On Thursday, June 23, in the morning, Oro Valley police responded to numerous reports in the community near Oracle Road and West Suffolk Drive of damaged mailboxes. None of the victims heard a noise during the night. Victims valued their mailboxes at about $40 each.
On Tuesday, June 21, at about 10:15 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a house near Hardy Road and Northern Avenue in response to criminal damage. When police arrived, they learned that the victim's son had gotten into an argument with his father during dinner. At that time the son threw his food on the ground, went to his room, broke a computer monitor and some speakers, then went outside and threw rocks at his father and his truck, breaking the rear window of the truck. At that point the two wrestled on the ground. The son was arrested for criminal damage and disorderly conduct and was transported to Juvenile Alternatives.
On Sunday, June 19, at about 2:40 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the Hilton El Conquistador Resort in response to vandalized rooms. When police arrived, they learned a security guard at the resort had responded to a large party among four casitas. At about 1 a.m., security told the people to shut down the party and that there could only be two guests per room. As police toured the rooms, they noticed a broken door stop, a broken picture frame with large hole in the wall below it, a hole in the wall behind one of the doors, stained carpets and walls, broken alarm clocks, vandalized windows and wet toilet paper thrown against the wall, as well as burnt cigarettes and marijuana joints. The resort said it would have to charge the guests for smoking in the rooms, repainting and replacing and fixing the broken items. The resort valued the damage at $2,600. The resort then charged the credit card of the renter of the rooms. The hotel wished to prosecute for damages.