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LIVING THE (BLUE) DREAM

NORTH CAMINO DEL GRILLO

OCT. 1, 7:41 P.M.

A heavily tattooed man wearing a tank top and gym shorts started dancing in the street at a foothills intersection after smoking some high-grade pot, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

Deputies responded to a call about the man, who also had reportedly been talking to himself while busting some moves in the residential area.

When deputies interviewed the man, he insisted that there was nothing wrong with dancing in the street, so the deputies explained to him that it was in fact a dangerous practice.

The man then told deputies he "might" have a marijuana pipe on him, but he refused to be searched. Deputies handcuffed him and found a pipe. The man admitted that he had been smoking a type of marijuana called "Blue Dream," which he declared he never mixed with his "ditch weed."

He then became distraught, saying he didn't "want to go back to jail."

The man was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and released. The report didn't mention whether he resumed dancing.

UNPLUGGED

SAN XAVIER BEAT

SEPT. 30, 10:58 P.M.

A drunken woman became a victim of domestic violence after she turned up the TV too loud and later proceeded to unplug every electronic device in her house, a PCSD report stated.

Deputies responding to a domestic violence call were greeted by a disheveled elderly woman who smelled of alcohol. Her husband spoke with them.

He said he and his wife had been drinking rum and Cokes, and that she'd turned up the television very loudly, so he turned it off. That, he said, made his wife very mad. But instead of turning the TV back on, she unplugged it. She then started unplugging everything else in the house.

The husband said his wife did this often when she got drunk. He said that about six weeks ago, he had to get someone from Best Buy to come to the house and reconnect everything.

But the wife, who appeared to be injured, said that this time her husband had grabbed her and hurt her. The husband claimed that it was an accident and that he had only been trying to prevent her from unplugging more items.

Deputies arrested the husband on suspicion of domestic violence.

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