Police Reports

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Fireworks warning: After a report of fireworks being set off May 10 at 9:10 p.m. on South Sussex Court, an officer told the subjects they were prohibited from doing that, and they ceased.

Harassment: An officer warned a man May 9 to stop calling a North Aurora Road business, constantly trying to reach an employee.

Noise complaint: Someone on Orchard Avenue reported May 10 at 10 p.m. that juveniles playing basketball nearby were causing excessive noise. An officer advised the youths, who were then sitting on a front porch, to keep the noise down.

Wallet turned in: On May 7, an East Boulevard man turned in a wallet at the police station that he found in his neighborhood. The owner was located and the wallet returned.

Skateboard complaint: A Woodview Trail resident reported May 7 two males on skateboards racing a truck. An officer observed them being pulled by the truck, and advised them that skateboarding was not allowed on the street.

Gas theft: A woman reported May 8 that she prepaid for gas at a North Aurora Road station but gave the wrong pump number and someone else pumped her gas and left. The value was $20.

Juvenile complaint: An Aurora female juvenile was warned May 9 about riding a four-wheeler on city streets after she was seen on Chelmsford Drive.

Possible prowler: A Robinhood Drive woman reported May 9 hearing noises outside her home. Officers checked the area and found nothing unusual.

Youths warned: After a report of juveniles at a Nancy Drive boathouse May 10 at 12:20 a.m., an officer warned the subjects about curfew.

Vehicle left running: Someone reported May 10 a car was running in a South Chillicothe Road lot with unaccompanied young children inside. The car was gone upon an officer's arrival.

Dogs on loose: The animal control contractor was summoned May 9 for a report of a small dog running into traffic on Aurora-Hudson Road. On May 7, two dogs were reported loose on Old Barn Drive. When an officer arrived, they were back in their house.

Suspicious vehicle: After a report of a suspicious vehicle on East Mennonite Road, an officer discovered it was a newspaper delivery man.

Fishing complaint: Police were informed May 11 that a man who is not a resident of the neighborhood was fishing at Aurora Shores Marina. An officer could not locate the suspect.

Disorderly conduct: Two neighbors arguing May 11 on Moneta Avenue were reported. An officer responded and calmed the situation.

Dog attacked: A woman reported May 12 that while walking at Sunny Lake Park, another dog attacked hers. The other dog's owner was warned to keep her dog under control. The victims (woman and dog) were not injured.

Dog complaint: A West Parkway Boulevard resident reported May 13 two loose dogs were constantly barking at passing vehicles. When an officer arrived, the dogs had been taken back into their house.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Ignoring stop sign: An Aurora man was cited for ignoring a stop sign May 9 after police said pulled from Shawnee Trail onto Route 82 and struck another Aurora man's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

Lot crash: Vehicles driven by an Aurora woman and Aurora men collided May 10 in an Aurora Commons parking lot while they were backing out of spaces. No injuries resulted.

Rear-end crash: A Novelty woman was cited May 13 for assured clear distance after police said she struck a Chagrin Falls man's vehicle from behind in the 900 block of Route 306. No injuries resulted.

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