Police Dispatch

Chester The Molester

Southeast Tucson, April 7, 6:28 p.m.

While rubbing his penis inside his car, a man offered two 15-year-old girls $20 for being attractive, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

The girls told deputies they were walking in their neighborhood when a man driving a maroon, four-door car passed them and told them they looked good. The girls continued walking until the vehicle turned around and came to a stop near them.

The girls noticed the man was holding his pants below his crotch and was rubbing himself when he offered the girls $20 just for looking good, they told police.

The girls ran away from the vehicle and then called for help.

Deputies searched the area, but couldn't find any vehicle or person that matched the description. The car has a primer spot on the driver's door, and the man looks clean cut and has short hair.

Morning Classes

University Area, April 12, 9:45 a.m.

According to a University of Arizona Police Department report, a student was spat upon and called a tramp while walking to class.

The student told police she was walking through a science concourse, 1040 E. Fourth St., when she was insulted and spat upon. She wasn't going to report the incident to police until she learned that her friend was walking on campus when a similar event occurred--she was called a slut and spat on.

The suspects in both cases have matching descriptions, the report said. The students don't know who he is and don't have any classes with him.

The student who reported the incident said the suspect looked college-age.

Ketching-up to the Group

University Area, April 16, 9:05 a.m.

Somebody threw ketchup on a student while she was driving on campus, a UAPD report stated.

The student was following a group of unknown people for a few blocks when one of them threw ketchup on her. She told police the ketchup landed on her skin and blue jeans.

The 911 dispatcher told the student to stop following the group.

Officers searched the area, but couldn't find anyone who matched the description.

Police didn't document why the woman was following the group, but did state that she began following them at North Euclid Avenue and East University Boulevard, and was hit with ketchup near the Family and Consumer Resources building, 1110 E. South Campus Drive.

The student said she wants to press charges if police catch the man who hurled the tomato-based condiment.

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