An additional suspect was arrested for auto burglary from this case near a homeless encampment by the station. A search incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of narcotics and drug paraphernalia from the male suspect's person. The suspect was booked at the Glen Dyer jail. Detective notification made.
A BART officer made consensual contacted with a female walking down the staircase of the Fruitvale Structure. She advised the officer she had been smoking marijuana. The officer asked permission to search her person and belongings and she agreed. The officer discovered a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, and burglary tools in her possession. The officer also discovered she was in possession of another person’s property. At this time, another officer was flagged down by a victim of an auto burglary at the station. The officer broadcasted the loss regarding the burglary. The first officer recognized the property in the females possession as similar to the loss broadcasted. The victim of the burglary identified the property in the females possession as the loss from her vehicle. The female suspect was debriefed by a sergeant regarding criminal activity occurring in the District. The female suspect was transported and booked at Glen Dyer Jail for possession of stolen property, possession of a controlled substance, burglary tools, and drug paraphernalia.
An Officer was patrolling the Derby lot when he noticed a subject underneath a truck. The truck was parked close to the entrance off of Derby Street. It should be noted there were two reported cases of catalytic converter thefts from this lot, yesterday. The Officer contacted the subject and a Detective responded to interview him. There was no evidence that a crime had occurred. The subject was released after the interview.
An Officer was flagged down by a patron in the Derby lot located on Derby and E. 12th streets. The patron advised the Catalytic Converter was stolen from his 2002 Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck. The vehicle was parked in stall 994 in the west part of the lot with a time frame of 0830-1945 hours.
An Officer was flagged down by a patron in the Derby lot located on Derby and E. 12th streets. The patron advised the Catalytic Converter was stolen from his Toyota Tacoma pick-up truck. The vehicle was parked in the lot from 0830-1725 hours.
A 37-year-old man was standing in the middle of the north-bound trackway. He was not moving or talking. A nurse on scene advised that she believed he was schizophrenic. Officers calmly talked to the man from the platform. Another officer got down onto the trackway, slowly approached the subject, and spoke to him quietly. Together, the officers succeeded in removing the man from the trackway. The man was determined to be in need of a psychological evaluation. He was transported by ambulance to the John George Psychiatric Pavillion. Train service was delayed for 10 minutes.
An officer patrolling the bus zone noticed an adult male rolling what appeared to be a marijuana cigarette. The officer made contact and during the search for more marijuana, the officer located individually wrapped cocaine rocks in the suspect's pocket. The suspect was interviewed before being booked at Glen Dyer Jail for possession of narcotics for sales.
A patron parked his vehicle on the third level of the parking structure. When he returned, he found a suspect in the passenger side of his vehicle with the door open. The suspect had the victim's car stereo in his possession. The victim grabbed the suspect and the suspect handed the stereo to the victim and fled north down the stairwell towards Fruitvale Avenue. The suspect was described as a white male, 6'2", thin build, 25-30 years old, blonde hair, scruffy beard, green jacket, blue jean shorts, carrying a backpack. An area search for the suspect came up negative. Evidence was recovered from the scene.
An officer was on foot patrol in the parking structure and when he reached the top level of the structure, he heard a sharp banging sound. Upon further inspection of the sound, the officer located a female Suspect #1 in a Honda Civic, who was repeatedly stabbing the car ignition with a screw driver. Suspecting a crime was afoot, the officer detained the female until additional officers arrived on scene to assist. A second female was located on the top level of the structure, near the stairwell and appeared to be a lookout/accomplice. Both suspects were arrested for attempted auto theft and conspiracy, and were interviewed. Record checks were conducted on both suspects and Suspect #1 had two outstanding felony warrants for theft and drugs. Suspect #1 is to be booked for the attempted auto theft, auto burglary, burglary tools and the outstanding warrants. Suspect #2 was interviewed and released due to lack of evidence.
A 58-year-old woman reported that a man had pulled an e-reader out of her hands aboard a San Francisco train at approximately 1300 hrs. today. The suspect escaped with the property when the train doors opened. (suspect description: B-M, unknown age, 5-10, medium build, gray and black checkered shirt, brown pants)
05/04/11-2015 hours. A BART Officer was contacted by a male subject who stated he lost his BART ticket. The subject stated he was not going to pay his fare, and he ran through the emergency gate toward East 12th street. The BART Officer gave chase and contacted two Oakland Police Officers who were in the area. The BART Officer and the Oakland officers located Miranda inside Lee’s Garden Restaurant. The subject was taken into custody and transported to Glen Dyer Jail. Inside the jail deputies found the subject to be in possession of an unauthorized controlled Substance.
