A patron reported that there was a white male passed out on the Fremont platform. Officers responded to check the man's welfare and learned that he had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. The man was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a blue Univega road bicycle) to the bike racks on 1/23/15 at 2230 hours. The bicycle was secured with kryptonite U-lock. The victim returned on 1/25/15 at 1200 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $350.
A victim reported that he parked his vehicle on Snell St. and was on his way to work when he saw a male subject enter his vehicle and attempt to steal it. Officers and a sergeant responded. The suspect attempted to flee on foot when he saw officers arrive but was eventually taken into custody without incident. The victim positively identified the suspect. The suspect, who was uncooperative, was booked into the North County Jail for attempted auto theft, resisting arrest, and violation of probation. A sergeant was on scene to approve the arrest and conduct a use of force investigation.
While off-duty, a sergeant was advised of a disturbance occurring in the parking lot of a church. the sergeant checked on the disturbance and observed multiple males and females in both verbal and physical altercation. At one point, he observed one of the subjects punch a church security guard who was trying to break up the fight. The sergeant used physical force in an attempt to restrain this subject, but the subject resisted and made verbal threats. Oakland police officers arrived and were able to detain the involved parties. It turned out that the altercation was domestic in nature and the subjects were turned over to the Oakland Police for further investigation. The sergeant received minor injuries as a result of the incident. A lieutenant responded to conduct a use of force investigation.
Officers responded to the main entrance area of the Metropolitan Transit Commission building regarding a strong arm robbery which had just occurred. The victim, who suffered injuries to his face and arms, stated an adult Black male forcibly took his wrist watch and fled in a green, possibly Ford Windstar or Dodge Chrysler, van toward downtown. The victim was able to provide the suspect vehicle’s partial plate numbers of 162, and further described the suspect as follows: mid-20s; wearing black pants with multiple pockets and a red shirt. A search of the area for the suspect’s vehicle ended unsuccessfully, and Oakland Police officers arrived to take over the investigation. The victim was eventually transported to a local hospital.
Officers intercepted a train for a report of a person brandishing a gun at the Coliseum Station. A man matching the description was detained, and a search of his person resulted in the recovery of a BB gun. The suspect was placed under arrest for possession of a replica forearm. A search incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of approximately ten grams of heroin and a large amount of cash. There were no victims. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and interview the suspect.
The station agent reported a male tampering with a bike at the station. The officer responded and contacted the male on the street level. The male denied tampering with any bikes. He was found to have a $5,000 warrant for petty theft, so he was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrant. Officers were unable to locate any evidence of theft or attempted theft at the bike racks.
Officers attempted to detain a male suspect for smoking in the station. The suspect fled on foot, but was apprehended at 19th and Franklin Streets. Record checks showed that the suspect had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for parole violation, held by the Department of Corrections. The man was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for his warrant and for resisting arrest.
A victim reported the theft of his blue Giant Sedona DX 24-speed bicycle from the bike racks. The bike was locked to the racks with a U-lock on 11/19 at 0950 hours and when the victim returned at 1700 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
While on patrol, an officer and detained a subject for fare evasion. A wants check revealed that the subject had two no bail warrants charging obtaining money via false pretenses issued out of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. The subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for her warrant.
A victim reported the theft of her black/white Windsor bike from the 19th Street Station. The victim parked her bike at 0830 hours and secured it the front tire to the bike rack with a U-lock. The victim returned at 1745 hours to discover her front wheel and U-lock were secured to the rack but her bike was gone. Loss was estimated between $350-$400 dollars. An officer completed a theft report.
The victim locked his black, single-speed, custom built bike (no brand) to the bike racks located at the 20th St. end of the station with a cable lock on 11/9/14 at 1700 hours. When he returned at 0600 hours on 11/10/14, he found his bike missing.
A sergeant and officers responded to the station on the agent’s report of an adult male running on the San Francisco trackway toward the 12th Street station. Through their coordinated efforts at both downtown stations, officers were able to safely detain the subject at the 12th Street station as he emerged from that station’s northern most San Francisco trackway/tunnel. Officers were unable to determine the subject’s identity, but determined he was in need of a psychiatric evaluation. So paramedics transported the subject to the county’s psychiatric pavilion for further evaluation, along with a police hold for trespassing on transit property. Once the subject is cleared from the pavilion, he will be booked for the trespassing complaint and/or issued a citation - provided satisfactory identification has been obtained. The involved trackway was searched for suspicious items, but none were located. As this incident occurred at the end of revenue service, there were no train delays. TSOC notified.
A victim reported the theft of their orange Canondale 21-speed bicycle from the bike racks. The bike was secured with a U-lock on 10/22 at 0830 hours and when the victim returned at 2030 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
A victim reported his black/green Schwinn 28 speed Hybrid (no serial numbers), value $300.00. Victim parked his bike on 10/15/13, at 0930 hours and secured the bike to the rack using two U-locks. He returned on 10/21/14, at 1520 hours to discover his bike was missing. Station video was requested. An officer completed a theft phone report.
A victim reported the theft of their white $1,000 Jamis brand men’s road bike while it was cable and U locked to the main (paid area) racks, between 0815-1745 hours. A community service officer responded, completed a report and ordered station video.
An officer responded to a report of a person seen cutting a cable lock on a bicycle inside the station. A suspect matching the description given by dispatch was detained, and positively identified by a station agent as the person she saw enter the station with bolt cutters inside a guitar case and cut off the lock to the bicycle. The suspect was placed under arrest for burglary and theft. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. A record check revealed the suspect had a minor criminal history and refused to speak with the officers about the crime.
A victim reported the theft of their blue/purple $800 Gary Fisher men’s 18-speed mountain bike, Marlin model, while it was cable locked to the concourse level bike racks between 0800-1810 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.