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Don't Divorce

East Catalina Highway and North Harrison Road, April 11, 7 p.m.

A woman said her mother accosted her at a tee-ball game because she didn't want her daughter to divorce her husband, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.

The woman told a deputy that she had been at her daughter's game at McDonald Park, 4100 N. Harrison Road, when her mother walked up to her. After her mother asked her how she was, the woman alleged, her mother started calling her names like "fuck bitch" and "psycho whore," because she was upset about the possible separation.

The deputy asked why the woman had waited two hours to report the incident. The woman said she hadn't because she was afraid her mother would team up with her husband against her, should she pursue the divorce.

The deputy didn't contact the mother at the time of the report.


You Can't Hit Girls

Irvington Road and Alvernon Way, April 14, 8:10 a.m.

A male passenger in a car was targeted for retribution when his girlfriend flipped off a man in another vehicle, a PCSD report said.

The male passenger said another car had recklessly swerved in front of them, causing his girlfriend, who was driving, to flip them off. He said the other driver walked back to their vehicle and insisted that he fight him.

The male driver allegedly kicked the passenger's partially open window and spat on him before a woman got out of the other vehicle and convinced him to stop.

The passenger and his girlfriend provided deputies with a description of the other car and its driver.


Simply Irresistible

UA Area, April 20, 4:17 p.m.

A magazine salesman cited for criminal trespassing said he was repeatedly drawn back to a residence hall "because the people were so nice, and the girls are hot," a University of Arizona Police Department report said.

According to the hall director, 19-year-old John Hansen was escorted out of Gila Residence Hall, 1009 E. North Campus Drive, three times. He had followed people in through one of the secured doors, a person working the front desk told police.

An officer warned Hansen after the alleged third incident. After speaking to the hall director, the officer caught up with Hansen at Park Avenue and Speedway Boulevard and cited him.

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