Tracy police logged 199 calls Wednesday, July 18 The following is a sample of those reports:
1:20 a.m.: Three young men, accompanied by a teenage girl, grabbed some beer at the am/pm, 2430 Joe Pombo Parkway, and ran out of the store. They were last seen leaving a black car that had been parked behind the store.
1:40 a.m.: Police responded to a domestic violence call in the southwestern part of town, where a man was reportedly beating up his girlfriend. The caller, the man’s roommate, wanted to remain anonymous and kept whispering, and hung up the phone when the dispatcher tried to get more information. Police arrived and made an arrest, and also called for an ambulance.
4:07 a.m.: Police stopped a woman walking along the 1300 block of Cerro Verde Way and arrested her on a warrant for a previous petty theft charge. The 24-year-old woman was cited and released.
5:17 a.m.: A man on the 500 block of Peerless Way told police that his Honda Civic, painted primer black with light green rims, had been stolen during the night. Police took a report.
8:39 a.m.: A Ford F-150 was towed after it was in a crash with two cars on Corral Hollow Road near the Delta-Mendota Canal.
11 a.m.: A housekeeper at Motel 6, 3810 N. Tracy Blvd., reported that five men were staying in a room without permission from the motel. It turned out that another man was renting the room, but police had arrested him earlier in the week on suspicion of drug possession and weapon possession. Two of the men left before police arrived, but officers checked out the other three. One of them, age 23, was arrested on suspicion of possessing a concealed dagger. Police took him to San Joaquin County Jail, where he was booked and released.
2:43 p.m.: Police went to the 500 block of Peerless Way to arrest a man on a warrant out of Sacramento. The 22-year-old man was wanted on previous charges of burglary and repeated theft offenses. Police found him a few hours later and took him to San Joaquin County Jail, where he was booked and released.
4:36 p.m.: A man on the 800 block of Beverly Place told police that his ex-girlfriend had just thrown a bottle of vodka through his truck’s back window. The trouble apparently started at a liquor store on Tracy Boulevard after the ex-girlfriend met the man’s new girlfriend. Police took a report.
5:06 p.m.: A person on the 1900 block of Lotus Way called police as a follow up on a call from Sunday, when the caller’s brother reported that two men tried to change all the locks on the house. The caller was suspicious because the men reportedly did not provide identification. The person added that a representative of the bank that holds the mortgage on the house said the bank didn’t send anyone out, even though the homeowner is a year behind on the payments.
7:55 p.m.: Police arrested a 22-year-old man on suspicion of drunken driving after a traffic stop at Sixth Street and MacArthur Drive. He was sent to San Joaquin County Jail, where he was booked and released, and his Ford Thunderbird was towed.
8:38 p.m.: A person on the 1200 block of Linda Place told police that someone had ransacked the house while the caller was on vacation. The suspected burglars were most likely people that the caller’s 31-year-old son let into the house. The caller was in the process of compiling a list of missing property.
9:38 p.m.: Police arrested a 29-year-old woman on a warrant after an officer stopped a white Ford Ranger near the intersection of Highland Avenue and Walnut Street. The warrant was related to the conditions of her release from a previous jail term, and police found that the truck had been reported stolen out of Stockton. Police took the woman to San Joaquin County Jail, where she was held on $115,375 bail and was scheduled to appear in court Thursday, July 19, in Manteca to face charges of auto theft and possession of stolen property.
• This column includes a sample of items as reported in the Tracy Police Department dispatcher’s daily log. Additional information is based on reports from officers and other law enforcement agencies. To report information anonymously about a crime: Crime Stoppers, 831-6847.