West Valencia Road and South Camino De La Tierra, Nov. 3
An allegedly drunken Tucson mother pulled some of her adult son's hair out after they got into an argument in front of her 10-year-old daughter, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.
The son called police before leaving the house with his sister. He told police that his mother was very drunk, and that he wanted to temporarily separate his sister from his mother until the situation was resolved.
When deputies entered the home, they saw tufts of hair on the ground. The mother told Deputy Jacob W. Nickel that her son was drunk and was beating her up after they got into an argument about using the phone.
When the daughter returned to the house, she told Deputy Nickel that her brother was trying to restrain their mother, because she was trying to hit him. She said that some of the hair on the ground belonged to her brother, and some came from a Halloween wig.
Deputies determined that the fight was mutual and made no arrests before leaving the house.
Trailer Park Tango
West Curtis Road and North Shannon Road, Nov. 7, 1:53 p.m.
According to a PCSD report, a trailer-park landlord allegedly assaulted one of his tenants when the tenant tried to remove items from a trailer.
The tenant told Deputy Jason R. Davila that the landlord pushed "him with his chest" and blocked the trailer exit before pushing him to the ground.
The tenant said he has a pre-existing broken rib, but was uninjured during the fight. He told deputies that he was in the process of moving out of the trailer park.
There were no other witnesses, and deputies couldn't find the landlord.
No arrests were made, but deputies documented the incident and gave the tenant the case number.
University Area, Nov. 15, 11 p.m.
A UA employee was installing "bat cautionary signs" when he saw a bat, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.
The employee trapped the bat in a ventilated cardboard box at the east side of the Arizona Stadium, 540 N. Vine Ave. Officer J. Brei arrived at the scene and called Pima County Animal Control.
A PCAC employee picked up the animal.