The train operator of a Richmond-bound train reported a subject exposing himself. The train was intercepted at Hayward Station where the suspect was arrested and booked on said offense.
A woman had her wallet snatched from her by a suspect described as an adult male with a husky build. The suspect fled east on foot. Loss was $120.00.
An officer was patrolling Hayward station and checked on a parked car with multiple occupants. The officer saw the driver holding up a large plastic bag of suspected marijuana. The driver was taken into custody and booked at Hayward City Jail.
A patron reported that while he was in the station, his briefcase was stolen by two suspects described as being in their late teens to early 20's. The suspects fled the area prior to the arrival of responding officers.
A parolee involved in a public disturbance in which threats were exchanged, was arrested and booked on a warrant charging violation of parole.
A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of an adult male for warrants charging violation of parole and probation in addition to violating a restraining order to prevent domestic violence.
Officers responded to a call from St. Rose Hospital of a battery victim being treated there. The investigation revealed that a female citizen was assaulted earlier in the day at Hayward Station. Case currently under investigation.
Trains and the station were searched unsuccessfully for a suspect who robbed a bank in the city of Hayward. The suspect claimed to be armed with both a firearm and explosives.
A patron boarded a Fremont bound train at Fruitvale Station, and began playing with his Sony game. At Hayward Station, a suspect suddenly sprayed the victim with an unknown substance and attempted to take the game, but the victim held onto it. The suspect ran from the train at Hayward Station and the victim rode the train to Fremont, then reported the crime. GOA/UTL.
An observant patrol officer noticed a suspicious vehicle driving adjacent to the station. The window was open in heavy rain, and the driver was trying to conceal his face from her. Upon checking the license plate, it was discovered to be a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was stopped and the lone occupant arrested and booked on stolen vehicle charges.
As a patron walked by a group of young men loitering in the station, one of them threw a hard plastic floor-sign/cone striking the victim in the back of the head. The victim was knocked to the ground, but not seriously injured. Officers located the suspect and released him with a citation.
A lone adult female victim was robbed of her purse while on the second floor of the parking structure. The adult male suspect struck the female several times until the victim let go of her purse. The suspect fled in a newer model, 2 door burgundy vehicle.
An elderly female patron was robbed in the parking structure by a subject who stated he had a gun. A weapon was not seen. Suspect grabbed her purse and fled in a vehicle. No injuries. Suspect was not located.
A 22 year-old male was arrested and booked on a charge of attempted robbery after he threatened a food vendor with a bottle and made off with a beverage.
A citizen was robbed at gunpoint of $20 by an adult male in his early 20's with gold teeth. The suspect fled the station area on foot.
A citizen was the victim of a strong-arm robbery that occurred on the 2nd level of the parking structure. Loss was a shoulder bag containing credit cards and cash. The suspect, described as a male in his 30's fled the area on foot and was not located.
An adult male was held for psychiatric observation after he informed the station agent that he was feeling suicidal.
A 37 year-old female made comments about "blowing up BART" and being followed by people with explosives. She was transported to John George Psychiatric Pavilion for evaluation.
Subject was contacted for a welfare check. Subject became combative and had to be restrained. Subject was booked at Santa Rita Jail.