On Thursday, Feb. 4 at about 9:45 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to a call from Ironwood Ridge High School regarding a vehicle that was damaged the previous day. The victim said he parked his 2005 Audi in the west parking lot at about 6:30 p.m., on Feb. 3 while attending his child's soccer game. He then left around 8:30 p.m., and parked the car in a garage. In the morning he noticed the entire passenger side of the vehicle, the top of the trunk and the passenger-side taillight were keyed, leaving deep marks in the paint. The victim told police he believed it was his ex-wife's boyfriend. He also told police there is an ongoing investigation involving his ex-wife and her boyfriend. He was given a victims' rights form. No arrests were made.
On Thursday, Feb. 4 at about 10:30 a.m., Oro Valley police responded to Ironwood Ridge High School in response to a theft. An employee at the school said she noticed $30 was missing from a desk drawer on Monday, Jan. 25. She said she had locked the money in the drawer on the previous Friday. No arrests were made.
On Thursday, Feb. 4 at about 12 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the 100 block of West Linda Vista Boulevard in reference to graffiti. Police spoke with a Public Works employee from the town who said he found the letters "ADORN 09" written in blue and purple spray paint graffiti on the concrete drainage ditch on the north side of Linda Vista Boulevard. He said there were other letters, but they were illegible. He also said he found additional graffiti on several nearby road signs, a utility box and an outlet sign with the letters "JRB," "RTS," "ADORN," and "FTW." The employee said it would cost about $100 to repaint the concrete. No arrests were made.
On Thursday, Feb.4 at about 3:45 p.m., Oro Valley police were dispatched to the 11000 block of North La Cañada Drive in response to a fight brewing. Dispatchers told the officers there were approximately six teenagers hitting each other with clubs. When police arrived,all the people involved with the incident were located and interviewed. They said the altercation was only verbal and no one wished to prosecute. All involved then left without any further incidents. No arrests were made.
On Thursday Feb. 4 at about 8:15 p.m., Oro Valley police responded to the Walmart at Oracle and Tangerine roads in reference to shoplifting. Store employees had detained a man who stole an "Assassin's Creed" PlayStation 3 video game and a pair of black gloves. Together, the items were worth $26.94. The man was cited and released.