A BART Officer was contacted by a female victim. The victim stated she was at the 47 bus stop at the Fruitvale BART station when approach from behind by a (S) black male. The victim stated the subject grabbed her by her throat and attempted to grab her purse and Macy’s shopping bag. The victim was able to stand up and resist the subject who scratched her neck. The subject then fled the area toward East 12th. The area was checked for the subject with negative results.
A Sergeant and an Officer responded to the bus zone on a report of a battery. The report came via an anonymous patron. The suspect was described as a black male, 20-30 years old with a beard, mohawk haircut, wearing a black coat, jeans, and tennis shoes. The Sergeant and Officer detained a suspect matching the description. The victim however, had already left the scene. The detained subject was determined to be drunk in public and was booked into the Glen Dyer Jail.
While working a detail at the station, a Tactical Team Sergeant attempted to detain a suspect for fare evasion. The suspect fled and was subsequently taken into custody by other Tactical Team Officers at the Fruitvale Village. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for Fare Evasion and Resisting arrest.
A female had her purse snatched by a male suspect while standing near the ticket vendors. The suspect was described as a black male, about 20 years old, wearing a red & black checked hooded sweatshirt and black pants. The suspect fled with the purse toward San Leandro Street. Responding officers searched the area but were not able to locate the suspect.
A subject called BART PD Dispatch to request medical attention for being dizzy, a hurt finger and hurt feet. When the responding officers contacted the subject, they discovered the subject had a 'no bail' felony CDCR warrant. The subject was placed under arrest and the warrant was confirmed. The subject will be booked after being medically cleared at the hospital for his pre-existing medical issues.
A 31-year-old woman was arrested for slapping and choking the father of her child in the bus zone. The 27-year-old victim declined medical treatment. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail for inflicting corporal injury upon the father of her child and for cocaine possession.
An officer patrolling the lot saw a suspect attempting to burglarize a vehicle. The suspect ran from the area, going north on the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. He was able to elude capture by running into the nearby neighborhood. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, 30's, 5'6", wearing a brown jacket with yellow stripes.
An officer patrolling the parking structure saw an adult male suspect exiting a parked vehicle through a broken window with a car stereo in his hand. The suspect ran from the officer and was taken into custody a short distance away. The suspect was also found to have a California Department of Corrections warrant for his arrest. He was booked at Glen Dyer Jail for the burglary charge as well as his warrant.
An adult male called to report that he was involved in a dispute with his neighbor, who was threatening him with a pit bull. Their dispute started at their residences a few blocks from the station and ended up at the Fruitvale Station. Oakland PD was unable to respond, so BART officers made contact with both parties at the station. The reporting party was found to have a no bail warrant out of San Francisco. Both parties were reprimanded for the disturbance and the subject with the warrant was booked at Glen Dyer Jail.
A male suspect detained for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant issued by Alameda County for being a felon in possession of a firearm. The male was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail for his warrant.
A male suspect was observed attempting to sell BART tickets to patrons near the ticket vendors. The suspect matched the description of a person who was in possession of altered BART tickets earlier today at Coliseum Station. Officers detained the male and determined he was knowingly in possession of altered BART tickets. The male was willing to provide information about the person who is manufacturing the altered tickets, so detectives were called out to interview the suspect. The male was later issued a citation for misdemeanor possession of altered tickets and released. The investigation is ongoing.
A 19-year-old man forcibly tried to take a 20-year-old woman's purse on a city street near the BART station. A cell phone fell out of the victim's pocket while she struggled to retain the purse. The suspect then took the cell phone. A BART police officer, who had spoken to the suspect earlier at the BART station, detained the suspect three blocks away. BART police handled the case due to Oakland police having an extended response time. The suspect was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for robbery after being interviewed by a BART police detective.
A female victim standing at the ticket vendors had a coin purse containing $100 snatched from her hand by a male suspect. The suspect then shoved the victim to the ground and fled toward the parking structure. The suspect was described as a black male, wearing a dark beanie, black jacket, dark pants and carrying a white cup. Prior the robbery the male had been using the cup to solicit change from people in the area. A male matching the suspect description was located by responding officers at a bus stop at E. 12th and Fruitvale Avenue. The victim made a positive identification of the suspect and he was detained for the crime. Follow-up investigation using video footage obtained from the station cameras later showed that the male detained for the crime was not the person who committed the robbery. The male was released without further delay and was transported home. The investigation is ongoing.
A sergeant and an officer responded to a report of an in-progress auto burglary in a parking lot off of 37th Ave. that was formerly maintained by BART. A 32-year-old man, who was discovered within the vehicle, was arrested for auto burglary. The suspect was interviewed by a detective before being booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.