An officer discovered that three vehicles had been burglarized in the Derby Lot of the Fruitvale Station. A red Honda Civic was parked in stall #861 and sustained a broken front passenger window. A silver Toyota Rav-4 was parked in stall #884 and sustained a broken front passenger window. A silver Jeep Cherokee was parked in stall #1011 and sustained a broken front driver's window. All vehicles were searched and the loss is unknown at this time. All vehicles were processed for finger prints but no prints were located. Officer is investigating case.
Officers responded to the Fruitvale BART Station for a report of two females fighting inside the station. Officers arrived on scene, separated the two females ages 17 and 19. Based on an independent witness statement, it was learned that the 19 year old female was the aggressor and had kicked the 17 year old in the head, several times with her boots. In addition, an independent witness stated that the 19 year old grabbed the 17 year old and slammed her head on the fare gates. The 17 year old complained of a headache and may have sustained a head injury. The 17 year old was transported to the nearest hospital for treatment. The 19 year old female was placed under arrest. The Suspect was not on probation or parole and was clear of warrants. Detectives were notified and they are investigating this case. Station video was requested. The juveniles' father was contacted and responded to the hospital.
A woman reported that her 1988 Toyota Camry had been burglarized today in stall #317 on the first floor of the garage. The driver’s door window had been smashed to gain entry and the car stereo had been stolen. The vehicle was processed for evidence by the investigating officer.
An officer on patrol located a 04' Toyota truck, blk, with a front passenger window smash. The interior of the vehicle appeared to have been ransacked and the dashboard had obvious damage. The vehicle was parked on the fourth level of the parking structure in stall #616. It is unknown if there is any loss. A note was left for the owner.
The station agent reported a man was selling BART tickets by the ticket machines. An officer contacted the man, who was on probation for burglary and had a search clause, and searched him. The officer found a concealed knife in the suspect’s waistband and determined that he had a $561 Oakland police traffic warrant. The suspect was arrested for possession of a concealed dirk or dagger, and the warrant. He was debriefed by a sergeant, then booked into Santa Rita Jail.
A suspect was seen in the parking structure trying the door handles to parked vehicles. An officer detained the suspect who had an outstanding felony warrant. He was arrested for the warrant. A vehicle was located near where the suspect was detained that had been burglarized. He was interviewed and confessed to the auto burglary. He was in possession of drug paraphernalia and burglary tools. The suspect was booked at the Glen Dyer Jail.
A patron reported the theft of their green 1997 Honda Accord from Fruitvale Station. The patron parked about 0830 hours and returned about 1800 hours. No known suspect(s) at this time. A license plate number was not available.
While on patrol, an officer detained a female for drinking an alcoholic beverage while on the platform. The female gave the officer a few names which did not match her description or no identification that was on file. The female then gave the officer a name that was on a checkbook that was in her possession, but the officer discovered the checkbook had been stolen a few weeks earlier in the city of Oakland. The female was arrested for being in possession of stolen property and providing false identification. A fingerprint check at the Glen Dyer Jail revealed the suspect’s name was Carlinda Foustmccandles (O/F 4/14/88).
A CSO reported a suspicious subject, BM, 20-30, blk shirt, blk sweater and khaki pants in the Derby lot of the station. The subject was observed by the CSO removing a registration stickers from vehicles parked in the lot. Responding officers and a Sergeant were able to detain the subject without incident. The CSO was able to positively identify the subject. It was determined that the subject had removed registration stickers from three vehicles (two Hondas and a Jeep) parked in the lot. The subject was eventually cited for petty theft and released.
A man reported that his Enterprise rental car, a 2011Hyundai Elantra, was burglarized in the garage between 1000-2150 hrs. today. The front-passenger window had been smashed. Sunglasses and a GPS had been stolen. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
A CSO on viewed a Hispanic male looking into cars that were parked in the Derby lot. The male attempted to flee from the scene but was stopped by a BART Officer. Two unlocked cars were located but no signs of a forced entry were detected. The cars were processed for evidence and prints were obtained from the cars. A note was left for both owners to contact BART Police. Officers on-scene could not place subject inside of the two unlocked vehicles and the auto burglaries are being investigated. Detectives were contacted but subject invoked when interviewed. Subject is on felony probation with a F-7 search clause. A search of the subject's person revealed drug paraphernalia and his probation was violated. Subject was booked at Glen Dyer Jail. Officers to conduct a probation search of his residence.
