# Aurora police
Aurora may make it easier to report noisy neighbors
(Aurora, Colo.) The Aurora City Council discussed last week new rules for reporting noisy neighbors. Councilmember Juan Marcano sponsored the item at the Housing, Neighborhood Services and Redevelopment Policy Committee. He said constituents have complained about noisy parties that police don’t always have time to respond to. His goal is to find a way for residents to have recourse for noisy neighbors without contacting police.
Aurora cracks down on gift card fraud, catalytic converter theft
(Aurora, Colo.) The Aurora City Council voted Monday to classify gift cards as second-hand property. The item lies buried in legislation that also declared catalytic converters second-hand property. As of mid-July, 384 catalytic converters had been stolen in Aurora so far this year, according to Aurora police.
Auororans sound off about city’s poor drivers
Several Aurorans expressed frustration last week about aggressive drivers in the city during City Councilmember Juan Marcano’s ward meeting. A constituent asked Marcano whether there will be “Any relief on the terrible, terrible, terrible drivers?” She said she has seen pedestrians nearly get struck by motorists in crosswalks. She frequently sees people turn right from the far-left lane, too, she said, with several motorists turning after the light turns red. “Somebody is going to get hurt again,” the woman said.
Suspect who tried to set pair on fire in hate-fueled Aurora attack still on the loose
Aurora Police Department. (Aurora, Colo.) Aurora police are still searching for a man who allegedly tried to light two people on fire at a gas station after he overheard them speaking Spanish in a hate-fueled attack, police said.