Aurora blotter


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

- Officers went to Eldridge Road on June 25 after a woman reported her neighbor’s dog was loose and was chasing her pets. The Aurora man was issued a summons for having a dog at large and was told to keep his animals confined to his property.

- Police went to a West Garfield Road business June 25 for a report of an envelope sent to an employee who no longer works there. Inside the envelope were pills in a small bag. Police found the sender, who said he was sending a friend Viagra whom he thought worked at the business. Police took the pills as possible evidence and they will be sent for testing.

- A Mayfield man and a Highland Heights woman were issued citations for disorderly conduct on June 28 on North Aurora Road after they were yelling at each other in a parking lot of a local business.

- Police asked a West Virginia woman and a Hannibal man to leave a Fairview Avenue residence on June 28 after a verbal argument between family members.

- Police went to a Club Drive residence on June 28 for a report of a domestic dispute between a father and his adult son. Police told the two to separate and the adult son went to a friend’s home for the night.

- A Highland Heights man called the police June 28 to a South Aurora Road location for help with calming down his girlfriend, a Bedford woman. The woman, who was intoxicated, took off on foot after an argument. Officers were able to calm the woman down and both parties agreed they would be comfortable leaving together.

- An Aurora woman reported on June 29 when she picked up her father-in-law’s belongings from a local facility after he died, his wallet was not with the other items. All the credit cards have been canceled and it’s unknown if the wallet was lost or stolen. The woman completed a written statement.