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Rincon Beat

July 22, 11:40 p.m.

A professional therapist received a romantic goodnight voicemail from one of her male clients, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

The reportee told sheriff's deputies that one of her patients, a 63-year-old male with severe gambling issues, had that night left a voicemail on her personal phone number saying, "Goodnight, baby."

She said he'd made "some sort of sexual comments towards her" during her previous therapy session with him and she thought "this individual would be the type of person who would possibly stalk her at her residence and come find her." The fact that he was (contacting) her on her personal/work phone seemed to alarm her.

The reportee wouldn't reveal any more of her client's information to deputies due to privacy issues associated with her profession, so deputies were unable to help her further at the time of the report

She said her son was about to come stay the night with her for safety reasons, but she'd call law enforcement immediately if she were to see anything alarming that evening. She was given a number to call in case she wished to follow up about having periodic patrols near her residence.

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