UA AREA, JUNE 1, 8 A.M.
Several University of Arizona Police Department divisions received a suspicious fax from a man warning about exposure to radio frequencies, a UAPD report stated.
The fax was addressed to the U.S. Marshals Service and didn't appear to be connected to the UA in any way.
Although the name of the fax's supposed sender was redacted in the UAPD report, its contents sound strikingly similar to an e-mail forwarded to Police Dispatch at about the same time. In the e-mail, addressed to a supervisor in the U.S. Marshals Service, a man identifying himself as Sean M. Daughtery warns of subliminal messages being patched through Tucson appliances.
Daughtery wrote that he inquired about these radio-wave messages with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' office and a handful of local and federal government agencies, including the FBI.
An unidentified woman with the FBI asked if Daughtery had seen a psychiatrist after he broached the subject with her, the e-mail stated. Daughtery replied that he had "A SPECIAL PROGRAM" that "PICKED UP UNUASUL SOUNDS IN THE OPEN AIR."
The entire e-mail is written in capital letters.
"I HAVE LABORTORY PROOF OF SUBLIMINAL MESSAGES IN THE AIRWAVES AROUND TUCSON THAT GOES AROUND EVERYONES HOME THAT ARE NEGATIVE AND PRO DRUG ANTI POLICE AND NO ONE DOES ANYTHING ABOUT THIS WHAT IS WRONG AND THE WAY IT IS SENT OUT AND HEARD BY INNER EAR CAUSE SEVERAL PSYCHOACCOUSTIC EFFECTS AND PYSCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS SINCE 1956 THESE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN STUDIED BY MANY DISCPLINES OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING," the e-mail stated.
Near the end of the letter, Daughtery made a list of "INTERESTING FACTS." Here's No. 5: "WHEN SOMETHING THIS HARMFUL EFFECTS ON ALL YOUR APPLIANCES AND YOU CANT USE CERTAIN WIRELESS DEVICES IN YOUR HOME A PERSON CANT FIND A POLICE OFFICER TO STOP THIS OR A INSURANCE COMPANY WHO WILL PAY FOR THE LOSS DO TO THIS DAMAGE."
A UAPD officer reportedly contacted a U.S. deputy marshal, who said that his supervisor has had ongoing contact with the fax's sender. The deputy marshal added that the fax's sender "continually provides what (he) considers to be intelligence."
INA ROAD AND INTERSTATE 10, MAY 20, 8:12 P.M.
A woman is sick and tired of her neighbors urinating in her front yard, a Pima County Sheriff's Department report said.
For as long as the woman could remember, the residents of the group home next door "have been coming outside and peeing in the front yard and exposing themselves to neighbors."
The group-home leader said he would keep an eye on things.