South San Esteban Drive
Sept. 20, 2 p.m.
Some apparently grammar-challenged teens were punished for exchanging inappropriate text messages, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.
Dispatch got a call from Cienega High School, 12775 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, regarding two students who had been "sexting" each other. Deputies met with the male involved, as well as his mother. They saw many messages on the boy's phone that began relatively innocently but became increasingly graphic, from "I had a temptation to kiss you" to "Just ur really hot to me and well just you urself gives me a boner haha."
Later texts involved intercourse, oral sex and thong underwear. The boy said he wasn't thinking appropriately when he wrote the messages.
The girl admitted to sending the boy 10 to 14 sexual texts, "though not quite as explicit." She was very embarrassed.
Both students received parental discipline and no longer possess phones.
FIGHTING TOOTH AND NAIL
South Vanessa Lane
Sept. 26, 11:43 a.m.
A "crazy" young woman allegedly scratched herself and bit her boyfriend during an argument, according to a PCSD report.
A sheriff's deputy responded to a domestic-violence call at a trailer park and met with the mother of the boyfriend. She said she and her young-adult son had been inside their trailer when she heard screaming outside; going to see what was going on, she observed her son's girlfriend standing and yelling at him. When he came out to her, the mother said, the two began screaming at each other first outside, then inside the trailer. The climax of the fight, according to the mother, occurred when the girlfriend began scratching her own face and then suddenly bit her son on the arm.
The son later defended his girlfriend by denying that she had bitten him, insisting their argument was only verbal.
LEGGO MY LEGOS
Oct. 5, 12:24 p.m.
A male college student had his very valuable children's toys stolen from his vehicle, a UA Police Department report stated.
The victim said that sometime between Oct. 2 and Oct. 5, a box of Legos had gone missing from his car's trunk. The Legos were worth $2,000, he said.
The only person who had knowledge of the Legos, he said, was his girlfriend, who insisted she didn't know about anyone doing anything with them.
The victim showed UA officers a photo of himself happily playing with the Legos, apparently to prove their existence.