On Monday, Sept. 20, at about 8:30 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the Taco Bell near Oracle and Magee roads because two people had locked themselves in the men's restroom for about an hour and would not come out. When police arrived, the officer pounded on the door, at which time he heard the toilet flush and some coins fall on the floor. After almost a minute, two subjects, a male, 19, and a female, 17, came out of the bathroom. The man told police he and his girlfriend were taking a pregnancy test, talking, and erasing text messages on her cell phone. He told police the pregnancy test was thrown away in the trash can, which later police could not find. Police noticed the male subject appeared to be dazed about what was going on. When asked if he had done any drugs that day, he said no. When asked if he had anything illegal on him, he said he had some marijuana in his pocket. He was arrested and upon further searching, police found burnt and clean aluminum foil, a burned straw, several lighters, a knife and an electronic scale, which all are commonly used to smoke heroin. He was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The female told police she had not done any drugs and police did not find any drugs on her person. Both were released from the scene and told they would be cited for trespassing if they returned to the Taco Bell.
On Monday, Sept. 20, at about 1:15 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the 1300 block of Naranja Drive in reference to graffiti. When police arrived, they met with an Oro Valley employee who found the graffiti in a drainage ditch. The black and yellow spray paint spelled out "ABD" and "CDO." The cost to clean the area was assessed at about $60.