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Aurora Police Reports-Nov. 23

Published: November 23, 2016 1:00 AM
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Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Thefts: A Euclid women reported Nov. 3 two rings were taken from her purse in a locker at an East Garfield Road spa. Value was given as $1,500.

A California man reported Nov. 5 that items were taken from his unlocked vehicle on Wheatfield Drive.

They included clothing, an iPad, sunglasses, a check book, credit card and pocket knife. Estimated valued was $3,671.

A Wheatfield Drive man reported Nov. 5 that a flashlight was taken from his unlocked vehicle parked at his home. No value was given.

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Two Cleveland men were charged with felony receiving stolen property Nov. 5 after being found with merchandise valued at $1,362. The alleged theft took place at a South Chillicothe Road retailer and the men were apprehended by Bainbridge police after fleeing in a vehicle. A juvenile with the men was picked up at the police station by his mother. The men were taken to the Portage County Jail.

A South Chillicothe Road retailer reported Nov. 11 that a man made off with a bag full of clothing without paying. No value was given.

Dispute: A Euclid man was charged with obstructing official business and domestic violence Nov. 3 after police said he hit his girlfriend and gave false names to police. The woman refused medical evaluation, and the man was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Harassment: A Sycamore Drive man reported Nov. 2 that a man has been ringing his doorbell and running away. Police located a suspect from Bedford and warned him not to return to the property.

Vandalism: An East Acadia Point woman reported Nov. 6 that her mailbox was damaged. No value was given.

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A Bryce Avenue woman reported Nov. 11 that the back window of her vehicle was damaged, but nothing was reported missing.

A West Homestead Drive man reported Nov. 12 that someone turfed his lawn. No damage estimate was given.

A Streetsboro woman reported Nov. 14 that while at work on South Chillicothe Road, her vehicle's fuel tank door flap was broken. No value was given.

Identity theft: A Greentree Circle woman reported Nov. 7 that someone used her credit card information to make purchases totaling $4,200.

A Holly Oak Lane woman reported Nov. 10 that someone tried to open credit card accounts in her name.

Open car door: A Wheatfield Drive woman reported Nov. 7 that she found a door of her unlocked car open in her driveway. Nothing was missing, and there was no damage to the car.

Disorderly conduct: A woman at an East Boulevard apartment was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after an incident Nov. 6. Police were called twice late at night to the scene after neighbors reported the woman was throwing objects against a wall and yelling obscenities. Police also said she called 911 several times, shouting obscenities.

They said she had bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol. She became combative with officers and was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Warrant transfer: A Waynesburg man was transferred from Ohio Highway Patrol custody to Aurora Nov. 9 on a warrant for complicity. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Briefcase found: An officer on patrol Nov. 11 found a briefcase along Nautilus Trail. It was secured at the police station until claimed.

Harassment: A Boston Heights man reported Nov. 14 that a female customer at his Aurora restaurant threatened him. The woman was contacted and admitted to having too much to drink, and said she would not return to the eatery.



Bus fender-bender: Police said a Twinsburg school bus struck the rear of a Bedford school bus Nov. 7 while they were dropping off students at an East Boulevard school. No injuries were reported.

Two citations: Police cited two drivers Nov. 9 after a collision on North Bissell Road. Police said an Aurora woman was delivering newspapers, made a left turn into a driveway and struck a Doylestown woman's vehicle which was trying to pass. The Aurora woman was cited for not using turn signals and the Doylestown woman for illegal passing. The Doylestown woman was treated at Cleveland Clinic-Twinsburg.

Red light violation: An Aurora juvenile female was cited for ignoring a red light Nov. 4 after a collision at Routes 43 and 306.

Police said she was northbound making the bend at Route 306, went through the light and struck a southbound Streetsboro woman's car. The latter was treated at the scene by Aurora paramedics.

Motorcycle crash: An Aurora man riding a motorcycle was treated Nov. 7 at Route 43 and Mennonite Road after police said he turned left from 43 onto East Mennonite, lost control and crashed. He was not transported to a medical facility.

Car hits deer: An Aurora woman struck a deer Nov. 3 on Page Road after it ran out of a wooded area. No human injuries were reported.

Rear-end crash: Police was a Streetsboro man struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind Oct. 28 at South Chillicothe and Aurora-Hudson roads. No injuries were reported and no citation was issued.

Hit-skip: A Ravenna man reported Nov. 6 that while he was passing a stopped vehicle on the side of East Pioneer Trail, the mini-van driver pulled onto the road, sideswiped him and left without stopping. No injuries were reported.

Collision: Police said a Chagrin Falls female juveniles pulled from Treat Road onto Route 43 and struck a Burton woman's vehicle in the left rear.

No citation was issued and no injuries were reported.

Failure to yield: An Aurora female juvenile was cited Nov. 9 at 7 a.m. for failing to yield after police said she pulled from a driveway onto Aurora-Hudson Road and struck a passing Aurora woman's vehicle. No injuries were reported.

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