Police Dispatch

Friends Forever

Tucson International Airport, 5:11 p.m., March 21

According to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report, a woman told deputies that her male friend punched her, took off her bikini and shoved her into a cactus because he was "acting like a bastard and all coked up."

The woman said she and a girlfriend were having an argument when her male friend came in, said he was sick of both women and attacked them.

The man then reportedly stopped the women from calling 911, grabbed their belongings and drove them to Tucson International Airport, where he dropped them off very early for their flight to Indiana, which the man had paid for.

The man has bad hair plugs, is skinny and in his late 40s or early 50s, the woman told police.

While speaking with deputies on the phone, the woman was yelling at airport employees, because she couldn't find her $2,000 bracelet, the report stated.

She said she wanted to press charges against the man and would return to Arizona to appear in court.

Taking The Dough

North La Cholla Boulevard and West Ina Road, March 15, 10:22 a.m.

Somebody stole $3,007 from a bagel shop in early February, a PCSD report stated.

A corporate employee from Brugger's Bagels told deputies that he believes a former manager didn't make the bank deposits for his store, 7320 N. La Cholla Blvd., during the week of Feb. 4.

The corporate employee said he suspects the ex-manager, because it is the manager's responsibility to make the deposits, and the ex-manager quit about the same time the money disappeared.

Fake ID Blues

University Area, March 27, 12:15 a.m.

According to a University of Arizona Police Department report, officers called a teenager's stepmother and cited the teen for drinking alcohol underage after officers allegedly saw her vomiting.

Officers were patrolling the university area when they saw the 17-year-old and her boyfriend sitting on a 3-foot wall near North Mountain Avenue and East Speedway Boulevard.

Police noticed she had her head down and was vomiting. When asked if she needed medical attention, the teen replied, "I'm 26," before almost falling over, the report stated.

Officers became suspicious when she handed them an ID listing her age as 25. Eventually, she reportedly told police that the ID was fake and she was only 17.

The teen admitted to drinking alcohol at a fraternity party.

She was cited and released on suspicion of drinking alcohol underage and for having a fake ID. Police called her stepmother, who agreed to let her boyfriend take care of her.

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