Jewelry heist: A Chagrin Falls woman reported Oct. 22 that her elderly mother who resides in Aurora was a victim of theft. Several pieces of jewelry worth an estimated $5,000 were taken.
Another theft: A Cambridge Drive resident reported Oct. 17 that a camera and GPS unit were taken from his unsecured vehicle during the evening hours. No value was given.
Harassment: A Sycamore Lane man reported Oct. 20 that he was being harassed via text messages and phone calls by his ex-wife. He was advised that it was a civil matter.
Park theft: A parks and recreation department employee reported Oct. 22 a wooden storage box valued at $60 was taken from Sunny Lake Park.
Key stolen: A Lake Avenue man reported Oct. 22 that someone entered his unlocked vehicle overnight and took the key out of the ignition.
Noise complaint: An Appaloosa Run resident reported Oct. 19 screaming and yelling nearby. An officer found some juveniles were having a party and playing hide and seek. The host of the party was advised and agreed to tell the youths to quiet down.
Loud truck: A Bartlett Road resident reported a loud truck driving in a field behind his home. An officer could not locate the vehicle.
Campaign complaint: An East Boulevard resident reported Oct. 22 a man going door to door attempted to open the screen door, frightening her children who were home alone. An officer discovered the man was passing out campaign literature. The subject was advised not to open any more screen doors.
Truck complaint: An Orchard Avenue resident reported Oct. 18 that work trucks were driving up and down the street. Officers were unable to locate the culprits.
Suspicious vehicle: Someone reported Oct. 18 that an occupied vehicle was parked on the street for a long period of time. An officer found the occupants were workers waiting for their foreman to arrive to start work.
False alarm: A Lloyd Avenue woman reported Oct. 18 that an unfamiliar vehicle was parked in her driveway. It was discovered it was one of her children's friends.
Rear-end crash: A Euclid woman was cited for assured clear distance Oct. 19 after police said she struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind at Routes 43 and 306. The Aurora man declined transport to a medical facility.
Failure to yield: A Streetsboro woman was cited for failing to yield during a left turn Oct. 22 after she attempted to turn from Aurora Industrial Parkway onto Route 43 and struck another Streetsboro woman's vehicle. One driver and a passenger were treated by paramedics.