While on patrol, an observed an individual burglarizing a vehicle in the St. Charles lot. The officer was able to take the suspect into custody without incident. The suspect was found to have 2 outstanding misdemeanor warrants issued from the ACSO for property crime and narcotics violations. The suspect was transported and booked into the SF Jail for burglary and his warrants. An attempt was made to contact the registered owner of the vehicle.
A victim reported a burglary to their vehicle a while it was parked in the east side parking lot in stall #3085. The victim parked their vehicle at 2000 hours on 5/13/2017 and returned at 0900 hours on 5/14/2017 to someone had entered his locked vehicle through the open sunroof. The victim stated $10,000 worth of camera equipment was stolen from the trunk of his vehicle.
The victim reported that their 1997 Mitsubishi Montero was burglarized, via right rear wing-window smash, while parked at the station, stall #2048, between 1800 hours on 4/18/17 and 1158 hours on 4/21/17. An older model Lenovo brand laptop was taken during the burglary. An officer responded, processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed a report.
Two auto burglary victims reported via phone reports, loss from their respective vehicles which were parked in the parking structure in stalls opposite each other. Both vehicles, a 14’ Toyota Prius and a 11’ Honda CRV sustained window smashes. Loss from the Toyota was two baby carriers and a trunk organizer. Loss from the Honda was miscellaneous clothing. The burglaries occurred sometime between the hours of 0545-1745 hours.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked in the parking structure. The rear passenger side window was smashed to gain entry. A first aid kit backpack and an earthquake preparedness kit were taken. The crime occurred between 1730-2215 hours.
A cab driver reported that a group of 8-10 juveniles (BMJs and BFJs, 14-15 years old) began punching him and took his cash. The juveniles then fled the area on foot and one on a bike and were not located. The victim declined medical attention.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked on the 2nd floor of the parking structure between 0630-1545 hours. There were no signs of forced entry, so it is unknown how the suspect entered the vehicle, but a baseball cap and the owner's manual for the vehicle were taken. The vehicle was not processed for evidence (phone report).
A patron reported that their gray 2017 Chevy Volt was burglarized while parked on the first level of the parking structure, between 1300-2115 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the right front window to gain entry and stole a bag containing clothing from the passenger seat.
Officers on a fare enforcement detail at Daly City Station detained a suspect for fare evasion and determined that the suspect was wanted for a no bail warrant for arson out of San Francisco. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked on the warrant.
3-9-2017, 0916 hours A female patron was a victim of sexual battery while on a Daly City bound train between Embarcadero and 24th Stations. The suspect was described as a Hispanic Male, scruffy beard, black “Jordan” shoes, black jeans, and a black backpack, no further description.
A victim reported that her vehicle was burglarized while parked on the second level of the parking structure between 1300-1939 hours. The passenger side rear wing window was smashed to gain entry and a gym bag was removed, but left on the ground near the vehicle. The victim refused to have the vehicle processed for prints.
A victim reported that a male suspect (BM, 20s, grey shirt, black pants on a mountain bike) rode up behind him in the parking structure and took his phone from his hand. The victim tried to chase the suspect as he rode his bike out of the parking structure and the victim fell, injuring his hand. The suspect was not located and the phone could not be tracked. Station video will be requested.
Officer took a report from a victim who reported their 2003 GMC Sierra pickup truck to be burglarized while parked on level one of the parking structure in stall #4470. The victim parked his vehicle on 2/21/2017 at approximately 2100 hours and returned to his vehicle on 2/23/2017 at approximately 1840 hours. Entry was made into the camper shell with no signs of force being used. Loss was miscellaneous hand tools, miscellaneous power tools, a snowboard, and two pairs of tennis shoes. Total loss is valued at $1000. Officer was unable to locate any latent fingerprints in the vehicle.
An officer detained a subject for fare evading into the paid area. A record’s check revealed the suspect had a CDC Parole violation warrant for his arrest. The suspect was reprimanded for fare evasion and arrested for the warrant. The suspect was then transported to Redwood City Jail for booking.
An officer responded to a medical call aboard a train. Medical responded and placed the sick person on the gurney. The sick person requested to exit the rig to urinate, which the paramedics complied. The sick person then punched both paramedics as they attempted to place him back onto the gurney. The paramedics then wished to place the sick person under citizen’s arrest for 243(b) P.C., Battery. The sick person was arrested for battery and issued a prohibition order. The suspect was then taken to Redwood City Jail for booking.