Police Dispatch

Random Outburst

UA Area, May 12, 5:56 p.m.

A professor said a trio of men disrupted her class, mirroring an incident two months earlier, a University of Arizona Police Department report said.

The professor told an officer that three men entered the rear of a lecture hall in which she was teaching at the Social Sciences Building, 1145 E. South Campus Drive.

She said they each downed beers, screamed something that she couldn't make out, threw the cans down an aisle and then left. This all occurred in less than 60 seconds, she said.

The professor said the same thing happened in late March. Because of the short length of the disruption, she told the officer, she couldn't provide a description of any of the men.

There were no suspects at the time of the report.

Lost Weapons

UA Area, May 21, 5:15 p.m.

According to a UAPD report, a man's rifles were stolen from the trunk of his car while it was parked on campus.

The man said he returned to his car three hours after he left it to find his passenger-side door open. He said he searched his trunk and found his AK-47 and Saiga-308 rifles were missing.

Officers informed the man that possessing firearms on school grounds is a violation of the UA's weapons-free campus policy. The man, who is a second-year UA student, said he didn't remember hearing about the policy at his orientation.

Police referred the rifle owner to the dean of students for the violation. There were no suspects or witnesses at the time of the report.

All Against Me

West Bopp Road and South Camino Verde, May 14, 12:41 p.m.

A woman said one of her neighbors threatened to "run her off the road and cut off her hair," a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.

The woman told a PCSD operator that issues with her family and neighbors were "an ongoing problem."

She said she had previously reported her mother, her sister, her sister's boyfriend and her neighbors for "walking around her property all night long" and poking sticks through her window screens. In addition, she said, her family members looked through her windows early in the mornings.

It was not clear from the report if the woman believed the alleged harassment was coordinated between her family and neighbors.

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