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By Liz Dailey
Arizona Daily Wildcat
April 20, 1999
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A student called university police Sunday to report that a man was allegedly masturbating while watching her sunbathe, police reports stated.

The student told police she and two other women were outside the Pi Beta Phi sorority at 11:50 a.m., 1035 N. Mountain Ave., when they heard a sound come from the building's north gate.

The student told the officer she saw a bare-chested man standing at the gate, wearing a black ski mask and shorts, reports stated.

She told police she cursed at the masturbating man, telling him to leave or she would call authorities, reports stated.

The man reportedly continued to masturbate. The student ran into the house and called police.

Another woman at the sorority house told officers she heard the man masturbating. When she looked up, the man put on a white shirt and ran into an alleyway on the west side of the house, reports stated.

Police searched the area but were unable to find the man, reports stated.

A student flagged down police Friday night after someone vandalized her car.

The student showed officers the damage to her 1971 yellow Opel, which was parked at East Second Street and North Olive Road at 4:30 p.m..

She returned at 7:02 p.m., someone had inserted Super Glue into the locks of her vehicle, reports stated.

Police were able to help the student unlock her car.

A student called police Friday to report a stolen cement lawn cow, police reports stated.

While the student was in his room at the Chi Phi fraternity, 1104 E. Seventh St., at 12:30 a.m., he reportedly heard a noise coming from his balcony, reports stated.

He told police he saw two men "running" from the house. He noticed one man appeared to be carrying a "heavy object," reports stated.

The student told police he noticed five minutes later that the $50 cement cow was taken from the balcony.

Someone called police Friday morning to report a passenger in a car shooting an unknown type of gun, police reports stated.

Officers went to the area of East First Street and North Tyndall Avenue at 2:53 a.m. and saw several vehicles covered in paint, reports stated. Witnesses described the suspicious car as a purple Volkswagen Bug.

Police found a car matching the description and stopped the driver. Officers then found a paintball gun in the vehicle.

The officer stated in his report that he would complete the report on another shift. No other information was available.

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