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By Lauren Lund
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Friday, March 25, 2005
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A Parking and Transportation Services employee was threatened by two unknown men at the Park Avenue Parking Garage teller booth, 1140 N. Park Ave., Monday night, reports stated.

The employee, who is also a student, told police an older man with white hair approached the booth where she was working, reports stated.

She said the man did not want to pay for parking and demanded she open the gate and allow him to drive out of the garage, reports stated.

The employee told police she explained he must pay to leave the garage, reports stated.

She said the man became aggressive toward her and began yelling at her to open the gate, reports stated.

The employee said another man with a mullet hairstyle exited the car and approached the booth, reports stated.

She said the second man began yelling at her to "open the fucking gate or I'll knock it down," reports stated.

The employee told police she heard the second man say something about breaking the glass to the booth and doing something to her, reports stated.

She said she reiterated the need for payment and was finally given the money, reports stated.

She told police as the men were leaving the first man said, "This is not the end. It's not the last time you'll see us." The two men then left the garage, reports stated.

The employee told police she was frightened and felt threatened by the comments, and wished to press charges if the men were located, reports stated.

Police were unable to locate the men and have no suspects.


An unknown person painted derogatory words on the exterior windows of a room in La Paz Residence Hall, 1002 N. Highland Ave., sometime between March 18 and Sunday, reports stated.

The students who live in the room told police they both left the room on March 18 at 6:50 p.m., reports stated.

One of the students said he returned at 10 p.m. Sunday to find the words "Fuck you soft pussies, we run this hall," written on the windows, reports stated.

The students told police they reported the damage to Residence Life, reports stated.

Police have no suspects or witnesses.


A PTS employee found a student's car damaged while parked in Main Gate Parking Garage, 815 E. Second St., Monday, reports stated.

The employee told police he noticed the window of the car was broken, reports stated.

Police inspected the car and found the wires in the center console were cut and the radio was gone, reports stated.

This information could not be verified because the owner did not respond to the scene, reports stated.

A telephone number for the owner of the car was located and dispatch left a voice message to contact the University of Arizona Police Department, reports stated.

Police found no investigative leads, suspects or witnesses.


An employee's wallet and all of its contents were stolen from her office on the first floor of the Slonaker House, 1027 E. Second St., Monday afternoon, reports stated.

The employee told police she was balancing her checkbook and briefly left her office to go to the kitchen at 1:30 p.m., reports stated.

When she returned to her office three minutes later her wallet was gone, reports stated.

She told police she normally leaves her office door open and had done so this time, reports stated.

The employee told police there was mud underneath her desk chair that was not previously there, reports stated.

She said she searched the trash cans in the bathrooms and all of the exits. She said she had asked around to see if anyone had seen or heard anything, reports stated.

The employee told police she did not have any suspects or witnesses and she would contact the police with any further information, reports stated.

Police have no suspects or witnesses.


A student's car was keyed multiple times while parked in a Zone 1 lot, 421 N. Cherry Ave., March 12, reports stated.

The student told police he awoke to the sound of a car alarm at 3:30 a.m., reports stated.

He said he looked out of his room window to see two individuals running away from his car, reports stated.

He could not provide police with a description of the individuals, reports stated.

The student told police he went downstairs to check on his car and found it had been keyed on the passenger side and on top of the trunk, reports stated.

He was unable to estimate the value of damage, reports stated.

Police have no suspects or witnesses.



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