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Aurora Police Reports-Oct. 12

Published: October 12, 2016 1:00 AM
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Dispute: A Geauga Lake area woman reported Oct. 4 she was being harassed by a neighbor over an air-conditioning unit. Officers advised the parties to avoid contact with each other.

Bicycle found: After a report of an abandoned bicycle laying along North Chillicothe Road, an officer brought it to the station for safe keeping until claimed by its owner.

Warrant arrest: An Aurora man was served a warrant Oct. 2 for an unspecified cause. He was transferred to Bainbridge police custody.

Identity theft: A Deerfield Lane woman reported Sept. 28 that someone made about $150 in unauthorized purchases on her credit card. The card company was notified and canceled it.

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Suspended license: During a registration check Sept. 30 on East Garfield Road, an Aurora man was cited for driving under suspension. His vehicle was towed.

Dirt bike chase: After a high-speed chase Oct. 3 at 5:10 p.m. over several roads and through yards in the southern part of town, a Streetsboro dirt bike rider was apprehended and cited for failing to comply, reckless operation and having no registration. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Rear-end crash: A Ravenna woman was cited for assured clear distance Oct. 1 after police said she struck a Bedford Heights woman's car from behind on North Bissell Road near Route 43 and pushed it into a Chagrin Falls woman's car. No injuries were reported.

Lane change violation: An Aurora woman was cited for not driving in marked lanes Sept. 28 at 4:45 p.m. Police

said she was going north on North Aurora Road near East Boulevard and switched lanes, forcing an Aurora woman beside her to strike the curb. No injuries were reported.


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