The Aurora Police Department will host its first National Night Out campaign on Aug. 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the police station on Route 43, just up the road from Town Hall.
-- Aurora -- Trespassing Women charged: Two Elyria women and a Lorain woman were charged with criminal trespassing after they were found on private Squires Road property with posted no trespassing signs in the early evening July 16.
Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all inclusive. Auto theft: A Chadwick Drive resident reported Nov. 25 that a vehicle was stolen from his garage overnight.
Police Reports is a sampling of incident responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive. Theft: Police were called to a store on South Chillicothe Road on Nov. 19 at about 8:30 p.m.
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Police Reports is a sampling of incidents responded to by the Aurora Police Department. It is not intended to be all-inclusive. Thefts: A Euclid women reported Nov. 3 two rings were taken from her purse in a locker at an East Garfield Road spa. Value was given as $1,500.
Thefts: An Aurora man reported Oct. 13 that someone stole his wallet from the front seat of his vehicle, which had a window down. It contained a few dollars and some credit cards. Officers told him to inform his credit card company.
Motorcycle theft: An East Boulevard man reported Oct. 5 that his motorcycle, valued at $2,580, was missing from his residence. Missing key: An Akron man reported Oct. 6 that the key to a piece of machinery at a construction site on Brighton Drive was missing.
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.
Thefts: A Greenbriar Drive man reported Sept. 22 that unspecified items valued at $550 were taken from his garage. Police said he left the garage door open when he left because someone was home, and the items were missing when he returned.
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Two Aurorans at WRAmay get scholarshipsTwo of the eight Western Reserve Academy students who recently were named semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program are from Aurora.Nearly 1.
Thefts: A Streetsboro man reported Sept. 18 the theft of a generator from an Aurora-Hudson Road construction site, and a North Aurora Road resident reported Sept. 19 the theft of prescription medications. No values of the losses were given.
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.
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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.
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.
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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.