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Pima County Sheriff's reports for the week of July 9th

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 11th, 2012


Wednesday, June 20

1:21 p.m., 2600 block of W. Mystic Mountain Dr. – A woman looking online for a work from home job was sent a cashier’s check from a company she thought she was going to work for. She deposited the check into her bank account and sent another cashier’s check to an address she was given so they would send her the equipment for her new job. The equipment did not arrive and the cashier’s check did not clear the bank. The internet job scam victim is out $2,261.

Larceny from Motor Vehicle

Thursday, June 21

8:09 a.m., 9700 block of N. Thornydale Road – A man reported that a window of his car had been broken by an unknown suspect. After the suspect entered the vehicle, they opened the trunk. A set of golf clubs and a toolbox were left in the trunk but a $500 G&G Air Soft gun was stolen.


Thursday, June 21

2:08 p.m., 9000 block of N. Shannon Road – A woman reported that her bank had notified her of suspicious charges being made on her and her husband’s debit cards. A total of $657.86 was fraudulently placed on the cards.

Larceny – Auto Parts/Accessories

Thursday, June 21

2:51 p.m., 2700 block of W. Kewanee St. – A woman reported that the license plate that was currently on her vehicle was not her license plate. She was not sure when the switch had taken place.

Attempted Vehicle Theft

Friday, June 22

8:43 a.m., 9700 block of N. Thornydale Road – A man reported that an unknown suspect had attempted to steal his vehicle. A rear sliding window had been broken to make entry and the steering column was damaged. Repairs are estimated at $500.

Burglary Force Residence

Saturday, June 23

1:16 a.m., 9800 block of N. Western Fork Trail – A woman reported that a house she was watching for a friend while she was out of town had been broken into through the garage door. The homeowner was contacted by phone at which time she informed the responding deputy that her boyfriend that she was traveling with had gotten pictures of his children sent to him over his phone of them in her house. It was not known at this time if anything had been stolen.

Larceny – All Other

Saturday, June 23

6:58 p.m., 14100 block of N. Skyhawk Dr. – A woman reported that parts had been stolen from six pinball machines she had on a trailer in her backyard. Multiple circuits and other pieces were taken from the machines which has rendered them useless.

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