Police Dispatch



SEPT. 21, 6:53 P.M.

A woman was found "hanging out" in a desert neighborhood with a methamphetamine pipe and many bags of food, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.

Deputies were advised that a female who had previously burned down her house was walking around a southwest-side neighborhood in a black bathing suit. The woman had been seen on her hands and knees in the middle of a local dirt-road intersection.

Deputies found the subject sitting on the side of a dirt road, apparently talking to a nonexistent individual. On the ground next to her were an empty white trash bag, a bag of pinto beans, a rolled-up bag of chips, a bag of cereal without the box, a bag of bread, a 2-liter bottle of water and a glass pipe.

Asked about her activities, the woman reportedly said she had been walking to visit a friend named Bucky and now was just "hanging out under a tree" and thinking while apparently resting. She said a friend named Paul might have been with her just then, but she could not remember. She then went on to speak about her family.

One deputy described her as "all over the place." She appeared to be sunburned and had apparently been outside for hours.

After being read her rights, the subject said she did not want to talk to the deputy, because her dad had always told her not to do that.

Asked if the glass pipe was hers, she said no—she had taken it from her brother's house without permission, "because she just does things like that; she just takes things when people do not want her to."

The deputy told her she would be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia; she said that would be fine.

She was cited and released her to her friend Bucky, who came to pick her up.



SEPT. 20, 1:33 P.M.

Three taggers adorned a local wall with some surprisingly appropriate graffiti, according to a PCSD report.

The reportee said three young males pulled up in a gold Saturn and stopped near the wall just north of his residence. One male subject allegedly exited the vehicle, spray-painted the wall and got back into the car, at which point the subjects disappeared.

Deputies got the license plate number of the car and found the associated residence, but the subjects were nowhere to be found, and no one the deputies talked to had any information. The vehicle could not be located.

The graffiti read "GONE" in large bubble letters, with "gone" written again in smaller, normal handwriting, with some squiggly lines coming out of the word.

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