Police Blotter

X marks the spot: Some neighbors who don’t get along got into a dispute over graffiti on one of their fences. The homeowner who called police said his neighbor took a permanent marker and made scribbles and X’s all over his fence. The accused neighbor didn’t answer the door when police visited her house.

The Grinch who stole the Galaxy: A resident told police his Federal Express package was stolen off his front stoop. FedEx showed it was delivered, but he said he never saw it at his house. The package was a Samsung Galaxy Note screen replacement.

Missing bike: Someone’s $800 bicycle was stolen Sept. 24 out from under the stairs near their front door on West Deloney Avenue.

Juul in school: A 15-year-old girl was cited for possession of tobacco after school officials found her vape pen.

Off-roading under the influence: Residents in Melody Ranch called police last week because one of their neighbors was driving through people’s yards. Deputies located the man, who was passed out in his driver’s seat with his truck still running. He was parked in his own driveway. The 58-year-old was arrested on a charge of DUI.

Unhappy customer: Police responded to Hole Bowl at 11 p.m. Sept. 24 about a man who had returned to the restaurant and bowling alley after he had been kicked out and told not to come back. The 35-year-old Oregon man had been causing a disturbance and bothering other customers, reports stated. Officers found him on the front patio of the business with an open container of beer. The man tried to walk away from police and became violent when they tried to detain him. He was arrested on charges of interference and open container.

Over served: A man became really drunk Sept. 26 and responsibly called a cab to go home at 1 a.m., but he was too intoxicated to remember where he lived, police said. The 33-year-old was arrested on a charge of public intoxication.

Not cool: A drunk man was pointing his cellphone at people, pretending it was a gun. The 39-year-old was standing in the Pink Garter Plaza, and witnesses called police on him because they were disturbed by his behavior. The man attempted to run away from officers when they arrived, and he refused to provide any ID. The Phoenix man was arrested on charges of interference and pedestrian under the influence.

Stranger danger: A man went inside a woman’s apartment unannounced around 10 p.m. Saturday and she kicked him out, only for him to try to come back in. When officers arrived, the man was passed out next to a bottle of liquor on her stoop. The man was too drunk to sit up, and when police tried to get measure his breath the monitor kept going up and up until it was off the charts. He was taken to the hospital and charged with public intoxication.

 

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