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
A patron reported that their tan 2013 Honda Accord was burglarized while parked in stall #1257, between 0730-1745 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the front passenger window to gain entry and stole 50 cents and a key to another vehicle from the center console.
A patron reported that their silver 2000 Ford Expedition was burglarized while parked in stall #1057, between 0730-1725 hours. An unknown suspect gained entry by prying the driver's door lock. The suspect stole $5 in loose change and the vehicle's registration.
A patron reported that two bikes were stolen from the racks in the rear lot, between 1700 hours on 9/19/13 to 1900 hours on 9/21/13. The bikes were a 24-speed Trek hybrid and a 21-speed Performance. The bikes were locked together by a cable lock.
A victim reported that he parked his blue/white Kona 21 speed mountain bike (unknown serial numbers) at the bike racks at 10:00 hours on 9/10/13. He secured his bike to the rack using a cable lock. When he returned at 16:05 hours he discovered his bike and cable lock was missing. The victim estimated his loss at $750.00. An officer completed a report.
A BART Officer checked on the welfare of a citizen. The officer discovered that the citizen had a $60,000.00 warrant for petty theft out of San Francisco. A Sgt approved the arrest. The suspect was booked at the Contra Costa County Jail without incident.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a subject who exposed himself and masturbated in front of a patron while on a Pittsburg bound train. Officers originally responded to search for the suspect and victim at the Walnut Creek Station. It was later reported that the suspect off-boarded at the Layfayette Station. An officer proceeded to the Layfayette Station and located a possible suspect. The victim later came forward and positively identified the suspect. A sergeant responded to the station to debrief the suspect and approve the arrest. Trains were held out of the Layfayette Station for approximately 11 minutes. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for indecent exposure and also issued a prohibition order.
The station agent called to report a male possibly trying to sell tickets at the station. Officers contacted the male and were unable to locate any materials that would indicate that he was selling tickets, but a record check revealed a $5,000 warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the warrant.
At about 1600 hours, a female reporting party told the station agent that a man was cutting the lock on a bike at the racks. The agent and an off-duty officer went to the area and saw a man riding off on a bike. The off-duty officer was not able to catch the man to detain him. The suspect was described as a white male, 30-40 years old, 6 feet tall, wearing a white short sleeved shirt and baggy shorts. The reporting party told the agent that she had seen the suspect arrive on a bike, cut the lock off the victim bike and ride off on it, leaving his bike behind. A victim arrived a short time later and confirmed that his bike had been stolen. The victim said he locked his bike to the racks using a cable lock. The loss was a blue Giant brand 18-speed mountain bike, valued at $200. The suspect's bike was recovered and processed for evidence, but no latent prints were located. The reporting party left the station without providing her name or contact information.
A patron made a phone report regarding the theft of two catalytic converters from his 2003 Toyota Sequoia (6WGT956). The patron parked his Toyota in the upper lot, next to Deer hill Road at 0712 hours. When he returned at 1458 hours, he discovered that someone had removed both catalytic converters from his Toyota. The vehicle was at the repair shop was not available to be processed for evidence. Loss is estimated at $4,500. An officer completed the report on the theft.
A victim stated he was battered after getting into an argument with a person over a parking space while in the lot. The victim said the suspect struck him in the head with a rock and punched him in the face while they were fighting on the ground. The suspect then drove from the scene in an unknown model vehicle. The victim sustained minor injuries to his face, and was treated and released at the scene by medical personnel. A search for the suspect proved negative. Video hotline notified.
A patron reported that their blue and yellow Specialized Rock Hopper 21-speed bike was stolen between 0805-1745 hours today. The victim locked the bike to the racks at the secondary end of the station using a cable lock. When the victim returned, the bike, which they valued at $600, was missing.
A patron reported the theft of his 24-speed Fuji road bike. The bike was locked to the bike racks with a U-lock on 6/15 at 2200 hours. When the victim returned on 6/17 at 1000 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
A customer reported that their catalytic converters were taken from their 2002 Toyota Sequoia while parked in the Deer hill lot, unknown stall. He parked at 0730 and returned at 1915 hours to discover his loss. Loss estimated at 5,000.
A man reported the theft of his Trek model 4500 men's mountain bike from the Lafayette station on 4/19/13 between 0720 - 1700 hours. The victim stated he did not immediately report the theft because he was attempting to locate the serial number for the bike. The bike had been secured to the bike racks in the concourse area with a cable lock. The victim valued the bike at $495.00.