On Friday, April 25, at about 11:06 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a report of a reckless driver in the area of Copper Creek and Desert Cloud. The caller told police that a car was driving along the road hitting garbage cans. Police found a car matching the description given parked in the driveway of a nearby house with a man sitting in the driver’s seat. When the driver noticed police, he quickly got out of his car. He told police that he had been sent home from work because he had taken pills. Police could smell a strong odor of intoxicants coming from him as he spoke. During field sobriety tests, the man showed numerous signs of being intoxicated and was placed in handcuffs. Police also learned that his license had been suspended. He was arrested for DUI, DUI with a BAC above .08, and for driving on a suspended license.
On Thursday, April 24, at about 12:44 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to two calls from a house on the 10700 block of North Glen Abbey Drive. One call said that a man had just assaulted her friend. The other call was from the man who said two women just ransacked his house. The two women had come to the man’s house to gather their belongings. During their time there, an argument began and food items were dropped and spilled, and the man’s phone was broken, along with a glass. The man was arrested for domestic violence assault, criminal damage and disorderly conduct. He was transport to and booked in the Pima County Adult Detention Center.
On Sunday, April 20, at about 5:30 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to an apartment on 9095 N. Oracle Road in response to an unknown problem. The caller told police they had heard a woman scream, “get away from me” as she left her apartment. Police found a woman in the parking lot who partially matched the description given. She appeared upset and looked like she had been crying. After being told that she had been in an argument with her boyfriend, police spoke with him. Police learned the couple had a simple verbal argument and the boyfriend agreed to leave the apartment for the day.
On Tuesday, April 29, at about 9:36 a.m., Marana police responded to a theft from the Circle K at 13961 N. Sandario Road. The victim told police that while he was riding his ATV, some items had been stolen out of his car. Both the front and rear passenger side windows had been broken while the car was parked near West Cochie Canyon Trail and North Owl Head Ranch Road. He has a diagnostic scanning tool, two subwoofers, an amp, a satellite radio, an iPad, and two multi-tools. The items were valued at $6,130 and it is expected to cost $1,200 to replace the windows.
On Sunday, April 27, at 1:05 p.m., Marana police responded to a report of criminal damage at a house on the 800 block of North Amber Burst Drive. The caller, a realtor for the house, told police that two windows had been broken within the past few weeks. The windows were upstairs and appeared to have been broken by rocks that were thrown from a desert area behind the house. The damages were estimated at $1,200.
On Tuesday, April 22, at 12:56 p.m., Marana police responded to report of a theft from a house on the 8400 block of North Mountain Stone Pine Way. The victim showed police that the carpet from the master bedroom had been stolen from a house that was being shown and was for sale. The carpet was valued at $336.64.
On Friday, April 18, at about 9:08 a.m., Marana police responded to house that was being built on the 8700 block of North Norway Spruce Road in response to a copper theft. Sometime during the night, someone had cut and taken all of the 14/2 gauge wiring throughout the house. The cost to replace the wiring would be about $1,200.