Police Log: Woman reports unexpected visitor
by TP staff
Sep 05, 2012 | 4755 views | 3 3 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A woman found an unknown man in her shower at Sycamore Apartments, 350 W. Central Ave., at 12:47 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 4. The man reportedly entered the apartment through an unlocked screen door, and then he was allegedly found in the shower by the woman. He repeatedly told the woman that he lived there, then allegedly grabbed her breasts and left out the front door. The man was described as white, in his 20s and he was wearing black pants and carrying a shirt in his hand when he left. Police checked the area on foot but were reportedly unable to locate him.

Tracy police received 207 calls for service Tuesday, Sept. 4. The following is a sample of those reports.

5:36 a.m.: The owner of a Toyota truck reported that his catalytic converter was stolen at Stone Pine Apartments, 227 W. Grant Line Road.

7:32 a.m.: Two pit bull dogs were leashed by a resident on the 1200 block of Windham Court for pickup by animal control officers. The person was concerned because the dogs were running loose in an area where children walk to school.

8:05 a.m.: Police escorted a parent off the campus of Hirsch Elementary at the request of school officials. The school previously issued a trespassing letter to the parent, but they reportedly didn’t agree with the letter. Police served the person with the letter and issued them a warning.

9:12 a.m.: An apartment on the 300 block of Eaton Avenue was allegedly flooded by a former tenant who was reportedly evicted. Prior to leaving, the tenant allegedly clogged all the sinks and left the water running, causing a neighboring apartment to also flood.

11:35 a.m.: A storage shed owned by Jordan-Johnson Property Management, 1101 Holly Drive, was allegedly forced open. Nothing was reported missing.

2:43 p.m.: Animal control officers captured and impounded a pit bull that was running loose on the 400 block of Cumberland Drive. The dog was allegedly vicious and chasing people.

6:11 p.m.: Police responded to the 400 block of Pombo Square Drive where a 17-year-old girl allegedly hit her brother in the head with a piece of firewood. The girl reportedly admitted to officers that she hit her sibling. The brother was taken to the emergency room and declined to press charges against his sister. Police are leaving the case open in case the brother decides to file charges.

• 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. Charges may have been added or dropped as of press time, and all suspects are assumed innocent until proven guilty. To report information anonymously about a crime: Crime Stoppers, 831-6847.

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TracyResident007
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September 05, 2012
I've been waiting for this to show up in the Tracy newspaper... (Did I miss it?)

Developer proposes theme park in Tracy four times bigger than Disneyland

Associated Press

Posted: 08/22/2012 02:44:49 PM PDT

TRACY, Calif. -- A developer is proposing to build a $1.2 billion entertainment hub in Tracy that would be four times bigger than Disneyland.

The Stockton Record (http://bit.ly/Pxv71v ) reports city officials gave James Rogers and Spirit of California the exclusive right to negotiate for 628 acres north of Tracy, about 60 miles east of San Francisco. The Los Gatos developer says the Spirit of California project would include an amusement park, race track, casino, hotel, convention center, wine-tasting center and marina. Rogers is still commissioning studies on the project, but says he wants to break ground in two years and have it built by 2024. But the project is likely to run into opposition from residents worried about its environmental impacts. Local Sierra Club member Eric Parfrey calls the idea a "nonstarter."

RedHotChilliPeppers
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September 05, 2012
Proposed racetrack north of Tracy plans expansion

by Bob Brownne

Jul 27, 2012 | 4856 views | 19 19 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print

A proposal to build a motorsports park north of Tracy has expanded into a plan for a vast entertainment venue with a variety of attractions.

Now, after three years of tentative planning and a change in leadership, Tracy’s California Blast LLC, the developer of the proposed Spirit of California entertainment park, has two more months to show Tracy city officials that the developer has the financial backing to buy 628 acres of city-owned land and meet city, county and state development requirements to proceed with the project.

Ultimately, it could make a 400-acre section between Corral Hollow Road and Tracy Boulevard and 125 acres along Sugar Cut leading up to Old River the new home of Spirit of California. The developer could also purchase 103 acres between the northern city limits and the new Holly Sugar youth sports complex.

The Spirit of California project could include 30 new businesses, including a golf course, a marina, an amusement park, a hotel and convention center, a vintners’ center and a casino, plus related su
tracyresdnt
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September 05, 2012
This would be Amazing for Tracy. It's absolutely got my vote.


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