Officers responded for a welfare check on a man who had been lying beneath the BART tracks near 35th Ave. The man was found to have a no-bail, Alameda Co. felony warrant for grand theft. The suspect was arrested on the warrant, debriefed by a sergeant, and booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
A man reported that his 2006 Ford Escape had been burglarized today in the parking garage, between 1300-2020 hrs. The front-passenger window had been broken. The vehicle doors were still locked and no property had been removed from within the car. The owner had touched the printable surfaces of the vehicle while cleaning the broken glass out of it. He declined to have his vehicle processed for latent prints.
A woman reported that a male suspect tried to grab her cell phone out of her hand in the parking lot, near the garage. The victim managed to retain her property. The suspect ran towards International Blvd. An officer conducted an unsuccessful area search for the suspect. The victim later informed the officer that she did not wish to pursue prosecution of the suspect because she had managed to hold onto her property. (suspect description: H-M, 18-20, 5-6, 150, dark-brown curly hair, black-hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans)
An officer observed two males acting suspiciously near the ticket vending machines. One of the men was attempting to process multiple tickets in the machine. The officer asked to see the tickets and immediately saw that they had been altered by having a thin magnetic strip placed over a zero value BART ticket. The suspect was found to have scissors, glue, altered tickets and magnetic strips on his person when he was searched. The officer's investigation revealed that the man he had detained had manufactured the tickets in his possession. The man was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for counterfeiting fare media.
An officer responded to investigate a report of a strong arm robbery which just occurred. Upon his arrival he detained a person matching the description given. The suspect was identified by the victim. As the officer attempted to take her into custody she began to punch him with a closed fist. He was able to place a control hold on her and place her in handcuffs. The victim stated that the suspect punched her in the back of the head several times and demanded money in two separate attacks. During one attack the victims BART ticket fell to the ground and was taken by the suspect. The victim declined medical attention. The suspect was interviewed and confessed to the robbery. The suspect was booked at Glen Dyer North County Jail.
An officer observed a panhandler in front of the ticket machines. The panhandler was blocking access to the ticket machine and requesting money. A warrant check revealed that the suspect is on probation for theft and for altering BART tickets. He has a stay away order from BART. He was arrested and booked at the North County Jail.
A patron reported that his Toyota Corolla was burglarized while parked in the Derby Lot on 7/11 between 0800-1820 hours. The victim reported, via phone, that one of the windows had been smashed and the interior ransacked, but there was no property loss.
Two CSOs monitoring the station noticed a male suspect looking at vehicles in the Derby Lot, but they couldn't see exactly what he was doing. One of the CSOs drove closer to the lot to try and get a better look when he noticed the suspect inside a vehicle. The suspect soon exited the vehicle with a stereo in his hand. Officers were able to locate the suspect walking away from the area. A search revealed that he had the stereo and burglary tools with him. The victim vehicle's window had been pulled out of the track to gain entry and the stereo was missing. After the CSOs identified the detained suspect, the suspect was transported to be interviewed by detectives before being booked into Glenn Dyer Jail for Burglary and Possession of Burglary Tools. The victim vehicle was processed and a note left for the owner.
A victim reported, via phone, that a male juvenile approximately 12 years in age attempted to grab her iPhone from her hands as the Fremont bound train was on the platform. She struggled for a few seconds to keep control of the phone which she was able to do. The suspect and another juvenile fled from the train. The victim was not injured. 1207-1585, L13 A victim reported, via phone, that a male juvenile approximately 12 years in age attempted to grab her iPhone from her hands as the Fremont bound train was on the platform. She struggled for a few seconds to keep control of the phone which she was able to do. The suspect and another juvenile fled from the train. The victim was not injured.
Officers discovered a vehicle (Subaru) in the Derby Lot with the passenger window smashed out. The interior appeared ransacked and it appeared that the in-dash stereo had been removed. The vehicle was processed for evidence and a note was left for the owner to call upon their return.
A victim reported that while on a Richmond bound train his iPhone was snatched from his hand while the train was at the platform. The adult male suspect fled out of the train toward the north end of the platform. 1207-1426, L13 A victim reported that while on a Richmond bound train his iPhone was snatched from his hand while the train was at the platform. The adult male suspect fled out of the train toward the north end of the platform.
A BART Officer contacted an adult male victim who reported his Brompton ML3 folding bike was stolen from the Fruitvale Station. The victim said he locked his bike to the racks with a cable about 0630 hours. When he returned about 1730 hours, the $1800 bike was gone. (1207-12). L21.