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Marana Police report for the week of May 16

Modified: Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

1. Larceny from Motor Vehicle

Sunday, April 29

6:36 p.m., 5800 block of W. Arizona Pavilions Drive – A woman reported that while she and her mother were inside Kohl’s for about 20 minutes $400 worth of her mother’s property was stolen from their truck in the parking lot.

2. Larceny – Shoplifting

Monday, April 30

11:55 a.m., 3900 block of W. Costco Drive – The loss prevention officer of Sportsman’s Warehouse had a male suspect in custody for shoplifting a $12 concealable holster. The suspect was trespassed from the store, cited for shoplifting and released.

3. Theft

Monday, April 30

2:55 p.m., 3700 block of W. Ina Road – A woman reported that she left her purse in a shopping scooter at Fry’s. When she returned to get her purse it was no longer in the basket of the scooter and had not been turned into lost and found.

4. Larceny from Motor Vehicle

Monday, April 30

5:09 p.m., Avra Valley Road & Sandario Road – A man reported that after shooting at Silverbell Mines he ran out of gas on the way home. The lock to his vehicle is broken so he put his guns behind the driver side seat and covered them up with a towel. He then walked to get gas and when he returned his $349.11 9mm Ruger, $640 Rifle and the radio deck and subwoofers had all been stolen from the vehicle.

5. Larceny

Tuesday, May 1

2:52 p.m., 6700 block of N. Casa Grande Highway – An employee of Pima County reported that $500 worth of copper wiring had been stolen from this location.

6. Larceny from Vehicle

Wednesday, May 2

7:51 a.m., 4100 block of W. Ina Road – A woman reported that her purse was taken from her locked car while she was inside Boxing, Inc. working out. The purse minus the $200 in cash she had was found on the sidewalk by Regency Plaza and was returned to her.

7. Larceny

Wednesday, May 2

12:30 p.m., 6400 block of N. Thornydale Road – A female reported that her wallet had been stolen from her backpack that was in the employee room of Tres Amigos while she was working.

8. Criminal Damage

Thursday, May 3

6:39 a.m., 12000 block of N. Bass Canyon Drive – A man reported hearing a small car with a loud muffler racing through his neighborhood when he was getting ready for bed. He also heard screeching tires and a loud crash. The next morning he discovered that the car had failed to negotiate a left turn and had jumped the curb and smashed two mailboxes. Repairs are estimated at $150.

9. Larceny – Shoplifting

Thursday, May 3

7:18 p.m., 5800 block of W. Arizona Pavilions – The loss prevention officer at Kohl’s observed a woman placing two picture frames in a cart and covering them up with clothing. The female then checked out and paid for the clothing item and one frame before leaving the store with the second $34 frame unpaid for. She was cited and released.

10. Abandoned Vehicle

Thursday, May 3

11:05 p.m., 10000 block of W. Tangerine Farms Road – An officer on patrol noticed a white 1997 Ford Astro van parked on the side of the road. The keys were in the ignition but the vehicle would not start. A records check determined that the vehicle had not been reported stolen. The vehicle was impounded and towed for safekeeping.

11. Motor Vehicle Theft

Friday, May 4

9:34 a.m., 4900 block of W. Ina Road – A man reported that his 1998 Dodge Ram 150 valued at $1,500 had been stolen from the parking lot of the Red Roof Inn. Communications advised that the vehicle had been recovered and was not drivable.

12. Criminal Damage

Friday, May 4

11:06 a.m., 8800 block of N. Silverbell Road – A Vicar reported that a window of the building at this location had sustained window damage from what appeared to have been a B.B. gun.

13. Disturbance

Saturday, May 5

8:01 p.m., 7500 block of N. Silverbell Road – An officer was dispatched to this location in reference to a possible assault. As a result of the investigation it was determined that it was mutual altercation and no arrest was made.

For the complete article see the 05-16-2012 issue.

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