Police Dispatch

Roommate With Bladder Control Wanted

North La Cholla Boulevard and West Ina Road, Feb. 12, 8 a.m.

A man allegedly urinated and poured toilet bowl cleaner on his roommate's floor after she told him he had to move out, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

After receiving the notice of eviction, the man vandalized his bedroom before locking the door and throwing his set of house keys at his roommate, the roommate told police.

By the time the roommate opened the door and saw the damage, the man was gone.

The roommate told police that the man had urinated on the bed, chair and floor, and had dumped health-drink powder and toilet bowl cleaner all over the room.

The roommate said the man is moving to California but might return for a court appointment stemming from an incident earlier in the year, when he was reportedly arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

Coked-Up Machinist

North La Cholla Boulevard and West Curtis Road, Feb. 10, 5:27 p.m.

According to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report, a Tucson man swallowed a cocaine-filled baggie at his work when his supervisor called the police and fired him for having drugs at work and failing multiple drug-screening tests.

When deputies arrived, they stopped the man as he was driving away.

He reportedly admitted swallowing the $20 baggie and its contents. Deputies noticed a white paste-like substance along the man's gums.

The man, who is a machine lubricator, was not arrested, but was taken to Northwest Hospital, where he was treated.

Singin' in the Dirt

University Area, Feb. 18, 10:13 p.m.

Police arrested two students after they were allegedly trespassing--and after a witness heard and saw them singing--on a dirt hill inside a construction area, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.

After receiving reports of two men singing in a construction site, police stopped Kenneth B. Alden, 19, and Sean L. Davis, 18, as they were maneuvering under a barbwire fence near the construction area on East Helen Street and North Martin Avenue.

Davis told police that he and Alden had seen the "construction personnel only" sign, but decided to climb the dirt mountain and sing songs, the report stated.

Davis allegedly said they knew the fence was meant to keep people out.

Officers cited and released Alden and Davis on suspicion of trespassing.