Police Dispatch

Police Dispatch

A man stole a very large number of lottery tickets and then went (almost) directly to jail, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

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When a woman told her adult stepson he couldn't take dresser drawers full of clothing out of her house, he obeyed and left her drawers—but emptied an entire can full of garbage on the hood of her car, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

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A very unfortunate man was just getting to know a woman online

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After being caught in a fast-food joint with drug paraphernalia in his underpants, a man in a color-coordinated outfit bragged about his skills at hiding actual drugs on his person—or, literally, in his person.

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A local homeowner was baffled by a sinister-seeming—yet nonsensical—episode of apparent vandalism at her residence, a PCSD report said.

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A couple of women made themselves quite at home in a stranger's storage unit—even fashioning a (very crude) "restroom" for themselves there.

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Hostility among honey vendors escalated into a small-scale (OK, very small-scale) turf war.

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A sad woman with strange "bathroom" habits and a very interesting "signature" was caught stealing a can of vodka spritzer from a convenience store.

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Foothills-area pedestrians were temporarily inconvenienced by a mysterious instance of crosswalk vandalism.

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A woman discovered her baby stroller missing and presumed it stolen by her estranged baby's father—especially after the father wrote a Facebook post showing off about owning a new stroller.

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Perhaps local car thieves were intrigued by the strange "decorations" on the hood of a '90s-model car they stole from a local young man.

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A panhandler became criminally aggressive when people wouldn't give him money—and then whined about it when he was caught.

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A local man's ex-girlfriend came into his house without permission to commit a rather out-of-the-ordinary burglary—the heist of two comforters.

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A father found a baggie full of pharmaceuticals mixed in with his child's Halloween-candy collection.

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A real estate agent found out one of the houses she'd been trying to sell had been burglarized—at least, the property had been burglarized—in a very odd way: a large swath of fake grass had been stolen from the yard.

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