Police Log: Four arrested in allegedly stolen car
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Feb 06, 2012 | 10922 views | 4 4 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Police made several arrests after a caller reported a driver in a Nissan Maxima going about 80 mph on Schulte Road. Police discovered the car, which was last seen near the Chevron at Schulte and Tracy Boulevard, was reported stolen out of Stockton. Cops pulled it over at 3:47 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3, near the corner of Schulte Road and Central Avenue.

Police found bullet holes in the car and a semi-automatic pistol in the passenger compartment when they arrested the four occupants.

Tracy police received 449 calls for service between Friday, Feb. 3, and Sunday, Feb. 5. The following is a sample of those reports.



Sunday

12:24 a.m.: An arrest was made outside the Great Plate, 714 N. Central Ave., after several people refused to leave the business.

4:05 a.m.: Police arrested a man after the man’s wife returned home to the 1100 block of Terry Court and began throwing things around.

11:41 a.m.: Animal services officers impounded a Labrador retriever that had been left alone at the El Pescadero dog park since Saturday.

12:56 p.m.: A caller reported his SUV was broken into on the 2700 block of Annette Court.

2:19 p.m.: Police issued a warning after someone on the 300 block of South Wimbledon Lane reported a neighbor had shot an arrow through their adjoining fence for the second time.

4:19 p.m.: Police received a call about loud music coming from a house on the 1700 block of Holly Drive. Cops noted that seven complaints for loud music had been made regarding the house in the past two years. Though there was no music playing when police arrived about 15 minutes after the report, the homeowner was warned that he would be cited if another complaint was lodged.

9:50 p.m.: Two men were reportedly siphoning gas out of a truck outside Diamond Meat Co., 1915 N. MacArthur Drive. Police found one of the men there had an outstanding warrant and made an arrest.



Saturday

2:57 p.m.: A caller reported that a white vehicle was driven into a tree on Corral Hollow Road near Lowell Avenue, and that the driver started walking away from the crash when the caller said he was on the phone with 911. California Highway Patrol took over the scene, as Tracy police were busy with a homicide reported at 1:05 a.m.:

10:30 a.m.: An adult was warned about the dangers of leaving children in a car unattended after a caller reported two kids alone in a minivan outside the Dollar Tree, 2691 N. Tracy Blvd.

1:39 p.m.: A caller reported that a woman might be running a brothel service out of a house on East Sixth Street. He said that he believed the woman was also selling crystal meth there, and that there are always several young women in the house and men coming and going at all hours of the day. Police are investigating.

2:45 p.m.: A man was arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public on the 500 block of West Larch Road.

7:03 p.m.: Two teens were advised about being in Zanussi Park, 1500 Promenade Circle, after hours.

10:39 p.m.: A caller at a party on the 700 block of East Seventh Street claimed a man with a machete was in an argument and causing problems. Police caught up with the man, who denied having any such knife.



Friday

3:37 a.m.: A caller on Butler Drive reported a woman with a headlamp was going through recyclables and was being helped by a man driving a white pickup. They were gone when police arrived. Another resident of the same neighborhood said a man was going through garbage and recyclables about an hour later.

4:29 a.m.: A bike rack was stolen off a car on the 900 block of Windsong Drive.

5:11 a.m.: A man reportedly drove into a fire hydrant near the Ninety Nine Cents Store on the 1300 block of West 11th Street.

8:55 a.m.: A caller at Kimball High School, 3200 Jaguar Run, reported a bag with a white, powdery substance was found on the campus. Officers determined it wasn’t narcotics and was probably baking powder.

11:16 a.m.: A woman near Stein High School, 650 W. 10th St., told the police she was being followed around the county and city by people she couldn’t describe. Police advised her to call back when she thought she was actually being followed.

12:12 p.m.: No injuries were reported during a three-car accident at Lowell Avenue and Tracy Boulevard.

1:53 p.m.: Someone from CVS pharmacy, 1885 W. 11th St., received three fake prescriptions, each for 180 pills of oxycontin, and that the person who called them in was going to pick them up in 20 minutes. Police are investigating.

2:42 p.m.: A caller at Walmart, 3010 W. Grant Line Road, said that a man wearing a cowboy hat pulled out a 6-inch knife and threatened another man. Police couldn’t find a victim, but did search the man who allegedly had the knife. Police didn’t find a weapon on him.

2:53 p.m.: An argument was reported at West High School, 1775 W. Lowell Ave., between a non-student and a student, who administrators said would be talked to on Monday, Feb. 6.

6:45 p.m.: A woman was arrested after she was caught be Macy’s security at 3400 Naglee Road. She tried to escape the handcuffs at least once, but was tracked down.

7:21 p.m.: A man reported that a bullet was shot at a house on the 1800 block of Kavanagh Avenue. Police discovered that juveniles had thrown a rock at one of the home’s windows, counseled the suspected juveniles and released them to their parents.

9:24 p.m.: A burglary was reported at the Park and Ride lot, 2650 Naglee Road.

• 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.

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doors17
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February 07, 2012
4:05 a.m.: Police arrested a man after the man’s wife returned home to the 1100 block of Terry Court and began throwing things around

One day in a law firm one of the lawyers saw one of his most conservative colleagues wearing an earring.



"I did not know that you like those kind of things."



"It s nothing special, it s just an earring, replied the colleague."

"And since when did you start wearing one ???"

"Since my wife found it in the car and I've told her it belongs to me."

yepper
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February 06, 2012
Maybe.......... It was the "NEW" Walmart "Price-Slasher" ??????

"2:42 p.m.: A caller at Walmart, 3010 W. Grant Line Road, said that a man wearing a cowboy hat pulled out a 6-inch knife and threatened another man. Police couldn’t find a victim, but did search the man who allegedly had the knife. Police didn’t find a weapon on him."

doors17
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February 06, 2012
1:39 p.m.: A caller reported that a woman might be running a brothel service out of a house on East Sixth Street.

A woman went to her priest with a problem. "Father, I have two female parrots, and they only know how to say one thing. All they ever say is, 'Hi, we're prostitutes. Wanna have some fun?' "



"That's terrible!" exclaimed the priest. "But I think I can help. Bring your two female parrots over to my house, and I will put them with my two male parrots whom I taught to pray and read the Bible. My parrots will teach your parrots to stop saying that terrible phrase, and your female parrots will learn to praise and worship."



The next day, the woman brought her female parrots to the priest's house. His two male parrots were holding rosary beads and quietly praying in their cage. The woman put her two female parrots in the cage with the male parrots. The females said, "Hi, we're prostitutes. Wanna have some fun?"



One male parrot looked over at the other male parrot and exclaimed "Fred, put those beads away, our prayers have been answered!"
dd95376
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February 07, 2012
doors17:

Often you bring greater insight than most of the other contributors to this forum.


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