Police log July 17 to July 30
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July 30

5:42 a.m.: A Navy Blue 1999 Ford Expedition was stolen on the 300 block of Wolfpack Court.

July 29

12:08 p.m.: A petty theft report was taken on the first block of Echo Court. When the owner of a paddleboat arrived home to find her boat gone and another boat left in its place. There are no suspects at this time.

July 28

9:49 a.m.: A 1994 GMC 4 by 4 Black and Gray vehicle was stolen from a driveway on the 400 block of Peregrine Drive. The vehicle was later recovered by the Modesto Police Department.

July 26

8:45 a.m.: A call for malicious mischief was received on the 1400 block of Mesa Creek Drive. Someone let the air out of both tires on the left side of a vehicle while parked in the driveway.

n 9:16 a.m.: A burglary of a residence on the 700 block of Walnut Avenue took place sometime between July 16 and July 26. An unknown suspect entered the home through a window in the backyard and removed several items including a gray Lop Eared Rabbit.



July 24

n 7:37 p.m.: Luis Tamez, 34, of Patterson was arrested for several charges including suspicion of a vehicle burglary that took place near the corner of North First Street and Walnut Avenue. Patterson Police deputies believe Tamez allegedly entered a tow yard through a hole in the fence, and removed items from a vehicle stored in the yard. He is being charged with vehicle burglary, possession of meth, petty theft with prior, probation violation and possession of paraphernalia.

July 23

1056 a.m.: A vehicle burglary occurred when an unknown suspect (s), broke into a locked vehicle parked in the driveway and stole numerous electronic items from the vehicle.

5:55 p.m.: A residential burglary occurred on the 1300 block of Moon Flower Court when an unknown suspect entered the residence through a bathroom window. A game console and several games were stolen.

July 22

9:30 p.m.: A strong-arm robbery occurred when the victim was leaving a party on an unknown block of Moray Way and was assaulted by an unknown suspect (s), and his wallet was stolen. The victim suffered a black eye and swelling of the face.

July 21

8:53 a.m.: A grand theft occurred on the 500 block of Red Robin Drive when an unknown suspect, removed a gasoline-powered generator from the back of a vehicle parked on the street, sometime between 1 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.

9:39 p.m.: An armed robbery took place when two juvenile victims were approached by two suspects and threatened with a knife if they did not give them their cell phones. Both suspects were located and arrested. The juvenile was booked for armed robbery and malicious mischief, the adult, Vladimir Sanchez, 20, of Patterson was booked for armed robbery.

July 20

10:21 a.m.: A residential burglary took place on the first block of James Burke Avenue when a juvenile male broke into a home through the back door and stole cell phones.

11:20 p.m.: A battery occurred near the corner of East Las Palmas Avenue and North First Street when 3 Hispanic females attacked another female victim. She received a laceration on the top of her head and an abrasion to her chin. She was unable to identify the people responsible.

July 19

n 10:13 a.m.: A commercial burglary took place on the first block of South Third Street when an unknown suspect kicked in the back door of a business and removed some electronic equipment.

July 18

4:53 p.m.: Sometime between July 11 and July 18 a house was burglarized on the 200 block of North Second Street. There are no current suspects



10:32 p.m.: A burglary took place on the 200 block of South El Circulo Drive when a customer stole a bag containing money from a business. There is no suspect in custody at this time.

July 17

4:08 a.m.: A 2003 Blue Toyota Matrix was stolen on the 300 block of Cherry Blossom Lane while parked on the street.

Items in this column include a sample of reports in the Patterson Police Services dispatcher’s daily log. Additional information is based on reports from officers. Charges may have been added or dropped as of press time, and all suspects are assumed innocent until proven guilty.

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