1201-3517, 1915 hours Victim advised local security, who contacted our dispatch center, of a robbery suspect in the area of the Fruitvale BART station. a BART officer responded and spoke with the victim. She reported having been choked and having her phone stolen two nights earlier in the area of 44th Ave and International Blvd. She spotted the suspect this evening near 35th Ave and International Blvd. The officer believed he saw a male matching the suspect’s description just moments earlier. He returned to that area and detained suspect, Carlos RAULS. Another officer brought the victim to the area. She positively identified the male who robber her. Oakland Police, who had taken the original robbery case, responded and took over the investigation.
An unknown suspect entered a parked vehicle using a shaved key and attempted to start the car, but the key broke off in the ignition. The suspect damaged the steering column but did not take any property from the car.
A patron reported their 1996 Toyota Camry had been burglarized while parked in the Derby lot between 0750-1745 hours. The suspect smashed the passenger window and removed the car stereo and an empty backpack.
A patron reported their 2002 Honda Civic had been burglarized while parked in the Derby lot between 0815-1730. The suspect smashed the right front window to enter and ransacked the interior, but did not take any property.
A patron reported their 1996 Mitsubishi Montero had been burglarized while parked in the Derby lot between 0815-1545 hours. The suspect smashed the right rear wing window and took the car stereo, a tool kit and spare change.
A victim reported her red, 1996 Honda Civic 2D was stolen while parked at the station. The victim stated she parked at 0900 hrs today in the reserve lot next to the parking structure; and returned at 1330 hrs to discover the vehicle gone. No one had permission to take the vehicle and there are no suspects at this time.
A victim reported the theft of his vehicle from the Fruitvale Station. The victim said he parked and locked his green 1996 Honda Civic vehicle on the 3rd floor of the parking structure on this date at approximately 0530 hours. A search of the immediate area proved negative. 1201-1851 L12.
Suspect was sleeping in front of the Fruitvale Station. An officer checked on his welfare. The suspect provided his name and date-of-birth. A warrant check produced two outstanding No Bail warrants. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita jail. 1201-1762, 0308 hours
A victim phoned Dispatch to report that he had been robbed approximately 10 hours earlier (0430 hrs) while at the station bus zone. There were reportedly three suspects: Two to his rear and the one who approached him. The suspect who approached him was described as a BM, 30’s, 6’0, wearing a dark parka with a hoodie. No weapons were seen. Loss was $1 and a bag containing eye drops. There is no more information on this case at this time.
An adult male victim was waiting at the #21 bus stop, at about 2145 hours at the station when a suspect walked up to him and asked for a swig of the brandy the victim was drinking. The two started drinking and then the suspect asked the victim for a dollar. The victim opened his wallet to give him a dollar and the suspect grabbed more money. The victim tried to get his money back and suspect punched him twice in the face. The victim went home to Alameda and then decided to go back to the station and report the crime. He phoned BART Police as he was making his way back to the station. The suspect was described as an adult mixed race male, 33 years, tall and large build, long hair and has an overbite. The suspect also had a tattoo that read, “KUMI 45” between his shoulder blades, and numerous tattoos on his right hand. The victim said the suspect claimed to be a “Norteno” gang member and he would be able to identify the suspect if seen again.
A Community Service Officer on routine patrol observed two male suspects casing cars parked in the Derby lot. One suspect made entry into a vehicle. Officers detained both suspects at the scene. One suspect had multiple outstanding warrants. A search incident to arrest for the warrants revealed stolen property taken from the victim vehicle as well as burglary tools. The investigation determined the second male was not involved in the crime and he was released. The suspect was booked for his warrants, possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A station agent reported that a male suspect had threatened to “shoot” and “kill” him. This happened after the station agent reprimanded the suspect for fare evasion and denied the suspect’s request for a free ride. The suspect left the station aboard a train. (suspect description: B-M, 30-35, 5-5, 175, slim, short hair, light complexion, white-hooded jacket with a white-and-black checkered design on it)
An officer contacted a male suspect for lodging near the station parking structure. Upon a records check, the suspect had an arrest warrant ($10k) out of BART PD for indecent exposure. The suspect was arrested and booked on the warrant.
The on-duty Station Agent contacted a male suspect who was panhandling near the ticket vendors and asked him to leave the area. The male became irate and spat in the agent's face. He then fled on f0ot and boarded a bus. Based on the agent's detailed description, an officer at the station observed the suspect on the bus as it left the station. Officers conducted a traffic stop a short distance away and detained the male suspect. The agent made a positive in-field identification and a citizen's arrest for battery. Record checks revealed the male was on probation for burglary. A search incident to arrest yielded a small amount of contraband on the male's person. He was subsequently booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for battery on a transit employee, probation violation and possession of contraband. The agent was not injured.
An officer was conducting a welfare check on a possibly intoxicated suspect. The man resisted being detained, ran into traffic on 35th Ave., and fought with the officer. The officer chased the suspect further and took him into custody with the assistance of Oakland police. The officer scraped his left knee. The suspect was interviewed by a sergeant, transported to Glenn Dyer Jail, and booked for battery on a peace officer and public intoxication.
