Aurora Police Reports


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

- An unknown woman wearing a mask took several watches from a South Chillicothe Road store on July 15 and concealed them in her purse. She was also coughing, possibly to keep people away from her, police said. The value lost was $810.

- A 53-year-old Aurora woman was charged with violating a protection order, a first-degree misdemeanor. On July 15, she allegedly contacted a Nautilus Trail man she was ordered to have no contact with. She allegedly contacted him through the Portage County jail telephone system. She pleaded not guilty and remains in the Portage County jail in lieu of bond.

- Aurora police went to a Trail’s End park on July 15 for a report of two teenage boys breaking into a vacant shack located near the park. The teenagers admitted to police they were in the shack. They were taken back to the station to be charged with trespassing and placed on diversion with community service. Police said there was no ill intent from the juveniles or damage.

- A Moreland HIlls man showed police a transaction on his credit card for $997 with the name of a Pepper Pike man whom the Moreland HIlls man sold a business to last year. The credit card was canceled.

- A Chardon man was charged and given a court date for panhandling on North Aurora Road on July 15.

- Police went to a South Chillicothe Road store for a report of an unknown man who concealed items and left the store on July 16. Police searched for the man but were not able to find him. Total loss was unknown.

- An Aurora man was charged with domestic violence on July 17 on Aurora Hills Drive after an argument. The man was arrested and taken to the Portage County jail without incident.

- A Rocky River man was warned by police for disorderly conduct on July 19 on South Chillicothe Road. He was not permitted to enter a local store, where he caused a disturbance. The man later left the premises.

- Police were sent to a Hurt Road residence for a report of a verbal dispute between an Aurora woman and her Bedford sister. The sister had left the premises by the time police arrived and a report was completed.