Police Dispatch



JAN. 19, 9:08 A.M.

Two women got into a fight over the possibility that their dogs might fight, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

Deputies met with a northwest-side homeowner who said that a female neighbor often walked dogs through the alley behind her backyard, where the homeowner kept her dogs. She said she was worried that her dogs would fight with the dog-walker's dogs, which were not on a leash.

The homeowner said that when the dog-walker appeared in the alley the day before, she confronted the woman about not having her dogs on a leash. The dog-walker then allegedly called the homeowner a "fucking bitch," threatened to hurt her, grabbed her by the shirt and tried to pull her into a nearby wash.

The homeowner told deputies that she refused "to engage this woman," and that the dog-walker eventually left.

The homeowner said she didn't want to press charges, but wanted the incident documented for her dogs' safety. She also told deputies that the dog-walker's dogs had bitten a neighbor.



JAN. 20, 9:46 P.M.

An injured and intoxicated man tried to refuse medical care—even though blood was pouring from his forehead, according to a PCSD report.

Deputies responded to a call from the Arizona Pizza Company, 4955 N. Sabino Canyon Road, where the manager said an intoxicated man was refused alcohol after he became boisterous and "hit on" an uninterested customer.

The man went to the parking lot, where an employee urged him not to drive and offered to call him a cab, or even drive him home. The man reportedly refused and declared that he would walk home.

A short time later, the man re-entered the restaurant with blood gushing from his head, apparently after falling down.

When deputies arrived, the man was still bleeding profusely, and an ambulance had already arrived on the scene. When a deputy asked the man if his car was secure for the night, he responded, "Fuck you guys. I can do whatever I want," and proceeded to light a cigarette.

An onlooker said that earlier, paramedics had difficulty trying to prevent him from smoking, and that the man seemed unaware that blood was pouring from his forehead.

When a deputy confiscated the man's cigarette and began to guide him toward the ambulance, the subject tensed up, clenched his fist and appeared ready to fight.

The man was eventually taken to a hospital. He was also banned from the Arizona Pizza Company.

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