UA Area, Sept. 27, 4:18 p.m.
The latest in a series of anti-Bush defacements at the University of Arizona depicted a head labeled "Pat Robertson" performing oral sex on a man, a UA Police Department report said.
A custodian said someone used a black permanent marker on a wall inside a men's restroom in the Theater Arts building, 1025 N. Olive Road.
The Robertson head was fellating a naked male torso that was reportedly labeled "Bush," with the S in the shape of a swastika.
An officer noted there were many other anti-Bush epithets written on the wall, including "Katrina = Bush's Lewinski Experience Blow Jobs." Above the picture was written "Suck it for $$ you Neocon Christian Fuck," the report stated.
The vandalism appeared to be the work of a single person, an officer wrote, as the graffiti was clustered at about the same height on the wall, and the handwriting appeared to be consistent.
Custodial staff said there had been other incidents recently where anti-Bush graffiti had appeared in the building. A Sept. 28 UAPD report stated someone had written "Impeach Bush" on a bathroom wall in the Administration building, 1401 E. University Blvd.
Sunrise Drive and Craycroft Road, Sept. 16, 4:54 p.m.
A boy told his teacher he was angry with his dad about a method of discipline, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report stated.
The principal at the school shared the boy's sentiments with his mother and suggested guidance counseling, she told a PCSD telephone operator. The mother reportedly said her husband doesn't believe in counseling.
She told the principal when their son misbehaves, her husband has him exercise until he either can't exercise anymore or he starts to cry, the report said.
The principal, who wanted to document what she perceived as a possible case of child abuse, said the mother seemed worried about her husband discovering their son was seeing a counselor.
Unincorporated Pima County, Sept. 12, 1:56 p.m.
The superintendent for a home-construction company said someone went into a house that was being built and overflowed a tub, a PCSD report said.
He said an intruder probably entered the home between 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. while construction crews were coming and going. Workers noticed the water when it had flooded the hallway.
The superintendent said the plug used was a temporary one that came with the tub.