Aurora Police Reports

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Vehicles entered: An Aurora woman reported March 25 that someone entered her unlocked vehicle parked on Dora Lane and took her GPS valued at $90. On March 20, an Aurora woman reported someone entered her unlocked car on Aurora Hill Drive and took her purse, iPod, camera, GPS, iPod speaker, tennis shoes, books, cigarettes and medication. No value of the items was given.

Juvenile complaints: Someone reported March 22 that a group of juveniles was playing basketball on a Collica Cove court at 9:13 p.m. after the grounds were closed. The youths were gone upon an officer's arrival. On March 22, a Woodview Trail resident reported juveniles riding skateboards in the road and impeding traffic. An officer found all of the youths were wearing helmets and riding safely.

Dog complaints: A Sherwood Drive resident reported March 22 at 12:27 a.m. that a neighborhood dog was barking for 45 minutes. An officer located the canine's owner and it was brought inside. On March 23, a Woodland Trace woman reported she had a loose dog contained on her property. The animal control contractor was called, but before he could arrive the dog's owner picked up the animal.

Disorderly conduct: A South Chillicothe Road retailer reported March 26 that a male customer was irate about not receiving a discount and threw a pair of shoes into a bin. He and his mother were located and warned by police.

Scaring geese away: An Aberdeen Lane resident reported March 24 that a man in a golf cart was shooting an air gun which made a loud bang. An officer found it was a device used to scare away geese, but it does not discharge anything.

Cell phone found: Someone turned in a cell phone found March 19 at Woodhaven Court and Woodview Trail. Its owner was located.

Suspicious vehicles: A suspicious vehicle was reported March 25 in a Shawnee Trail parking lot. An officer found it was a patron of the business who came out to smoke in his car. On March 25, a Lloyd Avenue resident reported a suspicious vehicle off and on for the past few weeks. An officer found it was a woman who comes to a neighborhood park to walk in the mornings. On March 23, an Eggleston Road resident reported a suspicious vehicle driving in the area for some time. An officer could not locate the suspect.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Rear-end crash: A Streetsboro man was cited March 19 for assured clear distance after police said he struck an Aurora woman's vehicle from behind at Woodhaven Court and Woodview Trail. No injuries resulted.

Lost control: An Aurora woman lost control of her vehicle on West Garfield Road while trying to avoid rear-ending another vehicle March 20 and went into a woods at near West Pioneer Trail. No injuries resulted and no citation was issued.

Lot crash: Police said a Reminderville man struck another vehicle March 20 in an Aurora Commons parking lot. No injuries resulted.

Failure to yield: A Hiram woman was cited for failure to yield March 20 after she turned left from West Garfield Road into a driveway and was struck by a Garfield Heights man's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

Lost control: An Aurora man who was southbound on Page Road on March 21 went off the left side of the road, struck the driver's side mirror on a tree and drove through a wooden fence on Bartlett Road. No injuries resulted and no citation was issued.

Lot crash: Police said March 24 that a collision involving two Ravenna women occurred in a parking lot on South Chillicothe Road while they were trying to park. No injuries resulted.

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