Police Log: Driver reportedly hits multiple cars in Costco parking lot
by Bob Brownne
Jun 27, 2013 | 5342 views | 1 1 comments | 58 58 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Police went to Costco, 3250 W. Grant Line Road, at 6:49 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, after someone reported that a man in a car with two passengers was deliberately smashing into other cars. Someone reported that a woman appeared to be injured, so an ambulance was dispatched to the scene. No arrests were reported.

Tracy Police Department logged 1,318 calls between June 20 and Wednesday, June 26, including the following reports:



Wednesday, June 26

1:04 a.m.: Police arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion of drunken driving after he reportedly crashed his truck into a wall at MacArthur Drive and Schulte Road. No serious injuries were reported.

1:49 a.m.: A car reportedly crashed through the door of Target, 2800 Naglee Road. A woman was reportedly injured and required an ambulance, and two Tracy Fire Department crews also responded.

9:25 a.m.: Someone at Home Depot, 2461 Naglee Road, reported that some people who had reportedly stolen merchandise a couple of weeks earlier were back. Police arrested a 33-year-old man on suspicion of drug possession.

9:25 p.m.: A person on the 2800 block of Redbridge Road reported that a 25-year-old man at the house was out of control after not sleeping for three days. Police arrested him for resisting officers.



Tuesday, June 25

1:30 p.m.: Police went to Clifton Court and Bonetti roads, a rural area north of Grant Line Canal, for a stakeout. They arrested a 22-year-old woman on suspicion of grand theft, possession of a stolen vehicle and vehicle theft. A 53-year-old man was also arrested.



Monday, June 24

9:32 a.m.: Someone reported two suspicious-looking men in a panel truck near the intersection of Ben Ingram Lane and Merchant Drive. The men jumped over a fence and ran away when police arrived. Police caught one and arrested him on a warrant for a previous burglary charge in Santa Clara County.



Sunday, June 23

12:45 p.m.: Police arrested a 55-year-old man on suspicion of indecent exposure after a truck driver reported a flasher on the bike path on the 1300 block of North MacArthur Drive.

3:11 p.m.: Police arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion of drunken driving after he reportedly rear-ended another car in the drive-thru at McDonald’s, 2820 S. Tracy Blvd.

9:35 p.m.: A man on the 3900 block of Bastille Court told police that his nephew was on drugs and had threatened family members with a hatchet. Police arrived and arrested the 24-year-old man on a warrant for a previous possession of stolen property charge.



Saturday, June 22

12:51 a.m.: Police went to the 2500 block of Golden Springs Drive after someone reported two men who appeared to be breaking into a car. Police determined that there was no auto burglary, but one of the men was arrested on suspicion of possession of a switchblade.

4:17 p.m.: A woman told police that a man in a white Ford 150 crashed into her car at the intersection of Grant Line and Paradise roads and drove away. The California Highway Patrol found the truck at F Street and Banta Road in Banta, and noted that the engine was still running but the driver and the keys were gone. San Joaquin County sheriff’s deputies reportedly found the man in a nearby house and took him to the county jail.



Friday, June 21

7:08 a.m.: Police arrested a man on suspicion of auto theft, possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools at The Home Depot, 2461 Naglee Road, after someone reported four suspicious-looking people in the store parking lot. Police took the 26-year-old man to San Joaquin County Jail.

12:30 p.m.: A man at the Chevron station, 3400 N. MacArthur Drive, told police that a man in a black Ford Mustang ran into his van repeatedly and then drove away. The California Highway Patrol also received reports of the same car hitting other cars on the freeway near Manteca, and a Merced County deputy was also looking for the Mustang. Manteca police handled the case.



Thursday, June 20

12:05 p.m.: A person at Hirsch School, 1280 Dove Drive, reported that a man set a heavy duffel bag next to the preschool playground and ran away. Police found that the bag was filled with rocks that the man had collected from a nearby flood control channel to use in his garden. Police told him not to take any more rocks.

• Items in the police log are from the Tracy Police Department’s computer-aided dispatch log. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty, and charges may have been added or dropped as of publication.
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June 28, 2013
9:25 p.m.: A person on the 2800 block of Redbridge Road reported that a 25-year-old man at the house was out of control after not sleeping for three days. Police arrested him for resisting officers.

-still more problems at the same House where the shooting occurred ....when is the Mom going to get their act together?..... I guess trash will always be trash and hang around other trash.... and problems will continue to exist... Now I'm sure they will have a "reasonable" excuse (as they always do) and they had nothing to do with the person staying there.... But being up for 3 days is synonymous with crack and speed.... Or really bad insomnia... But they don't know anything about drugs ... Or gangs... Or street fighting...or pot...or out of control parties.. ...or alcohol abuse... Or...ugh i could go on.... But Mom is working on her image and her daughters ... Right? (extreme sarcasm)....


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