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By Liz Dailey
Arizona Daily Wildcat
March 30, 1999
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A university student called police Friday morning after her boyfriend "flipped out" and threatened her, police reports stated.

The student said she discovered she was pregnant on Thursday. She told her boyfriend, who reportedly became "very upset" by the news, reports stated.

She told police her boyfriend drove her to a doctor's appointment on campus, and while en route, he drove "recklessly," reports stated.

The student told police she called a friend of hers and an adviser on campus after the incident because she was "afraid," reports stated.

The student wrote in her statement to police that the man said, "you ruined my life," and "he hates kids," reports stated.

The man reportedly told the student "she had to get an abortion," reports stated.

The student also told police her boyfriend threatened her with a gun on Feb. 19, police reports stated.

The man reportedly told the student he had "diplomatic immunity because his father was a five-star general in the Syrian air force," reports stated.

The student's friend told police in a written statement that the boyfriend invited a group of friends to her house on Feb. 19, the student's birthday.

The friend wrote, "He (the student's boyfriend) does not hold his liquor well," and stated the boyfriend became confrontational with the student, reports stated.

The friend said the student and her boyfriend went into her bedroom and began to argue, reports stated.

The friend said she heard the student crying and then heard her boyfriend say he had a "loaded gun," reports stated.

The friend said the student told her he had "grabbed her by the throat and held up the gun to her," reports stated.

The student told police she did not want to press charges against the man.

A police officer found two bags of what he believed to be crack cocaine inside a patrol car Friday morning.

The officer was cleaning out the car at 6:30 a.m., when he found the two bags "concealed" under the front seat cover on the passenger's side, police reports stated.

The suspected crack cocaine was placed into evidence.

Two female students called police Thursday night after receiving an obscene message on their answering machine.

The Apache dorm residents told police they were in their room, 1440 E. Fifth St., at 9:20 p.m., when their phone rang and they decided not to answer the call.

Police listened to the message and heard other males laughing in the background, reports stated.

The students were successful in tracing the call.

Police arrested a Tucson man Saturday morning, for the third time in six days on suspicion of trespassing.

An employee of the UA-area Subway Sandwich and Salads, 914 E. Speedway Blvd., called police at 6:39 p.m. after Clifford A. Edelman, 49, was told to leave the property.

When police arrived, Edelman said he was "just using the bathroom" and that he knew he was not supposed to be on the property, police reports stated.

Police took Edelman to Pima County Jail where he was booked, again.

A student called police Sunday morning after she discovered her car was missing. Her father later located the car on campus, police reports stated.

The student told police she parked her 1970 white Volkswagen Beetle in a Zone One lot on North Mountain Avenue on Friday at 4 p.m. When she returned Sunday at 10 a.m., her car was gone, reports stated.

She told police there was no evidence of the car being broken into, but said she did leave a window open, reports stated.

The student told her father about the theft, and he then drove around campus and found the car parked in front of a residence, blocking a driveway, at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Police were able to obtain one fingerprint from the car's driver side wing window.

Police Beat is compiled from University of Arizona Police Department reports.