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Thank You, Don't Come Again

North Oracle Road, July 10, 1:13 a.m.

A man apparently desperate for sexual stimulation became aggressive toward a female convenience-store employee, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.

The reportee, who worked at a Shell gas station, stated that a casually dressed Caucasian male about 40 years old entered the store and asked for "girly magazines," because he needed to "cum again." When she told him to get out and locked the store's doors behind him, he began yelling, "Fuck you, bitch! I'll get you; don't you worry!" and, "I'll see you again. We'll meet again." He then punched the glass door a few times and left the premises.

Asked if she had felt threatened, the woman said no; luckily, she had her dog and a hammer with her.

The subject was soon found by law enforcement allegedly trying to break into a Coco's Restaurant north of the gas station. He was arrested and transported to jail.

Boys in Black

West Vereda De Gente, July 10, 5:59 a.m.

A woman plagued by a pair of neighborhood troublemakers was the victim of creative automobile vandalism, a PCSD report showed.

The woman told a sheriff's deputy that she had been woken up that morning at approximately 5 a.m. by the repeated ringing of her doorbell. She exited her house to find that her husband's new business car had been covered with shaving cream and deep scratches apparently made by a key.

The woman said she believed the vandals were two teenagers: one tall boy with a buzz cut, and a shorter boy with long hair, both of whom she had caught trying to break into vacant houses in the neighborhood--and whom she had found on the roof of one house--about a month before the incident.

She stated that other odd things had been happening in and around her backyard in the past month, including things being moved to places they didn't belong, and small things going missing.

The reporting deputy, who regularly patrolled the area, recalled similar reports of automobile vandalism, including shaving cream being put on car windshields and cars being "filled with hoses." A neighbor of the victim in this case said she had seen the alleged vandals: two boys who prowled the neighborhood at night and always wore black.

Given the suspects' address by the victim, the reporting deputy knocked on their door, but nobody answered. He decided to come back later.

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