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River Road and La CaÑada Drive, Feb. 20, 4:59 p.m.

A man wanted to press harassment charges against his soon-to-be ex-wife for barging into his office and berating him during a speakerphone conference call, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

The man said he had been on a conference call in his office at a local supermarket when someone started banging on his door.

The man accused his wife, who he was in the process of divorcing, of walking in and yelling and screaming at him while he was on the phone. She said he was "a dumbass" and told him to "get his head out of his ass," the man told authorities.

The man said his wife was upset over a cell-phone charge that she wanted to be reimbursed for. She reportedly left after he told her to get out of his office several times.

The report didn't say what happened to the conference call.


Redington Pass, Feb. 23, 9:53 p.m.

According to a PCSD report, an underage man who admitted to drinking drove about 40 yards down a vertical drop-off at Redington Pass.

Axel Underwood, 20, said he was coming down the hill when he went off the road and started going down the side of the pass.

Underwood told deputies that someone told him if he kept going straight down, he would come upon another road that connected to the main road and would allow him to drive out.

Underwood said neither he nor any of his passengers were injured in the accident. When asked, he reportedly admitted to drinking two beers.

Underwood was cited for failing to control his vehicle's speed to avoid an accident, underage alcohol consumption, underage driving with alcohol in his system and driving under the influence of alcohol. Deputies released him to family members who came to pick him up.

Full Moon

Skyline Drive and Swan Road, Feb. 20, 4:49 p.m.

A 74-year-old woman said a man mooned her as she gathered laundry, a PCSD report said.

The woman told deputies that she was in her backyard gathering her laundry when she noticed a man at her gate. She said when she walked over to the gate and asked if she could help the man, he ran about 6 feet away from her, dropped his pants and mooned her. He then fled, the woman told authorities.

The reportee ran inside her house to call 911. Another witness corroborated the woman's story.

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