Police Reports

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Lost hiker: A man reported June 4 he was walking in a nature sanctuary and could not find his way back to his car. An officer took him to his vehicle.

Fraud: A Kingston Drive man reported May 29 someone opened credit card accounts in his name. The transaction was not approved, so no loss was incurred.

Warrant arrest: A Highland Hills woman was transferred June 1 from Beachwood police to Aurora on a failure to appear in court warrant. She was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Yard damaged: A Parkview Drive resident reported May 30 that landscapers damaged his backyard. He was advised it was a civil issue and he should call the property's management company to make repairs.

Loud party: An officer visited a party June 3 at 12:45 a.m. on Brookfield Drive to quiet down the crowd after a complaint about excessive noise.

Dog citation: A Chelmsford Drive woman was given a written warning June 2 for a constantly barking dog.

Disorderly conduct: A Moneta Avenue resident reported June 3 that people were talking very loudly outside at 11:15 p.m. An officer responded and the parties agreed to quiet down. On May 31 and June 2, a Bryce Avenue resident reported loud music at 1:40 p.m. and 6:50 p.m., respectively. An officer responded and found no excessive noise both times. On June 1, a Cobblestone Road resident reported a radio blasting loudly and loud singing into a microphone. An officer contacted the suspect and she agreed to turn down the volume.

Deer struck: A person reported June 3 that a driver in front of him hit a deer on South Chillicothe Road. City personnel destroyed the deer and cleared it from the road.

Injured duck: A Hampton Circle resident reported June 2 an injured mallard duck in his backyard. The animal control contractor was summoned for removal.

Disorderly conduct: Someone at a West Garfield Road business reported May 30 that a person was knocking on doors and windows after hours wanting to use the restroom. The subject left the area before officers arrived.

Suspicious vehicle: Someone reported June 1 a suspicious vehicle in the area frequently. An officer discovered it was an area employee on break.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Stop sign citation: An Aurora woman was cited May 29 for ignoring a stop sign after police said she struck another Aurora woman at West Pioneer Trail and Bissell. No injuries resulted

Rear-end crash: An Aurora woman was cited for assured clear distance June 1 after police said she struck another Aurora woman's car at Barrington Boulevard and North Chillicothe Road. No injuries resulted.

Police struck: Police said a Kent man struck a utility pole June 3 while exiting a parking lot on North Aurora Road. No injuries resulted.

Racing on street: A Chadwick Drive resident reported May 30 that two vehicles were racing up and down the street. An officer warned the drivers against such activity.

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