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Posted: Wednesday, September 21, 2011 3:00 am

On Monday, Sept. 5, at 8:17 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a vandalism call in the 200 block of West Klinger Canyon Drive. Upon arrival, the owner of a 1983 GMC Bronco said his vehicle had been vandalized. According to the report, several dozen tampons were taped all around the vehicle. On the back windshield, spelled in tampons, were the letters “FU.” The vehicle owner said his daughter, who attends a nearby high school, is the primary driver, but she had no idea who was responsible for the vandalism. No other cars in the area were vandalized. Police took pictures of the vehicle, and the owner said he will prosecute.

On Thursday, Sept. 8, at 10:59 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a shoplifting call at Walmart, located at 7951 N. Oracle Road. Upon arrival, police were advised of two male subjects running near the KFC with a stolen bottle of vodka. The store manager told the officers the employee who reported the theft had gone home for the night. The manager stated that she saw the two males running near KFC, and that they looked like teenagers. The two male subjects were reportedly wearing shorts, but the store manager could not provide any further description. The Red Label Vodka is valued at $9.97. The store manager said if the suspects were apprehended, the store is interested in pressing charges. The store provided police with video evidence.

On Friday, Sept. 9, at 10:17 p.m., Oro Valley police pulled over a gray, 2009 Cadillac for failure to maintain its lane. The driver, Judith Ann Block, showed signs and symptoms of impairment and admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages. According to the report, Block had a positive breath test reading of .222. The legal limit is .08. During questioning, Block said she had drunk several “big” glasses of wine. The vehicle was towed, and the driver was charged with driving while under the influence. The driver was transported to the main police station at 11000 N. La Cañada Drive for a blood draw. She was read her Miranda rights, and later cited and released.

On Saturday, Sept. 10, Oro Valley police conducted a traffic stop on a dark-gray 2005 Nissan Titan at 160 W. Ina Road, for having expired registration. The driver, Nayib Alvarez, allegedly showed signs and symptoms of impairment and admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages. He refused a breath test, and was immediately arrested for suspicion of drinking while under the influence. According to police reports, Alvarez admitted to consuming two tall glasses of beer along with a shot of whiskey prior to leaving the bar. Alvarez was read his rights and cited for a driving under the influence to the slightest degree.

On Saturday, Sept. 10, at 10:35 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a burglary call in the 200 block of East Gerbera Way. An 88-year-old woman told police someone stole approximately six savings bonds out of a black metal lock box that she kept on the floor in her closet. With no signs of forced entry, or that a theft had taken place, after further questioning the elderly woman admitted she may have moved the savings bonds but couldn’t remember where. A friend to the woman said the bonds had been seen in her black purse. Police assisted the woman in seeking help and searching for the bonds, which were not found.

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