Tracy police received 147 calls for service on Thursday, April 12. The following is a sampling of those calls.
12:12 a.m.: Police arrested two men, ages 34 and 33, for drug-related charges following a traffic stop near Eaton and Wilson avenues.
1:04 a.m.: A number of traffic cones placed in front of the entrances to Westgate development near Lammers Road and Westgate Drive is believed to be a prank. Callers told police they could not enter the development and there was no indication of a construction project.
2:51 a.m.: A man was seen in a backyard carrying a rifle on the 1800 block of East Street. The resident told police the man was in his backyard and he was afraid to look out again to see if he was still there. Police checked and found no one. The resident called back at 3:39 a.m. and he said the man had returned. He said he saw three men looking over his fence and they all appeared to be carrying air-soft guns. He said he then heard them on his roof and sitting on the swing set in the yard behind his. Police checked and found no one.
4:11 a.m.: Two callers reported hearing five gunshots near Palm Circle and Lincoln Boulevard.
5:21 a.m.: S.W.A.T. searched a house on the 1900 block of Valley View Drive in search of someone, but it was not indicated whether they found the person they were looking for.
7:34 a.m.: A man attempting to break into a truck on the 500 block of East 11th Street was chased by the truck’s owner into a nearby trailer park. The owner said he didn’t want to prosecute, but the suspect reportedly had a black eye from the altercation. Police caught the 37-year-old man and booked him into San Joaquin County Jail in French Camp.
9:58 a.m.: A 1992 Honda Accord was reported stolen on the 2900 block of Campbell Lane. The car reportedly had red windshield wipers and tinted windows.
3:40 p.m.: Items were taken from the back of a pickup at Home Depot at 2461 Naglee Road.
3:44 p.m.: A thief broke into a car at an apartment complex at 235 W. Grant Line Road and stole a purse.
7:33 p.m.: An irate magazine salesman became angry when a resident refused to make a purchase near Alden Glen Drive and Meadow Lark Lane. Police stopped the salesman and told him he couldn’t sell magazines unless the business he represented had a business license and peddler’s license.
7:52 p.m.: Police arrested a 47-year-old man for suspicion of driving under the influence, following a traffic stop near Balboa Drive and Derecho Way.
10:53 p.m.: Police broke up a teenage party on the 200 block of Fairmont Lane. The participants were given a warning by police for excessive noise.
• 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. Charges may have been added or dropped as of press time, and all suspects are assumed innocent until proven guilty. To report information anonymously about a crime: Crime Stoppers, 831-6847.