Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by Aurora police. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Arrested for stealing pain killers: Scott M. Rennick, 38, of 594 Robinhood Drive, was arrested Aug. 23, on a warrant charging him with theft, a fourth-degree felony. On July 10, Rennick allegedly stole 100 prescription Percocet painkillers from the bedside drawer of a elderly resident of Grand View Lane, according to Aurora police.
Welfare check: An Aurora man reported Aug. 20 that he had not heard from his adult son in a few days and was concerned for his well-being. Officers checked with one of the son's friends, made contact with the son and determined he was fine and on his way back to school. His father was notified.
Threatening texts reported: After an Aurora man reported Aug. 20 that he had received a threatening text message from another man, he was advised not to contact the man who allegedly made the threat and to not respond to any further threatening text messages he received.
Unauthorized tenant reported: An Aurora landlord reported Aug. 20 that a woman has been living on his rental property without his permission. Officers went to the location but did not find the woman, and told the man to contact them if she comes back.
Domestic dispute: Officers were dispatched Aug. 18 to a residence on Barrington Place West for a report of a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, they learned an Aurora couple was having an argument and nothing physical had taken place. The female half of the couple agreed to leave the residence for the night.
Arrest followed pursuit: An officer who tried to stop a 2001 Pontiac coupe on Eldridge Road at Shawnee Trail on Aug. 16, became involved in a pursuit when the driver, 36-year-old Drew H. Anthony, of 215 Eldridge Road, allegedly refused to stop his vehicle. Anthony allegedly passed other vehicles at a high rate of speed in a residential zone in an attempt to get away from officers. The chase eventually came to an end, and officers discovered Anthony allegedly was intoxicated and in possession of an open container of alcohol. Charges of failure to comply, a third-degree felony, two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence, both first-degree misdemeanors, reckless operation and open container, both minor misdemeanors, were filed. Anthony has three prior drunken driving convictions dating back to 2006, and also an active warrant out of Geauga County, according to Aurora police.
Domestic dispute: A domestic dispute Aug. 16 between a husband and wife on Chesterton Court was found to not involve anything physical upon officers' arrival, and the couple agreed to separate for the night.
Juveniles charged with trespassing: Three male juveniles — one each from Solon, Mayfield Heights and Pepper Pike — were charged with delinquency by criminal trespass after being found Aug. 15 on private property on Treat Road that was clearly marked with "no trespassing" signs. Their parents were contacted and they were released into their parents' custody.
Missing trash bin: A Brookfield Drive man reported Aug. 15 that upon returning home from vacation, his trash bin was no longer in its storage location and he was unable to locate it. The bin was valued at $100.
Arrest on warrant: A Maple Heights woman was transferred Aug. 15 from the custody of Highland Hills police to Aurora police on a warrant for failure to appear in court on a citation charging her with driving under suspension. She was taken to the Portage County jail without incident.