EAST FRANKFORT STRAVENUE
APRIL 10, 3:10 P.M.
A special-needs rap fan became enraged when supervisors slighted one of his favorite artists, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.
Deputies responded to a southeast-side residence for clients with mental-health issues, where it was reported that one of the residents had become out of control and assaulted two caretakers.
Employees reported that when they asked the subject to turn down the loud music he was playing in the backyard, he became violent. Though he was physically restrained from punching an employee in the back, he still managed to spit on two of them. He also reportedly urinated openly in the backyard, causing one employee to see his penis and become "offended" by it.
Asked for his side of the story, the subject said he had been happily "bumping Tupac" in the backyard when two of the home's employees began "dissing" the musical luminary. That "pissed him off," the subject said, so he spit on the two employees in question. He stated that he did not care if he went to prison—in fact, he wanted to go to prison, because he could not "survive in society anymore."
The subject was arrested for indecent exposure and two charges of assault.
NORTH CALLE BARTINEZ
APRIL 8, 2:40 P.M.
A housecleaner was arrested after allegations that she used heroin instead of cleaning her employer's home, a PCSD report stated.
Deputies responded to the home of a man who said he was sure his cleaning lady was injecting heroin inside of his residence. The reportee said she probably did not have any weapons, because she had sold her gun for heroin.
After much delay, the woman was enticed downstairs for questioning, during which she said she had not done heroin for four days and was simply taking some codeine at the moment (though she admitted it was illegally obtained). She said her employer was "just mean," and she could not believe he would try to "rat her out."
After discovering warrants on her record, deputies searched her purse and found a charred spoon, five used syringes and a Post-it note reading, "You lil junk-a-dunk lil girl! You hid the rest of your H-junk beneath a Biore facecloth!" Deputies surmised that the note was heroin-related.
The subject stated that she used the syringes for injecting insulin, since she was diabetic, and that she carried the spoon around for eating yogurt. She said she did not know what the note meant or if it was even hers.
She was arrested on her warrants and for possessing drug paraphernalia.