Aurora Police Reports

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Theft from cars: An Eldridge Road resident reported July 1 that some change and a credit card were taken overnight from two unlocked cars on the property.

Found items: An Eldridge Road woman reported June 30 that she found miscellaneous papers and a case in her yard. It was discovered they were taken from an unlocked car at a neighboring home.

Noise complaints: A Lloyd Avenue resident reported June 26 that a neighbor was mowing his lawn at 9:30 p.m. and it was disturbing some residents. An officer advised the culprit of the complaint. On July 1, a Moneta Avenue resident reported noisy neighbors playing yard games after midnight. An officer advised the group, who agreed to cease for the night.

Soliciting complaint: Someone reported June 29 that a man was soliciting for food and money at Aurora Commons. An officer advised the man of a city ordinance prohibiting soliciting without a permit, and the man left the area.

Loose dogs: A Hurd Road resident reported June 29 that two dogs were running loose. An officer located and contained the dogs while a colleague contacted the owners.

Mischievous youth: A Buckingham Drive resident reported June 27 a neighboring juvenile visits the home when nobody is there and jiggles the door handle, thus setting off an alarm system. An officer visited the youth's mother, who assured him the incidents wouldn't happen again.

Fireworks: A Trails End resident reported June 26 hearing what sounded like fireworks. All was quiet upon an officer's arrival.

Suspicious vehicle: A Deerfield Lane resident reported June 27 a suspicious parked vehicle nearby. An officer found it was a neighbor's boyfriend who was visiting and his car was disabled. He was working on getting it repaired and moved.

Disturbance: A Sycamore Lane resident reported June 28 at 10 p.m. that loud music was playing nearby. An officer located the source and the subjects agreed to turn down the volume.

Open door: A Bryce Avenue woman reported July 2 that upon waking up she found the back door to her deck open. An officer checked the area and it appeared a raccoon had tried to reach a garbage can and jarred the door open.

Canine found: A dog at large in the New Hudson Road-Shawnee Trail area June 26 turned out to be a resident's missing dog. The owner confirmed its identity and took the canine home.

Suspicious person: Someone reported a suspicious person near Lena Drive and South Chillicothe Road. An officer discovered it was a temporary employee for an area business waiting for a ride.

Injured animals: Someone reported June 26 that a turtle, apparently hit by a car, was floundering on North Aurora Road. An officer could not locate the animal. Also that day, someone reported an injured baby deer on West Garfield Road with other deer wandering around it. The animals were gone when an officer arrived.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Stop sign violation: A Solon man was cited for not stopping at a stop sign June 26 after an accident in the northern part of the city. Police said he pulled out of Aurora Lake Road onto Route 43 and struck a southbound vehicle driven by an Aurora man. No injuries resulted.

Lot crash: Police said an Aurora man backed out of a parking lot space on West Garfield Road and struck a Beavercreek woman's vehicle. No injuries resulted.

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