Police interrupt home burglary
by TP staff
May 15, 2014 | 12380 views | 8 8 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Tracy Police crime scene technician photographs the outside of a home on Nabor Court where three men were found allegedly burglarizing the home.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
A Tracy Police crime scene technician photographs the outside of a home on Nabor Court where three men were found allegedly burglarizing the home. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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A Tracy Police officers and detectives gather outside of a home on Nabor Court where three men were found allegedly burglarizing the home.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
A Tracy Police officers and detectives gather outside of a home on Nabor Court where three men were found allegedly burglarizing the home. Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Tracy police surrounded a west Tracy neighborhood after a report of a home burglary in progress Thursday shortly after noon.

In a news release from the Tracy Police Department, a homeowner in the 100 block of Nabor Court reported seeing three men knock on her front door and then enter her backyard.

Police said the three men then broke into her home.

Police motorcycle traffic officers along with several patrol cars converged on the two-story house and sealed off the neighborhood.

Lt. Luis Mejia said three men were found inside the house, interrupting a home burglary.

Two men were caught at the scene as they tried to leave the home and the third was captured after a short chase near the intersection of Corral Hollow and Schulte roads.

Police identified the three burglary suspects as Terrick Alexander, 19, Richard Douglas, 18, and Daniel Perez, 18.

All three suspects in the burglary were booked into San Joaquin County Jail in French Camp.

• Contact Glenn Moore at gmoore@tracypress.com or 830-4252.

 

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Wobbley
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May 19, 2014
Three less losers on the streets of Tracy.
Imah8ter
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May 17, 2014
would have been some teens carried out in body bags at my house. They play Russian roulette entering peoples homes. lucky for them the home owner wasn't lying in wait with a Taurus .44 magnum, or Mossberg 590,etc.
richstyle
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May 17, 2014
A week or two ago i saw a group of men, they looked like they were in their teens, possibly hispanic, knocking on my door very aggressively. I peeked outside and saw at least 4 guys standing there. I was pretty spooked but they just stood around and decided to walk away. I heard about a robbery near my house, i live near the sports complex. Hopefully these are the guys that were caught. I seriously dont feel safe, might have to bear arms in order to feel secure.
CharlieWaffles
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May 15, 2014
Get a job losers
mechanicswifey
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May 16, 2014
Lol, seriously nothing better to do but take from others can't even work at McDonald's or something.
doors17
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May 15, 2014
Let's all give a big thank you to the Tracy PD and a standing ovation to the neighbor who reported this.

Excellent job by everyone!
richstyle
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May 17, 2014
Tracy PD did a great job catching the 3 individuals. To be clear, i believe the homeowner of the house being robbed called it in, not the neighbor.
doors17
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May 17, 2014
Thank you richstyle! You're right. I just love a happy ending.



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