Aurora Police Reports

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Fraud incidents: An Aurora woman reported March 17 that she was the victim of an employment scam via phone. No monetary loss was reported. An Aurora man reported March 18 that someone used his personal information to open an account in Florida and charged $209 to it.

Coyotes spotted: A Sherwood Drive woman reported March 18 that she spotted two coyote pups on her property the week before. She was advised to call back if they come around again.

Injured deer: An Aurora-Hudson Road resident reported March 17 seeing an injured deer walking around the area. An officer could not locate the animal.

Warrant arrest: A Wickliffe man was transferred to Aurora custody on March 14 on a warrant for theft. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Domestic violence: An Aurora man was charged March 13 with domestic violence on Deerfield Lane after police said he threatened his mother and physically attacked her husband. He was taken to the Portage County Jail. The victims did not require medical attention.

Suspicious vehicle: A person on Lake Trail reported March 13 a vehicle parked at a vacant house. An officer responded and found the subjects were making repairs to the home.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Failure to yield: A Mantua man was cited March 16 for failing to yield the right of way after police said he exited East Mennonite Road onto Route 43 and struck a Brookpark man's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

Lot crash: A Chagrin Falls man backed out of a parking space March 15 on North Chillicothe Road and struck an Aurora man's vehicle while it was traveling down the aisle. No injuries resulted.

Hydrant struck: Police said an Aurora man struck a fire hydrant during moderate snowfall March 13 at Aurora Commons. No injuries resulted.

Car in ditch: Someone reported March 13 that a car was off the road at Page and Bartlett roads, but when an officer arrived the vehicle was gone.

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