A victim reported his 2004 black GMC Denali was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #856 between 0800-1500 hours. The rear passenger window was smashed, and a $1,000 Sony DVD/CD player was taken from inside the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for fingerprints with negative results.
A victim reported his 1999 white GMC Sierra was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #417 between 0615-1600 hours. The passenger door of the vehicle was compromised, and a $300 Panasonic AM/FM stereo was taken from inside the vehicle. Prints were processed and lifted from the scene.
A victim reported his 1999 black Ford 150 truck was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #668 on the upper parking lot between 0615-1600 hours. The driver side cab window was smashed and an iPod Touch and a hands free microphone were taken from inside the vehicle. Prints were processed and lifted from the scene.
An anonymous patron reported a yellow Mazda Protege was parked in stall #788 and someone had burglarized the car. An unknown suspect smashed the passenger window and ransacked the interior of the vehicle. Loss was a Pioneer AM/FM/CD player, value $100.00. An officer processed the vehicle for evidence but with negative results.
A victim reported that they cable locked their bicycle to the bicycle racks, located in the south parking lot of the station, on 5/2/14, at 1830 hours. The victim returned on 5/5/14, at 1230 hours, to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $600.00. An officer took the report.
A victim reported the theft of his silver/blue Kona 9 speed mountain bike (no model or serial numbers) that was taken from the Lafayette Station. The victim parked his bike at 0830 hours on 4/22/14 and secured his bike to the bike racks (south of the station) using a cable and U-lock. When he returned at 200 hours, his bike was gone. The victim reported his loss as $900.00. An officer responded to complete a report. No evidence was left on scene.
A patron reported via phone that their red Trek 21-speed bike was stolen from the racks on the Mt. Diablo Blvd. side of the station, between 1015-1430 hours. The victim secured the bike with a broken cable lock.
An officer was detailed to check upon the welfare of an adult male who was reportedly refusing to off-board an out-of-service train and requesting medical attention due to being hungry. As the officer made contact with the subject, and while evaluating his welfare, the subject threatened to punch the officer. The officer then attempted to place the subject in handcuffs, but the subject physically resisted and a struggle ensued. BART and Lafayette officers responded to assist, and the subject was finally taken into custody. During the struggle, the subject sustained bruising to one of his eyebrows so paramedics responded to the station. Shortly thereafter, the subject was transported to the county hospital. While at the hospital, however, the subject was diagnosed as suffering from other medical conditions unrelated to his struggle with police and which would require extended medical care. Complaints for the listed charges will be sought against the subject at a later date. The officer was not injured during the struggle, and a sergeant responded to the scene to perform the use of force investigation.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a black 18 speed road bicycle, no serial number) to the bike racks on 2/21/14, at 0800 hours. The bicycle was secured with cable lock. The victim returned the same day at 1900 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $500.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a silver 2013 Trek 7.1 FX mountain bicycle) to the satellite parking lot bike racks on 2/21/14, at 1245 hours. The bicycle was secured with a cable lock. The victim returned that night at 1900 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $439.
Patrons reported that three male suspects were battering a male victim on the platform. The suspects boarded a Millbrae train, while the victim remained on the platform. Officers intercepted the train at Orinda Station and located three suspects who matched the description given by witnesses. A check of Lafayette Station by another officer revealed that the victim and witnesses had left the area. Record checks of one of the detainees at Orinda revealed that he had an outstanding, no-bail arrest warrant for DUI, held by the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department. Two of the suspects were released and the suspect with the warrant was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
A victim reported his black Chevrolet 2500 was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #1338 in the rear of the center lot between 0730-1630 hours. The passenger side window was forced open, and a stereo inside the vehicle was damaged. Prints of the vehicle were taken.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a possible auto burglary in progress at the Lafayette Station. It was reported by a citizen via CHP transfer that a White male subject (brown hair, baseball cap, and a maroon colored hoodie was trying to slide something into a vehicle in the upper lot. The officer arrived and ran a plate on a vehicle (a 1998 red 4d, Nissan Sentra, 4CMM291) as it was leaving the parking lot and discovered it was a reported stolen vehicle. The officer followed behind the vehicle for a short while before it went over a center median and attempted to flee. The zone sergeant had the officer terminate and CHP and surrounding agencies were advised. The officer was unable to locate any victim vehicles in the parking lot.
A victim reported via phone report that he parked and locked their 1196 Ford F150 in the upper parking lot on 11/30/13, at 1715 hours. He returned yesterday, at 1200 hours to find that someone had broken into the toolbox attached to his truck and took miscellaneous tools.
An officer was detailed to the station regarding an adult male exposing himself, swearing at no one in particular, and possibly under the influence of an unknown substance. On the officer’s arrival, the subject was detained without incident and determined to be too intoxicated to care for his own safety. Subsequently, the subject was placed under arrest for public intoxication and booked at the Contra Costa County jail, Martinez.
A patron reported seeing multiple vehicles in the parking lot with their windows smashed out. An officer responded and located the victim vehicles along with three of the victim vehicle’s owners. The first vehicle (a 2010 dark gray Ford Escape, stall 963) had its right rear wing window smashed. The owner of this vehicle reported that her Louis Vuitton wallets and Iphone 5 were missing. The second vehicle (a dark green 2008 Jeep Wrangler) had its left rear passenger window smashed. The owner of this vehicle reported via phone that his 2013 Lenovo company laptop (no serial number at this time) and case were removed. The third vehicle (a 2013 dark gray Toyota Highlander) had its rear passenger window smashed. The owner of this vehicle reported that there was no loss. The fourth vehicle (a gray 2013 Dodge Dart) had its rear passenger window smashed. The owner of this vehicle reported that her blue Coach purse and wallet containing cash and house keys were missing. The investigating officer requested the Dublin Police Department to conduct a courtesy check of this victim’s residence. The officer determined that the time frame of these incidents occurred on today’s date sometime between 0839 (time of last security check) and 0930 hours (time of call). The victims reportedly parked their vehicles at the station because of a Marathon event that was going on in the city of Lafayette. None of the victims wanted their vehicles processed for evidence. 1310-3997 (A,B, and C) L21