A victim reported the theft of his blue men's 21 speed mountain bike (brand: Dyna Craft - Rhino). The victim parked and locked his bike at 0400 hours to the bike racks using a Kryptonite lock. When he returned at 1600 hours, his bike was gone but his helmet and lock were undisturbed. The victim is unsure if he properly secured the bike. The bike was valued at $80.00.
A patron parked his silver 1995 Jeep Laredo (Virginia Lic. WWW1629) in stall # 519 (west lot) at 0800 hours. An officer discovered that the Jeep had its driver's side wing window smashed at 1655 hours. The victim returned to his vehicle and confirmed his loss as a Pioneer CD player ( no model, serial number, and a replacement cost of $300.00), a Garmin GPS (Model:Nuvi, no serial number, and a replacement cost of $100.00), and a speaker box (unknown brand, serial number, and a replacement cost of $300.00). An officer processed the vehicle for evidence.
A patron parked and locked her silver 2006 Subaru WRX (Colorado Lic. 114RNT) in stall #133 (West Lot) at 0730 hours. She returned at 1600 hours and discovered that someone has smashed the driver's side window and pulled the glass from the window frame. The loss was an unknown brand CD player (unknown model, serial numbers, or replacement cost), an I-pad (Unknown serial number and $700.00 replacement cost), an I-Pod (unknown serial number and $200.00 replacement cost) in a black leather case ($50.00 replacement value) and a pair of prescription reading glasses ($100.00 replacement value). An officer processed the vehicle for evidence.
The victim was walking into the station while holding a cup of coffee and her wallet in one hand and talking on her cell phone. The suspect, a BM, 6', wearing a whi shirt and a bb cap, approached her from the front and snatched her K-Spade brand wallet from her hand. The suspect ran out of the station towards Woolsey St. The loss was the victim's purse which contained her ID, a check and $70 cash. The victim was not injured and she cannot identify the suspect. Video was requested.
The victim reported that her 10' Toyt Prius, 4dr, blu, had been burglarized while parked overnight in the back lot from 1930 hrs on 8/17/12 to 1300 hrs on 8/18/12. The right front passenger window was smashed. The interior of the vehicle had been ransacked and it is unknown if there is any loss. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
A victim reported locking his Navaro BUZZ hybrid road bicycle, valued at $800, using a $30 cable lock, to the bicycle racks in the free area of the station at 0600 hours. Upon his return at 2145 hours the bicycle and lock were missing.
An officer was flagged down by a victim who saw a male steal his bicycle. The suspect, was located in possession of a bicycle, identified by the victim and arrested by the officer. The suspect is also on probation. The bicycle, a black Murrey, Twin Peaks mountain bike valued at $250, was recovered. The victim gave a statement. The suspect was interviewed by the officer and a sergeant. He was booked at North County Jail.
A victim reported his Mini Cooper, 6PBE848 CA. parked in stall #456 had its window smashed. Taken from the vehicle were a Garmin GPS device, and Apple Ipod Nano and other items. Total loss was valued at $525. This occurred between 0750 and 1643 hours.
A patron reported that his black 2001 Honda Civic was burglarized while parked in the Ashby Station lot between 0800 hours and 1730 hours. The front passenger window was smashed to gain entry. The loss was a Kenwood stereo. The vehicle was checked for prints with negative results.
A patron reported that her green 1992 Lexus SC was burglarized while parked in the Ashby Station lot between 0820 hours and 1645 hours. The front passenger window was smashed to gain entry. The loss was a Sony stereo. The vehicle was checked for prints with negative results.
A BART employee reported seeing two males breaking into a white Dodge Charger in the west lot. A sergeant and two officers responded to the scene. Berkeley police detained two suspects on Shattuck Ave., based upon the provided descriptions, and turned them over to the BART police personnel. The vehicle was processed for latent prints and other evidence. The sergeant interviewed the suspects. One suspect implicated the other. The suspects were booked into Glenn Dyer Jail for auto burglary.
A citizen reported two male suspects possibly stealing bikes from the racks. An officer who was at the station responded immediately and detained both suspects. Two detectives responded and interviewed both suspects, who confessed to stealing a bike seat from one of the bikes parked at the racks. The males were eventually issued a citation for theft and possession of burglary tools.
A detective and several officers conducted a search on recently arrested bicycle theft suspect Eleazer Clark's residence after obtaining a search warrant. The search yielded a complete bicycle and two old bicycle frames with no wheels. A serial check on both frames came back clear of wants. However, a serial check on the complete bicycle came back as having been stolen on 6/18/12 from the Ashby Station (case#1206-2427). The officers cleared the residence at 2010 hours. 1206-2542/
Officers working a bike theft enforcement detail watched as an adult male suspect cut the lock off of a bicycle and attempted to take it. The male was detained as he was removing the bike and he was found to be in possession of wire cutters. A records check revealed that the male is on probation and a condition of his probation is to stay away from Ashby BART. The male was interviewed by a detective and will be booked into Santa Rita Jail for Grand Theft, Possession of Burglary Tools and a probation violation. The Investigations Unit is working on conducting a search of his residence.
A patron reported the theft of their men's Marin Kentfield 6-speed, drk blue bike, from the bike racks on the west side of the station. The victim locked his bike with a u-lock, but only locked the front tire to the rack. The bike was valued at $300. The lock and front tire were not taken.
A woman and her boyfriend were battered by her ex-boyfriend. The ex-boyfriend, who is also the father of the woman’s daughter, slapped the female in the face and punched the male in the face while they were at the ticket machines in the free area. The suspect fled from the station toward Martin Luther King Blvd. and Ashby Avenue. No medical attention was requested.
A BART Officer contacted a victim who reported her 2003 Honda Accord was burglarized while parked in stall 455 at Ashby Station. The driver’s side window was smashed and the stereo was missing. The victim parked her vehicle about 1000 hours, and returned about 1800 hours. 1205-4174 L21.