Police Log: Man injured in fight
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At least 10 males were reportedly seen kicking another male while he was on the ground in MacDonald Park, 55 N.Central Ave., on Sunday, March 17.

The incident was reported by a citizen at 3:01 p.m. as they "passed by" the park at 55 N. Central Ave., the log states.

The victim received medical attention for undisclosed facial injuries. The log doesn't indicate that any of the alleged attackers were found or arrested.

A police report is expected to be filed.

Tracy police received 549 calls for service Friday, March 15, to Sunday, March 17. The following is a sample of those reports.



Sunday

2:19 a.m.: Officers arrested a 32-year-old woman on the 1900 block of McPeak Court. It's unclear why she was arrested, though the log indicates four calls were made to the woman's phone after she initially contacted police.

3:55 a.m.: A 40-year-old man was arrested for allegedly being intoxicated at the Best Western Motel, 811 W. Clover Road. The man was allegedly chasing vehicles and trying to open vehicle doors in the motel's parking lot.

12:35 p.m.: Police arrested a 21-year-old woman during a traffic stop in the area of West Street and King Alley. It's unclear why she was arrested.

11:35 p.m.: Officers arrested a 32-year-old man on drug-related charges during a traffic stop in the area of Mt. Diablo Avenue and Tracy Boulevard.



Saturday

1:12 a.m.: The manager of Covey's Sports Grill, 2712 Naglee Road, was issued a noise warning because customers were allegedly being loud in the parking lot.

1:57 a.m.: a 27-year-old man was arrested in the area of Maplegrove Lane and Teakwoood Way for allegedly driving under the influence.

11:11 a.m.: A resident living on the 1800 block of Duncan Drive reported seeing what he believed was one vehicle chasing a second vehicle through the neighborhood. He said it appeared that one vehicle was shooting at the other. Police were unable to verify the report.

12:13 p.m.: A driver was witnessed by an officer operating her vehicle with a flat tire on the 1100 block of West 11th Street. The driver, who was told to pull over, called her mother to bring a new tire. No further action was required, the log states.

8:21 p.m.: Police arrested a 48-year-old man who allegedly punched an employee of Chevron, 3400 N. MacArthur Drive. He reportedly walked away from the business, and was arrested a short distance away.

8:46 p.m.: A clerk at Bob's Market, 854 W. 11th St., allegedly upset a female customer when he asked her if she is willing to have sex with people for money. The woman told her husband about the incident when she got home, and he allegedly confronted the clerk, who denied the accusation. The log notes that the clerk apologized, and that the woman no longer needed police assistance.

11:09 p.m.: Officers arrested a 20-year-old female in the area of Tracy Boulevard and Cardoza Road for allegedly driving under the influence.



Friday

4:03 a.m.: A 49-year-old man was arrested in the area of Tracy Boulevard and Tennis Lane for allegedly driving under the influence. The man was allegedly seen driving the wrong way on Tennis Lane, and had two flat tires on his vehicle when officers arrived.



4:49 a.m.: Employees at McDonald’s, 1820 W.11th St., reported finding a piece of wood with wire and a balloon coming from it. They were concerned because of recent bomb threats being reported at Tracy High and Kimball High schools. The object was discovered to be a type of homemade weight with a handle.



12:06 p.m.: A manager at Home Depot, 2461 Naglee Road, reported that a customer threatened to kill him. The customer was upset because he couldn’t return an item that was more than 1 year old.



2:27 p.m.: Police warned a man to stay away from the Taco Bell at 915 S. Tracy Blvd. The man allegedly became angry with an employee when his alcoholic beverage was thrown away while he was in the bathroom.

• 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. All those arrested are assumed innocent until proven guilty, and charges may have been dropped or added as of publication. To report information anonymously about a crime: Crime Stoppers, 831-6847.

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klv
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March 19, 2013
On Sunday, March 17.

"Man injured in fight:" "The log doesn't indicate that any of the alleged attackers were found or arrested."

"2:19 a.m.: Officers arrested a 32-year-old woman on the 1900 block of McPeak Court. It's unclear why she was arrested..,"

Saturday, March 16th. Someone "reported seeing what he believed was one vehicle chasing a second vehicle through the neighborhood. He said it appeared that one vehicle was shooting at the other. Police were unable to verify the report."

"12:13 p.m.: The driver, who was told to pull over, called her mother to bring a new tire. No further action was required."

-It was at approximately this time that a blogger said he no longer needed assistance since no attackers could be found or damage could be verified, and/or arrested according to the report, the log states, except to say, being that it was over a year old," "his alcoholic drink was thrown away while he was in the bathroom." "Waiting for his mother to bring him a tire."

shelly13
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March 19, 2013
Well of course it was a joke. Really Sputty? That is whats wrong with society. No one can take a joke anymore!
monsterdad3k
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March 18, 2013
"Police warned a man to stay away from the Taco Bell at 915 S. Tracy Blvd. The man allegedly became angry with an employee when his alcoholic beverage was thrown away while he was in the bathroom"

What is wrong with this town when you can't have a beer with your Doritos Locos Tacos anymore?


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