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Aurora Police Reports-Sept. 14

Published: September 14, 2016 1:00 AM
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Thefts: A Cleveland woman was charged Aug. 31 with theft of merchandise valued at $2,102 from a South Chillicothe Road store. She was taken to Portage County Jail.

An Aurora woman reported Sept. 1 her unlocked vehicle was ransacked while parked on East Pioneer Trail and several items were taken. No value was given.

A couple reported Sept. 4 that someone took several items from their parked car on their Chadwick Drive property. The woman's gym bag was found at a neighbor's house with nothing missing and her driver's license was later found on South Chillicothe Road. Both were returned. The loss was estimated at $115.

A Michigan man reported Sept. 4 that while visiting friends on Chadwick Drive, his unlocked vehicle was entered, but no items were believed missing.

A Highland Hills woman reported Sept. 4 that someone took her wallet from her unattended purse at Wildwater Kingdom. It contained $59 in cash, a bank card and miscellaneous items.

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A Mogadore woman was charged with theft Sept. 5 after police received reports of unattended bags and purses missing at Wildwater Kingdom. She was found with $408 in cash.

A North Aurora Road man reported Sept. 6 that someone broke into his locked deck refrigerator and took alcoholic beverages. No value was given.

Fraud: A Naomi Lane woman reported Aug. 31 that someone made a purchase worth $1,164 using her credit card. The fraud was discovered before the merchandise was delivered.

Warrant pickups: An Akron man was transferred from Macedonia to Aurora police custody Sept. 1 on a failure to appear in court warrant. He was taken to Portage County Jail.

A Richmond Heights man was transferred from Newburgh Heights to Aurora police custody on a warrant for felony theft. He was taken to Portage County Jail.

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A Garfield Heights woman was transferred from Solon to Aurora police custody Sept. 5 on a warrant for driving under suspension. She posted bond and was released.

Disorderly conduct: A woman was charged with disorderly conduct Sept. 1 after a resident reported a taxi dropped her off at a home on North Chillicothe Road. Officers found her lying in the grass and apparently intoxicated. She was checked out by Aurora paramedics and eventually released.

Car egged: An Aurora man reported Sept. 3 that while driving down Crackel Road, his windshield was struck by an egg. No damage was observed.

Trespassing: Police warned two Aurora men and an Aurora boy Sept. 3 after they were found fishing without permission on private property on Treat Road.

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Scratched door: A Uniontown man's car door was scratched when he and an adjacent Uniontown woman opened their doors at the same time while exiting their cars in a South Chillicothe Road lot. No injuries were reported.

Suspended license: During a registration check Sept. 7 on West Garfield Road, a Cleveland woman was found to be driving under suspension. Her vehicle was towed.

Rear-end crashes: An Aurora woman was cited Sept. 1 at 4:05 p.m. for assured clear distance after police said she struck a Peninsula woman's car from behind on South Chillicothe Road. No injuries were reported.

A Sagamore Hills man was cited for assured clear distance Sept. 7 at 6:45 p.m. after police said he struck a Broadview Height's woman's car from behind on West Garfield Road. No injuries were reported.

A Newton Falls man was cited for assured clear distance Sept. 2 at 11:45 p.m. after police said he struck a Mantua woman's car from behind on Route 43 at Aurora Farms Premium Outlets. No injuries were reported.

A Kent man was cited for assured clear distance Sept. 1 at 5:15 p.m. after police said he struck an Aurora woman's car from behind on North Aurora Road. No injuries were reported.

Failure to stop: A Twinsburg man was cited for failing to stop after an accident Aug. 30 at 2:25 p.m. on West Pioneer Trail. Police said the man struck an Aurora woman's car from behind and then left the scene. No injuries were reported.


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