Domestic violence: An East Jackson Road woman was charged with domestic violence Sept. 15 after hitting her husband over the head with an object. The man refused treatment by Aurora paramedics. She was taken to the Portage County Jail.
Scaffolding theft: A Ben Shaw Road woman reported Sept. 17 that a scaffolding was taken from behind her house sometime overnight. No value was given.
Dirt bike warning: A juvenile male was warned Sept. 16 at 6:20 p.m. about riding his dirt bike on the sidewalk along South Sussex Court.
Fraud: A Bounty Road man reported Sept. 13 that someone tried to use his credit card, but the transaction was denied by the issuing company.
Road rage: Officers checked out a report Sept. 12 of two men arguing as a result of an road rage incident on West Pioneer Trail. Both were given verbal warnings.
Barking dogs: An Eldridge Road resident reported Sept. 12 that dogs were constantly barking at a neighboring house. An officer determined the dogs were in the house and a window was open.
Loud parties: A Buckingham Drive resident reported Sept. 14 at 11:30 p.m. that a loud party was in progress at a neighboring house, while someone else reported a loud party at 2:19 a.m. on the second floor of an apartment on North Aurora Road. Officers visited the locations and requested that the noise be kept down.
Turfed lawn: A Meadowbrook Drive resident reported Sept. 15 that someone"turfed" his lawn. No damage amount was given.
Theft charges: Three Akron women were charged with theft, possessing criminal tools and obstructing official business Sept. 15 at a South Chillicothe Road business. Value of the items taken was $500.
Hazardous freezer: A Whisperwood Lane resident reported Sept. 16 that a homeowner put a freezer out on the tree lawn for pickup with its door closed, which is contrary to guidelines. An officer advised the homeowner, who said he would take care of the problem.
Nuisance dogs: An Eldridge Road resident complained Sept. 16 about barking dogs, which has been a continual problem. No one was at the home, so an officer left a warning note.
Doors open: After a report of an open door Sept. 15 at a vacant house on Chatham Drive, an officer secured the door and the house. Meanwhile, a garage door was reported open Sept. 18 at a Normandy Court and no one was at home. An officer secured the door and found nothing suspicious in the area.
Another dog problem: A Page Road woman reported Sept. 15 that her neighbor's dog constantly comes onto her property. An officer advised the neighbor of the complaint.
Trailer hits key pad: Police investigated an accident on West Pioneer Trail private property in which a Hudson driver caught the edge of a key pad stand with his trailer while backing up. No injuries resulted.
Lot crash: Police said a Kent man backed up and hit an Aurora woman's vehicle in a parking lot on West Garfield Road. No injuries resulted.
Rear-end crash: Police said a Twinsburg man who was waiting to turn out of a parking lot onto West Garfield was struck from behind by a Bedford woman. No injuries resulted.
Parking violation: A Yorkshire Drive resident reported Sept. 16 that construction vehicles were blocking access to the road. The construction company was issued a ticket for illegal parking.