North Thornydale Road and West Linda Vista Boulevard, Nov. 15, 10:59 p.m.
Deputies arrested an allegedly drunken Tucson man after they saw him playing a guitar while sitting on the ground in a McDonald's drive-through, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.
When Deputy Ryan Powell pulled into the fast food restaurant, he recognized the man playing the guitar from past incidents. McDonald's management has repeatedly asked Joeseph A. Guliani not to return to the restaurant, the report stated.
A McDonald's manager told Deputy Powell that Guliani entered the restaurant and made sexual comments toward female employees and customers. The manager said that Guliani later sat in the drive-through and played his guitar, refusing to move for cars.
Guliani allegedly had a bottle of Safeway Vodka tucked into his pants and was drunk. He had trouble standing and needed to lean against the deputy's car to keep his balance, the report stated.
Deputy Powell drove Guliani back to his house after he was arrested on suspicion of disorderly conduct.
University area, Nov. 21, 2:30 a.m.
Police arrested a UA student after they saw him running down the street naked while yelling "yeaahh," a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.
Officers were westbound on East First Street near North Martin Avenue when they heard the student yelling. When officers turned and looked, they saw Michael Dupuy Jr., 21, running from the Delta Chi fraternity parking lot, 1701 E. First St.
Officer Barcelo turned on the sirens and stopped Dupuy behind a nearby fraternity. Dupuy, of the 1000 block of North Tyndall Avenue, was naked, other than donning a pair of running shoes.
Dupuy allegedly smelled of alcohol.
Officer Barcelo tried to give Dupuy a blanket to cover himself, but before he could, another man ran by and gave the officer Dupuy's clothes.
Dupuy was arrested and released on suspicion of disorderly conduct.
Australian for Counterfeit
2200 W. Ina Road, Nov. 11 10:44 p.m.
According to a PCSD report, an Outback Steakhouse customer left the restaurant after paying for his meal with counterfeit money.
A waitress told Deputy Kenneth Taylor that the man exited the restaurant and left a $50 bill and two $10 bills with his receipt on the table.
The money had no security strip, and two of the bills had matching serial numbers. The waitress does not know the man's name, but she said he claimed to be a butcher and had an accent.
She told Deputy Taylor that he eats at the restaurant about once a month, but that he has recently been dining there weekly.
Deputy Taylor collected the money for evidence and forwarded the case to the United States Secret Service.