An officer responded to the station for a report of a woman selling BART tickets. Upon arrival, the officer contacted the woman and discovered several altered BART tickets in her possession. After giving a false name to the officer, the woman's real name came back to a felony no-bail arrest warrant out of San Francisco for narcotics. The woman was placed under arrest for the warrant, ticket altering, and providing false identification to a peace officer. Detectives notified. 1112-1565 L12.
Two Community Service Officers (CSOs) reported that two male juveniles had tampered with one vehicle and burglarized another in the parking lot. Officers responded and contacted the suspects at Arise High School, near Fruitvale Village. The suspects were positively identified by the CSOs, then taken into custody. The younger suspect was found to be in possession of a loaded pistol, and shaved car keys. Detectives interviewed the suspects. The younger suspect was booked into juvenile hall for burglary, being a juvenile in possession of a concealed firearm, for being a juvenile in possession of ammunition, for being in possession of a firearm on school property, and for possession of burglary tools. The older suspect, who was determined to have stood by as a look out, was released to his mother with a citation for burglary.
An unknown witness called to report a Robbery in progress at the station. The witness described two black male suspects, one robbing a Hispanic male victim at gunpoint and possibly boarding a San Francisco bound train. BART Officers checked the train at Powell Street Station and asked two subjects that matched the suspects’ description to off-board the train. When the suspects off-boarded they each went in different directions. One officer detained one of the suspects and the other officer chased after the other suspect. The suspect tossed a black handgun before he was apprehended on the platform. Both suspects were determined to have warrants from the Dept. of Corrections, one for robbery and one for burglary. The original R/P for this report was not located and the victim never reported the crime. The officers were unable to substantiate a robbery charge but one of the suspects had suspected cocaine in his possession, as well as what turned out to be a replica handgun. Both suspects were arrested for their warrants and one of the suspects was further charged for drugs and a replica handgun. Detectives were called out to interview the suspects. Both of the suspects were booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
A woman reported that her purse had been snatched from her on the top floor of the parking garage. A male suspect pulled the purse out of the victim’s hands. The suspect then got into the back seat of a dark-colored, older model (1980’s) compact car that had two male occupants. The vehicle left the scene in an unknown direction and could not be located. (suspect description: B-M, 18-20 years, 5-3, 150, short hair, medium complexion, dark-colored jacket and pants)
A BART Community Service Officer (CSO) on-viewed two male juvenile suspects casing vehicles and trying vehicle door handles in the Derby St. parking lot. A patrol sergeant was nearby and detained the two suspects based on the CSO's observations. After searching the area where the suspects were observed in the parking lot, it does not appear entry was made into any vehicle. Upon records checks, one of the suspects had an outstanding arrest warrant (no bail) for juvenile delinquency and was subsequently booked. The second suspect was released to a parent.
The station agent reported that 4 Hispanic males in their 20’s were speaking with two black males at the station near the newspaper racks. One of the Hispanic males pointed what looked like a gun at one of the black males. The agent yelled to the subjects that he was going to call the police. After he walked to the booth and reported the incident all of the people had left, including the two black males. BART Officers responded to the station and checked the area but could not locate anyone.
The station agent called to report a suspicious vehicle parked in the agent's parking stall with a female sleeping inside. The vehicle left the area prior to the arrival of officers. The agent was advised to call back if the vehicle returned. A short time later, the vehicle returned with two occupants and the agent called in to advise. The agent was able to obtain the license plate and as officers arrived, dispatch discovered that the vehicle was reported as stolen. An adult male passenger was detained in the vehicle and the female driver, who had walked away prior to the officer's arrival, was detained as she returned to the vehicle. Detectives responded to interview both parties and the investigation. The male passenger was identified and released and the female was transported via ambulance to Highland Hospital for existing medical issues. A criminal complaint for possession of a stolen vehicle will be sought by Detectives against the female.
Two officers were in the station when the station agent flagged them down to report a battery. The agent was with an 8 year old girl, who was crying. The agent also pointed out an adult female nearby as the suspect who had pushed and slapped the child. The officers spoke to all parties and determined that the adult female was the mother of the girl. The mother became upset with the child, pushed her through the fare gate and then slapped her across the face with a significant amount of force, enough to cause a visible injury. The station agent placed the mother under citizen's arrest and the mother was booked into the Glen Dyer Jail for willful injury to a child. The child was turned over to her grandmother. Detectives and child protective services were notified of the case.
A patron was waiting in the bus zone when a suspect tried to grab her purse from her shoulder. A struggle ensued and the victim was able to maintain possession of her purse. The suspect fled away from the station. The suspect was described as a black male, short, dark hooded jacket. Victim stated she cannot ID the suspect. The victim sustained minor scrapes from the incident and refused medical. A Sergeant conducted an area search with negative results. Video was requested.