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Aurora Police Reports-June 7

Published: June 7, 2017 1:00 AM

Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department.

It is not intended to be all-inclusive.

 

Warrant transfers: An Akron man was transferred May 24 from Barberton police custody to Aurora on a warrant for failing to appear in court on a theft charge.

He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

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A Lexington, Ky. man was transferred May 29 from Bainbridge police custody to Aurora on a warrant for failing to appear in court for soliciting without a permit.

He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

 

Domestic dispute: Officers investigated a verbal argument May 24 between an estranged couple in the Geauga Lake area.

Police said nothing physical transpired and the parties were separated for the night.

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Harassment: Officers investigated a May 25 report from a Geauga Lake area woman about a man who keeps trying to contact her despite having a restraining order against him.

 

Property damage: A woman reported May 29 that damage was done to two bushes belonging to the Woods of Aurora HomeownersAassociation at South Bissell and Birchbark Trail.

Each shrub was valued at $40.

 

Items turned in: An Aurora man turned in some money May 29 that he found while jogging on Aurora-Hudson Road. It was being held at the police station.

A debit card was found and turned into police May 29. Police contacted the owner, who claimed the card.

 

Trespassing: Two Kent men were charged with criminal trespass and theft May 30 after being found on private property on Fairview Avenue, where "no trespassing" signs were posted.

They were found to have stolen items from the property, and were released on bond.

 

Fraud: A Burgess Circle man reported May 31 that an unknown person called him claiming he was a representative of an online banking service, and wanted his account numbers to deposit money into the man's account.

The man went to his bank and froze his accounts and did not suffer financial loss.

 

TRAFFIC-RELATED CASES

Suspended licenses: A Kent woman was cited May 30 for driving under suspension on North Aurora Road. She made arrangements for her car to be picked up and was taken to the Portage County Jail.

During a traffic stop on East Mennonite Road for having no rear license illumination, a Bedford woman was cited for driving under suspension and was wanted on a warrant from Oakwood police. She was turned over to Oakwood police.

 

Failure to yield: An Aurora man was cited for failing to yield May 25 after police said he turned left at Routes 43 and 82 into the path of an Aurora woman's car. No injuries were reported.

Failure to control: An Aurora man was cited for failing to control May 23 on Aurora-Hudson Road after police said he slammed on his brakes, causing a Broadview Heights man to hit him from behind.

Police believed the drivers were involved in a road rage rage incident at the time of the crash.

No injuries were reported.

 

Wrongful entrustment: An Aurora male juvenile was cited for wrongful entrustment May 23 after police said he and another Aurora male juvenile collided at a four-way stop at West Pioneer Trail and Birchbark Trail. The first driver was evaluated at the scene by Aurora EMS.


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