Police Dispatch 

SHE'S PISSED THAT HE PISSED

FOOTHILLS AREA

SEPT. 20, 5:27 P.M.

A woman apparently angered her ex-boyfriend so much that he sliced up her blouse and peed on it, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

The woman told deputies that when she came home, she found one of her blouses slashed to pieces on her doorstop and soaked with urine. She said she suspected her on-again, off-again boyfriend, whom she had just dumped, because "he was very controlling and takes testosterone and they had numerous fights."

The woman also accused the former boyfriend of destroying or stealing other items belonging to her, including three dresses worth $150 each, $200 worth of makeup and a pair of $300 cowboy boots. The woman said she also believed "he urinated on my bed."

Deputies telephoned the man, who said he indeed had "multiple items" that the woman had left at his house, none of which he wanted. Deputies arranged for a third party to return the items to the woman, which apparently satisfied her.

GETTING HER 2 CENTS' WORTH

FOOTHILLS AREASEPT. 22, 5 P.M.

A woman who made a scene over a cashier she said was mathematically challenged due to a slow cash-register transaction at a hair salon grabbed another staff member and threw her against a wall, a PCSD report stated.

Deputies responded to the salon (located inside a Walmart), where a witness told them she saw a 40-something female paying for a product that cost $11.02. The woman had given the cashier $20, then apparently decided she didn't want 98 cents in change. So she pulled out two pennies and asked for even change instead. Because the cashier was new and had already rung up the customer, she couldn't quickly do the woman's bidding.

The witness said the woman became increasingly irate, giving the cashier a hard time and calling her names.

When a senior staff member grabbed a calculator and tried to assist the cashier, the now-furious woman rudely said that "back in the day" cashiers would've had to do all the math in their heads, adding that "Technology is ruining young youth."

The woman then allegedly snatched the senior staff member's cosmetology license from the wall and threw it to the floor. Multiple witnesses said she then seized the senior staff member and threw her against the wall, finally storming out of the salon while cursing.

Deputies found the woman and cited her on suspicion of assault, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.

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