Police Reports

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Domestic dispute: A Ravenna man was charged March 30 with violation of a protection order. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Golf cart complaint: After a complaint was received, an officer contacted a man riding his golf cart on Summerhill Drive on April 2, and advised him to take the vehicle back to his home.

Missing license plate: An Elm Creek Way woman reported March 31 that her license plate was missing from her vehicle.

Customer dispute: A business on Shawnee Trail reported March 31 that a customer was disputing a bill for $1,800. The woman and her companion were asked to leave the business, and the bill was a civil matter.

Noise complaint: A North Aurora Road resident reported March 30 a car in the parking lot with loud music playing. An officer responded and could not find the culprits.

Warrant arrest: A Burton man was transferred March 30 from Geauga County custody to Aurora for warrants for operating a vehicle under the influence and abusing harmful intoxicants. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Damaged mailbox: A North Bissell Road resident reported March 29 his mailbox was damaged overnight. No value was given.

Missing pallets: A business on Campus Drive reported March 28 someone took pallets from behind the building. No value was provided.

Juvenile complaint: A Buckingham Drive resident reported March 28 a juvenile was shooting a BB gun. The suspect was located and advised not to shoot in the neighborhood.

Open door: A person reported March 30 there was a door open at a vacant East Garfield Road building. An officer advised the building owner, who said he had been working there earlier and must have left the door open.

Missing ID: A person reported March 31 he lost his military identification on South Chillicothe Road

Suspicious vehicles: A caller reported March 31 a suspicions vehicle in a West Pioneer Trail parking lot. An officer discovered a man was doing work on a cell phone tower. On April 1, a suspicious vehicle was reported in a North Aurora Road parking lot when nobody should have been there. The vehicle was gone when an officer arrived.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Vehicle stuck: An officer checked out a vehicle March 29 that had drifted off East Garfield Road and was stuck beside the road. The woman driver said she was waiting for a friend to come and pull her out.

Failure to control: A Streetsboro woman was cited for not maintaining control of her vehicle March 26. Police said she went off the right side of Page Road, went back left of center and struck an oncoming Ravenna woman's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

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