CHP officers were pursing a white Nissan Quest van west on I-205 when Tracy police joined the chase at MacArthur Drive as it continued westbound. CHP requested Tracy police because officers determined there was a need for a K-9 unit.
According to the log, officers reached speeds of 70 mph as they approached the Mountain House exit on I-205 and 80 mph as they entered Interstate 580.
Officers reached 100 mph as they drove through the Altamont Pass into the Livermore Valley near the Greenville Road exit. Tracy police called off their support of the pursuit near Vasco Road, roughly 17 miles west of Tracy, when Alameda County sheriff’s deputies joined the chase.
CHP officers with the Golden Gate Division, which patrols the East Bay region, reported ending the pursuit and arresting the two occupants of the van. No details about those arrested were available.
Tracy police received 132 calls for service Tuesday, Oct. 30. The following is a sample of those calls.
7:31 a.m.: Police arrested a 40-year-old man on the 3200 block of North Tracy Boulevard during a pedestrian stop for several outstanding warrants from San Joaquin County and Tracy.
11:37 a.m.: A trespassing warning was issued to a dog owner who was walking his pit bull on the campus of Hirsch Elementary School. No dog signs are posted on the property.
11:38 a.m.: Officers arrested a minor in New Harmon Park, 2131 Hillcrest Drive, for possession of tobacco products. The minor was reportedly with a group of people at the park. No further details were provided.
3:58 p.m.: A man reported $20,000 was stolen from his bank account. The victim told police he has the man who did it on surveillance video withdrawing the money from an ATM, and he believes he knows the alleged thief.
• 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. To report information anonymously about a crime: Crime Stoppers, 831-6847.