Police Dispatch

Getting Frisky

River Road and La Cholla Boulevard, Nov. 10, 10:35 p.m.

Two teenage boys walking to a community pool claimed they saw a couple having sex on the hood of a car, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.

The boys told deputies that a woman was bent over the hood of the car, and a man was behind her making motions "like a man getting intimate with a woman."

One of the teenagers said he and his friend were talking loudly so the couple would notice they were there, but the man just looked at them and continued what he was doing. Neither boy reportedly saw any "penetration."

Another deputy who had first made contact with the couple, later identified as 72-year-old Wesley L. Scott and an unnamed 40-year-old woman, noted that although they were fully clothed, both of their pants were undone. The report also said that the dust on the car's hood looked like it had been disturbed.

Scott failed a sobriety test and was cited for drunken driving.

Fecal Epidemic

UA Area, Nov. 18, 2:17 p.m.

Someone smeared what appeared to be human feces on the floor of a UA library, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.

According to the report, the feces were partially wrapped in newspaper and rubbed on the carpet in between stacks of books on the fifth floor of the Main Library, 1510 E. University Blvd.

The library's custodial supervisor said the smearing of feces is an activity that is "becoming frequent at the library." He added that previous incidents had been confined to restrooms.

There were no suspects at the time of the report.

Free To Vandalize

Orange Grove and Oracle Roads, Nov. 9, 1 p.m.

A woman phoned authorities complaining that her neighbor had spray-painted her patio, a PCSD report said.

The woman's son said their downstairs neighbor came over and asked to use their phone while his mother wasn't home. The neighbor then asked for privacy and walked onto the patio, he said.

The boy told authorities that when he went outside to check on her, he found her spray-painting outdoor furniture and the patio itself. He alleged she told him that because she was "free," she could do what she wanted.

The boy's mother said the neighbor openly admitted spray-painting her patio when she confronted her. She said the neighbor also implicitly threatened her four children.

A deputy was unable to contact the neighbor at the time of the report. There was approximately $250 in damage, the report stated.

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