Aurora Police Reports

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Fraudulent activities: A Timber Lane resident reported Feb. 1 that someone used his personal information to set up a utility account. Monetary value of the loss was uncertain. Then on Feb. 3, a St. Andrews Lane resident reported someone attempted to make an online purchase with her bank account. The transaction failed and no monetary loss occurred.

Warrant arrests: A Cleveland man was picked up on a failure to appear in court warrant for assault from Aurora and was taken to the Portage County Jail. A Cleveland man was picked up on a failure to appear in court warrant from Aurora for driving under the influence and was taken to the county jail. A Canton man was picked up on a failure to appear in court warrant from Aurora for violation of a protection order and was taken to the Portage County Jail. All these incidents occurred Feb. 4.

Open door: An officer secured a garage door at a vacant house which was reported open Feb. 3 on Brighton Drive.

Water pipe bursts: A High Bluff Drive resident reported Jan. 30 there was water shooting out of the side of a neighboring home at 4:30 p.m. and nobody was home. City crews shut off the water after it was determined a pipe for an irrigation system had burst.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Intersection crash: No citations were issued Feb. 2 after police said an Aurora city employee slid through a stop sign on West Pioneer Trail at Route 82 and was struck by a Twinsburg woman's vehicle at 7:11 a.m. No injuries resulted.

Rear-end crash: No citations were issued Feb. 2 and no injuries resulted when an Aurora woman struck a Chagrin Falls woman from behind at 1:19 p.m., pushing her into an Aurora man's vehicle at Routes 82 and 306.

Private property crash: No injuries resulted Feb. 2 when a South Euclid woman backed up on private property and struck an Aurora woman's vehicle at4:48 p.m. on Grandview Lane.

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