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Aurora Police Reports-June 21

Published: June 21, 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.

Disputes: An Aurora woman was charged with domestic violence June 11 after an altercation on East Boulevard with her younger brother. She was taken to the Portage County Jail. No injuries were reported.

Officers responded June 12 to a call from an Aurora woman on South Chillicothe Drive about a verbal dispute between her daughter and her. It was found there were no threats of violence and nothing physical occurred. The two women were separated for the night.

An Aurora man was charged with domestic violence June 8 after an argument on Orchard Avenue turned physical. The man's girlfriend reported being hit and tackled and having her finger caught in a door. The man was taken to the Portage County Jail. Neither party required medical attention.

Thefts: A South Park Drive woman reported JUne 12 that two ducks in a cage in her backyard were missing. Officers said it didn't appear the cage was tampered with and no suspicious activity was reported. No value of the ducks was given.

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A South Chillicothe Road business reported June 9 that three men took merchandise valued at about $4,700 from the store and fled in a van with no license plates. Officers were unable to locate the suspects.

A Lake Avenue man reported JUne 12 that while cleaning out his garage, he noticed two saw blades and several tools were missing. No signs of forced entry was reported, and no suspects were identified. No value of the loss was given.

An Aurora woman reported June 8 that her son's Chromebook was taken from his bag in the Aurora High boys locker room. Police said a school libarian checked the serial number and discovered someone was using at. She was able to lock it from further use.

A South Chillicothe Road business reported June 8 that someone walked out of the store without paying for merchandise. Total value was $99. Officers were unable to locate a suspect.

A North Randall man reported June 10 that while shopping in a local store, his iPhone was taken. He said his mother put it down and when she went back for it, the phone was gone. No value was given.

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A South Chillicothe Road business reported June 11 that a woman left the store without paying for merchandise. Officers were unable to locate her, and no value of the loss was given.

Trespassing: Two Burton men, one Chagrin Falls man and a Willoughby man were charged with criminal trespassing June 13 after being found on private property on Treat Road where "no trespassing" signs were posted. They were released from the scene.

Several Twinsburg residents were warned June 13 regarding trespassing when they were found on private property off Squires Road. They were advised not to return.

Two Aurora men were given verbal warnings about trespassing June 9 after being found on private property off Squires Road. They were advised not to return.

Mailbox damage: A Page Road man reported June 9 that a construction cone was used to smack his mailbox from a moving vehicle during the night. No value of the loss was given.

Warrant arrests: A Moneta Avenue woman was arrested June 7 on a failure to appear in court for shoplifting warrant through Streetsboro police. She was turned over to Streetsboro officers.

An Aurora woman was transferred to Bainbridge police custody June 7 on an unspecified warrant.

An Independence man was transferred June 8 from Macedonia police custody to Aurora on a warrant for failing to appear in court on a driving under suspension charge. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

An Aurora man was transferred June 10 from Bainbridge police custody to Aurora on a warrant for failing to reinstate child support. He was taken to the Portage County Jail.

Wallet found: A person turned in a wallet found at a Barrington Town Square restaurant's parking lot. It belonged to a Florida man and contained a driver's license, credit cards and $23 in cash. The wallet was secured pending its return to the owner.


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