Police Dispatch

Driver's License Swap

East Speedway Boulevard and North Campbell Avenue, April 22, 11:30 p.m.

When a bar bouncer told a UA student his license was fake, the student grabbed a real license the bouncer was holding and ran away, a University of Arizona Police report stated.

The Dirtbags bouncer told Officer Maciborski that he explained to the student that he couldn't let him in the bar at 1816 E. Helen St. because he looked younger than 21 years old and because his license was fake. When the bouncer tried to show the student a real California license, the student grabbed it out of the bouncer's hand and took off northbound, the bouncer told Officer Maciborski.

Police searched the area and couldn't find the student, but did see where the student dropped the real license. Police returned the real license to the owner and confiscated the fake one, reports stated.

The Ignoble Quest

West River Road and North La Cholla Boulevard, April 16, 11 a.m.

According to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report, a Tucson man allegedly asked a woman how she was doing before he pulled out his penis and told her he was on a quest.

The woman reportedly told Deputy James Miyata that the man's shirt was pulled up near his belly button area and his penis was hanging out of his pants. Miyata and other deputies searched the area until they found a man in a wash nearby that matched the suspect's description.

Tim Whitlow, 30, told deputies he was walking back from the gas station when they stopped him. He claimed he never exposed himself and had no recollection of the incident.

When deputies brought the woman to where Whitlow was being detained, she identified him as the man who exposed himself, reports stated.

Miyata cited and released Whitlow on suspicion of indecent exposure.

Family Values

South Masterson Avenue and East Drexel Road, April 14, 10 a.m.

A Tucson man told deputies he cut his hand when he tried to take a knife from his aunt during an argument--but his aunt gave police a different story, a PCSD report stated.

The man told Deputy Pierre De La Ossa that he and his aunt were arguing for about 90 minutes when his aunt pulled out a folding knife and threatened to stab him if he didn't settle down. When the man tried to take the knife away, he cut himself just below the pinky finger, he said.

His aunt told deputies her nephew has a drug problem and that the argument started because he was staying at her house and not acting responsibly. She said her nephew cut his finger when he smashed a small glass statue on her table.

The man said he had provoked the argument and didn't want to press charges against her, the report stated.

The man went to Kino Hospital, where he was treated for the inch-long cut.

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