Man, woman arrested on suspicion of fighting, breaking iPhone
ASU Police reported the following incidents Monday:
- A 26-year-old Tempe woman and a 25-year-old Tempe man were arrested Thursday on the 200 block of South Packard Drive on suspicion of criminal damage and disorderly conduct, according to a police report.
Police responded to a call about a potential kidnapping in the Lot 59 parking space, police reported. When officers arrived, they saw a man and woman grabbing each other’s arms and yelling, according to the report. The man told police he came to pick up the woman, his girlfriend of three years, from Mill Avenue because she was drunk, police reported. The woman told police she threw the man’s iPhone out the window because he wasn’t giving her enough attention, according to the report. The man pulled the car over and the woman sat in the driver’s seat attempting to drive, police reported. The woman broke the turn signal and window-washing handle after the man tried to force her into the backseat with a dog cage, according to the report. Officers arrested the man and woman on suspicion of disorderly conduct, police reported. Police also cited the woman on suspicion of criminal damage and booked her into ASU Police Department, according to the report.
- A 22-year-old Tempe woman was arrested Wednesday on the 700 block of East University Drive on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to a police report. An officer pulled the woman over because he saw the car weave in between lanes and cross the bike lane five times, police reported. The woman told police she decided to drive because the owner, who was in the car, was too intoxicated, police reported. The officer noticed she was handling the paperwork very slowly and smelled alcohol on the woman’s breath, according to the report. The woman told police she had one margarita and one mango and rum slush, police reported. She was not able to understand instructions or complete a field sobriety test, according to the report. The woman was arrested on suspicion of extreme DUI and transported to ASU Police substation, where a Breathalyzer test revealed she had a .178 blood alcohol concentration, police reported.
Reports compiled by Maria Thompson.
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