ONE DAY AT THE MALL ...
NORTH LA CHOLLA BOULEVARD
FEB. 20, 7:33 P.M.
A potty-mouthed man who said he wanted to scare people "for shits and giggles" was accused of waving a gun and threatening to kill people at Foothills Mall, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.
Deputies responding to reports of someone acting strangely in the mall parking lot interviewed a man who said he had just left the mall with his two teenage sons when a stranger with long, curly hair popped out from between two vehicles and screamed, "You want to fight me? I'll bite your dicks off!"
The man said he also heard the subject tell a woman in the parking lot: "I am going to eat your pussy." He said the subject didn't seem to be drunk, but that he "wasn't in his right mind."
The report also mentioned that the subject at one point was allegedly waving a gun around, but did not elaborate.
Deputies located the subject through security footage and the license plate of the car he reportedly had been driving around the parking lot. Deputies said the subject told them he knew he "had been in the wrong," but that he wasn't trying to start a fight, and only wanted to scare people for "shits and giggles."
He also mentioned that he had been walking around the mall earlier with his iPod, singing along to a song and yelling, "I'm a good dick-sucker!"
The subject wasn't arrested, but a deputy told the man who was confronted by the subject that he would keep in contact with him about the incident.
NORTH PUEBLO VILLAS DRIVE
FEB. 23, 2:13 P.M.
A woman said she planned to install security cameras after someone stole a set of wind chimes and other outdoor items from her yard, a PCSD report said.
A deputy responding to a theft call interviewed a northwest-side homeowner who said some items had gone missing from her front yard that day, including a "welcome" banner, a nondescript metal placard, and a set of wind chimes consisting of a glass figure of a dog and eight glass dog bones hanging from it.
The woman said she didn't know who might have taken the items, but hinted that landscapers working across the street might have had something to do with it.
She said she planned to install cameras to catch the thieves. There was no further information at the time of the report.