Police Log: Man stabbed with icepick
by TP staff
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Tracy Police are investigating the stabbing of a man on the 100 block of West Carlton Way on Wednesday, Oct. 9.

The victim was reportedly stabbed in the neck with an ice pick by a man that he owed money to. The victim told police the attacker came into his house and stabbed him.

The victim described his attacker as Hispanic, 31, medium build, 5-feet-11, wearing a gray shirt and black pants. He was last seen running east on Carlton Way and south on Holly Drive.

Tracy police received 1143 calls for service from Thursday, Oct. 3 through Wednesday, Oct. 9. The following is a sampling of those calls.

Wednesday, Oct. 9:

9:10 a.m.: A business clerk told police they cashed a $6,500 check at California Check Cashing at 3309 N. Tracy Boulevard and then the check owner put a stop payment on it.

2:55 p.m.: Police arrested a 35-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman, for outstanding warrants at Raley’s at 2550 S. Tracy Blvd. The man had an outstanding warrant for battery against a spouse and the woman had a warrant for forgery. At the time of their arrest the couple had been allegedly attempting to cash a fraudulent check at US Bank inside the grocery store.

5:58 p.m.: A resident told police someone broke into his house while his wife was home alone on the 200 block of Portico Lane. He said she was upstairs when she heard the burglar’s cell phone go off and saw him run out of the house.

Tuesday, Oct. 8

8:03 a.m.: Police arrested a 58-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman at the Tracy Community Church at 1790 Sequoia Boulevard after a caller reported they were loitering. The man was charged with drug possession and the woman was charged with outstanding warrants for possession of burglary tools and possession of stolen property.

12:54 p.m.: A woman reported someone broke into her house on the 1400 block of Riverview Avenue while she was out. She said her electronics were missing.

4:57 p.m.: A woman on the 2600 block of South Tracy Boulevard said she purchased a car from a man on Craigslist and when she tried to register it at the department of motor vehicles she was told the pink slip was signed by the wrong person. She said she found out the car was sold from an auction yard in Tracy to a corporation out of Alabama.

Monday, Oct. 7

11:28 a.m.: A worker at Tracy Car Wash at 2480 N. Tracy Blvd. reported finding envelopes with $2,000 in cash on Saturday, Oct. 5. Working with a local bank, the business was able to identify the person who lost the money and return it to them.

5:35 p.m.: A woman told police her boyfriend choked her during sexual contact and wouldn’t let go on the 2500 block of Altoga Avenue. She said he pinned her down and laughed about it later. Police are investigating.

6:50 p.m.: A woman said someone cut a window screen on her house and stole her purse on the 500 block of E. 10th St.

Sunday, Oct. 6

12:58 a.m.: A resident reported a group of teen’s toilet papering a neighbor’s house on the 2700 block of Jackson Avenue.

1 p.m.: A resident requested extra police patrols after several cars were egged on the 1200 block of Eagle Street.

2:02 p.m.: Police arrested a 31-year-old man for suspicion of drunken driving following a traffic stop near Tracy Boulevard and Fourth Street.

Saturday, Oct. 5

2:47 a.m.: A caller said someone threw a rock through their window on the 700 block of West Mt. Diablo Avenue.

11:57 a.m.: A woman reported the driver of a red speeding car hit her daughter as she was walking near Joseph Tiago Park at 1260 Eastlake Circle. She said the car fled the area. Police are investigating.

9:13 p.m.: Police are investigating an accident near Tracy Boulevard and Whispering Wind Drive after a caller reported seeing a car hit a tree and teens running from the car.

Friday, Oct. 4

7:45 a.m.: A woman on the 2400 block of Altoga Avenue told police she found her missing 17-year-old daughter drunk and half clothed with a 20-year-old man. She said she was not sure of the exact address. Police are investigating.

12:25 p.m.: A man told police someone broke into his house by breaking a window on the 2200 block of Alexis Lane. He said he found out after a bank official called to report someone was using his credit cards that he left at home. He said the bank informed him that the cards were used at two gas stations. Police are investigating.

8:10 p.m.: A man reported someone broke into his truck while he was eating at Texas Roadhouse at 2422 Naglee Road and might have stolen a 9 mm handgun. Police are investigating.

Thursday, Oct. 3

2:13 p.m.: A man told police he was approached by an 18-year-old man and asked to cash a check for him in the Bank of America at 3120 W. Grant Line Road. He said the man told him he didn’t understand the banking process and he wanted his help. The caller said he went into the bank, cashed the check and gave the man the cash. He said he was told later that the check was fraudulent and the bank was holding him responsible for the amount by withdrawing it from his account. Police advised the caller to wait for the original check to be returned to him to make a report.

4:16 p.m.: A business clerk called to report his missing advertisement sign, “cell phone repairs,” was found hanging in front of a computer store across from his business on the 500 block of W. Clover Road. He said he didn’t know how they got his sign, and took possession of it.

5:58 p.m.: A realtor told police someone flooded a vacant house, causing major damage, on the 1200 block of Sunpeak Lane. Police are investigating.

• This column includes items as reported in the Tracy Police Department dispatcher’s daily log. 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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Wobbley
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October 14, 2013
8:10 p.m.: A man reported someone broke into his truck while he was eating at Texas Roadhouse at 2422 Naglee Road and might have stolen a 9 mm handgun. Police are investigating.

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HOW COULD YOU NOT KNOW YOU WERE IN POSSESSION OF A CONCEALED WEAPON?????? Gee I might have left my pistol in my car.......
texastornado
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October 15, 2013
Wobbley you are so right! Seriously??? You can't make this stuff up...
storkfmny
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October 16, 2013
Robert Blake!
doors17
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October 11, 2013
11:28 a.m.: A worker at Tracy Car Wash at 2480 N. Tracy Blvd. reported finding envelopes with $2,000 in cash on Saturday, Oct. 5. Working with a local bank, the business was able to identify the person who lost the money and return it to them.

It was nice to find this gem hidden between the usual. It sure is refreshing to read the honesty of someone when we’re reading about the dishonesty of others.

Ornley_Gumfudgen
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October 11, 2013
doors17

Honestly? I believe that most people portray this quality. Thank about it, in th set of people ya associate with, ya know th clinkers (an stay away frum them if at all possible) frum th good coal. Bet ya really only know one or two clinkers but th rest of th folks ya encounter an associate with are, fer th most part, pretty good folk.

Th main reason we don't hear about it more is that, again in my opinion, we hunger fer bad news. So, when ya really render it down an look at it at its base, th media simply gives us what we want to hear. If we wanna continue just ta listen ta th bad news an not eventually do somethang about it then I don't really see how thangs are gonna get better. Th government, which accordin ta my understand th Constitution, derives its power an authority ta act given ta it by th people. Lookin at it that way we really get what we deserve because apparently that's th way we really like it. Not too much "good news" entertainment out thair is thair? But ya don't have ta go fer ta see th underbelly of humanity. We're literally bathing in it virtually every waking moment, that is if ya are listenin ta any portion of entertainment/news throughout yer day. Th majority of our society is enveloped in it fum th moment ya awake ta th moment they nod off ta sleep. With this type of continual mind numbin brain washin, I doubt thangs will get much better. Could be wrong but ta me it seems we're rapidly headin on th downhill slope. Or is that a cliff?
PublicCitizen
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October 11, 2013


The victim described his attacker as Hispanic, 31, medium build, 5-feet-11,

It figures.



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