Police gathered some men for an in-field lineup, but the clerk did not identify any of them as the robbers.
Tracy police received 184 calls for service on Wednesday, June 9. The following is a sample of those calls:
• 2:03 a.m.: A man on the 2000 block of Chester Avenue reported that car had just crashed into a tree in his front yard. Police and an ambulance rushed to the scene and found the car abandoned. Police followed up on a Patterson address associated with the car, but got no response. The car was towed.
• 6:42 a.m.: A man at Tracy Sports Complex, 955 Crossroads Drive, reportedly exposed himself near the restrooms. He was last seen in a green Toyota near the soccer fields on the east side of the complex.
• 12:24 p.m.: A manager at Computer Pro, 945 S. Tracy Blvd., called a woman and told her that her computer was in the shop. The computer had been stolen from the woman’s house on Stags Leap Court over the weekend, and the shop owner recognized the computer’s serial number from the woman’s previous contact with the shop. Police found the 17-year-old boy who brought the computer into the shop on Wednesday and arrested him.
• 6:48 p.m.: A woman in the area of Corral Hollow Road and Middlefield Drive reported that she saw her dog, which had been missing for several months, being walked by another woman, who refused to give the dog back. Police arrived, looked at photos that the first woman had, and convinced the other woman to let the dog go back to its original home.
• 7:09 p.m.: Police arrested a 58-year-old man on suspicion of domestic violence and making threats in the northwest part of town after a woman reported he had punched her in the face. He was taken to San Joaquin County Jail in French Camp.
• 7:20 p.m.: Security guards at West Valley Mall, 3200 Naglee Road, reported that a young man was seen taking a gun from another young man. They were in a group of 10 people who all got into one car and drove off toward Corral Hollow Road. Police stopped the car and detained two young men at gunpoint, but did not find the weapon.
• 8:19 p.m.: Police were led on a low-speed pursuit through town after an officer stopped to investigate an occupied Honda Civic that was parked at Carlton and Bessie avenues. The driver threw something out of the window near Planned Parenthood on Tracy Boulevard, and finally stopped at Perko’s at 11th Street and Lincoln Boulevard. Police arrested Joshua Barrow, 34, on suspicion of possession of drugs for sale and on suspicion of destroying evidence and resisting police. He was taken to county jail.
• 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.