Thefts: A Brooklyn, Ohio, woman was charged with theft Sept. 10 after being found with earrings valued at $30 which were missing from a local store. She was released on bond. A Linwood Lane woman reported Sept.
Aurora — Fighting through some injuries and close matches, the Aurora volleyball squad is showing flashes against a strong schedule.Aurora (3-3) suffered its first league loss to Revere on Sept. 8 to move to 2-1 in the Suburban League American Conference.
By Steve Batko | Correspondent
As of Sept. 9, the Aurora One Fund reached 25.5 percent of its $66,000 goal for this year’s campaign.As of that date, 125 pledge cards were returned out of 9,150 mailed.
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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.
Theft from vehicles: A Staten Island man reported Aug. 29 that a guitar, case and phone charger cord were taken from his unlocked vehicle parked on East Pioneer Trail. The value was estimated at $160. A Cobblestone Road man reported Aug.
Dispute: An Aurora man was charged with domestic violence Aug. 17. Police said a verbal argument at an East Pioneer Trail residence escalated and turned physical, but the victim refused medical attention. The man was taken to the Portage County Jail.
Fraudulent incidents: A Winchester Circle woman reported Aug. 13 that someone used her checking account to purchase unauthorized merchandise online and one item was delivered to her home. The bank was notified. No value of the purchases was given. A Robinhood Drive man reported Aug.
Trespassing: Two Chagrin Falls men, a Shaker Heights man and an Indiana man were charged with criminal trespass Aug. 4 after being found on private property with "no trespassing" signs posted off of Treat Road. Theft: A Bedford Heights woman was charged Aug.
Jamal M.R. Jackson, 18, charged with felonious assault and disrupting public service for July 19 incident.
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Altercation: Officers responded at midnight July 31 to a report of a disturbance at a local hotel. Police said a Hudson man was passed out on the floor of a hallway, and when two other men tried to help him up, he put one of them in a headlock and knocked the other to the ground.
Merchandise theft: An Akron woman was charged with receiving stolen property July 21 for allegedly taking merchandise worth $5.36 from a South Chillicothe Road business. Police located the woman and another Akron woman nearby after they fled the store. The second woman was released.
Missing vehicle: A salesman at an Aurora car dealership reported July 16 that someone took a test drive, brought the car back and left it on the lot with the keys inside and dealer plate on, and it was gone when the salesman went to retrieve it.
Trespassing: A Madison man was charged with criminal trespassing July 7 at 4 p.m. after being warned he was no longer welcome on a South Bissell Road property. He was released on bond and his vehicle was towed from the scene.
Trespassing: Men from Aurora, Kent and Florida were charged June 30 with criminal trespassing after being apprehended on private property on Treat Road. Two Mantua male juveniles and a Ravenna male juvenile who were with the men were to be charged in juvenile court.
Domestic dispute: A Hudson man was charged with domestic violence June 29 after an Aurora woman reported an argument turned physical while they were riding in a vehicle. She was evaluated by Aurora paramedics, but refused further care.
Thefts: A Glen Hollow Circle woman reported June 16 that one of her Three Stooges painted plastic statues was taken from a tree on her property, possibly sometime overnight. No value was given.
Golf clubs theft: An Aurora man reported June 10 that his golf clubs were stolen from a bag drop at a local golf course. Value of the bag and clubs was about $3,000.
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Merchandise theft: Women from Cleveland and Cleveland Heights were charged with fifth-degree felony receiving stolen property June 5 after police found them with unpaid for merchandise worth $1,094 from several Aurora Farms Premium Outlets businesses.