Officers were called for a welfare check and discovered that the male had a valid prohibition order to stay away from all BART stations. The male was booked into the Redwood City Jail for violation of the prohibition order.
An officer conducted a welfare check on a male in the parking structure and discovered that he had a $75.000 warrant for assault with a deadly weapon. The male was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrant.
A female victim reported that while in the free area of the station a Black male suspect grabbed and attempted to take her purse, which she managed to retain. Next, the suspect attempted to punch the victim, but failed, and then grabbed the victim’s purse a second time. This time, the victim struggled for control of the purse, and then fled from the suspect. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect. The victim, who was not injured during the robbery attempt, further described the suspect as: 38-40 years of age; 5’7” tall; 150-160 lbs.; wearing a white hat and a gray jacket. The investigating officer requested station video.
A pregnant female victim reported that her boyfriend pushed her into a wall 3-4 times and left the area on a train. Officers contacted the female and determined that she had minor scrapes on her elbows as a result of the battery. Trains and the surrounding area were checked for the suspect, but he was not located. The victim provided the suspect's identity and said that she is pregnant with his child. The victim refused medical attention and an emergency protective order, but was provided domestic violence information. Station video will be requested. Photos were taken of the victim's injuries and the case will be forwarded to investigations for criminal charging.
Officers responded to the station for a female causing a disturbance on the platform. A records check showed the female had a 50K warrant for theft issued by SF Superior Court. The female was booked at the Redwood City Jail.
A male suspect was detained by an officer for reportedly pushing another subject after she had asked him for a cigarette. The suspect was found to have an active court order prohibiting him from BART property. The officer arrested the suspect without incident, and then booked him into the county jail for the violation of a court order.
A victim reported that their 2013 Volkswagen Golf GTI was burglarized while parked in the parking garage, stall #1209, between 0730 and 1900 hours. The vehicle’s rear passenger door window was smashed to gain entry and a backpack (30.00) was taken. The investigating officer completed a report.
Witnesses reported that a female suspect was battering a male victim in the free area. The female was slapping and hitting the victim with a metal sign holder. BART and Broadmoor officers responded and detained both parties. Officers determined that the suspect and victim were friends, but that the female got angry after an argument and began hitting the victim. The victim had no visible injuries and declined medical attention. The female was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and battery on transit property and was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. She was issued a prohibition order prior to booking.
A victim reported that their gold colored 2013 Chevrolet Tracker was burglarized while parked in the station’s structure, stall 3166, between 0640 and 1630 hours. An officer contacted the victim, via phone, and learned the vehicle had been entered by way of its (unzipped) canvas top. The victim further described the vehicle’s interior as ransacked, but noted there was no loss. The officer completed a report.
While on patrol, a sergeant a 2011 BMW 128i in the lower level of the parking structure with its driver’s side window smashed and interior ransacked. An officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints. The loss is unknown at this time.
An officer observed a vehicle driving erratically on NB 280 and he initiated a traffic stop to investigate possible DUI. The vehicle stopped at the Eastmoor off-ramp. Record checks showed that the suspect had an outstanding $25,000 arrest warrant for possession of narcotics, held by Santa Clara PD. The officers determined that the suspect was not driving under the influence, but he was arrested for his warrant. The suspect was booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
A victim reported that they locked their Warfar cruising bicycle at the station today at 0630 hours. The bicycle was secured with chain and combo lock. The victim returned at 1700 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $109.
A victim reported their 2003 Toyota Tundra truck was broken into while parked at the Colma Station. The victim parked in stall #4196 at 0745 hours and returned at 2130 hours. The driver's window was smashed and the interior of the truck was searched but no loss was reported. An officer recovered a print from the truck.
An officer was dispatched to conduct a welfare check on a male in the parking structure. A records check revealed a no bail probation violation warrant and a $25,000 warrant for theft. The male was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrants.
While on patrol, an officer made contact with a subject who was on platform 3, which was a closed platform. The officer made contact with the subject who then tried to fare evade to exit the station. The suspect resisted arrest and the officer had to use physical force to detain her. An off-duty SFPD officer was present and assisted in the arrest. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and conduct a use of force investigation. The suspect was transported and booked into the Redwood City Jail for resisting arrest.
A CSO located a vehicle (2002 Subaru Forester) with its right rear window smashed and interior ransacked. The loss is unknown at the time. An officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints. The officer attempted to locate the registered owner with negative results.
A victim reported that their gray 2012 Subaru Outback was burglarized while parked on the first level of the parking structure, stall 1262, between 0600 hours on 7/10/15 and 2200 hours on 7/12/15. The vehicle’s rear passenger wing window was shattered to gain entry, but no items were taken. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints and prepared a report.
A victim reported the theft of their red 1995 Nissan truck while it was parked in the 4th level of the parking structure, stall #4095, between 0750 and 1820 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
A victim reported their 4 door 2002 Ford F-150 was burglarized while parked at the Colma Station. The victim parked the truck in stall #2237 on 5/3/15, at 1100 hours. He returned on 5/4/15, at 1630 hours to discover his vehicle had been entered. Loss was a high school ring valued at $500.00. The suspect attempted to steal the vehicle and damage to the ignition, causing $500.00 damage to the truck's ignition. The vehicle was processed for prints with negative results.