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Police Beat

By Kristopher Califano

Thursday September 6, 2001

A UA employee called university police Tuesday from a campus building after someone told her that they "missed licking her clit," police reports stated.

The employee has received obscene messages on her voicemail at McClelland Hall, 1130 E. Helen St., from Friday to Tuesday.

She told officers that the suspect has used her nickname and left several messages that said, "I miss you," "I can't wait to see you again" and "I miss licking your clit," reports stated.

The employee did not recognize the voice of the caller but told police that the voice sounded like a young man.

The messages were erased prior to the officers' arrival. They were unable to trace the obscene messages.

Police were called to a UA parking garage Tuesday afternoon after an employee noticed a drawings of a naked woman and a man smoking a pipe, and other graffiti markings, reports stated.

The employee told officers that the graffiti was on the floor of the northeast corner of the fifth floor at the Tyndall Avenue Garage, 880 E. Fourth St.

Police think that the markings were done with a red and black marker. In addition to the drawings of a man and a woman, the words "thug 10 monkey nuttz kacki 5 off," were written on the floor, reports stated.

A copy of the police report was forwarded to the Parking and Transportation Department for removal of the graffiti.

A UA student called police Tuesday after her bike was stolen from a campus building, reports stated.

The student left her $200 mountain bike on the northeast side of Pima Residence Hall, 1340 E. First St., when she left Tucson for the weekend.

When the student returned, the bike was gone. Officers searched the area and were able to find a damaged wire lock that they believe was used to secure the bike.

The lock was placed into UAPD evidence. There are no suspects at this time.

An employee called police Tuesday from a campus building after a UA vehicle was damaged, reports stated.

The vehicle was parked in a custodial service parking spot on the east side of the Arizona Stadium, 540 N. Vine Ave.

The employee said he last used the vehicle on Friday, and when he returned on Tuesday, there was a dent on the left fender and the side of the vehicle. He also noticed that the vehicle was backed into the parking spot.

Police examined the vehicle. There is no further information and no suspects, reports stated.

Police spoke with a UA student at a campus parking lot Friday after stereo equipment was taken from her father's car, reports stated.

The student told officers that she left the car at the lot on North Mountain Avenue and East Eighth Street on August 29. When she returned to the vehicle Friday, a $500 subwoofer and a $300 amplifier were missing from the trunk.

Police arrived at the scene and saw that the passenger door was unlocked and the back seat was folded down. Officers found no evidence that there was a forced entry to the vehicle and found no usable fingerprints.

The student told police that she has the only set of keys to the car, reports stated.

A Tucson woman was pulled over for driving with a suspended license near campus Tuesday, reports stated.

Kinberleen Klee, 33, of a delivery address, was pulled over at East Sixth Street and North Mountain Avenue for failing to signal while changing lanes and for a burnt out tail light.

When police ran a background check on Klee, they learned that her driver's license was suspended. She was cited and released on suspicion of driving with a suspended license, reports stated.

A UA employee called police Tuesday from a campus parking lot after noticing graffiti, reports stated.

The employee saw red spray paint on a brick wall on the east side of the parking lot at 1420 E. Seventh St.

The graffiti read, "Sworn ta mob," reports stated.

The employee was unsure of when the vandalism occurred. There are no suspects or witnesses at this time, reports stated.

Police Beat is compiled from official University of Arizona Police Department Records. For a complete list of UAPD activity, the daily resume can be found at


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