Aurora -- An ATV driver and a passenger were injured Oct. 17 after an accident in the 200 block of North Chillicothe Road and the matter was referred to the prosecutor for possible trespassing charges.Police said the Aurora resident was driving a four-wheeler on a railroad right-of-way when he struck something and crashed.The report said the driver was taken to a medical facility by the Aurora Emergency Squad and a passenger, who was thrown from the vehicle, was treated for injuries to his face, arms and leg. Meanwhile on Oct. 23, a Chatham Estates man reported several items were removed from his vehicle, which was parked in his driveway overnight. The missing items were two firearms and other hunting equipment valued at $895.Fraud incidents, theftOct. 17 -- Credit card fraud. An Aurora man reported to police someone made unauthorized purchases on his credit card. He also informed his credit card company.Oct. 19 -- Shoplifting. A store clerk at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets reported two men entered the store. While one was asking questions, the other was observed leaving the store with merchandise. No loss estimate was given.Oct. 24 -- Phone fraud. An Aurora woman reported someone called her and identified himself as her relative and requested she wire him money. She did so, but when she spoke with her relative, she found the request was a fraudulent one. The amount of money was not disclosed.Arrested on warrantsOct. 20 -- A Kent man was arrested by Kent police on a warrant from Aurora police. He was turned over to local officers and then taken to the Portage County Jail.Oct. 21 -- An Aurora man was arrested by local police on a warrant from Summit County for failure to appear in court. He was turned over to a Summit County sheriff's deputy.Traffic-related casesOct. 18 -- Crash. No citations were reported after a mishap near the intersection of Routes 43 and 82. Police said an Aurora man was exiting a gas station when he struck a Hudson woman's car on Route 82. No damage estimate was given.Oct. 18 -- Went off road. An Aurora man was cited for not maintaining reasonable control of his vehicle after it went off Hill Drive and into the backyard of a residence. No damage estimate was given.Oct. 19 -- School bus passed. The owner of a vehicle observed passing a stopped school bus was contacted by police. The owner said his son was driving and he would talk to the juvenile about the incident.Oct. 19 -- Lot mishap. Police said an Aurora woman pulled up too far in a parking space at Aurora Commons and knocked some concrete blocks into another vehicles. No damage estimate was given.Oct. 22 -- Car hits rock. Officers said a Streetsboro man was pulling out of a driveway on Lena Drive when his vehicle struck a large rock. No damage estimate was given.Oct. 23 -- Collision. A Solon woman, who police said was talking on a cell phone, was cited for failure to control after her vehicle struck the driver's side front door of an Aurora man's vehicle on South Aurora Road.Miscellaneous casesOct. 17 -- Phone lost. An Aurora man said he left his cell phone unattended in a public place and it gone when he returned. It was valued at $200.Oct. 18 -- Possible threats. An Aurora woman reported her son and another juvenile were chatting online when the other youth made possible threats to her son. Police told her to bring her son to the station so they could review the incident.Oct. 18 -- Wallet lost. A Delaware, Ohio man reported he lost his wallet with his personal identification inside while in town.Oct. 20 -- Couch burns. Police and fire personnel were dispatched to a Sycamore Lane residence for a report of the odor of something burning. An investigation revealed an apartment dweller accidentally caught his couch on fire. No damage estimate was given.Oct. 21 -- Assault arrest. Felony assault charges were filed against a Bedford man after police were notified of an apparent assault which took place in the Geauga Lake area. The suspect was taken to the Portage County Jail. The report did not indicate whether any injuries occurred.