A woman at Sycamore Parkway and Monument Drive called police at 6:37 a.m. and reported a woman screaming for help. The caller said that it looked like a man attacked her while she was jogging.
Police arrived and found the woman on the ground, but she did not need medical attention. The attacker is described as a Latino man in his 30s wearing baggy denim shorts, a dark-blue shirt, a baseball cap and sunglasses.
The Tracy Police Department responded to 259 calls for service Wednesday, including the following reports:
n 8:52 a.m.: A person on the 2000 block of Jenni Lane told police that his neighbors harass him, ring his doorbell and set off fireworks in front of his house. Police learned that twin brothers are the culprits, and they had a word with their parents.
n 2:26 p.m.: A woman at Bank of America, 3120 W. Grant Line Road, told police that a man, who was acting strange and appeared to be on drugs, insulted and threatened her.
n 3:01 p.m.: A person told police that someone left a syringe and blood on a sock in the women’s restroom at McDonald Park on the corner of First Street and Central Avenue.
n 3:09 p.m.: A woman at Robertson and Naglee roads told police that a man in a Cadillac threatened to shoot her and her husband in a possible road rage incident.
n 5:11 p.m.: Someone on the 900 block of Chestnut Avenue said that two teenage boys were setting off fireworks, which the caller said is an ongoing problem. Police arrived, collected the fireworks and notified the boys’ parents.
n 8:57 p.m.: A person at California Check Cashing, 701 W. 11th St., said that a couple of suspicious-looking men were trying to cash about 200 quarters. Police talked to them but didn’t take a report.
n 9:15 p.m.: A woman on the 1600 block of Bondy Lane told police that her son, who is on probation for drug possession and is accused of stealing her car, threatened to break out all the windows in her house, vandalize her car and burn her house down if she doesn’t drop the auto theft charges. She said that she plans to get a restraining order but asked police to patrol her neighborhood more often in the meantime.
n Antonio Zapien, 24, of Tracy, was arrested at 3:25 a.m. at De Bord Drive and Bently Lane on suspicion of carrying a concealed firearm. He was booked into San Joaquin County Jail in French Camp.