Police Log: Woman finds stolen goods in stroller
by TP staff
Feb 04, 2011 | 4152 views | 2 2 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A woman reported at 8:05 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, from the 400 block of West 20th Street that she found a stroller with stolen merchandise possibly connected to a robbery Wednesday evening at Save Mart, 2005 N. Tracy Blvd. The woman said that the suspects were chased from the Save Mart to her home, where they were arrested.

The woman found a laptop and another bag with additional items that are believed to be stolen by the duo.

Police logged 136 calls for service Thursday, Feb. 3, including the following reports.



12:24 a.m.: A person reported a hit-and-run at Trail 50 Mobile Home Park, 650 E. 11th St. The caller said a man backed into a light blue Chevrolet Cavalier and took off. The suspect’s vehicle is a black Suburban with tinted windows and large chrome rims.

3:02 a.m.: A man reported that his black 2003 GMC Yukon Denali was stolen during the evening from the 100 block of Tioga Way. The vehicle has 20-inch chrome wheels, with low-profile tires.

8:20 a.m.: A man reported seeing two teenagers go into his neighbor’s yard on the 100 block of East Highland Avenue and caught them engaging in sexual activity. The couple fled in a silver, 2003 Ford Expedition.

9:05 a.m.: A person reported seeing a loose rooster running with a rope around one of its legs on the 300 block of Chateau Lane. The animal was impounded.

9:54 a.m.: A man was arrested during a traffic stop for a warrant on Eighth Street and Central Avenue. Jose Hernandez, 24, was booked into San Joaquin County Jail on multiple charges, including suspicion of possession of controlled paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, presenting a false ID to a peace officer, prowling, king a false report of a crime and possession of a dangerous drug without a prescription. Bail has been set at $35,500, pending a hearing on Monday afternoon.

4:36 p.m.: A woman was arrested at the Tracy Police Department, 1000 Civic Center Drive, on suspicion of burglary, theft of a forged access card and petty theft. Nicholle Stevenson, 39, was booked into San Joaquin County Jail, held on $63,000 bail, pending a hearing on Monday afternoon.

6:01 p.m.: A man reported that his wallet was stolen on 11th and A streets. The man stated that upon dropping his wallet out of his car, a man picked it up and made off with it. The wallet contained credit cards and $325 in cash. The suspect was last seen headed away from past Pete’s Liquors, 202 W. 11th St.

7:47 p.m.: A person reported from West Park Elementary School, 501 Mount Oso Ave., that they were the victim of a hit-and-run incident. The person stated that their white Chevy Tahoe was struck by a Black Lincoln between 3:30 and 4 p.m. The license of the vehicle was given to police.

10:13 p.m.: A man reported that his house was shot at on the 1600 block of Court Drive. The man said that he heard three gunshots and that he found bullet holes in his garage door. He saw a vehicle leaving the scene, described as either a small Nissan or Toyota truck. The truck headed west on Lowell Avenue after two males were seen running to it. According to Tracy police Sgt. Tony Sheneman, the victim doesn’t know why his home was targeted, and an unused bullet was found at the scene by police.

• Items in this column are taken from the Tracy police computer aided dispatch log. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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klv
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February 04, 2011
9:05 a.m.: A person reported seeing a loose rooster running with a rope around one of its legs on the 300 block of Chateau Lane. The animal was impounded.

[Later...]

Animal Control and local agencies were placed on high alert after several of the impounded animals were discovered missing during a routine dorm inspection.

Guards eventually discovered a rope which had somehow been smuggled into the facility tied to a cell window apparently used to scale down into a non-restricted visiting area.

Here it was believed they must have had an accomplice waiting in a get-a-way vehicle.

While they are not believed to be armed and dangerous the ring leader seems to be a very cunning rooster which, according to authorities, tested higher than normal IQ.

The rest of the gang are considered run-of-the-mill barnyard desperados.

Tinfoil
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February 04, 2011
There's not enough room in a Ford Expedition to do it? They had to sneak onto someone's yard and do it on wet grass or dirt? Kids don't have ANY class these days. The world's going to hell.

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8:20 a.m.: A man reported seeing two teenagers go into his neighbor’s yard on the 100 block of East Highland Avenue and caught them engaging in sexual activity. The couple fled in a silver, 2003 Ford Expedition.



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