A citizen reported a suspect who was vandalizing signs and trains at the station with graffiti. Officers responded and detained the suspect who admitted his involvement in the graffiti. A warrant check revealed that the suspect was wanted for two felony and two misdemeanor warrants, with all of the warrants being no-bail warrants. The suspect was arrested and booked for the charges.
A female suspect detained for fare evasion by an officer was found to have an outstanding no-bail identity fraud warrant, held by San Francisco Police, for her arrest. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant without incident, and then booked into the nearby county jail.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked in the parking structure between 1115-1530 hours. The passenger side rear window was smashed to gain entry, but nothing was taken. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for evidence.
San Ramon Police reported having responded to a residence in their city regarding a domestic violence incident which was determined to have occurred earlier, at the Dublin/Pleasanton station. A BART Police Officer responded to the residence where he met with San Ramon Officers, as well as the involved husband and wife. Further investigation by the BART officer revealed the husband/suspect struck his wife/victim three times on her left arm with his elbow as the couple argued in their vehicle at the station. The officer then placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence without incident, booked him into the Alameda County jail, at Santa Rita, and issued him a prohibition order. The victim, who suffered no visible injuries, refused medical attention. 1610-1554 L22/L10
A BART employee reported a male possibly engaged in narcotics activity in the station. An officer contacted the male and did not locate any narcotics, but discovered that the male had a $5,000 no cite warrant for narcotics possession. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the warrant.
A victim reported the theft of their burgundy/white (unknown name brand) men’s 21-speed road bicycle, valued at $800.00, while it was cable locked in the paid area of the station between 0825 and 2115 hours. An officer responded to take the report.
An officer was dispatched to the East Dublin Station for a welfare check on a confused individual. The officer contacted the male and learned he was on Parole. A records check showed the male walked away from a community service program and had an arrest warrant. The male was placed under arrest and was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
While clearing an out-of-service train at the station, a train operator awakened a white male suspect who acted erratic and then battered the operator. An officer responded and safely detained the suspect, who was also too intoxicated to care for himself. The train operator, who was not injured and did not require medical attention, placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for battering the train operator and public intoxication.
A victim reported the attempted theft of their silver 2006 GMC Envoy while it was parked on the third level of the station’s parking structure, stall #491, between 0500 and 2328 hours. The vehicle’s left rear window was smashed to gain entry and its steering column damaged. The victim declined to allow fingerprinting of the vehicle by the investigating officer.
A patron made verbal threats to a train operator after becoming angry that he missed the last train. Officers detained the man and the train operator made a citizen's arrest. The suspect was cited for making criminal threats and was released at the scene.
A victim reported that their vehicle was entered sometime between 0900-1058 hours via door lock cheat. The steering column was damaged in an apparent attempt to take the vehicle. Nothing was taken from the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for prints.
A victim reported the theft of their black 1997 Honda Civic while it was parked in the first level of the parking structure, between 2100 hours on 9/29/16 and 0015 hours on 9/30/16. An officer responded and completed a report.