UA Area, April 30, 1:22 p.m.
According to a report from the University of Arizona Police Department, officers arrested a man for trespassing after he "jumped a wall to masturbate while watching females sunbathe in the pool area" of a dormitory.
Police responded to a suspicious-person call at Babcock Residence Hall, 1717 E. Speedway Blvd. A witness pointed in the direction of a man eventually identified as Chester Edward Sykes, 22, who was inside the pool-pump enclosure.
Sykes reportedly fled after police announced themselves. Following a brief chase, officers cornered him on the roof of Roy P. Drachman Hall, 1295 N. Martin Ave., the report said.
Upon questioning, Sykes allegedly said he wanted to masturbate while watching the women sunbathing by the pool--particularly "the 'Latin' female in the dark bathing suit." He reportedly admitted he "had masturbated while watching a female in a public place one other time at Pima Community College."
The report said Sykes brought a tube of petroleum jelly with him to facilitate his masturbation at the Babcock Residence Hall pool.
Authorities cited and released Sykes.
It's A Magic Trick
Cortaro Farms and Thornydale Roads, April 17, 11:40 a.m.
A woman told authorities a security camera attached to the side of her house had been disconnected and replaced with "a handful of Easter green confetti," a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.
The woman said she suspected her neighbor, but she had no proof. She told a deputy that she was going to renew her restraining order she had against the neighbor in question.
There didn't appear to be any signs of theft inside or outside the house, the report stated. The camera appeared to have been removed from its mount, but was not taken.
Valencia and Mission Roads, April 23, 2:14 p.m.
A man lay in the doorway of a laundry and refused to move, a PCSD report stated.
The deputy who first responded to the business said John Lee Maness, 45, "seemed extremely intoxicated." Maness reportedly yelled profanities as the deputy tried to speak with him.
Two deputies tried to move Maness to a patrol car, and he allegedly acted as if he had passed out. He refused "to respond to verbal commands or stand on his own feet," the report said.
A deputy transported Maness to Kino Community Hospital, where he was OK'd to go to jail. Authorities booked him into Pima County Adult Detention Center for trespassing and a felony charge of failing to register as a sex offender.