On June 23, at 9:39 a.m., Marana police responded to a call referencing criminal damage. The responding officer made contact with the victim, who stated his car had been egged the night prior. The officer observed three eggs had hit the vehicle. No suspects were identified.
On June 22, at 6:58 p.m., Marana police responded to a business parking lot along Ina Road referencing a report of a male that had hit the reporting person’s vehicle. The reporting party stated she almost backed into the suspect’s vehicle, at which point he exited his car and slammed both of his fists on the victim’s trunk, which left two dents. The victim provided the officer with the suspect’s license plate number, and the officer then made contact with the suspect at his residence and cited him for criminal damage.
On June 22, at 5:54 p.m., Marana police responded to a call referencing a license plate stolen from a vehicle. The responding officer made contact with the reporting party, who stated the license plate on her Toyota pick-up had been stolen. She stated that she last saw the license plate on the vehicle the day prior, and had not seen anyone around the vehicle. The victim was provided a case number. No suspects have been identified.
On June 21, at 3:03 p.m., Marana police responded to Kohl’s in reference to a shoplifter in custody. Upon arrival, the officer made contact with the loss prevention manager, who stated he had observed a suspect take two cosmetic items into the dressing room. Upon exiting the dressing room, the suspect was no longer carrying the items. The suspect then exited the store without paying before being apprehended by the manager. The suspect admitted to stealing the items, and was cited for shoplifting.
On June 20, at 3:45 p.m., Marana police responded to a Radio Shack in reference to shoplifting. The reporting party told the officer the suspect was seen wearing two backpacks and heading southbound on Thornydale Road. The officer located the suspect, who ignored the officer’s order to stop. The officer caught up to the suspect and placed him in handcuffs. The suspect then admitted to taking an item, which he gave to the officer. The suspect said he stole the item, a Roku 2 X5 media player, because he is homeless and needed money. The suspect was cited and released.
On June 20, at 3:10 p.m., Marana police responded to Peter Piper Pizza in reference to criminal damage. The responding officer made contact with the reporting party, who stated the driver of another vehicle dented his vehicle after hitting it with his car door. The victim attempted to flag down the driver but was unsuccessful. He provided the officer with a possible license plate, but it did not match. The case was closed pending new information.
On June 18, at 2:10 p.m., Marana police spoke via telephone to a victim of fraudulent activity on her checking account. The victim said she discovered an unauthorized debit to her Hughes Federal Credit Union account for the amount of $29.95. The victim said she had since notified the credit union and gotten a new debit card. The victim was provided with a case number.
On June 16, at 8:20 p.m., Marana police responded to a call referencing two suspicious vehicles in the 9300 block of N. Grizzly Flats Place. The responding officers made contact with the driver of one of the vehicles and smelled the odor of marijuana from inside. The driver stated he had no illegal substances in the vehicle, and refused to allow officers to search the vehicle. The officer returned to his vehicle to request a canine unit, but after a moment, the driver chose to disclose the fact he had marijuana in the vehicle. The driver was cited for possession of marijuana and released.
On June 16, at 6:15 a.m., Marana police responded to a call referencing theft from a vehicle. The responding officer made contact with the victim, who stated his vehicle had accidentally been left unlocked overnight. Items stolen from the vehicle included a flashlight and emergency roadside kit. No suspects were identified.
On June 16, at 2:15 p.m., Marana police responded to a call referencing stolen property. The responding officer arrived at the victim’s place of work, where the victim explained she had used the restroom and left her phone on the toilet paper rack and forgotten it. Upon returning minutes later, the phone was missing. The victim stated she paid more than $800 for the phone. No suspects were identified.
On June 16, at 3:20 p.m., Marana police responded to a call referencing a shoplifter in custody. The responding officer met with the business’ loss prevention employee, who stated she observed the suspect place several items in her bag and leave the store without paying. The suspect acknowledged stealing the items, stating she did not have enough money to purchase food. The amount taken and recovered was $269.60. The suspect was cited and escorted from the store.
On Wednesday, June 19, at 7:22 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a house on the 200 block of West Sugar Loaf Road in response to call about an unwanted person. A woman told police that her ex-boyfriend was in her backyard burning items in her fire pit. The woman said he was burning all of the memories of the two of them, which included a shirt, pictures, picture frames, a candle and a tree. The man, who had already been told that if he came to the woman’s house again he would be charged for trespassing, had left the property when he noticed the woman calling police. Police searched the area, but were unable to find him. Later, police received a call from the man, who agreed to meet in person. He denied being at his ex-girlfriend’s house. He was arrested for domestic violence with criminal damage and taken to the Pima County Corrections Complex.