Police Dispatch

Law And Disorder

Amado, July 19, 2:58 p.m.

A deputy responding to a call about an irate woman took a tour of a 12-foot travel trailer that was "very filthy," a PCSD report stated.

Witnesses at a 99 Cent Store phoned authorities to report that a woman was fighting with a man.

The deputy caught up with the woman as she was walking away from the store. She reportedly said she was upset about her boyfriend trashing her home and stealing various items, so she confronted him about it at the business.

The deputy escorted the woman back to her trailer. According to the report, "there were hundreds, if not thousands, of flies" at the home. Approximately 10 large dogs were sharing the space, and there appeared to be feces lying on the floor near the toilet, the report said.

The deputy noted that it was difficult "to decipher what (the boyfriend) had allegedly done to the place and what was already in disarray."

The woman accused her boyfriend of stealing the titles and registration for several vehicles and of breaking several "small ceramic items," the report said.

The deputy told the woman how she could obtain a restraining order.

Fairway Heist

Sunrise Drive and Craycroft Road, July 24, 6:30 p.m.

Two golf players said a man drove their cart to a waiting vehicle and made off with their clubs, a PCSD report said.

The two men were playing as part of a foursome, the report said. They first noticed their golf cart was missing when another player yelled something unintelligible about it.

According to the report, the men couldn't see the cart, which they'd parked about 60 yards away from them, but they assumed that one of them had failed to use the parking brake and the cart had simply rolled out of view.

A witness later told them he saw a young man drive the cart to a parked car, unload the clubs and then speed off.

The estimated value of the clubs was $2,634.

Kids These Days

Ina Road and La Cholla Boulevard, July 24, 4:43 p.m.

An 11-year-old boy allegedly mooned a woman who was complaining to her apartment's management about sexual comments he made to her daughter, a PCSD report stated.

According to the woman, the boy was standing near the management office as she was leaving. She said he pulled his pants down to expose his buttocks, slapped one of his cheeks and then walked away.

The woman also accused the boy of throwing a rock at her, but the stone missed and shattered an office window instead. The boy reportedly admitted lobbing the rock when a deputy spoke to him.

A deputy arrested the boy on two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal damage. He was released to his mother.

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