Police Reports

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Theft from car: A Sycamore Lane woman reported Jan. 19 that when she entered her car in the morning her GPS unit and a briefcase were missing and items from the glove box were strewn around the interior. No value of the missing items was given, and police said the woman was not sure whether the vehicle was locked.

Car entered: Another Sycamore Lane resident reported Jan. 21 someone rifled through his car. He was unsure if the vehicle was locked. Nothing was reported missing.

Cat attack: A Manchester Road woman reported Jan. 20 that her pet cat attacked her and she was in fear of the animal. Police contacted the animal control contractor to handle the situation. The woman declined medical attention.

Warrant arrest: A Cleveland woman was picked up Jan. 22 on a warrant from the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's Department for failing to appear in court. She was taken to the Portage County Jail to await pickup by Cuyahoga County deputies.

Credit card fraud: An Aurora man reported Jan. 22 that his business credit card was used fraudulently to purchase items totaling $210.

Missing wallet: After returning home Jan. 18, an Inwood Trail man reported his wallet was missing. Credit cards, his driver's license and $340 in cash were inside.

Harassment: A Surfside Circle woman reported Jan. 20 that she received harassing messages by phone. She was advised to change her number.

Loud music: A Barrington Place East resident reported Jan. 21 that loud music was playing nearby. The officer who responded could find no loud noise.

Vandalism: A resident near Winchell and Parker roads reported Jan. 21 that city stop signs were defaced. The service department was advised.

Dog at large: A loose dog was picked up by an officer Jan. 20 at Barlett and Page roads and taken to the police station to be picked up by the animal control contractor.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Drunk driving: A Hudson woman was cited Jan. 17 for driving under the influence on East Mennonite Road. She was released on a personal bond.

Failure to stop: A Willoughby man was cited Jan. 18 for failing to stop before entering a highway after police said he backed out of a driveway on South Chillicothe Road and hit an Aurora woman's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

Rear-end crash: An Aurora man was cited for assured clear distance on Jan. 16 after police said he struck an Aurora woman's vehicle from behind on Aurora-Hudson Road. No injuries resulted.

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