Train Central reported that unknown suspects had entered the Glenn Park Station and had vandalized the station with graffiti. Officers arrived on scene and discovered a section of fence had been cut near the station on track way #2. It appears the vandals concentrated on the south end of the station and worked their way north along platform #1 and #2. Damaged consisted of multicolored spray paint applied to the elevator doors, rail coverings, running rails and walls. The exact time frame of occurrence and estimated damage amount is unknown at this time. The OCC, EOC, and TSOC were notified. Photos were taken of the damage and were entered into evidence. Video of the station was requested.
A patron reported that her station wagon was broken into while parked in the lot between 0900-1055 hours. The rear passenger's side window was smashed and a gym bag was taken. The bag contained only gym clothes. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
Citizens reported to the station agent that a male suspect was possibly casing cars in the lot. Officers responded and located two apparent victim vehicles. The unknown suspect smashed the left rear window of a white 2006 Nissan Altima to gain entry and stole an empty backpack from the interior. The second vehicle, a green Plymouth Grand Caravan, also had a smashed left rear window. The owner of the van has not come forward to report any loss.
A patron reported the theft of his silver 6-speed Raleigh USA bike. The bike was secured to the racks with a cable lock on 9/03 at 0630 hours and when the victim returned at 2100 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
A patron reported the theft of his white and blue Bra-specialized 21-speed men's mountain bike from the bike racks. The bike was locked with a cable lock on 8/23 at 0830 hours. When the victim returned the same day at 1800 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
A victim reported a man grabbed a black iPhone 5 from his hand and fled from the station. The suspect was described as a Black male in his 20s, 6’0”-6’3”, short hair, wearing a dark cap and a dark jacket. A BART employee saw a possible suspect exit the area in a taxi cab, and was later dropped off at the 24th Street Station. Officers responded to the station and detained a suspect matching the description given. However, the victim could not positively identify the subject, had lost contact with the BART employee, and no cell phone was found on the subject’s person. The subject was subsequently released.
A victim reported her iPhone 5 was snatched from her hands as she sat aboard a Dublin/Pleasanton bound train at the Glen Park station. The suspect snatched the phone as the train’s doors closed. San Francisco police officers arrived on scene first and attempted to track the phone, but were unsuccessful. Taken along with the phone were: A California identification card, bank card and a Clipper card. The suspect was described as a Black male; late teen to early 20s; standing 5’9” tall; slender to medium build; and wearing a dark colored hoodie and black jeans. The victim was not injured during the theft. The investigating officer requested train/station video.
A victim reported that she locked her bicycle (a red Bra-Univega Alpina brand, unknown serial number) in the free area bicycle racks on 6/09/13 at around 0730 hours and returned on 6/10/13 at around 0710 hours to find it gone. The victim stated she used a cable-lock to secure her bicycle. The bicycle’s estimated value is $100.
A person was reported being under a Richmond bound train at the Glen Park Station. Officers, medical personnel, ID technicians, and detectives responded to the scene. Power was dropped on the northbound side, but trains were running single track in both directions on the southbound side with no bus bridge in operation. Witnesses confirmed the victim voluntarily jumped onto the track way and waited for the incident train to strike him as it entered the station. A records check via dispatch revealed victim had no criminal history in California and no prior BART Police contacts. At 1808 hours, the station was re-opened and full service restored. TSOC notified.
A station agent was struck in the face as he was following two fare evaders out of the station. The agent suffered swelling his left eye and cheek, and was transported to St. Luke’s Hospital. An area search for the suspects proved negative. Video hotline was notified.
Witnesses reported a man standing on the yellow strip apparently fainted and fell as a train was departing platform 1. The patron fell and hit his head on the grab bar as a train was departing, and it was unsure if patron was knocked unconscious or was already unconscious as he was falling. Witnesses said the patron was drinking, as the supervisor on scene had a bottle of vodka the person was drinking from. The patron regained consciousness with no serious visible injuries, and medical personnel transported him to San Francisco General Hospital. There was no train delay.
