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

• An Aurora man reported his garage opener was stolen from an unlocked car on March 4 while his wife was at a local park on Trails End. The man completed a statement and a police report was filed.

• Police went to Elm Creek Way on March 5 for a report of a vehicle left along the street for several months. Police found the vehicle had two flat tires and an expired license plate. The Aurora woman who owned the car said she would get the tires fixed and park the vehicle in her garage.

• Police went to Club Drive on March 7 for a report of damaging after an unknown suspect hit a gate with an unknown vehicle overnight. Police completed a report.

• Police completed a report on March 7 for a report of damage to a vehicle on display outside of a business on North Aurora Road.

• Police arrested a Cleveland man on March 7 on South Chillicothe Road after finding he had a suspended license with some driving privileges and multiple warrants, including one out of Lakewood. The man was taken to the Cleveland Clinic in Twinsburg with chest pains and Lakewood Police made arrangements to pick him up.

• A 28-year-old Cleveland man was charged with receiving stolen property, a first-degree misdemeanor, after an incident on March 7 at a local store. He allegedly had stolen shoes worth about $65. He was released on a recognizance bond.

• Police went to a South Chillicothe Road store on March 9 for a report of a boy in the store without any parents. Police found his mother and gave her a verbal warning for child endangerment.

• Police went to Barrington Town Square on March 10 for a report of a Streetsboro couple causing a disturbance. A man was arrested on a warrant out of Solon. The woman was asked to leave by the business and went home in a rideshare car.