The victim had finished playing at the Comstock Card Room, 125 W. 11th St., and was walking across the street to his vehicle in the parking lot behind the Tracy Inn, 24 W. 11th St., when he was allegedly approached by two men on bicycles.
One man was allegedly carrying a black handgun, and the pair allegedly stole the victim’s wallet.
The two men were described as being Latino and in their 30s.
One man had a slim build while the second was described as being 5-foot-10 with long hair, a medium build and wearing a black hat. His bike was said to be silver in color.
A police report is expected.
Tracy police received 136 calls for service Tuesday, April 16. The following is a sample of those reports.
12:43 a.m.: A man who allegedly went through the drive-thru four times at Carl’s Jr., 2380 W. Grant Line Road, was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence. An employee at the fast food business told police that the man wanted food even though the business was closed. His white four-door Buick Lucerne was towed from the scene. The man’s name and information was redacted from the log.
6:27 p.m.: A driver reported seeing another motorist throw a Hennessey liquor bottle out the window of a vehicle while driving in the area Byron and Corral Hollow roads. The person was allegedly swerving in the roadway. Police used the license plate number to find the driver’s house. Officers arrived about 40 minutes later and were unable to identify the driver.
6:38 p.m.: A residence on the 1100 block of Mamie Anderson Lane was reportedly burglarized. Cameras, computers, televisions and other items were reported stolen. The house was “in disarray,” the log states.
• 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.