A victim reported the burglary of his green 2000 Honda Civic, which was parked in stall 641, between 0820 and 1915 hours. The vehicle’s door lock was defeated in order to gain entry, and the loss was a Sony-Brand CD player worth $200. The victim declined to have his vehicle processed for evidence.
The station agent reported that a female suspect had just evaded fare to exit. The suspect was described as a black female, about 30 years old, 5'3" tall, with a ponytail, wearing a black top and multi-colored tights. An officer located a female in the bus zone who matched the suspect description and detained her. The agent made a positive identification and citizen's arrest for fare evasion. While the suspect was looking for identification, the officer noticed that the ticket in her hands had been altered by adding a portion of a magnetic strip. The officer arrested the woman for possession of altered fare media and incident to arrest, located scissors and a glue stick on the woman's person. The woman claimed she was given the ticket by her boyfriend. Detectives were contacted. The woman was ultimately issued a citation for possession of altered fare media and fare evasion.
A woman reported that two catalytic converters had been stolen from beneath her 2006 Toyota Sequoia vehicle today between 0820-1800 hrs. The vehicle was parked in stall #355, in the north-east lot.
A customer reported the theft of a catalytic converter from her 2004 black Toyota Sequoia while it was parked in stall #1029 of the Castro Valley Station. The victim parked her vehicle at 1000 hours and returned at 1400 hours to discover the theft. The investigating officer will be requesting station video.
A patron reported the theft of his 1995 Nissan Maxima, 4dr, white, CA Lic# 3KNA544. The victim stated he parked and locked his vehicle in the northeast lot on 4/19/13 at 0840 hours and found it missing upon his return on 4/20/13 at 1140 hours.
The victim reported that his Men's Raleigh, 15 speed, mountain bike, blue and light blue in color, was stolen from the bike racks between the hours of 0815-1600. The victim's bike was secured with a cable and combo lock. The victim could not provide a serial number and estimated the bike at $400.
An officer was dispatched to a report of three males and a female drinking alcohol at the station. One of the males was found to have a restraining order to stay away from the female. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the violation.
The victim called to report the theft of his bike, a red Schwinn beach cruiser with white wall tires. The victim secured his bike to the bike racks West of the entrance to the station with two chains and locks between the hours of 1100-1345, today. The bike was valued at $50.
An adult male reported he was attacked with a blunt object by three adult males at or near the station. The victim was transported to a local hospital where Alameda County Sherriff’s Deputies took over the investigation. No suspects or witnesses were located at the scene by BART Police Officers.
A woman reported that her Stowabike, 6-speed, folding bicycle had been stolen from the bicycle racks on 01/04/13, between 1400-2300 hrs. Her bicycle helmet and the cable lock that had secured the bicycle were also stolen.
Officers responded to a report of a loud argument and possible physical fight between a man and woman aboard a Dublin/Pleasanton train. The officers located the couple and had them off-board the train. It was determined that the woman had a restraining order against the man, with whom she has a dating relationship. The suspect was arrested for violation of the restraining order, and for domestic battery. The suspect had pushed the victim and bitten her on the lip while aboard the train. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant, then booked into Santa Rita Jail.
An officer made contact with an adult male after patrons reported that the male was harassing people. No one wished to make a criminal complaint, but the officer determined that the male was too intoxicated to care for himself. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for Public Intoxication.
Officers were called to a domestic disturbance at the station. After contacting both parties, the officers determined that there was no physical contact, but the female had a criminal protective order requiring her to stay away from the male. She was taken into custody and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for violation of the court order.
An adult female was sitting in the bus zone at Castro Valley Station when a suspect snatched her I-Pad. The victim reported to BART Police that she was using the I-Pad when the suspect (18-20 y.o., BM, 5’9”, medium build, wearing a black T-shirt over grey long-sleeve thermals, plaid red and black hat) took it from her hands and ran toward Redwood Ave. The victim gave a short chase but stopped when the suspect threatened her. Alameda County Sheriff’s Office was notified and officers conducted an area search with negative results. The suspect may be known and investigative leads are being followed with.
A woman telephoned the ISRC/BART police dispatch to report that her 1999 Honda Civic had been burglarized today in stall #609 between 0830-2115 hrs. The owner drove home after discovering her vehicle unlocked in the parking lot. The victim found no sign of forced entry, but noticed that the passenger compartment and the trunk of her car had been rummaged through, and her GPS had been stolen. At 2210 hrs., the investigating officer was assigned the case while on patrol at Bay Fair station. He reached the victim by telephone and took a report. The vehicle was not processed for latent prints because the owner had driven it home.
A warrant check on a person detained for disturbing the peace revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of Alameda County for child endangerment. The suspect was placed under arrest on the warrant.
Victim reported his gray Trek 400 men’s mountain bicycle, valued at $1200, stolen between 0930 and 1945 hours. The cable lock he used was also missing. The bicycle had been locked to a railing at the station. 1210-4397, L13 Victim reported his gray Trek 400 men’s mountain bicycle, valued at $1200, stolen between 0930 and 1945 hours. The cable lock he used was also missing. The bicycle had been locked to a railing at the station.
Officers responded to the station for a report by the station agent of a person cutting the lock off a bike to steal it. Upon arrival, the officers detained a person matching the description given. Upon further inspection, it was discovered the suspect did not cut the lock and the bike was secure. The suspect was cited and released for attempt bike theft.
A victim reported the theft of his 1997 Honda Civic, 4dr, green, from the Northwest lot which was parked between stalls #67-#70. He parked his vehicle at 0620 hrs on 10/05/12 and returned on 10/06/12 at 0930 hrs to find his vehicle missing.
A victim reported the catalytic converter was removed from his black 1999 Toyota Tacoma truck while parked in stall #769 between 0630 and 2020 hours. The value of the damage and stolen property is unknown. 1209-2777, L13 A victim reported the catalytic converter was removed from his black 1999 Toyota Tacoma truck while parked in stall #769 between 0630 and 2020 hours. The value of the damage and stolen property is unknown.
A patron reported an unsteady male on the platform who fell backwards and hit his head on the platform. Upon arrival of the officers, the male was unconscious and breathing bleeding from the back of his head and from his right ear. Fire and medical personnel arrived and immobilized the subject on a backboard and transported him to Eden hospital. The subject did not regain consciousness while being prepared for transportation and it is unclear if the subject was under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of his fall, or if he suffered from other medical conditions. The fire department personnel had prior contacts with the subject for intoxication.