The Grinch Who Stole Jesus
East Sunrise Drive and North Sabino Canyon Road, Dec. 25, 6 p.m.
Police don't know who stole a baby Jesus lawn statue on Christmas, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.
A Tucson woman told deputies that someone took the lighted decoration from her front yard about 6 p.m. The statue was made of plastic and part of a three-piece set worth $90.
From head to toe, the decoration was 18 inches long and could be plugged into an electrical outlet.
License, Registration and Band Flyer
University Area, Jan. 4 12:53 a.m.
Police arrested a Tucson man for drunken driving after he allegedly handed police a band flyer when they asked him for his license and registration, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.
Officer Morrison noticed the driver weaving inside his lane while going southbound on North Euclid Avenue. Morrison stopped the vehicle at East Fifth Street and spoke with the driver, Paul W. Johnson, 37.
Johnson allegedly smelled like alcohol and had red watery eyes. He couldn't find his proof of insurance, but he did give police a band flyer along with his license and registration, the report stated.
Officers allegedly stopped administering the field sobriety tests after Johnson almost fell down while performing the one-leg-stand test.
Morrison took Johnson to UAPD, 1852 E. First St., where he was given a Breathalyzer test. Johnson allegedly had a blood alcohol content of .248, more than three times the legal limit of .08.
He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence while being impaired to the slightest degree, DUI and extreme DUI. Johnson was released when a taxi came to pick him up.
Milk Does Your Car Body Good
West Valencia Road and South Mission Road, Dec. 25, 11 a.m.
According to a PCSD report, somebody doused a Tucson woman's Dodge Caravan with a white liquid believed to be milk.
The woman said she went out to her van on Christmas and noticed the passenger side interior and roof were partially covered with the white liquid. She believes that the liquid reached the interior of the vehicle through an open window.
The woman looked around the property but did not find a milk container.
The woman said she believed it occurred after she fell asleep the night before. She didn't wake up because she is hard of hearing.
Police have no suspects or witnesses at this time.