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

Mower reported missing: A South Parkview Drive man reported April 4 that his riding mower was delivered to his home after some repair work. Later that evening, when he went to put it in his garage, it was missing. No value was provided for the mower, according to Aurora police.

Identity theft: A Kingston Drive man reported April 2 that an unknown person used his bank information to make a $324 purchase. The man filed a fraud report with his bank, according to Aurora police.

Police called to dispute: An officer responded April 2 to a verbal dispute on Orchard Avenue to find a landlord and his tenants having an argument. The officer learned there were no threats of violence, only an argument over plumbing issues. The parties were advised the matter was a civil issue and the tenants left the property, according to Aurora police.

Man held on warrant: Officers took custody April 2 of a Parma man wanted on a warrant for failure to appear in court on a theft charge. He was booking at the police station and transported to the Portage County jail without incident, according to Aurora police.

Dogs running loose: A Greenbriar Drive resident reported March 31 that two large dogs were running loose in the neighborhood, and that it was an ongoing problem. An officer made contact with the dogs’ owner and she said the dogs got loose while she was carrying items outside. The woman was advised to keep the dogs contained or she could be cited, according to Aurora police.

Items reported missing: A White Tail Drive woman reported March 31 that over the past few months, several items have gone missing from her home without any signs of forced entry. The items include power tools, a dolly and a stepstool with an estimated value of $900, according to Aurora police.

Collision on Old Mill Road: No injuries were reported March 30 when a vehicle driven by an Aurora woman, attempting to make a left turn onto Old Mill Road from Wheatfield Drive, collided with a second vehicle. It is unknown which vehicle struck the other first or the exact location of the vehicles at the time of the crash, according to Aurora police.

Rear-end collision reported: No injuries were reported March 27, but a male juvenile from Aurora was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead after he accelerated his vehicle while stopped in traffic on South Chillicothe Road, striking a vehicle driven by a Streetsboro woman which then itself struck a vehicle driven by a second Streetsboro woman, according to Aurora police.