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Posted: Wednesday, February 1, 2012 4:00 am

Oro Valley

On Sunday, Jan. 22, at 10:34 p.m., Oro Valley responded to the McDonalds at 292 W. Magee Road in response to an assault. Police were told that a customer threw a soda at an employee in the drive thru about 20 minutes prior to the call. The victim told police that a group of six or seven juveniles in a car ordered a soda. When the victim gave the juveniles the soda, the driver threw it at him as a prank, hitting him in the face. The victim did not want to press charges but wanted to report it and let the police know of the make, year, model and description of the car the people were in.

On Saturday, Jan. 21, at about 10:15 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a theft from a vehicle on the 11400 block of North Eagle Peak Drive. The victim told police sometime within the last day someone went through the vehicle, though nothing of value appeared to have been taken.

On Friday, Jan. 20, at 3:46 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a fight between two Canyon Del Oro High School students at James Kriegh Park, 23 W. Calle Concordia. According to police reports, the two girls began arguing in the school’s parking lot after school. One girl pulled the other girl’s hair and punched her in the stomach. The girl who got punched left the parking lot and went to the park. There, the other girl followed her and punched her again; this time in the face causing a bloody nose and a split lower lip. Other students attempted to break up the fight, which finally did when school security showed up. Police contacted the father of the girl who got punched and wanted his daughter listed as a victim and to press charges. The other girl was found later at her home. She admitted to punching the other girl and was arrested for assault.

On Monday, Jan. 16, at 8:50 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a burglary on the 10600 block of North Rocky Slope Place. The caller told police he was doing work on the house and noticed the television was missing from the living room. He told police the residents had recently moved into the house and he was doing repairs on the house. The caller also had noticed mud in the master bedroom along with a cracked window and a bent screen.

Marana

On. Jan. 11, at 6:12 p.m., Marana police responded to a call regarding stolen property from a vehicle. The victim told the responding officer that the gas cap had been taken from her vehicle while parked at a residence. The victim declined prosecution, and was mailed Victim’s Rights information. At this time, police have no suspects.

On Jan. 11, at 11:49 p.m., Marana police responded to a larceny call at a north side Circle K location. Upon officer response, the clerk reported three packs of cigarettes were stolen. The clerk told the officer the suspect walked behind the register while she was mopping the floor, grabbed three boxes of Marlboro Reds, and walked out of the store. Police provided the victim a case number and contact information.

On Jan. 12, Marana police were flagged down by a female subject near Tangerine Road. The subject told police she had just been taken at gunpoint and dropped off at a gas station on Tangerine Road. The victim explained two Hispanic males in a red Dodge Charger had taken her phone and purse. The victim said the incident began near St. Mary’s and Granada. Police attempted to locate the suspect vehicles with negative results. The victim was transported to the substation where Tucson Police took over the case.

On Jan. 12 at 12:39 p.m., Marana police responded to a call regarding a stolen trailer on W. Linda Lane. The responding officer spoke with the victim, who explained he and the suspect made an agreement the trailer could be borrowed for two days. The victim told the officer he made attempts to contact the suspect with negative results. The responding officer made contact with the suspect, who explained he was behind on work, and agreed to return the trailer the same evening. The trailer was returned, and the victim has requested no further action at the time.

On Jan. 12, at 2:39 p.m., Marana police responded to a call regarding a vehicle break-in. The victim told the responding officer his vehicle had been parked in her driveway, where a GPS device had been taken. He reported he had left the vehicle unlocked over night. The victim reported no further items missing from the vehicle. There are no suspects at the time. The victim has been issued Victim’s Rights.

On Jan. 12, at 3:23 p.m., Marana police responded to a shoplifting call at Wal-Mart. The responding officer was told by a loss prevention employee that the suspect was monitored concealing an MP3 player and entering the back restroom. Police waited for the suspect to exit the bathroom stall, upon which they questioned him regarding the MP3 player. Police found the MP3 player as well as a  pipe on the suspect, who stated he had drug paraphernalia on him. The suspect was handcuffed and transported to the loss prevention office, where he was cited and released for shoplifting. A Wal-Mart representative stated they were willing to prosecute for shoplifting.

On Jan. 12, at 7:50 p.m., Marana police responded to a hit and run call near Hooters on W. Ina Rd. The victim told police the front passenger side fender had been damaged while he was eating lunch. Police inquired about video surveillance from Bedroxx Bowling, with negative results. The victim was issued Victim’s Rights.

On Jan. 12, at 11:16 p.m., Marana police responded to a call at Circle K regarding suspicious activity. Police met with the reporting clerk, who told them a white male had begun placing sale items in a plastic bag. The suspect then approached the counter and paid for the bleach, upon which the clerk inquired about the items in the bag. The suspect revealed a pair of gloves and a wallet from his bag, which the clerk says the suspect most likely did not take from her store, as he was not in that aisle. The clerk called a neighboring Circle K, and was informed by the clerk that a subject matching the suspect’s description was in the store an hour before. The clerk at this location later called police after the suspect returned to his store, where police apprehended him and placed him under arrest for two counts of shoplifting.

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