Cash swiped: A Cleveland woman reported Dec. 3 that $80 was taken from her purse while she was at work at a business on East Garfield Road.
Theft from store: A Cleveland man and a Warrensville Heights woman were charged Dec. 3 with receiving stolen property after a theft at South Chillicothe Road store. Value of the items taken was $286.
Vandalism: A Woodview Trail resident reported Nov. 29 that his mailbox was damaged and a pumpkin in the yard was smashed. No value of the loss was given.
Dog on the loose: A Harmon Road man was issued a warning Dec. 5 after his dog left his property and entered a neighbor's home through a temporarily opened door.
Lost money found: A person reported Dec. 4 having lost $123 in cash at an out-of-town grocery store. The money was found, but documentation of the loss with the police department was required to get it back.
Harassment: A Kingston Drive resident reported Dec. 5 receiving harassing phone calls in which threats were made against family members.
Parking complaint: Police checked out a vehicle Dec. 3 that was reportedly parked in a "no trespassing" area. An officer discovered the driver had been given permission by the property owner to park there.
Loose dog: A Parkview Drive resident reported Dec. 3 a dog at large in the neighborhood. An officer could not locate it.
Failure to control: A Twinsburg man was cited for failure to control Dec. 2 at 10:50 p.m. after police said he fell asleep and struck four mailboxes along Orchard Avenue. No injuries resulted.
Improper backing: An Aurora man was cited for improper backing Nov. 29 at 1:15 p.m. after he was heading westbound on East Mennonite Road, stopped at Route 43, then backed up and struck another Aurora man's vehicle. He said he backed up because a semi-rig needed space to turn from Route 43 onto Mennonite. No injuries resulted.
Car wash damage: A person reported Nov. 29 at 9:15 a.m. that his truck got stuck in a local car wash and was damaged. No damage estimate was given.
Vehicle damages yard: A Hardwick Drive woman reported Dec. 5 at 12:20 p.m. a vehicle drove into her yard to avoid a construction truck and caused an undetermined amount of damage. The driver agreed to make restitution to the property owner. Police said charges would be filed if restitution is not made.