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SOMEONE'S IN THE KITCHEN

NORTH ALVERNON WAY, JULY 15, 3:51 A.M.

A woman woke up in the middle of the night to find a drunk stranger sitting in her kitchen, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

A northside homeowner told one deputy that she had woken up to check on her elderly mother. When she walked into her kitchen, she said, she saw a thin, light-haired man with glasses sitting in a chair. She said she had no idea who he was, but he seemed to be in a "catatonic state." She said her neighbor had been having a party, and she thought the man had come from there.

Other deputies went to the neighbor's house and spoke with a woman who said she was house-sitting for her aunt. She said about 10 people had come over, and there had been beer pong (except she wasn't playing, since she was pregnant). She admitted that her aunt had told her to have no more than two people over.

Deputies also spoke with some young men from the party, several of whom had heard that one of their peers had broken into the neighbor's house; they had to carry him out.

The man who'd been in the woman's kitchen said he had no recollection of being there. He said the last thing he remembered was drinking a shot of Jägermeister in the yard.

The subject was arrested for disorderly conduct and an unrelated warrant.


REALLY TEE'D OFF

EAST VIA RANCHO DEL LAGO, VAIL, JULY 17, 11:05 A.M.

Two groups of golfers got into a brawl, a PCSD report stated.

Deputies were called to the Del Lago Golf Club in response to a fight. When they arrived, they saw two groups of men near the clubhouse; one had his shirt off and was bleeding from the nose.

This man said he'd been golfing with his friend and father when the party golfing behind them hit a ball near their holes twice in a row. He said his father went to confront the other group; both parties began yelling profanities, and one member of the other party punched the bleeding man in the nose.

A man in the other party said they'd hit the offending golf balls near the group ahead of them on accident, but that the bleeding man had "lost it," telling them to "fuck off" and yelling about "kick(ing) everybody's ass" before reportedly throwing the opposing party's golf ball into the desert and approaching them in a physically threatening way.

The bleeding man admitted he'd spit on the man who punched him.

Members of both parties were cited.

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