Police Dispatch



OCT. 24, 12:58 P.M.

A woman reported that three beers were missing from her outdoor refrigerator, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

When deputies arrived, the woman told them there were three beers in her porch fridge the previous evening, but that they had disappeared overnight.

Deputies explored the area behind the woman's home and found three empty bottles (two Newcastle, and one Blue Moon) near the backyard wall.

The deputies gave the woman a victim's-rights pamphlet and took the bottles as evidence.



OCT. 22, 9:07 P.M.

A woman claimed her ex-boyfriend stole her bike after they broke up, according to a PCSD report.

The woman called deputies after she went to her ex's house to reclaim her bike, which he was supposed to fix. He was riding it down the street when she grabbed the handlebars and asked him to give the bike back.

He quickly twisted the handlebars, knocking her to the ground, and then pedaled away while shouting and cursing, the woman said. She told deputies she didn't know where he was going, but she was afraid that he wouldn't give the bike back.

A deputy went to the ex-boyfriend's home, but he wasn't there. A woman answered the door and confirmed what happened, but she said she didn't know whether the bike belonged to the first woman.

Deputies took photos of what the first woman said were injuries from being knocked down by her ex. The case remained open.



OCT. 24, 9:55 P.M.

A man attempted to steal a lighter from a store—and asked the manager if he could roll a joint, according to a PCSD report.

When deputies arrived, they could tell the man in question was "visually impaired on something." One deputy noticed a lighter missing from the counter display and later found a similar lighter in one of the subject's pockets. The clerk said the man had not purchased anything.

The clerk also said the man had tried to "pick up" an attractive young woman in the store, and asked if he could "roll a joint" inside the establishment.

The clerk told the man to leave. He did, but returned five minutes later. He then made inappropriate comments to a second group of females, began "acting irrational" and refused to leave, according to the clerk.

The man was booked on charges of shoplifting and criminal trespass.

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