A male and female reported that they were attacked by three suspects in the parking lot. The suspects were described as Hispanic males, aged 30-40. The suspects fled from the station and were not located by responding BART and Hayward PD officers. The male victim suffered major, but not life-threatening, stab wounds, and was transported to the hospital for surgery. The female victim was treated for facial injuries and was released from the hospital. TSOC notified.
At 2120 hours, BART Police, Fire and medical personnel responded to the Hayward station regarding an unresponsive adult male. A short time later, medical personnel declared the male deceased. No foul play is suspected at this time. Notifications were made and The Alameda County Coroner responded and took custody of the deceased.
A male subject threatened to cause physical harm to the on-duty station agent at the Hayward Station. The male subject was placed under arrest for making criminal threats. It was determined that the male subject was in need of a mental health evaluation. The male subject was placed on a psychiatric detention, with a police hold, and transferred to a local hospital. The male subject will be issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the County Jail upon his release.
Two victims reported being robbed of their wallets and cell phones, about 20 minutes earlier. The suspects were described as three black males, wearing dark clothing, and with their faces covered. One suspect was armed with a handgun. The suspects fled toward downtown Hayward and were not located by responding officers.
Mark Stewart (49 years old, Richmond) was detained for fare evasion at the Hayward Station. Stewart provided a false name and then resisted the officer as he attempted to take him into custody. Stewart was taken into custody after a brief struggle. Stewart was arrested for battery on a peace officer, resisting arrest and a probation violation. Stewart was issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
BART and Hayward Police officers got into a physical altercation with a male suspect who had battered his girlfriend while in the bus zone. The suspect was taken into custody after being tased. The suspect (22, Hayward) was taken to St. Rose Hospital in Hayward prior to being booked at Santa Rita for battery on officer and domestic battery.
A victim reported a burglary of their 1998 Honda Accord while it was parked in the parking structure at the Hayward Station. The burglary occurred on 9/25/17 between 0830 hours and 2020 hours. Entry was made via a driver's window smash. There was no loss.
An officer conducted a welfare check on a person at the station and discovered that the person was wanted on a felony, no-bail warrant for burglary. The suspect (James Reed, 56 years old, transient) was arrested and booked for the warrant.
Officer detained a male (Armando Valencia, 35 years old) for fare evasion. A warrants check revealed that Valencia had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. Valencia was transported to Santa Rita County Jail and booked on the warrant.
A victim reported the theft of his laptop which was taken from his grasp by two suspects at the Hayward Station. The suspects (Black males, 16-19 years old) fled the scene on foot.
An officer stopped a male (William Gunnari, 37 years, Hayward) for fare evasion at the Hayward Station. During the detention, Gunnari proved he was too intoxicated to care for himself and was placed under arrest for public intoxication. Gunnari was booked at Santa Rita Jail and was cited for fare evasion.
A female victim called to report that she was at the Hayward Station with a male who is required to stay away from her per the conditions of a court order. Officers responded and arrested the suspect (Ramon Seuell, Hayward) for violating the court order. Seuell was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
A witness called to report that a male suspect (Ritchie Allen, 23 years old, Martinez) grabbed a female victim and threw her against a wall at the Hayward Station. The witness said the victim was crying and in distress. Officers responded and learned the victim and suspect are involved in a dating relationship. The suspect was arrested for domestic battery. The victim did not wish to press charges and refused an emergency protective order. The suspect was issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Hayward Jail.
A victim reported their 2015 Toyota Tacoma truck was burglarized while parked at the Hayward Station, between 0755-1900 hours. The front passenger window was forced down by the suspect to enter the truck. The center console and glove box was damaged.
A victim reported he was robbed at the Hayward Station around noon. The victim was crossing a parking lot when the suspect approached him and demanded that he empty his pockets. Loss was $50.00. The suspect was described as a Black male, 20's, 6'0 and skinny. No weapons were displayed. 1708 -2616 L22