A male victim called to report that a male (who is known to him) had battered him on 5/05 while at the station. The victim called to report that the suspect was at the station again today. Officers made contact with the victim and detained the suspect. The investigation revealed that the suspect had sent threatening text messages to the victim after the battery occurred and that the victim was fearful of the suspect. Both parties were interviewed and the suspect was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for Battery on a Transit Passenger and for making the threats.
The train operator of the Daly City bound train approaching the Fruitvale station, reported a male subject possibly drinking and urinating in the lead car. The train was held at the station and the officer observed the subject with an open container of alcohol. The officer off-boarded the subject and determined he was intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He was arrested and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for public intoxication.
A patron reported her green 2000 Honda 4 door had been stolen while it was parked and locked in parking structure stall #732 on 5/2/12 between 0650-1820 hours. The victim had not given anyone permission to take her vehicle. 1205-0260 L12.
An officer responded to the station for a report of a man exposing himself near the parking structure. A subject was detained by the officer, and was placed under citizen’s arrest by a witness who positively identified him as the person who exposed himself. The subject was arrested for indecent exposure.
An anonymous patron reported seeing two men banging their elbows against the window of a vehicle in the lower level of the garage, possibly breaking into a vehicle. Upon arrival, a sergeant detained one the suspects matching the description given near a vehicle with its window smashed. The subject detained was placed under arrest for auto burglary. Responding officers were unable to locate the other suspect. The arrestee was interviewed by on-call detective, and confessed to the auto burglary and also attempting to break into another vehicle.
A woman reported that her son was scratched on the face by two males who had tried to take his backpack from him in the passenger pickup area. The victim resisted the suspects and kept his property. The victim cannot identify the suspects. The mother and son declined to file a report.
A female patron was sitting on a bench at the #51 bus stop using an iPhone when a man who had been sitting next to the patron attempted to grab the phone from the patron's hand. The patron resisted giving up the phone, but the suspect struck the patron in the face and was able to take the phone. The suspect fled on foot with the loss and was not located. The suspect is described as a Black, male, juvenile, 16-17 years old, wearing a white hat, white jacket, blue jeans, white shoes. An area search was conducted and video was requested.
A victim called to report their vehicle was stolen from the small parking lot next to the bus zone (stall 1105), sometime between 2030 and 2230 hrs today. Stolen vehicle: 2004 Hyundai, XG350, 4D, silver. The stolen vehicle has an alarm and it was activated. There are no suspects at this time and no noticeable evidence at the scene.
The ISRC/police dispatch received a call from a local hospital at approximately 1631 hrs. today regarding a 24-year-old female sexual-assault victim who was at the hospital. The victim stated that a male suspect had entered the public restroom that she was using at the Fruitvale BART station late last night or early this morning. The suspect forced the victim to orally copulate him. The detective sergeant and a detective responded to investigate this case. (Suspect description: W-M or H-M, unknown age, “spikey” hair, wearing a green windbreaker-type jacket and blue jeans.) The A-plt. watch commander made the critical-incident notifications.
An officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle driving in the station bus. Upon a records check, the male driver had an outstanding arrest warrant ($20K) for a FTA on a speeding violation out of Marin County. The suspect was arrested and booked on the warrant, and cited for the original vehicle code violation. The suspect’s vehicle was parked and secured at the owner’s request.
CSO’s were assigned to "concealed surveillance" of the Derby St. parking lot for any suspicious activity/person(s). They observed and reported via radio a male suspect taking vehicle registration tabs from several parked vehicles in the lot. Officers responded to the parking lot immediately and the suspect fled on Fruitvale Ave. towards International Blvd. The suspect ran into a dry cleaning business at 1307 International Blvd. The officers entered the establishment and located the suspect, and detained him without incident. The CSO’s responded to the area where the suspect was being detained and positively identified him; and the suspect was arrested. A sergeant responded to the arrest. The suspect invoked his rights and refused to give a statement. A detective was contacted regarding the arrest. The suspect has prior theft convictions and is on probation. Officers learned the suspect has a CDCR parole officer and they were contacted; and asked that a "parole hold" be placed on the suspect. The suspect was booked for felony theft with priors and for a parole hold. Five vehicles in the Derby lot were the suspect was seen removing registration tabs, were missing registration tabs. The suspect was not in possession of any of those tabs when he was arrested. The victim vehicles were tech’d .
A patron/victim reported his bicycle was stolen from the station bicycle racks today between the hours of 0830-1646. The bike: Drk grn mountain bike, unk. Brand, Value $70. The bicycle was locked with a cable lock, which was also missing. There is no suspect(s) at this time.
A victim reported that his green 1995 Honda Civic was missing from the Fruitvale parking structure. He stated that he parked his car approximately 0800 hours on 3/8/12. When he returned approximately 1940 hours, the vehicle was missing. A request for review of video recordings was made. 1203-1187 L21.
