Police Dispatch

Lend A Hand

Orange Grove and Shannon Roads, Sept. 6, 9:10 a.m.

A woman said a man she didn't know walked onto the edge of her property and asked if she could help him "jerk off," a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

The woman said she saw the man pushing a bike through the wash behind her house; she walked back toward her dwelling while he passed.

She then noticed him on the edge of her yard next to her shed, and she asked if she could help him, the report said.

"Yeah, you can come over here and help me 'jerk off,'" the man allegedly replied while masturbating.

The woman said she told the man to "get out of here," but he refused. He then made several comments about coming over to watch and help him, as he was about to "cum," the report stated.

The woman said she went into her home, locked her doors and phoned authorities. She told deputies she watched him as he pushed his bicycle back into the wash.

Deputies located a man with a bicycle in the area a short time later. They drove the woman by him to see if he was the same individual, but she said he wasn't.

There were no other suspects at the time of the report.

Bothered By Barking

Speedway Boulevard and Silverbell Road, Sept. 7, 6:48 p.m.

A woman complained that someone in her neighborhood was sending her anonymous letters telling her to shut her dogs up, or there would be "consequences," a PCSD report said.

She told deputies she received a couple of the letters last year, a couple earlier this year and then one on the day of the report.

According to the report, the letter said that the writer was "back to visit" and the woman's "'fucking' dog is still barking. My daughter and her family are tired of dealing with it. Shut the dog up, or there will be consequences."

The woman said there had been four letters in all. The first was fairly cordial, but each letter since had been more demanding about keeping her dogs quiet, she told authorities.

The woman went to some neighbors to see if her dogs were bothering them. They told her no. She then received a notice from Animal Control about an arbitration hearing involving her dogs, yet the complainant never showed up for the hearing.

The woman said she had also gotten calls from a male voice threatening her about her dogs. She said she was at a loss as to who could be responsible.

There were no suspects at the time of the report.

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