By Jesse Lewis
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Tuesday, November 8, 2005
A student reported her ex-boyfriend had been sexually harassing her over the Internet on and before 4:27 p.m. Nov. 1, reports stated.
The student said she was involved in her first sexual relationship with another student and they had dated for four weeks, reports stated.
The student said she became ill with a bladder infection before Oct. 19 and was hospitalized. She said she had asked her boyfriend to visit her in the hospital but he did not, reports stated.
Hospital staff informed the student of the infection and mentioned she might also have chlamydia, reports stated.
After hearing this, the student called her boyfriend and accused him of lying to her and giving her a sexually transmitted disease, reports stated.
The student later found out she did not have chlamydia, reports stated,
After being discharged from the hospital on Oct. 19, she and the male student broke up. She told a girl friend about the situation and her girl friend turned down the male student when he tried to "hook up" with her, reports stated.
The male student called the student and yelled at her for being turned down by her girl friend, reports stated.
The male student then posted on his www.facebook.com account that he did not give the student a sexually transmitted disease and posted copies of his medical tests, reports stated.
It upset the female student that the male student had used her name in his argument and she sent him an e-mail asking him to stop "slanderizing" her or she would press charges, reports stated.
She found out later the male student replaced her name with "the previously mentioned girl," and she wished to file a report for sexual harassment, reports stated.
Police told the student the male student's actions were not of an illegal nature and asked if she wanted police to contact the male student and ask him not to contact her in the future. The student said "no," reports stated.
A man was arrested for having an outstanding driving under the influence warrant out from Tucson Police Department after two men reported he was being disorderly in 7-Eleven, 1750 E. Speedway Blvd., at 2:13 a.m. Wednesday, reports stated.
The two men pointed the man out for police and the officer asked the man to leave the store, reports stated.
The man apologized to the officer for being loud and disorderly and told the officer he was intoxicated. He apologized again, reports stated.
Police checked the man's record and found he had a warrant for a DUI and police arrested the man. He was handcuffed and transported to Pima County Jail, reports stated.
An employee's $450 radio frequency parking permit was reported missing from her vehicle while it was parked on the south side of University Medical Center, 1601 N. Warren Ave., sometime Oct. 31, reports stated.
The employee told police she parked her car at a pay meter at 2 p.m. on Oct. 31 to attend a Halloween party in UMC, reports stated.
When she returned two hours later, she noticed her passenger's side window was halfway down and her parking pass was missing, reports stated.
The employee said one of her children might have left the window rolled down when they exited her car, reports stated.
The employee said her permit was last seen on the dashboard on the driver's side of the vehicle, reports stated.
Police have no suspects or witnesses.
A piece of sheet metal was inserted into the lock of a door on the first floor of the Harshbarger building, 1133 E. James E. Rogers Way, sometime Nov. 1, reports stated.
An employee said he was in his office around 7:15 a.m. and heard "someone messing with the door," reports stated.
He checked the door and did not find anyone in the area. He then left the office and locked the door, reports stated.
The employee returned to his office at 7 p.m. and the door lock seemed to be sticking, reports stated.
The employee managed to open the door and found someone had stuck a 1-foot-by-1/2-inch piece of sheet metal into the lock plate, reports stated.
The employee said there was nothing missing from the office, but the metal appeared to be placed so the door would close but not lock properly, reports stated.
The employee had already handled the metal and police did not attempt to dust it for fingerprints, reports stated.
Police checked other doors in the area, but no other doors seemed to have been tampered with the same way, reports stated.
Police noted the metal insertion might have been related to a theft on the third floor of the building on the same day, reports stated.
The metal was entered into property and evidence and police have no suspects or witnesses.
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