UA Area, April 17, 2:45 a.m.
A woman who was walking home from the UA library alleged a man flashed her after asking if she wanted to see his "big, white cock," a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.
The woman said she noticed a truck had been circling around her as she walked home from the Main Library. Eventually, she spotted the truck parked in a nearby lot.
A man standing in that lot called out, "Do you want to see my big, white cock?" The woman said the man, who was only wearing an orange T-shirt, began following her. She caught several glimpses of his genitals along the way, the report stated.
The woman made it home without further incident. Officers were unable to find the man.
Arguing Over Important Things
River Road and La Cañada Drive, April 3, 10:33 a.m.
A pair of grocery-store employees got into a shoving match over who had more prowess stocking shelves, landing one of them in the hospital, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.
Deputies met with one of the employees at Northwest Medical Center. He told them an "argument erupted" with a co-worker over who was the speediest stocker.
The man alleged that his co-worker became upset and pushed him, and then he pushed back. Things took a turn for the worse, the man claimed, when his co-worker then threw him head-first into the concrete floor. Deputies noted a bump over the man's left eye and a "slight laceration."
The employee wanted to press charges. There was no further information at the time of the report.
Burning Some Endorphins
Ruthrauff Road and Interstate 10, April 7, 11 a.m.
Authorities arrested a man who forced two trains to stop because he was walking along the tracks, a PCSD report stated.
A deputy found Bryan Petty, 36, wandering westbound along the tracks; the deputy placed Petty in handcuffs.
Petty said he was depressed because his girlfriend had just left him, so he decided to walk along the tracks "to get some exercise and burn some endorphins," the report said.
A representative from the Union Pacific Railroad Police Department reportedly arrived and said he had heard secondhand that Petty was weaving in and out of the tracks, forcing two trains to stop and messing up Union Pacific's timetables.
Petty said he didn't want to commit suicide or otherwise hurt himself. Deputies transported him to Pima County Adult Detention Center, where he was booked on charges of theft (for allegedly pocketing a railroad spike) and criminal trespassing.