Police reports are a sampling of incidents responded to by local law enforcement agencies. They are not intended to be all-inclusive.

• Otis Culp, III, 43, of 4698 E. 178th St., Cleveland, was charged with improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, a fifth-degree felony, carrying a concealed weapon, a minor misdemeanor, possession of marijuana, a minor misdemeanor and failing to register the vehicle, a minor misdemeanor. He allegedly had a loaded Glock 23 handgun in the driver's seat while he was under the influence. The incident occurred Dec. 14 at the intersection of North Aurora Road and Montea Avenue. He was released on a recognizance bond.

• A 28-year-old Reynoldsburg woman was charged with receiving stolen property, a first-degree misdemeanor, after an incident on Dec. 18. She allegedly took a pair of Under Armor Ladies' pants and a pair of American Eagle pants, worth a total of $57.94. She has pleaded not guilty and was released on a recognizance bond.

• A man was arrested on Dec. 20 on South Chillicothe Road after the police stopped him for a routine traffic stop. Police smelled marijuana and found the passenger, a Cleveland man, had brass knuckles, marijuana and a grinder in his pocket. The passenger also had a warrant for failing to appeal on a marijuana possession charge and a warrant for failing to appear on a traffic citation. He was taken to the Orange Police Department, one of the departments that had a warrant for his arrest.

• A man was arrested for drunken driving on Dec. 22 on Aurora-Hudson Road after he failed several field sobriety tests. He was provided with a court date and bonded out.

• Police went to a home on East Boulevard on Dec. 20 after a vehicle in the driveway appeared to be damaged, where someone had tried to gain access by prying its sunroof open. There was also duct tape stuck to the window. A police report was completed.

• Aurora Police were dispatched to a North Aurora Road address on Dec. 12 for a report of harassment. Police found a Bedford woman and a Streetsboro woman arguing. Due to conflicting statements, no charges were filed, but the Streetsboro woman was told she was not welcome back on the property.

• A Lyndhurst man was arrested on Dec. 13 on South Chillicothe Road for drunken driving. After he was stopped, he was issued a field sobriety test he did not pass. A test showed his blood-alcohol content was .149, almost twice the legal limit to drive. A passenger was also arrested on a warrant out of Garfield Heights.

• Police were sent to a local store on South Chillicothe Road for a report of a theft on Dec. 14. Unknown suspects left the store with a bag full of clothes. Police were unable to find anyone matching the descriptions and no value was provided.

• Two women entered a store on North Chillicothe Road on Dec. 15 and attempted to leave with two large bags of clothing. One of the females was stopped and gave back the clothes but both exited the store quickly. Police were unable to locate the two women. Total value lost was $100.

• Police went to a local store for a report of theft on South Chilichothe Road on Dec. 11. An unknown female left the store with $300 worth of merchandise, but police were unable to locate the woman matching the description. A written statement was completed.

• An Aurora woman reported she had been bitten by a dog on Linwood Lane on Dec. 12. She said the dog had bitten another dog a few months ago. A report was made.

• Police stopped a driver for speeding and found the Aurora man had an odor of alcohol on his breath on West Parkway Boulevard on Dec. 16. He was given a breath test and his blood-alcohol content was .161. The man was dropped off at his residence with a court date.