A reporting party, via CHP 911 transfer, reported a group of Black male teenager burglarizing multiple vehicles in the Woolsey St. parking lot. A lieutenant, sergeant and officers responded, searched for the teens, but were unable to locate them. The following victim vehicles were found in the lot with their windows shattered and their interiors’ ransacked: • White 2005 Ford Focus; unknown loss • Silver 2011 Mazda 6; unknown loss • Green 1999 Toyota Rav 4; unknown loss • Green 1995 Isuzu Rodeo; unknown loss
While performing a welfare check on a male subject, officers learned he was not in compliance with his required sexual offender status registration. As the officers prepared to place the subject under arrest for the offense, he physically resisted their efforts and a struggle ensued. The officers finally managed to subdue the subject by using physical force, and he was placed under arrest for the status offense and resisting arrest. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, debrief the subject and perform the use of force investigation. During the struggle both officers and the subject sustained minor abrasions for which they received medical attention by paramedics. While being processed for booking the subject complained of pain so he was transported to the hospital. Upon being medically cleared, the subject was booked into the county jail for the listed crimes.
The victim reported that his black and gold colored Corsaro Aegis 3 speed bike was stolen between 0900 hours on 11/9/14 and 0700 hours, today's date. The bike was secured with a cable lock and a U-bolt. The bike was valued at $300. The victim could not provide a serial number.
A victim, whose bicycle had been previously stolen in San Francisco Police jurisdiction and for which a report had been generated, requested BART police assistance at the station while preparing to meet a Craig’s List ‘seller’ believed to be in possession of the bicycle. Officers met with the victim and, eventually, the seller arrived with the bicycle. The victim, from a safe distance, then positively identified the bicycle and the subject was detained without incident. While being interviewed, the subject claimed to have purchased the bicycle at a San Francisco flea market for $450.00. A criminal history check of the subject did not reveal any arrest pattern for theft or any other related crimes, nor was he on active probation or parole. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. Subsequently, the victim regained his bicycle and the subject was released with a citation for possessing stolen property worth less than $950.00.
While at the station, an officer was flagged down and directed to a subject who was disturbing the peace. The officer contacted and detained the subject and determined he was intoxicated. The subject was arrested and is to be booked into the Berkeley City Jail for public intoxication.
A victim reported the theft of their dark blue $200 Specialized men’s road bike, 21-speed, while it was U-locked in the concourse area of the station between 1800-2345 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
An adult female victim reported her black leather (unknown name brand) wallet, which contained a credit card and identification, was stolen by an adult White male suspect after she accidentally dropped it on the station floor. The suspect left the station with the wallet, but responding officers were unable to locate him. The victim, who was not injured during the theft, further described the suspect as in his 20’s; standing 5’9” tall; with a scruffy face and brown hair; she was unable to provide a clothing description.
Officers responded to conduct a welfare check on a male that was reported to have been in the bathroom over 25 minutes. Officers discovered the door was lock and the male was not responding to knocks on the door. Officers made entry and contacted the male. A records/warrant check revealed the male had two $5K warrants for a narcotics violation and public intoxication held by Oakland PD and San Mateo County. The male was placed under arrest on the warrants and was booked at the Berkeley Jail. A sergeant approved the arrest.
A patron reported that their blue Motobecain 21-speed bike was stolen from the south racks between 2000 hours on 9/19/14 and 2000 hours today. The victim secured the bike with a U-lock, which was also taken.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a Nishiki 52” road bicycle) to the bike racks on 8/28/14, at 0830 hours. The bicycle was secured with two U-Locks. The victim returned on 9/1/14, at 1800 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $200.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a blue/white Kona Jake CX bicycle) to the bike racks on 9/2/14, at 0900 hours. The bicycle was secured with two U-Locks. The victim returned today, at 1014 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $2500.
A patron reported the theft of their white Raleigh Men's single-speed bike from the bike racks on the West side of the station. The theft occurred sometime between 8/30/14 at 2000 hours and 1730 hours, today's date. The bike was secured with a cable and U-bolt locks. The victim was unable to provide a serial number and valued the bike at $250.
A victim reported the theft of her purple Nishiki 10 speed road bike (no serial numbers) from the Ashby Station. The victim parked her bicycle inside the paid area of the station on July 31st at 1800 hours and returned on today's date at 1030 hours to discover her bicycle was missing. The victim used a cable lock to secure her bicycle. Loss was reported at $200. An officer completed a theft report.
An officer on routine patrol conducted a welfare check on two subjects in the Woolsey lot of the station. The officer ran a records check and one of the subjects was found to have a $6,000 "no cite" misdemeanor warrant out of San Jose PD for theft. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was placed under arrest. A sergeant approved the arrest and debriefed the subject before he was booked into the Glen Dyer Jail on the warrant.