A male subject, Donald Vincent ADAMS (58 years old, Oakland), was detained for fare evasion. ADAMS falsely identified himself as his brother and was found to have an outstanding felony arrest warrant for a prior 529(a) PC violation. ADAMS was booked into Santa Rita jail for his new charge, as well as his outstanding warrant.
Three male juveniles were arrested for 459 P.C., 466 P.C. and 182 (a) (1) P.C. One of the male juveniles was additionally arrested for an active warrant. The male juveniles were booked at the Alameda County Juvenile Hall.
An officer on patrol observed a suspect (Vincent Burton, 30 years, Hayward) tampering with a vehicle in the parking lot. The suspect was arrested and booked for tampering with a vehicle and a violation of probation.
An officer at the Bay Fair Station heard a commotion coming from the platform. The officer learned that several juveniles were involved in a robbery of a patron's Apple MacBook laptop. Officers responded and assisted in detaining the juveniles. The victim positively identified 3 of the juveniles as being involved in the robbery. The 3 juveniles were booked into Juvenile Hall for robbery, providing false information to police, resisting arrest, possession of stolen property and conspiracy. The laptop was retrieved and returned to the owner. There was also a second laptop retrieved, owner unknown.
Yanni Young (20, Emeryville) was arrested for making death threats, trespassing on railroad property and probation violation. Young was also issued a prohibition order.
Cameron Epes (21 years, San Leandro) was detained for fare evasion. His female companion, Terriss Ricks (20 years, Castro Valley) battered officers, before she and Epes were taken into custody. Ricks was booked into the county jail for battering officers, resisting arrest and she was issued a prohibition order. Epes was issued a citation and released.
Officers detained a male (Ray Brigham, 57 years, Oakland) for fare evasion at the Bay Fair Station. A records check showed Brigham was out of compliance by failing to meet his terms of probation and was placed under arrest. He was booked into jail.
An officer saw a male and female breaking into a car parked in the lot. The suspects fled on foot, but the officer was able to apprehend the female. The male suspect was not located by other responding officers. The juvenile female suspect was ultimately cited to her parents for burglary, possession of burglary tools and attempted auto theft.
A female victim was car jacked by two Black males at the Bay Fair Station. The victim was parked on the west side (Lewelling Blvd side) of the station. One of the suspects held a gun to the victim and demanded her car. A second Black male joined the suspect and they drove off with the victim’s car and purse. Officers responded to the station and searched the area but were unable to locate the vehicle. ACSO and San Leandro Police were advised.
A male victim placed Gregory Soto (47 years old, Oakland) under citizen’s arrest after he struck him with a closed fist at the Bayfair Station. Soto was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for battery and a probation violation. The victim was not injured.
A victim reported that his cell phone was snatched from his hand by a black male teenager, who fled with the phone toward the Bay Fair Mall. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect. The phone was not equipped with tracking.
A male subject was masturbating on the platform at the Bay Fair Station. It was determined that the subject was in need of a mental health evaluation. The subject was placed on a psychiatric detention. The subject was transported to a local hospital. Upon being medically cleared the subject will be issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the County Jail for performing a lewd act in public and a parole violation.
Officers were dispatched to contact a male who was reportedly exposing himself. No one wished to make a complaint about the exposure, but the male (Antonio Mandigma, 46 years, San Francisco) was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for an outstanding $7,500 theft warrant.