Police Dispatch



JAN. 24, 7:32 A.M.

An apparently demented man wrote on a bathroom wall with his own excrement, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.

At the UA library, 1510 E. University Blvd., a campus custodian reported that she heard loud grunting noises from the main-floor men's bathroom. She said she opened the door to see a male moving around in the bathroom while yelling indecipherable sounds. A male custodian was called and entered the bathroom to see defecation running down the inside wall of a stall. When the custodian left the bathroom, the male who'd been yelling followed him out, then went to sit in a stairwell.

The subject was found there by a UA police officer, who verified that fecal matter had been wiped on the bathroom wall. According to the report, the subject had defecated on the floor and then "scribbled" something on the wall of the stall with the resulting feces. The subject admitted to doing this, explaining that while he was "using the bathroom," some voices told him to "wipe shit" on the wall.

The man was booked at Pima County Jail for criminal damage and malicious mischief and banned from the UA campus.



JAN. 10, 10:05 P.M.

A woman was spied on while cooking in the nude, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

A northwest-side female told the reporting deputy she'd been boiling eggs in the kitchen of her apartment without any clothes on at about 8:53 p.m., when she received a telephone call from a male neighbor she knew. That neighbor told her he thought he'd just seen a man peeping into her kitchen window. She said she then realized her blinds were slightly open.

Looking out the window, she said she saw a male standing in the pool enclosure 6 to 8 feet away from her apartment, recognizing him as the husband of a woman who lived in the apartment complex.

After she put some clothes on, she said, she went outside to confront the man but decided not to when she saw him walk past. She said if the man had taken the most direct route from the pool to his wife's apartment, he would not have had to pass her own apartment.

The victim asked law enforcement not to speak with the subject until she'd discussed the incident with the apartment-complex manager.