Overton and Thornydale Roads, Dec. 2, 4:31 p.m.
The manager of a supermarket banned a male customer after a mother complained he had ogled her 16-year-old daughter, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.
The mother said she and her daughter were standing near the delicatessen at Safeway Food and Drug, 9705 N. Thornydale Road, when "an extremely heavy, large Caucasian male, possibly in his 50s, walked past her daughter and basically undressed her with his eyes," the report stated.
She said the man then stuck his tongue out and asked her daughter, "Who's your daddy?" The mother said she called him "a pig," and he returned the favor by calling her "a lard ass."
A young woman working in the deli also complained about the lecherous looks the man, a frequent customer, regularly gave her.
The Safeway manager told deputies the man was no longer welcome at the store due to his behavior.
An employee had written down the license plate number of the car belonging to the man before he drove off, so a deputy was able to go to his home and inform him of the manager's wishes.
The man denied staring at the girl, but admitted that words had been exchanged between her mother and him. He also agreed to not patronize that particular Safeway anymore.
Deputies didn't charge the man with anything, as the mother only wanted to document the incident.
Ina and Oracle Roads, Nov. 30, 11:20 a.m.
Numerous people claimed to have had things stolen while they were attending a funeral, a PCSD report said.
A woman told authorities that after she left the funeral mass at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 7650 N. Paseo Del Norte, she went to a store. When she went to pay for some items, she discovered about $125 in cash that she knew had been in her purse was missing.
The woman reportedly contacted the church and was told that other people had complained that money, credit cards and other items had been stolen.
There were no suspects at the time of the report.
Short and Sweet
UA Area, Dec. 10, 8:20 a.m.
A UA professor received a suspicious e-mail from a graduate student enrolled in one of her classes, a University of Arizona Police Department report stated.
The e-mail reportedly only said "fuck you." There had been no previous problems with the student, the professor said, although he hadn't attended classes since mid-November.
The professor said she didn't feel threatened by the e-mail and only wanted to document the incident.