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DOUBLE ENTENDRE

UA AREA, APRIL 7, 3:27 P.M.

An officer made a choice of words that could be interpreted two ways when writing about a man who passed out in a fast-food parking lot with his genitals exposed, according to a University of Arizona Police Department report.

After receiving a call, the officer found the man unconscious on his back with his penis hanging out of his pants in the parking lot of Jack in the Box, 934 E. Speedway Blvd.

"I aroused the male who identified himself as Alex Thomas Rios with a DOB of 10/16/70," the officer wrote in the report.

The officer determined the man's real name was Leonard Rios, the report said, and that Rios, who was indeed 34, had three warrants out for his arrest.

Rios was taken into custody for the previous charges, in addition to lying to authorities about his identity. The officer transported him to Pima County Jail.


MAYBE IT'S HER TASTE

WEST CORTARO FARMS ROAD AND NORTH CAMINO DE OESTE, MARCH 31, 8:15 P.M.

A woman said the soon-to-be ex-husband of a friend she was staying with cut up all her clothes--most of which she had just bought after her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend did the same thing in a separate incident, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

The woman told authorities that she believed her friend's ex-husband resented her for staying at the house during the divorce.

After she and her friend returned from a two-week trip to Scottsdale, they discovered that all the clothes she had hanging in a closet had been cut into shreds, the report said.

The woman estimated the value of the clothing to be $1,500. She added that most of the items still had tags attached, because she had just bought new things after her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend cut up her clothes.

The woman didn't elaborate on the previous incident.


THE CRUELEST CUT

EAST SNYDER AND NORTH HARRISON ROADS, MARCH 31, 3:30 P.M.

Someone placed a razor blade in the padding on a piece of exercise equipment, requiring that a man get six stitches when he cut himself on it, a PCSD report said.

The man who made the report said his son-in-law was the one who was injured by the razor blade, as he worked out in the carport of their shared residence. He told authorities he suspected a boy--who his son-in-law had shot in the buttocks with a plastic-pellet gun--was responsible. The man said the boy was attempting to vandalize a gate on their property when his son-in-law shot him.

There was no further information at the time of the report.

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