An off-duty Alameda County Deputy Sheriff was riding a Daly City bound train approaching Glen Park Station when he heard a commotion. An unknown adult female was chasing a black male adult off the train while yelling that the male had taken her cell-phone. The deputy took part in the chase and the victim and deputy were able to catch the suspect, (William Green, BM, 080890) near on the concourse level of the station. Green gave the phone back to the victim and the victim left the area. BART Officers arrived on scene and took custody of Green. Green was interviewed and admitted taking the phone from the victim. Officers determined Green was on probation for grand theft on a prior BART case. Officers went to Green’s reported residence in San Leandro to conduct a probation search which was determined to be the residence of Green’s ex-girlfriend. The on-call detective was notified. Green was booked at the San Francisco Hall of Justice for grand theft and violation of probation. 1212- 3755 L21
A patron reported the theft of her unknown brand bicycle from the bike racks. The bike had been locked with a U-lock. The U-lock was still locked to the racks when she returned, so the frame of the bike may have been cut to remove the bike. The station agent remembered a WM, 20-30 years, in a grey sweater possibly riding away on a similar bike about 90 minutes before the victim arrived to make the report.
The victim called to report the theft of his blue and gold men's Fuji 10 speed road bike. The victim secured his bike with a kryptonite lock between the hours of 2200 on 10/24/12 and 1610 hours, today. The victim could not provide a serial number for his bike.
An adult male victim parked his blue men's Iron Horse "Excelsior," 21 speed mountain bike at the Glenn Park Station at 0745 hours. He secured his bike to the bike racks using a U-Lock and a chain with a master-lock (Value $30.00). The male returned at 1700 hours and discovered that his bike was missing. An officer is investigating this case and video of the station has been requested.
Victim reported their black and white Scott CR-1 men’s road bicycle, valued at $900, stolen from the bike rack between 0745 and 2123 hours. Also taken were a $20 U-lock and a $14 cable lock, both used to lock the bicycle.
A victim reported her $700.00 iPhone 5 was snatched from her hand while on the Millbrae bound train, and the suspect ran off the train at the station in an unknown direction. No injuries were reported.
The station agent reported that a male had brandished a knife and threatened him after a fare dispute. The suspect went down to the platform. Officers arrived and detained the suspect. The agent identified him as the responsible. The male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for Brandishing a Weapon and making threats. The knife was recovered from suspect's pocket and was entered into evidence.
A female patron reported that she was on the escalator coming up from the platform when she felt someone reaching into her bag. She looked in her bag and noticed that her iPhone was missing. She confronted the only person behind her and he took off running up the escalator and out of the station. She described the suspect as a BM, 14-20 years old, 5'7", slender, short hair, clean cut, wearing a black zip-up jacket and dark jeans. The phone was able to be tracked to the area of Eddy St/Hyde St. Officers responded and checked the area, but they were not able to locate anyone matching the description. After a short period of time, the phone could no longer be tracked, as it may have been turned off. There is no video available in the area of the theft (escalator/concourse).
The victim and her boyfriend were standing on platform #2 around 0000 hrs this morning, when the suspect, described as a BF, 28 yrs, 5'-06", 165 lbs, bro hair, bro eyes, wearing a blk/whi t-sht with horizontal stripes, asked to use her whi iPhone 4. The victim gave the suspect her phone and the suspect ran up the escalator. The victim gave chase, but was blocked by two black females, one with a baby in a stroller, who were also on the up escalator. The victim's boyfriend ran after the suspect, but was unable to catch up to her. The suspect was seen getting into a 06' Toyt Highlander, gry. The two BF's who were on the escalator, later began spitting on the victim because they were mad that the victim tried to knock the baby over as she chased the suspect. The victim believes these two BF's, one described as 23 yrs, 5'-04", 115 lbs., bro hair, bro eyes and hair in a ponytail, wearing a drk bro jkt and the other as 20 yrs, 5'-05", 135 lbs., bro hair, bro eyes wearing a khaki jkt, hair in a ponytail, were possibly accomplices of the first suspect. The victim was not injured and did not make the report right away because she did not want to miss the last train of the evening. The victim called to report the incident later in the morning.
The operator of the Richmond bound train reported possibly striking a man who was on the M2 track as the train entered the station. Responding fire personnel searched under the train and located an adult male with severe head injuries. The man was transported to SF General Hospital for treatment. The man later succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. The man had no identification on his person. A tentative identification has been made, pending confirmation by the SF Coroner's office. The investigation is ongoing, but there is no indication of foul play in this incident.
A patron had their iPad snatched from their hand by a suspect who fled from the station on foot. The suspect was described as a light complected black male in his 20's, about 6' tall, with a short afro, wearing a black windbreaker and blue jeans. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.