Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive.
Trespassing: A Lakewood man and a Cleveland woman were charged with criminal trespassing June 21 after being found on private property off Fairview Avenue with well-posted "no trespassing" signs.
Three men from Chardon, Novelty and Burton, plus one woman from Medina, were charged with criminal trespassing June 21 after being found on private property off Treat Road with well-posted "no trespassing" signs.
Theft: A Rock Cfreek Drive woman reported June 26 that her mailbox had been stolen overnight. No suspects were identified. Value of the box was $60.
Harassment: A Chatham Drive man reported June 21 that an unknown person was contacting him and his grandmother seeking personal information. Police advised him to notify officers if he hears from the suspect again.
A Moneta Avenue woman reported receiving suspicious phone calls June 23 from an unknown number. No suspects were identified.
A Cleveland man reported June 24 a verbal attack by an Aurora man while at a park. The man did not wish to press charges.
Domestic dispute: Officers responded June 22 to a call in Four Seasons from a Twinsburg woman about a verbal and physical argument between herself and her boyfriend. Neither party decided to press charges.
Fraud: A Walnut Ridge Trail woman reported June 21 that someone tried to change her bank account address using her personal information. The bank corrected all information, and police said there was no financial loss.
A Greenview Drive man reportded June 23 that an unknown person was using a credit card in his name and charged $138 on it. The bank canceled the card and the items ordered were stopped before they were picked up.
Inappropriate behavior: An Aurora woman reported June 26 that while giving a man directions at an Aurora Commons business, he tried to hug her as a thank-you and touched her inappropriately. The man could not be identified.
Hit-skip: A Trails End man reported JUne 21 that while returning from a walk, he noticed from a distance a car hit the side of his car. No suspect or witness was located, and no value of the damage was given.
Rear-end crashes: A Greenwich man was cited June 24 for assured clear distance after police said he struck a Warren woman's car from behind at Route 43 and Pioneer Trail. The man was treated at the scene by Aurora paramedics.
A Kent man was cited June 27 for assured clear distance after police said he struck a South Euclid woman's vehicle from behind at Routes 43 and 306. No injuries were reported.
A Streetsboro woman was cited June 14 from assured clear distance after police said she struck a Northfield woman's car from behind, pushing it into an Aurora female juvenile's car and then into an Aurora woman's car. The Streetsboro woman complained of possible injuries.