Police Log: Teen shot at while answering front door
by TP staff
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A teenager was allegedly shot at when he opened the front door of his residence on the 900 block of West Sixth Street on Friday, June 28.

According to the 16-year-old’s mother, who called police, no one was at the door and when he yelled gunfire came toward the house five seconds later. About six to eight shots were allegedly heard, the mother stated.

The son was allegedly being uncooperative, and the mother told the 911 dispatcher that “he’s not going to know anything, he’s tripping right now,” the log states.

No one was injured, and officers located at least one shell casing at the nearby railroad tracks.

Police are investigating the incident.

Tracy police received 501 calls for service Friday, June 28 through Sunday, June 30. The following is a sampling of those calls.



Sunday:

12:14 a.m.: Two men were allegedly seen pushing a screaming woman into a dark-colored SUV near Longfellow and Russell streets. Police could not locate the vehicle.

10:36 a.m.: Firefighters pulled a German shepherd dog from an irrigation canal near Schulte Road and MacArthur Drive. The dog was allegedly having trouble staying afloat in the water prior to its rescue. It was taken to the Tracy Animal Shelter by an animal control officer, the log states.

4:40 p.m.: Police arrested a 27-year-old woman for drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia at Motel 6 at 3810 N. Tracy Blvd. She also had an outstanding warrant for driving with a suspended license.

10:31 p.m.: Police arrested a 26-year-old man on the 1400 block of Parker Avenue for burglary and conspiring to commit a crime. He also had an outstanding warrant for burglary and resisting a police officer.



Saturday:

12:50 a.m.: An employee at Shamrock Bar, 117 W. 11th St., allegedly saw people driving by in a Chevy pickup truck throw small water bottles at people standing outside of the bar.

12:57 a.m.: A woman allegedly hit a truck with a sledgehammer on the 1900 block of Hill View Way. The owner of the truck is reportedly her ex-husband. Police are investigating the alleged vandalism.

1:31 a.m.: A man was injured after being hit by a vehicle near the intersection of 11th Street and Roosevelt Avenue. Police closed the roadway at Bessie Avenue and 11th Street and traffic officers investigated the incident. No information was available on the injured man’s condition.

9:58 a.m.: A man said his neighbor threw his yard clippings in his front yard on the 400 block of Czerny Street because he was feeding feral cats. The man wanted police to document the incident.

10:44 a.m.: Police arrested a 39-year-old man who allegedly tried to stab his brother with a kitchen knife on the 100 block of East Grant Line Road. He was charged with aggravated assault.

3:40 p.m.: Two men allegedly tried to break in to a woman’s house on the 100 block of Yosemite Drive. She thought they were trying to take her husband’s Harley Davidson motorcycle. Police checked and found the incident could be related to a debt dispute from a business deal in the Bay Area. The woman requested no further assistance from the police.

11:19 p.m.: Police arrested a 46-year-old woman on the 700 block of Tom Fowler Court or allegedly being drunk in public.



Friday:

2:31 p.m.: A 13-year-old girl allegedly touched a 7-year-old boy inappropriately near the intersection of Safford Avenue and Jefferson Parkway. The boy told his father, who then requested that police investigate the alleged incident.

3:52 p.m.: A resident said his neighbor “mooned” his mother after she confronted him about parking in front of her house on the 1400 block of Evergreen Court. Police advised both residents that anyone can park on the street.

• 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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