Ninety-Nine Bottles of Urine Over the Wall
West Drexel Road and South Westover Avenue, Feb. 22, 2:29 p.m.
Deputies told a Tucson man to stop throwing bottles of urine onto his neighbor's property, Pima County Sheriff's Department reports stated.
A neighbor told deputies the man has no plumbing and has been throwing urine-filled cans, cups and soda bottles over the fence that separates the two properties for the last month. The neighbor said he believes the man is a little crazy, reports stated.
When he walked into the neighbor's backyard, Deputy G.R. Dominguez smelled urine and saw a partially filled soda bottle.
After telling deputies he didn't want to talk, the man spit on his own floor and screamed that Deputy Dominguez worked for the devil, a report stated. He also said Deputy Dominguez would feel the wrath of God.
Before leaving, deputies told the man they would arrest him if he continued to throw urine onto his neighbor's property. Deputy Dominguez said the neighbor should call the sheriff's department again if the man continues to throw bottles of urine over the fence.
A Teacher's Pet Peeve
East Tanque Verde Road between North Houghton and Soldier Roads, Feb. 20, 9:38 a.m.
According to PCSD reports, Tanque Verde School District employees found a Molotov cocktail in a stairwell outside of a district office.
An associate superintendent told police two district administrators found the remnants of the exploded glass bottle a week earlier. Both administrators said they did not report the incident because they thought that the other would tell police about it, the associate superintendent told police.
Deputies took pictures of the broken glass, the heavy black soot and burned cloth material. Detective Raymond Keith Smith sent the photos and burnt cloth to a state forensics laboratory.
Ice Cream Social
West Ina Road and North Oracle Road, Feb. 23, 5:15 p.m.
Deputies arrested a Tucson man after he allegedly threatened a Walgreen's employees who refused to sell him alcohol, PCSD reports stated.
Walgreen's employees told deputies that James Michael Farley was yelling at customers and employees after he wasn't allowed to buy alcohol.
One employee said she felt threatened when she heard Farley say: "When you get off work, I'll be waiting for you and you won't have to worry about anything any longer."
Farley left the store before deputies arrived, but witnesses said they saw Farley inside a nearby ice cream parlor.
When Deputy John Brady arrived at the parlor, Farley reportedly appeared drunk and was bothering two women were who trying to ignore him. Farley was arrested and taken to Pima County Jail on suspicion of disorderly conduct and threats and intimidation, reports stated. Deputies could not find an address for Farley and did not report his age.