West Orange Grove Road, April 27, 1:18 p.m.
An apartment-dwelling woman evaded arrest after neighbors reported her odd, noisy habits, said a Pima County Sheriff's Department report.
A sheriff's deputy met with the subject's downstairs neighbor, who complained that the woman was always slamming things around, stomping across her residence and pounding on her floor (the reportee's ceiling). The subject allegedly vacuumed five or six times a day--not living "the normal apartment-living lifestyle," said the reportee.
Statements from other neighbors asserted that the subject was frequently pounding on something for up to a half-hour at a time, and that she often threw things forcefully against her walls. One neighbor said that when he had knocked on her door, she refused to open it, but yelled at him through her window that she could do what she wanted--and then took a photograph of him from her window. Another neighbor was reportedly also yelled at and photographed.
At the subject's residence, the reporting deputy heard a continuous pounding sound and a vacuum cleaner's roar coming from inside. Both noises stopped when he knocked, but the woman would not answer the door. The deputy contacted an apartment manager, who after calling the subject related that she would speak to the deputy--but only over the phone.
This was apparently the second time deputies had been called regarding the woman's behavior.
The Birds and the Bees and the Booze
South Mark Road, April 21, 8:31 p.m.
A drunk couple having sex in public were less than embarrassed when caught, a PCSD report showed.
Sheriff's deputies were called to Lawrence Park, 6777 S. Mark Road, in response to a complaint that two nearly nude people in a car on park grounds were making their vehicle rock violently back and forth. The vehicle was in full view of the park entrance and less than 100 feet from two children's softball games.
One deputy approached the vehicle and shone his flashlight inside to see two people quite obviously having sex in the car's passenger seat. Two mostly empty 40-ounce bottles of Old English malt liquor sat on the vehicle's floorboard. Upon opening the vehicle's door, the deputy was hit with a smell that made him "sick and queasy to (his) stomach." Told to stop, the subjects casually got into seated positions. The male pulled his pants up and got into the driver's seat while the female just sat where she was. She did not don shorts until the deputy commanded her to do so. After being cited for drinking in public, the female repeatedly asked if she could drive home. (She was told she could not.) The male was arrested on an outstanding warrant.