Wednesday, June 27, at 4:50 p.m., Marana Police responded to a residence in reference to a theft. Police made contact with the victim who said someone had stolen four ornaments from her front yard. The victim said she does not know who stole the ornaments. The victim said that the missing ornaments cost approximately $50.00 total. The victim also indicated that she wishes to pursue charges.
Tuesday, June 26, at 10:49 a.m., Marana Police responded to a residence near Cortaro Farms and Oldfather Roads. Upon arrival police met with the reporting party who said the residence was in a family trust and no longer inhabited. She reported that her brother checks on the house twice a day and discovered theft that morning.
Sunday, June 24, at 5:36 p.m., Marana Police responded to a residence near Continental Reserve Loop in reference to theft. Upon arrival, police spoke with the victim who said someone had stolen four ornaments from her front yard. The victim reported that she gets along with her neighbors and did not know who would have stolen the items. The ornaments were valued at about $300.00 in total. The victim said that she wants to pursue charges.
Sunday, June 24, at 10:45 a.m., Marana Police responded to a pool area near Orange Grove Road. Upon arrival, police spoke with the manager who said that between 10:00 p.m. the previous night and 7:00 a.m. someone had broken into the soda machine in the pool area. The machine was pried open on the hinges and most of the cash, totaling about $100.00 was missing. The damages to repair the machine were estimated to be $200.00. The complex has surveillance footage and will contact the police if there is anything on the surveillance detailing the theft and damage.
Monday, June 25, at 11:55 a.m., Oro Valley Police spoke with a victim in reference to fraud. The victim said that she had contacted her bank the previous day in order to find out her remaining balance. The account balance appeared low so the victim followed the telephone prompts to inquire about recent withdrawals. The victim said that she was the only person in possession of the debit card and that she had been at work on the date of the last transaction. The victim visited the bank to report the incident and they cancelled her debit card and will be issuing a new one. The victim said that she was completing the paperwork from the bank and needed to report the incident to the police. She was given the case number. This was the third time that the victim has had to cancel a credit card for unauthorized use. Once the charges have been reversed, the victim will have suffered no financial loss.
Sunday, June 24, at about 10:57 p.m., Oro Valley Police responded to a report of assault that occurred near Rancho Vistoso Boulevard and Moore Road. The report said that the victim was assaulted because she did not want the other subject to drive away while intoxicated. Police conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle on Tangerine Road and the driver was arrested for DUI and Domestic Violence Assault. The passenger was arrested for Assault and Minor Consumption.
Sunday, June 24, at 4:20 p.m., Oro Valley Police spoke with a victim on the phone in reference to damage to her vehicle. The victim said she parked her vehicle at a store at Oracle and Magee Roads. She went into the store at about 3:30 p.m. and got into her car and went home at 4:00 p.m. When she arrived home, the victim noticed that an emblem from the passenger side of the vehicle was missing. Police responded to the store and spoke with the manager who said that someone would be in the next day to review the video. The emblem would cost between $40 and $60 to replace.
Sunday, June 24, at 3:43 p.m., Oro Valley Police spoke with a victim via telephone in reference to a recent burglary at her home near Rancho Vistoso Boulevard and Oracle Road. The victim reported that she had recently been out of town and her narcotic pain medication had been in the custody of her daughter. Friday, June 22 the daughter had gone to the victim’s home to prepare it for her return from vacation and she placed the medications on the kitchen counter. The victim and her husband returned home at 10:00 p.m. and the medications were not where they had been left. There were no signs of forced entry at the residence and nothing else was missing. The victim said that about 10 days earlier an unknown individual had entered her grandson’s truck at 3:00 a.m. The incident was not reported and only a garage door opener was missing. The victim felt that the missing garage door opened was used to gain access to the house when the medications were stolen. Police mailed Victim’s Rights for the thefts of medication and of the garage door opener.