Tracy PD Engages in Pursuit of Stalking/Burglary Suspect, Resulting in Apprehension by Alameda County Sheriff’s Office/Dublin Police Services

by | Mar 11, 2024 | News Releases

On Saturday, March 9, 2024, around 7:55 a.m., Tracy Police Department officers responded to a Flock Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) hit on a vehicle driven by a suspect who was wanted for stalking and residential burglary. This suspect was reportedly armed with a knife and made threats that he would force law enforcement to shoot him.

Uniformed Tracy PD officers located the suspect vehicle on Schulte Road near Tracy Boulevard and attempted to stop and detain him. The suspect fled in the vehicle and led officers on a pursuit on several streets in the City of Tracy. After two unsuccessful pursuit intervention techniques, the suspect attempted to ram a marked Tracy PD patrol car. Fortunately, he was unsuccessful, and no officers were injured.

The suspect fled the city towards Alameda County where he was later detained by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office/Dublin Police Services. He remains in their custody. If anyone has any information about this case, contact the Tracy Police Department at (209) 831-4550.


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  • Kaylin Heefner

    Kaylin Heefner is a public information officer at the Tracy Police Department. She can be reached at Kaylin.Heefner@TracyPD.com or (209) 666-5815.