Police Dispatch

Designer Impostor

East River and North Oracle Roads, April 19, 8:27 a.m.

A woman claimed someone broke into her car and switched her designer purse with an imitation, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

The woman said the Dooney and Bourke purse she had in her possession looked the same, but was missing a serial number engraved into the lining. The purse she had purchased, which she valued at $210, had an engraving and was in better condition, she told deputies.

The woman said she was unsure exactly when the purse was taken from her car, and there were reportedly no signs of forced entry. A deputy dusted the vehicle and the purse for prints without success.

Parking 101

UA Area, April 30, 12:11 p.m.

Someone keyed a short message on a car parked in a garage, according to a report from the University of Arizona Police Department.

A man said he parked his vehicle at the Main Gate Garage, 815 E. Second St., at around midnight, and returned just after noon to find that someone had scratched the message "Learn to Park" on his car door.

An officer noted that the car was parked correctly and wasn't blocking any other spaces. The man said he didn't think he had any enemies who would vandalize his vehicle.

There were no witnesses or suspects at the time of the report.

Something Else To Pay

West Ina and North Oracle Roads, April 19, 3:02 p.m.

Bank employees said a man who was angry about overdraft fees that were applied to his account shattered a glass door tentatively valued at $5,000, a PCSD report stated.

An employee at Compass Bank, 7000 N. Oracle Road, said she tried to explain to the man that he didn't fit the criteria for refunding the fees, reportedly causing him to become "very upset with her."

The man slammed the front door to the bank so hard as he was leaving that it shattered, another witness said.

Deputies had not contacted the man at the time of the report.

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