An officer was detailed to the station in order to perform a welfare check upon a male subject who was described by the reporting party as sleeping near a bike locker. Upon contact, the officer determined the subject was unable to care for himself due to his level of intoxication and placed him under arrest. A search incident to arrest revealed the suspect was in possession of drug paraphernalia. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was then booked at the Berkeley City Jail for public intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A patron reported the theft of her hot-pink colored Specialized, 21-speed, women’s bike, worth $1200. The bike was secured with a cable lock at 0645 hours and when the victim returned at 1730 hours, the bike and lock were gone. The investigating officer requested station video.
A female victim reported she was punched and pushed by her ex-boyfriend. Officers responded, but were unable to locate the suspect, who fled on foot from the station. The victim was not injured. Officers are conducting follow-up investigation to try and locate the suspect, who is a transient. Officers obtained an emergency protective order for the victim.
A victim reported the theft of his white men's Trek 7200 12 speed bike (WTU348C1313) from the Ashby Station on June 24, 2013. Loss was estimated at $400. The victim left town and could not report the theft until today. The victim secured the bike to the bike rack with a steel jacketed cable lock. No video is available.
An officer noticed an adult male at the station who is known to be on probation with a condition to stay away from BART. The officer confirmed the order and also determined that the suspect had a no bail warrant for vandalism, threats and assault. The suspect was booked into the Berkeley City Jail for the warrant and the probation violation.
While aboard a Richmond-bound train approaching the station, a Black male adult, wearing a red sweater, blue jeans, and black sneakers allegedly attempted to take the victim’s iphone 5 and threatened to hurt him, but was un-successful. The victim off boarded at the station and then gave the responding officer conflicting stories on where the suspect went, and where the actual attempted robbery occurred. Officers intercepted the train and checked it, with negative results. The victim was not hurt as a result of the incident. Video was requested by the officer.
A man reported that his 2007, 4-door Subaru Impreza had been burglarized today, in stall #429, between 0930-1829 hrs. The front-passenger door window was smashed to gain entry. A Pioneer CD-stereo was stolen. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for latent prints.
Officers were detailed to the station regarding a fight aboard a Richmond-bound train. Upon the officers’ arrival, several witnesses identified a subject as one of the involved parties. The subject was detained and a subsequent warrants check revealed he had an outstanding no-bail warrant for battery out of San Francisco Police jurisdiction. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant only as no other involved parties (i.e. victims or combatants) were located. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. Prior to being transported to the jail, the suspect was found to have a pre-existing injury to his right leg, so paramedics were summoned. The suspect was then transported to Highland Hospital for treatment. Upon being medically cleared, the suspect was transported to Santa Rita jail, Dublin, wher he was accurately identified and found to have an outstanding felony no-bail burglary warrant out of San Francisco Police jurisdiction, instead of the earlier reported battery warrant. The suspect was then booked for the burglary warrant and falsely identifying himself to a peace officer.
An officer detained a male suspect for fare evasion. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $15,000 arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department. The man was issued a citation for fare evasion and arrested on his warrant. He was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A 67 year old male collapsed while speaking to a vendor at the Ashby Station flea market. Officers and paramedics responded. Paramedics transported the subject to Alta Bates hospital where he eventually expired. Officers located witnesses who confirmed that there were no signs of foul play.
A patron reported that their 2006 Ford Ranger was burglarized while parked in stall # 427 between 0830-1810 hours. The front right passenger window was smashed and the glove compartment was rummaged through. 1305- 1577 L14
While investigating a patron’s report of an adult male panhandling on the west side of the station, an officer located a suspect matching the panhandler’s description near the bicycle security enclosure. The officer contacted the suspect, but he refused to identify himself and began walking away from the detention. As the officer attempted to stop the suspect, however, he struck the officer about the face with an open hand. The officer then detained the suspect at Taser-point until Berkeley police officers arrived to assist, and the suspect was taken into custody without further incident. A sergeant responded to the scene and unsuccessfully attempted to interview the suspect. The officer did not require medical attention, nor did she sustain any injuries as a result of the battery. The suspect was booked at the North County jail for battery on a peace officer.
A victim reported his white Honda Civic was burglarized while it was parked in the west parking lot near Adeline Street between 0800-2000 hours. The passenger window was smashed and a $200.00 stereo was taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
A victim reported his tan 2006 Toyota Camry 4 door (6KUP124 ) was burglarized while parked in lot A between 0830-1610 hours. The suspect gained entry by smashing the right front passenger window. Loss was a JVC Navigation/DVD player (500.00), Officer processed the car for prints but with negative results. The officer also took digital photos.
An officer on patrol noticed two burglarized vehicles in the north lot. Each vehicle had a smashed passenger window and it appeared as though the in-dash stereo of each vehicle had been taken. The vehicles (Honda Accord and Pontiac Grand Prix) were processed by the investigating officer and notes left for the owners to contact us upon their return. 1304-2792, 1304-2792A L16
A male subject was hit on the head with a metal object by a female causing a contusion and swelling just above the victim's temple. The female suspect was placed under arrest after being positively identified by the victim. The victim was treated at the scene by medical personnel, but declined to get transported to the hospital. Detectives were called out to interview the suspect, who will then be booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail for the assault. The sergeant responded to the scene to approve the arrest, and to help with the collection of statements and evidence.
A patron reported that their 2007 Hyundai was burglarized between 0815-2140 hours, while parked in stall #427. An unknown suspect smashed the front window to gain entry and removed the JVC stereo unit from the dash.
A patron reported the theft of his black/white single speed Felt bike. The bike was secured to the bike racks with a cable lock at 1445 hours. When the victim returned at 1510 hours, the bike and lock were gone. Station video is being requested.
A victim reported his $200.00 white Specialized brand road bike was stolen while it was parked and secured with a UBolt lock at the station between 0910-1830 hours. There is no video recording capability in the area of the theft.