Police Dispatch



JULY 13, 10:41 A.M.

A woman walked into a nursing and rehab facility and threw a Carl's Jr. bag containing empty burger wrappers at the receptionist—without a word of explanation—and then returned a few minutes later and tossed a drugstore receipt at her, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

The receptionist told a deputy she'd been at her desk that morning at ManorCare Health Services, 3705 N. Swan Road, when a gold-colored sedan sped up to the entrance. She said a heavyset female got out of the car, walked through the double doors and threw the bag at her. The woman, who was unknown to staff members at the facility, then left the building and drove away.

The receptionist said that about three minutes later, the same woman drove up, came inside and threw a Walgreens receipt at her.

The receptionist got the car's license-plate number, and deputies were able to identify the car's owner, who was not associated with the receptionist or ManorCare, according to the report.

The deputy called the receptionist later to ask if she would view a photo lineup to help identify the trash-thrower, but she declined, saying she didn't want to press charges.

The case was closed.



JULY 10, 10:30 A.M.

A woman found that her undergarments had been sliced up following a clash with her estranged husband, a PCSD report said.

A deputy responding to a suspicious-activity call interviewed a woman who said that "some personal stuff" had been stolen.

Without going into details, the woman said she and her husband were splitting up and that he had been served with a restraining order. However, he had recently been granted permission to go to the residence they shared in order to gather his possessions, and he had apparently been there the night before while the woman was gone.

She said that when she returned home the next morning, many of her belongings were missing or vandalized. She said expensive perfumes had apparently been dumped down the drain; her hair-product bottles were empty; some makeup articles were missing, as was her toothbrush; and her home phone was gone.

The woman said she also found that her bras had been slit down the center. She said she found scissors near the bras, leading her to believe that her husband had used them to slash the undergarments.

Deputies told her to call them if she had more information or questions.

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