block of North Aurora Road. No injuries were reported.June 7 -- Collision. No citations were issued after officers said vehicles driven by an Aurora man and Aurora woman collided while both were entering the 200 block of South Chillicothe Road from opposite sides of the road. No damage estimate was given.June 8 -- Rear-end mishap. No citations were issued when a Twinsburg man struck a Streetsboro man's vehicle from behind on Chadwick Drive. No damage estimate was given.June 8 -- Fender-bender. Police said a Mantua woman struck a Chagrin Falls woman's vehicle while backing out of a parking space at Aurora Commons. No damage estimate was given.June 8 -- Rear-end crash. The victims of a three-car accident in the 500 block of South Chillicothe Road were treated at the scene by the rescue squad. Police said an Auburn juvenile struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind and pushed it into an Aurora man's vehicle. The youth was cited for assured clear distance.June 8 -- Suspended license. A Streetsboro man was cited for driving under suspension and underage drinking after a traffic stop at Barrington Town Square. Officers said the driver had failed to reinstate his license and was in possession of alcoholic beverages.June 10 -- License retest ordered. An officer submitted a Solon woman to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles for driver's license retesting after she was pulled over for not yielding to an emergency vehicle. She told the officer she pulled over as soon as she noticed the vehicle approaching.June 11 -- Rear-end crash. An Orange juvenile was cited for assured clear distance after he struck a Kent man's vehicle from behind in the 300 block of North Aurora Road. No injuries were reported and no damage estimate was given.June 11 -- Rear-end collision. A Streetsboro man was cited for assured clear distance after he hit an Aurora woman from behind on East Garfield Road. No injuries were reported and no damage estimate was given.June 13 -- Private property crash. A collision occurred between two Streetsboro women as they were leaving Aurora Farms Premium Outlets. No damage estimate was given.Miscellaneous casesJune 8 -- Internet fraud. A report was received that a school on East Boulevard had been the victim of Internet fraud. No specific details were available.June 10 -- Vandalism. Officers checked out a report that someone entered a Shawnee Trail business and tossed accounting records out of a window.June 11 -- Lock cut off. Officers were told someone spotted a man cutting the lock off a gated area on Squires Drive and left the scene. They could not locate a suspect.June 12 -- Items re-moved. A resident on the east side of town reported a contractor removed items from his home. The contractor told officers he had not been paid for the material and was no longer doing work for the resident. No estimated value of the items taken was given.