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Posted: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 4:00 am

On Saturday, June 7, at 2:11 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to the McDonalds at 292 W. Magee Road in response to a person trespassing. Police were told two men had been knocking on the locked door in an attempt to get in, despite being told to leave. Police learned that they had been hitting the drive-thru window, and continued to sit on the picnic tables outside after being told to leave. One of the subjects, who appeared to be the aggressor in the situation, was cited and releases for trespassing and disorderly conduct. 


On Thursday, June 5, at 9:08 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the Massage Envy at 7645 N. Oracle Road in response to a man being attacked by a group of people in the parking lot. When police arrived, they found a man with a swollen lip, blood on his shirt and pants, and a small cut on his temple. The man told police that he knew the man who attacked him. He told police that he used to work with the man’s girlfriend and had been accused of having sex with her. He recounted that the man didn’t say anything, but came up and punched, kicked and kneed him about 30 times. He refused medical attention and did not wish to press charges. 


On Thursday, June 5, at about 12:08 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the Walmart at 2150 E. Tangerine Road in response to a shoplifting in progress. Staff at the store had already detained the woman, who was seen attempting to steal aspirin, Band-Aids, and Breathe-Right strips, for a total of $14.28, and she switched the tags on some shorts to be $3.96 instead of $6.86. She was arrested for shoplifting.


On Tuesday, June 3, at about 12:43 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a house near Oracle Road and El Conquistador Way in response to threats. The caller told police that her ex-boyfriend called her on the phone and told her he was going to put a bullet in her and her son’s head. The woman told police that he was upset with her because she is now engaged. Police spoke with the woman’s ex-boyfriend over the phone. He said he had not seen her in more than six years, but was upset with her for posting some stuff on Facebook. Police told the man not to talk with her.

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