According to a University of Arizona Police Department report, a student was showering in her dorm when she realized a Peeping Tom was watching her from underneath the shower curtain.
The student was showering inside the women's bathroom at a campus dorm when she saw a shadow move inside the restroom. The student thought nothing of the shadow and continued to shower until moments later, when she realized that a man's head was staring at her from underneath the curtain.
When she realized she wasn't alone, the student screamed, and the man left the bathroom.
The man was about 20 years old and was wearing a beanie.
Officer Maciborski searched the dorm but didn't find anybody who matched the description.
The student was with her resident assistant while speaking with police. According to Maciborski's report, she was visibly upset.
East Sunrise Drive and North Sabino Canyon Road, Feb. 6, 4:32 p.m.
The Tucson Police Department told a Tucson man he would have to contact the Pima County Sheriff's Department if he wanted to get back some books that an inmate stole from him, a PCSD report stated.
The Tucson man told PCSD officials that a man, who was recently arrested by the TPD, owes him $150 worth of loaned books. The Tucson man loaned the arrestee seven books when they worked together. The arrestee left the job and failed to return the books or return the man's repeated phone calls.
The Tucson man said that officials from the TPD, the agency that arrested the alleged book thief, told him he would need to have the PCSD document the incident if he wanted to have the TPD retrieve and return the books.
PCSD documented the incident and gave the man the report number for verification.
Trailer Park Arrest
East Behan Street and South Bonney Avenue, Feb. 7, 7:06 p.m.
According to a PCSD report, deputies arrested a Tucson man on outstanding warrants after they went to his trailer to investigate a stolen car and a report of people acting bizarrely.
When deputies arrived at the man's trailer, they saw a vehicle parked near his property that had a bandana over the steering column. Deputies suspected that the column was cracked while the car was being hot-wired.
They ran a background check on the car and learned it had been reported stolen.
Deputies spoke to the woman who phoned in the report of people acting bizarrely. Then, they spoke with the trailer owner, Eduardo E. Hernandez, 25. Both witnesses said the vehicle was left at the property earlier by a group of unknown men.
Deputies recognized Hernandez from past incidents and decided to run a background check on him. They arrested him and took him to Pima County Jail for having a warrant for contempt of court in the county's domestic-violence court system.
A tow truck took the car to a police impound lot.