BOOK ME, DANNO
EAST BENSON HIGHWAY
DEC. 17, 2:57 A.M.
A man who was banging on his girlfriend's door after 2 a.m. and claimed that he was there to give her a TV and apologize for "possibly cheating on her" called a deputy a "fucking faggot" and threatened to kick another deputy's ass, according to a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.
Deputies responding to a call from the woman found the man sitting on the ground by her front gate. He told deputies the woman was "being a bitch" by refusing to see him.
Asked if he didn't think it unreasonable to be yelling and banging on her door around 2 a.m., the man shook his head and mentioned the TV and the cheating. Then he told a deputy, "Let's just go to jail and get this over with because I'm tired of dealing with your ass." While his possessions and money were being confiscated at the jail, the man told a deputy, "I don't fucking trust you. You're a fucking faggot. You need to count the money in front of me."
He continued to curse at deputies while being booked, telling one of them, "You're a punk bitch. Me and you should go toe to toe and I'll knock your fucking ass out." Then he passed out on a jail bench. The man was booked on suspicion of disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.
GETTING HER ROCKS OFFSAN XAVIER DISTRICT
DEC. 19, 12:28 P.M.
A woman claimed her newspaper carrier continued to deliver the paper after she stopped subscribing and had been harassing her by turning her vehicle around in the woman's driveway about 3:30 a.m. every day, a PCSD report stated.
The woman told deputies the carrier was disturbing the rocks in her driveway, and that the vehicle's headlights would shine in her bedroom while the carrier turned around.
The woman said she once put out a sign reading, "Do not use my driveway as a turnaround." She said she then received a note that said, "I wish you would move your damn rocks."
The woman told deputies that the previous night, she had set up stakes in a large pile of rocks to block the driveway. But about 3:30 a.m., the woman said, she saw the carrier in the driveway "doing something" to the barrier. She later found the barrier dismantled.
Deputies told the woman to call again if such incidents continued.