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

• Officers responded to a call that two women left a store with shoes they did not pay for on South Chillicothe Road. The complainant attempted to stop them as they left, but did not succeed. The two women were not located. The shoes were worth about $56.

• Officers responded to a report of shoplifters, where one person placed T-shirts in booster bags while the other person acted as a lookout. The two left the store on South Chillicothe Road on June 13 without paying for their items, but the items were worth about $880. The suspects were wearing masks and sunglasses and were not located.

• A vehicle that failed to stop at a stop sign and wove within the lanes of travel on June 14 on North Aurora Road near Treat Road was pulled over. The driver, an Aurora man, had an odor of alcohol on his breath and he was determined to be intoxicated after field sobriety tests were performed. He was placed under arrest for OVI, booked, refused to provide a breath sample and was later released on bond.

• A woman was pulled over on June 15 on West Garfield Road after several calls were made about two small children in the back seat with no car seats. All three Maple Heights women in the vehicle were identified and one was found to have a warrant out of Bedford. She was placed in a cruiser. The other two women and the children were brought to the station until child car seats could be found. The driver was cited for a child restraint violation.

• Lounge chairs and four dining chairs were reportedly taken from a clubhouse at Countrywood Trail on June 17 from the pool deck through a gate that had been broken open from the inside out. The property's estimated value was $8,258.

• A Beaumont Trail woman reported a utility company had been at her home for work. The next day, June 17, a man came to the door claiming to be from the company and requested her old equipment. He had no identification and no company vehicle, so she refused and he left. The company told the woman the man was not their employee, nor do they send anyone out to pick up equipment.