A BART station agent reported a silver Honda CRV SUV parked on the third level of the parking structure in stall # 476 with its windows broken. An officer responded and located the victim vehicle which had a front passenger side window smash. The vehicle doors were still locked and the interior of the vehicle appeared to have been ransacked. The investigating officer was able to locate a long term parking permit inside the vehicle and an address for the registered owner. The owner told the officer that he parked and locked his vehicle on 2/28/12 at 0700 hours and would be returning on 3/9/12. The vehicle was photographed and processed for evidence. It is unknown if there is any loss.
A patron called to report that her 2006 Volkswagen Bug had been burglarized between the hours of 1745 on 3/7/12 and 0600 3/8/12 while parked on the third level of the parking structure. An unknown suspect(s) cut the canvass convertible top with an unknown object to gain entry into the vehicle. The victim also discovered a dent and paint chips on the passenger door of the vehicle. According to the victim, the only apparent loss was a hair brush. The vehicle was not processed for evidence because of victim contamination and it being a phone report.
A 2002 Honda Civic that was parked in the parking garage between 05:40 and 16:45 was entered via a window smash. The suspect removed the car's stereo, a backpack and a skateboard and fled with the loss in an unknown direction. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
An anonymous patron reported a verbal altercation between two males the platform. The RP stated one of the males had a knife and both parties boarded a S/B train. The suspect with the knife was described as: BM, 30’s, 5-05, 250 lbs, glasses, wht t-shrt, blu jeans. The other description: BM, beanie, red and wht jacket. Officers responded to the Coliseum station to meet the train and detained the suspect without incident. A witness was located and positively identified the suspect, but there was no victim to make a complaint. Officers located a small, folding pocket knife in the suspect’s possession. The suspect was cooperative and stated the other involved male was starting a fight with him, and threatened to harm him. The alleged suspect removed his pocket knife from his pocket and kept it in his hand. The other involved male then backed off. A sergeant responded to the call and it was determined the suspect’s possession of a knife in this incident was “self-defense.” The alleged suspect was identified and released. The identity of the other involved party is unknown.
A CSO patrolling the parking structure noticed a green 1995 Infinity 4-dr parked on the top level of the structure. The driver's window had been smashed. It appeared as though the stereo had been removed. The vehicle was photographed and processed for prints. A note was left for the owner with instructions to call dispatch when they return.
A patron parked his vehicle in parking space #528 on the third level of the parking structure at 05:30. The patron returned at 17:30 and did not notice that a small window on the side of the vehicle's truck cap had been smashed and tools removed from the back of the vehicle. The patron made a phone report from home and then returned to the station so the officer could process the vehicle for evidence. The victim vehicle was a 2006 Toyota pick-up truck.
Oakland Police Department called to advise our officers of an armed robbery (knife) that had just occurred in the area of our station. BART Officers in the area located a suspect matching the description given. The suspect was found to be in the possession of the stolen necklace and a knife and was later identified by the victim as one of the responsible parties. The suspect was then turned over to OPD.
A CSO monitoring the Derby Lot saw a male standing between two cars, tampering with the driver's door of one. The CSO watched as the suspect walked around the lot and appeared to tamper with other vehicles. Responding officers detained the suspect and recovered shaved keys in his possession. A check of the lot revealed no damaged vehicles. The adult male suspect, who is homeless, was arrested and transported to headquarters. He was interviewed and debriefed by the Detective Sergeant and then booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for possession of burglary tools and a probation violation.
Officers responded to a 911 call from a male victim stating a group of three males and one female threatened him with violence, and that one of the males pulled a knife and threatened him. The suspects accused the victim of being in a gang. The victim stated the suspects are from the “North Side” gang. The suspect’s were last seen outside of Lee’s Garden Restaurant in the station (village) plaza. Officers responded to the suspects’ location and detained them without incident. After interviewing all the involved parties separately, it was determined there was a mutual verbal altercation. The victim made a citizen’s arrest on the male suspect who reportedly brandished the knife, although no weapon was located in his possession when searched by officers. This suspect was released on citation. The other suspects were searched too with negative results. The other involved suspects were released to high school officials and their parents contacted.
A patron reported his blue 1996 Honda Acura was stolen while it was parked and locked in the Derby parking lot (stall #869) on 2/10/12 between 0915-1615 hours. The victim had not given anyone permission to drive the vehicle. 1202-1419 L12.
A witness reported seeing a male hitting a female. The witness stated he saw the couple, who were married, arguing on the train. During the arguement the male hit the female in the face with a closed fist numerous times. Two unidentified patrons pulled the husband off of his wife and held him down. When the train got to the Fruitvale Station all parties off-boarded. The witness/reporting party identified the victim and suspect. The victim admitted that her husband hit her but did not want any police involvement. She refused medical attention. Based on the witnesses and wifes statements the husband was booked at Glen Dyer Jail for Battery on a Spouse.