Assault claimed: A person reported Oct. 31 being the victim of an assault on California Avenue. Officers determined the complainant was the aggressor and no charges were filed. The person was taken by Aurora paramedics to a medical facility for evaluation.
Harassment: A Dora Lane woman reported Oct. 27 being stalked by her ex-boyfriend. An officer contacted the suspect and he agreed not to have any further contact with the woman.
Damage to home: An Eggleston Road woman reported Oct. 26 that damage was done to her house while she had people watching it. An officer advised her that she could file a case in small claims court.
Deer stuck in gate: A caller reported Oct. 27 that a deer's antlers were stuck in a sliding gate off Treat Road and the animal could not get free. When an officer arrived, the animal was gone.
Raccoon complaints: A Fairview Avenue resident reported Oct. 26 that he removed an alive but injured raccoon from the roadway. When an officer responded, the animal was gone. Meanwhile on Oct. 29, a person reported a possibly rabid raccoon on Old Mill Road. Again, the animal was gone upon an officer's arrival.
Suspicious person: A Chatham Drive resident reported Oct. 29 seeing a man walking in the neighborhood wearing a hooded sweatshirt and carrying a flashlight. The person was gone upon an officer's arrival.
Home secured: An officer secured a home on Riley Road after an Oct. 27 report from a neighbor that a garage door was open and the owners were not home. The owners were notified.
Loud motorcycle: A person reported Oct. 25 that a loud motorcycle was going up and down the Club Drive West. An officer could not locate the rider.
Found credit card: A woman turned in a credit card she found Nov. 25 on North Chillicothe Road. Police notified the cardholder it had been found.
Scrap taken: A Sycamore Lane resident reported Oct. 25 two men in a vehicle were taking scrap from a construction site. An officer could not locate the men.
Harassment: An Eggleston Road resident reported Oct. 25 receiving harassing calls as a result of political signs in his yard.
Mailbox damage: A Kingston Drive woman reported Oct. 25 that a political campaign worker backed into her mailbox, causing damage. The worker was contacted and agreed to repair the damage.
Dog suffers bite: A Townline Road woman reported Oct. 25 her dog was bitten by a stray dog. The owner of the stray dog was located and a message was left to contact police.
Party complaint: A resident on Millpond Road reported Oct. 27 that vehicles were parked on the street with people standing around them. An officer discovered a party was going on at a home.
Suspicious truck: A Chelmsford Drive woman reported Oct. 29 a large flat bed truck was outside her home. An officer discovered it was a construction crew working.
Candy left on porch: A Willard Road woman reported Oct. 30 someone pounded on her door and left a bag of candy on the front porch. An officer discovered a friend had dropped off a Halloween gift.
Lot collision: Two Aurora men were involved in a parking lot collision Oct. 26 on West Pioneer Trail. While they were exiting the lot, one driver backed up and struck the other. No injuries resulted.
Motorcycle on ground: The owner of a motorcycle parked in a Barrington Town Square lot reported Oct. 25 it had either fallen over or been knocked over. Police said no point of impact damage was observed.