Aurora Police Reports

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Mailboxes damaged: A Kimberly Drive woman reported June 20 that her mailbox was damaged, apparently by a passing vehicle, and was laying in a ditch. She also reported damage to her landscaping. No value of the damage was given. On June 19, a Lloyd Avenue woman reported a vehicle left the road and struck her mailbox. No value of the damage was provided.

Fireworks complaint: A South Pine Court resident reported June 21 that several males at a neighboring home were setting off fireworks. An officer spoke with the culprits and told them to cease the activity.

Loose dog warning: A South Chillicothe Road woman was given a verbal warning June 21 for having a dog at large.

Barking dog: An East Acadia Point resident reported June 20 that a neighboring dog was out for a long period of time barking. The owner agreed to bring the animal indoors.

Noise complaint: A Walnut Ridge Trail resident reported June 19 there were a lot of cars parked in the area with loud music playing. The car owners told police they were waiting for a party bus to arrive. They agreed to keep the noise down.

Injured goose: A person reported June 25 that an injured goose was on South Chillicothe Road at the south city limits. The animal was destroyed and removed.

Deer shot: After receiving a report June 18 about an injured deer in a ditch on East Mennonite, an officer destroyed the animal.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Rear-end crashes: Police said a Hiram man struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind June 20 at East Garfield and Townline roads. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. On June 18, police said a Southington woman was cited for assured clear distance after she struck a Mantua woman's vehicle from behind on West Garfield Road. Also on July 18, an Aurora woman was cited for assured clear distance after police said she struck an Aurora man's vehicle from behind on South Chillicothe Road.

Speeding complaint: A Nautilus Trail resident reported June 19 that someone was riding a motorcycle at a high rate of speed. An officer could not locate the suspect.

Parking violation: Someone on Lexington Way reported June 25 that a landscaping vehicle was parked in front of a fire hydrant. Police contacted the subject, who moved the vehicle.

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