Theft charge: An Aurora woman was charged with theft June 17 after police said she concealed $157 worth of merchandise in her handbag at a South Chillicothe Road business. She was released on bond.
Fireworks: An Oak Hollow Road resident reported June 16 someone was setting off fireworks in the neighborhood. An officer could not locate the suspects. On June 17, an officer warned subjects about the city's ordinance regarding fireworks when he found them setting some off on Aurora-Hudson Road.
Lost property: A woman reported June 17 that her iPhone and case were missing from her car parked in an East Mennonite Road lot. The report didn't indicate whether the car was locked. No value was provided.
Argument: An argument neighbors regarding the placement of a hot tub was reported June 14 on Arbor Way. An officer advised the parties to come to a mutual agreement.
Dam dispute: A person on Harmon Road reported June 14 a neighbor was building a dam that blocked the flow of water and caused a problem
for the complainant. He was advised it was a civil matter.
Loud music: A Whisperwood Lane resident reported June 15 that loud music was playing in the area. An officer could not locate the culprits.
Broken windshield: A person reported June 15 that someone broke the windshield of his vehicle while it was parked on North Aurora. No estimate of the ºdamage was given.
Faulty washing machine: A Manchester Road woman reported June 15 that her washing machine wouldn't turn off and water was flooding her residence. An officer helped drain the water and advised her to call the property's maintenance staff for repairs.
Wallet lost: An Aurora man reported June 12 he lost his wallet somewhere in the West Garfield Road vicinity. It contained a $20 bill, driver's license, debit card and miscellaneous papers. He was advised to notify a credit company.
Warrant arrest: A woman was picked up June 15 on Chelmsford Drive on a warrant for receiving stolen property and obstructing official business. She was released on bond.
Noise complaints: A Bryce Avenue resident reported June 11 juveniles were outside making a lot of noise. An officer advised the youths and their parents to keep the noise down. A Moneta Avenue resident reported June 11 that a dog was on a neighbor's porch barking for an hour. An officer could not locate the animal. A Deerfield Lane resident reported June 13 a vehicle with loud music playing. An officer told the culprits to keep the volume down.
Dog complaint: A Hurd Road resident reported June 12 someone was walking a dog in a posted "no dogs allowed" area. An officer told the dog's owner to leave.
Injured deer: A person reported June 18 an injured deer was in a ditch along East Mennonite Road. An officer destroyed it.
Suspicious walkers: Police were informed of males walking along North Aurora Road at 2 a.m. An officer found out they were heading to a convenience store to get slushies.
Dog chase: A caller in the area of Route 43 and East Boulevard reported June 17 her neighbor's dog got loose and was chasing a cat. She later advised the dog had been located by the owner after a chase.
Animal welfare: A person reported June 17 that a dog was left unattended in a hot car at a South Chillicothe Road business. When an officer arrived, the owner had just returned and was leaving the area.
Injured goose: An injured goose was reported June 17 in a ditch along Greenview Drive. When an officer arrived, the goose had run into the woods.
Pesky raccoon: A Devorah Drive woman reported June 16 there was a raccoon apparently trying to get out of a vent in her home. Police called the animal control contractor to handle the situation.
Intersection crash: No citations were issued in a June 12 crash involving two Aurora women on South Chillicothe Road at the Aurora Farms Premium Outlets access road. Police said one woman turned left from Route 43 and struck the other woman's car. It could not be determined who had the right-of-way since both drivers claimed they had a green light and a witness could not dispute either woman's story. No injuries were reported.
Lane-change violation: An Aurora man was cited June 13 for not driving in marked lanes after police said he attempted a last-second lane change on Route 82 and struck an Aurora woman's car. No injuries resulted.
Rear-end crash: A Chagrin Falls woman was cited for assured clear distance June 14 after police said she struck a Highland Height's woman vehicle from behind on Route 306. One passenger in the Highland Heights woman's car was taken to Cleveland Clinic for treatment.
Rear-end crash: A Streetsboro woman was cited June 14 for assured clear distance after police said she struck another Streetsboro woman's car from behind on South Aurora Road. No injuries resulted.
Light pole hit: No injuries resulted June 15 when a Westlake man spun out and clipped a light pole while turning left at Warwick Court and Club Drive.
Deer struck: A driver reported hitting a deer June 15 on South Chillicothe Road. The carcass was dragged to the side of the road for removal by the city's service department.
Private lot collision: A collision in a Barrington Town Square parking lot occurred June 16 involving vehicles driven by an Aurora man and an Aurora woman.