On Monday, March 31, at 2:41 p.m., deputies with the Pima County Sheriff’s Department resonded to a report of a domestic dispute at a house near Avra Valley and Anway roads. The man told deputies that him and his wife were currently going through a divorce. He said him and his wife, who are currently living together, got into a verbal argument that led to the wife whipping him with a cellphone charging cord. When the kids came into the room, the wife stopped whipping him, went into the closet and got a knife. While holding the knife, she started toward her husband, but stopped because the kids were yelling at her to stop. She was arrested for domestic violence/ assault, four counts of domestic violence/ disorderly conduct, and disorderly conduct involving a deadly weapon or knife.
On Sunday, April 13 at 1:50 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a call about a past assault that occurred at the Hilton El Conquistador that is located on 1000 N. Oracle Road. The officer went to the Oro Valley Hospital and talked to a 17-year-old boy from Mountain View High School. The night before he was at the school’s prom when a fight took place. The boy had a cut and bruised left eye, a red right eye and a scrape on his left elbow. The mom of the boy said that her son was assaulted by his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend. The boy said that his ex-girlfriend broke up with him this past November. Even though she had a new boyfriend, the boy sent her flowers. The boyfriend got mad and said, “I’ll take care of you.” The boy replied, “You know where to find me.” When the boy saw the boyfriend at prom he avoided him. When he left prom the boyfriend said, “If you have something to say, say it now.” The boy said he didn’t and walked away to talk with friends. The boyfriend pushed the boy. The boy did not fight back as the boyfriend hit him three to four times. The boy never threw a punch and the fight was broken up.
On Sunday, April 13 at about 4:50 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to a call about a dog bite at 8851 N. Oracle Road. The caller heard yelling in an upstairs apartment. The officer knocked on the door where the woman was yelling. After asking a few time the woman opened the door. She had blood on her clothes, hands, legs and feet. She was holding her dog and said she was the only one home. They checked the woman’s injuries. The officer saw broken glass in the apartment and the smell of burnt marijuana. He also saw a glass pipe and a bowl with what he thoughts was Marijuana. In one of the rooms was the dog, but no people in the apartment. The woman said she was upset at the passing of her dad. When asked if she broke the glass she said, “That’s most likely what happened.” The woman was taken to the hospital.