The victim ran inside to call police at 1:02 a.m. Monday, right after the incident, and gave a description of the two men. He said they left in a white Chevrolet, but wasn’t sure which way they drove off. Police searched the area, checked out a car with two men in it at the AM/PM next to Interstate 205, and also notified the California Highway Patrol.
The CHP spotted the white Chevorlet and made a stop on Interstate 5 at Charter Way in Stockton. A CHP officer noticed a shotgun in the back seat of the car and held the two men in the car at gunpoint until backup could arrive. Tracy Police brought the victim and another witness to the scene to identify the men.
Dermaine Lamar Scott, 28, and Jamal Tivon Feaster, 26, were both arrested on suspicion of robbery, illegal weapon possession, illegal weapon possession by a felon, conspiracy and assault with a firearm. They went to San Joaquin County Jail and were each held on $180,000 bail, with a court hearing coming up on Wednesday afternoon in Manteca.
Tracy Police logged 147 calls on Monday, including the following reports:
7:23 a.m.: A woman on the 2900 block of Highgate Lane told police that someone tried to break into her house. She noted that someone had opened a side door, but she didn’t find that anything was missing.
8:25 a.m.: Police arrested a man after he allegedly stole a weed trimmer at the Tracy Garden Apartments on the 2900 block of North Tracy Boulevard. Police found a man matching his description at El Pescadero Park and arrested Florentino Montejanofranco, 25, on suspicion of grand theft. He went to San Joaquin County Jail and was held on $10,000 bail pending a Wednesday afternoon court hearing in Manteca.
10:32 a.m.: Someone at JC Penney, 3100 Naglee Rd., reported that someone passed a fake $100 bill at the store. The store has a video recording of the person who allegedly passed the bill.
1:35 p.m.: Police went to Kelly Elementary School, 535 Mabel Josephine Dr., for a report of a three-car crash in front of the school. One of the cars had to be towed, but no serious injuries were reported.
2:14 p.m.: A silver Honda Civic and a Gold Lincoln Navigator collided in the parking lot of Kimball School, 3200 Jaguars Run. One of the people involved was angry, but when police arrived the people exchanged insurance information. No serious injuries were reported.
3:18 p.m.: Someone at the Kaiser medical clinic in Tracy called police after treating a 20-year-old man who was attacked on Central Avenue at Ninth Street Saturday night. Police got a description of the assailants, but the man said he did not want police to get involved.
3:24 p.m.: Police arrested a 45-year-old woman on suspicion of drug possession on the 100 block of Highland Avenue after officer followed up on a stolen purse incident from Saturday.
4:35 p.m.: Police went to the intersection of Tracy Boulevard and 11th Street after a car crashed into a pole. A woman got out of the car and didn’t appear injured at first, but a witness told police that a couple other people helped carry her into a nearby restaurant, where she passed out. Police called an ambulance for her and her car had to be towed away.
5:58 p.m.: A person at Sutter Tracy Community Hospital told police that 19-year-old man in the emergency room was being treated for injuries from a beating on Saturday. The man might have been hit in the jaw with brass knuckles, but he wasn’t sure.