Tracy police received 181 calls for service Tuesday, Sept. 29. The following is a sample of those calls.
12:00 a.m.: Some juveniles looked suspicious to a caller near Monarch Lane. When the caller asked what they were doing, they said they were “looking for someone.”
1:46 a.m.: A woman reportedly broke a sports drink bottle at Quik Stop on the 1100 block of Lincoln Boulevard, then fled the scene.
7:49 a.m.: Someone called to say she found a yellow Labrador puppy in El Pescadero Park on West Kavanagh Avenue, but couldn’t take it with her, so she put the puppy in the enclosed dog park.
8:14 a.m.: A car parked outside a house on the 300 block of West 21st Street seemed suspicious to a caller. Three men sat in the car, and at one point one of the men went up to the house with a package and placed it on the porch. After that, two of the men kept coming back to the porch, seemingly to check on the package. The car and the men were gone by the time police arrived.
8:27 a.m.: A dog on Wagtail Drive was reportedly crying “as if he might be injured,” so police went to check it out. The dog turned out to be OK.
9:16 a.m.: Someone called to say there was a loose rabbit in the street near 11th Street and Tracy Boulevard.
9:48 a.m.: A woman at Clyde Bland Park on the 100 block of Blandford Lane called to complain that a “Middle Eastern couple” walking in the park let their three dogs off their leashes. She said the dogs then ran up her car because they “wanted to attack” her two dogs inside. The couple and the dogs were gone when police arrived.
11:06 a.m.: A man whose daughter was staying home from school because she was sick asked for extra patrols on the 3400 block of Castle Court because she was home alone and a suspicious car with a man in it was parked outside.
11:19 a.m.: Someone at Tracy Family Practice on the 700 block of Central Avenue called because a patient said during therapy that he “sometimes had thoughts about hurting his ex-wife but would never act on them.” Police spoke to the man, who explained those were feelings he had eight years ago, and that he and his ex-wife now get along. The ex-wife was contacted, too, and she said she had no worries about the man.
11:53 a.m.: Someone worried about a neighbor’s dog on the 2700 block of Camelia Drive called to say the dog was chained up and couldn’t reach its water bowl. The neighbor has also kicked the dog, according to the caller.
12:31 p.m.: A sheriff’s deputy on Mahogany Lane reported that someone she might know hacked into her e-mail account and posted her personal information online.
1:31 p.m.: Someone noticed a toddler walking alone near the corner of Cypress Drive and Hickory Avenue. Police found the boy’s house and talked to his mother, who said her son must have wandered out of the house when he should have been napping.
3:33 p.m.: Union Bank on the 100 block of West 11th Street received a threatening phone call from a man who introduced himself and then said he was “going over there to blow out every brain of your staff.”
6:05 p.m.: Two women seemed to be “doing inhalants” at Driftwood Apartments on the 800 block of West Grant Line Road, reported a passerby. The women were gone when police arrived.
7:01 p.m. Someone called to say a teenage boy was staring at a boat parked in the driveway of a house across the street from him on the 190 block of Raven Court. When police arrived on the scene, boy explained he was visiting a girlfriend in the neighborhood.
8:40 p.m.: A man on the 3500 block of Eagle Rock Loop asked for extra police patrols in his neighborhood because people had been throwing eggs and shooting paintballs in the area the night before, and someone told him his house might be the next target.
8:58 p.m.: Two sports utility vehicles and two sports cars were reportedly speeding — and possibly racing — around Eastlake Circle, but were gone when police arrived.
9 p.m.: A gathering of people mourning a recent homicide on Sixth Street and Tracy Boulevard was causing traffic problems, according to a caller.
9:16 p.m.: A girl living with her grandparents on Tahoe Circle called to report her grandfather hit her because she took a shower after he told her not to. Apparently, there was an ongoing dispute over where the girl could shower.
9:28 p.m.: Someone at Gamestop on the 2500 block of Naglee Road called because a customer at neighboring Strings Italian Café was mistakenly locked inside when employees of the restaurant closed for the night. The man was released 30 minutes later when an employee with a key arrived.
10:30 p.m.: Last night, paint balls were reportedly shot at a caller’s vehicle on the 1400 block Eagle Street. Tonight, someone threw eggs at the house, said the caller.
10:48 p.m.: A man’s computer on the 800 block of Bogetti Lane was stolen. The man called to report he knew where the computer was taken, because he could track its data card.
11:01 p.m.: A car was reportedly driving with its lights off near the 200 block of Cedar Mountain Drive and shooting what sounded like an “automatic” gun. The caller said it may be a paintball gun, and it was being aimed at a house nearby. Police arrived and spoke to a resident of the hit house, who said he had a teenage daughter and that his house had been egged the night before. He said he’d clean the mess.
• 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.