Police Log: Man found bleeding in street
by TP staff
Oct 01, 2012 | 7240 views | 4 4 comments | 18 18 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A man reportedly in his 50s was found bleeding from the head in the street on the 2300 block of Holly Drive at 11:23 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 28.

When police arrived, the man was conscious and receiving care from nearby residents.

Officers entered a residence on the block. Witnesses said a heavyset Latino man with no shirt and tattoos was seen jumping over a fence in the rear of the property. It’s believed that the man had a handgun, according to the police log.

Officers from the Tracy police special investigations unit were called to the residence because unknown drugs were found inside. Surveillance equipment was also reportedly installed at the home.

The victim was transported to an undisclosed hospital for a possible fractured skull, the police log states.

It’s unclear if the man was assaulted in the home or if a weapon was used in the attack.

Calls to the Tracy police on Monday, Oct. 1, seeking more details about the alleged crime were not returned by 5:30 p.m. that day.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Tracy police Detective Ricardo Hernandez at 831-6631.

Tracy police received 451 calls for service from Friday, Sept. 28, to Sunday, Sept. 30. The following is a sample of those calls.

Sunday

12:36 a.m.: Animal control officers were unable to locate a pit bull that allegedly tried to attack a man and his poodle on the 2100 block of Tammi Court.

1:25 a.m.: Two men, ages 23 and 24, were cited and released by police during a pedestrian stop in the area of Schulte Road and Tracy Boulevard. One man was released because the warrant was from New Mexico and that state would not extradite for the charge, while the second man was let go on a traffic warrant from Merced County.

1:15 p.m.: Police didn’t find a Latino man allegedly selling drugs in the area of Ponte Mire Way and Suellen Drive. Police believe the man could be connected with a house nearby house where meth is reportedly being sold.

3:47 p.m.: A 19-year-old man was arrested for reports of drugs or alcohol in a vehicle that he was allegedly driving in the area of Eaton Avenue and Holly Drive. Police reportedly had the vehicle towed and requested that medic staff perform a “force blood draw,” the log states. A passenger was also involved, but that person’s name is redacted form the police log. No further details were available.

8:05 p.m.: No injuries were reported by three people allegedly involved in a single-vehicle accident in which a Cadillac reportedly struck a light pole in the area of 11th Street and Summer Lane. Power to the pole was temporarily shut off, and the vehicle was towed from the scene at the request of the owner. Police cleared the scene at 9:26 p.m., the log states.

Saturday

12:42 a.m.: Police separated members of a family who were reportedly fighting over a cell phone. One man was allegedly punched in the face and received medical attention for a broken nose. He declined to press charges because it was a family fight. Police cleared the scene and no arrests were made because it was determined the fight was a family issue.

5:01 a.m.: A fight between two men led to an arrest on the 200 block of East 21st Street. One man was allegedly throwing bricks at a residence when the second man, who is the boyfriend of the homeowner’s daughter, confronted him. The two men started fighting and the first man reportedly threatened to shoot the daughter, but no weapon was seen. The man allegedly throwing bricks was gone when police arrived. The daughter and her boyfriend then reportedly started fighting about the circumstances of the fight, and an arrest was made. It’s unclear which person, or if both, was arrested.

10:42 a.m.: A possible head injury was reported at the scene of a vehicle crash in the area of Tracy Boulevard and Valpico Road. A Chevy Suburban and Mercedes were involved, and both vehicles were towed from the scene.

5:29 p.m.: Four teenagers were given trespassing warnings when police found them swimming in the pool at West High School, 1775 W. Lowell Ave. The minors reportedly jumped the fence as part of an ongoing issue. They were taken home by their parents.

11:36 p.m.: Police cited and released a person at Dr. Powers Park, 900 W. Lowell Ave., for three outstanding warrants. No further details were available.

11:55 p.m.: A noise warning was issued to a residence on the 400 block of Gianelli Street for loud music.



Friday

4:42 a.m.: Police issued a warning to a man who was rummaging through recycling cans in the area of Jackson Avenue and McDowell Way.

6:08 a.m.: A 38-year-old woman was allegedly seen stealing gas from a U-Haul truck parked at Van’s Ace Hardware, 2695 N. Tracy Blvd. Police reportedly viewed on a surveillance tape the license plate numbers of a truck that the woman was driving and tracked her to the address to which the vehicle was registered. She was arrested and taken to San Joaquin County Jail in French Camp on charges of possession of a controlled substance and being under the influence of a controlled substance, according to the jail website.

8:16 a.m.: A resident on the 3100 block of Milton Jensen Court reported that a computer bag he had left on his porch was stolen. The man told police he put the bag outside, and it was gone when he returned 15 minutes later. A neighbor reportedly told the man that a white man on a bicycle took the bag. He was last seen riding the bike south on Thelma Loop.

11:38 a.m.: The school resource officer was requested in the office at Kimball High School, 3200 Jaguar Run, when a nude picture of a student sitting on the toilet was found. The picture reportedly “has gone viral” on the Internet. The name of the student pictured and the name of the person who took the photo were unknown, the log states.

2:55 p.m.: A student at West High School, 1775 W. Lowell Ave., was detained in the west parking lot of the school. The student allegedly made “inappropriate comments” to school staff and police officers. He was reportedly suspended and is being recommended for expulsion.

4:06 p.m.: Several people involved in a reported fight at Zanussi Park, 1500 Promenade Circle, were gone when police arrived at the park. About 10 females were allegedly seen beating up another female who was on the ground. Three males were reportedly also beating on the female. Police were unable to locate anyone reportedly involved.

4:11 p.m.: Police arrested a 36-year-old man at Save Mart, 2005 N. Tracy Blvd., for allegedly shoplifting unknown items valued at $532.28. He also had outstanding warrants from San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office, Manteca police and Stanislaus County.

11:09 p.m.: A resident on the 2200 block of Yellowstone Avenue reported his vehicle was stolen from the driveway of his residence. The victim was reportedly unloading items from the vehicle and said it was gone when he returned from carrying items inside. The vehicle is described as a green two-door Toyota Tercel.

• 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.

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Amionkey
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October 05, 2012
I could never understand why a man would injure a woman or why any women feel they need to jump one single female.

They must of been in fear for their cowardly lives from this one person or bottom feeders.

But the THREE MEN that joined in the beating are lower than scum they should be locked up in an asylum never to be heard from again.

Just my opinion

(1 that has been beaten by a COWARDLY MAN ONCE, twice my SIZE - ONE (1) time. NEVER saw him AGAIN)
TracyResident007
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October 02, 2012
4:06 p.m.: Several people involved in a reported fight at Zanussi Park, 1500 Promenade Circle, were gone when police arrived at the park. About 10 females were allegedly seen beating up another female who was on the ground. Three males were reportedly also beating on the female. Police were unable to locate anyone reportedly involved.

It's bad enough to have 10 against one with females fighting (guess they were too afraid to fight her one on one)... but to know that THREE guys also were beating on ONE female.... WOW -- they must be so proud of themselves. What losers they all are!!!!!! These are the scum that need to leave Tracy.
HiddenLake37
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October 06, 2012
Most likely gangbangers and she was getting "Jumped In" into the gang...

granny45p
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October 07, 2012
It's hard to imagine that the police we 'unable to locate anyone when they arrived'. Is it me or does anyone else notice this patter with the police department? When reading the police log's more than half of the crimes reported the ending statements to them are "Unable to locate suspect" Or "suspect fled the scene befor police arrived" When you think of 13 people both men and woman jumping one single female that took some time and why we'nt the police there in a more timely fashion!!!!! Unbeliveable!!! Just say'en!


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