Aurora Police Reports

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Assault: A man reported Feb. 14 he was assaulted at an open gym basketball game at a local school. An investigation determined another player dribbled the ball into him, he lost balance and there was no malice intended.

Parent-child dispute: A Club Drive woman reported Feb. 13 a domestic dispute with her stepson. An officer found no evidence of physical violence, and the juvenile agreed to stay in his room for the night.

Criminal trespassing: An East Boulevard woman reported Feb. 16 someone was trying to enter her house, but left before she could confront him. Later in the day, the woman called to say the man returned and she does not want him there. An officer advised the man to stay away from the property.

Snatch and grab: A retailer on South Chillicothe Road reported Feb. 18 there was a "snatch and grab" theft in which items worth $3,000 were taken.

Unusual noise: A Greenbriar Drive woman reported Feb. 18 hearing a hissing sound outside her home. An officer discovered an outside faucet was running, and he turned it off.

Barking dog: A person reported Feb. 15 a barking dog was locked in a vehicle on West Garfield Road. An officer advised the owner of the situation when the latter returned to the car after patronizing a business.

Noise complaint: A Moneta Avenue resident reported Feb. 14 that loud music was playing at a neighbor's house. Upon arrival, an officer found all was quiet.

Injured deer: An Aurora-Hudson Road resident reported a deer injured nearby. Police destroyed the animal and called the service department for removal.

Rock damage: An Aurora-Hudson Road resident reported Feb. 19 that a semi-rig dragged a decorated rock off his property while making a turnaround. An officer located the rock and advised its owner.

UFO spotted: A Hurd Road resident reported Feb. 16 seeing an orange glow in the sky, but heard no noise. An officer discovered it was a Lifeflight helicopter.

Suspicious vehicles: An East Pioneer Trail resident reported Feb. 13 seeing a suspicious vehicle. An officer discovered it was someone being dropped off. The same day, a suspicious vehicle was spotted at Treat and North Chillicothe roads. An officer found a person was changing a flat tire. On Feb. 14, a suspicious vehicle was reported on North Aurora Road. An officer found it was a courier making a pickup.

Dropbox complaint: A person complained Feb. 17 that a post office dropbox was full and overflowing. Police contacted the postmaster to remedy the situation.

Lot collision: Police were notified Feb. 15 of a collision in a South Chillicothe Road parking lot in which a Kent man struck a Hudson woman's vehicle as she was pulling out of a space. No injuries resulted.

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