A male subject detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have two outstanding misdemeanor traffic and narcotics related warrants, held by the Alameda County Sherriff’s Office and totaling $20K in bail amount, for his arrest. The officer placed the subject under arrest for the warrants; and a sergeant approved the arrest. The subject was issued a citation for fare evasion before being booked into the county jail for the warrants.
A victim reported the theft of their green unknown name brand women’s road bike, valued at $600.00, while cable and U locked at the station between 0830 to 1500 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at the Macarthur Station. A records check revealed the driver had a $20,000 warrant issued by Pleasant Hill PD for burglary. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant and was cited for the traffic violation. A sergeant approved the arrest and the male was booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail.
A Critical Asset Patrol Officer contacted an adult female for fare evasion and discovered that she had a no bail warrant for theft. The female was cited for fare evasion before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the warrant.
A victim reported the theft of their brown Trek Portland 27-speed cruiser bike, valued at $2400, while it was cable locked at the station between 0645 and 1550 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
An officer contacted a female for panhandling at the Macarthur Station. The female gave the officer a false name and was detained for failure to identify herself. The female provided her identity and the officer was able to confirm her identify thru dispatch. A records check showed the female had a $5,000 warrant for a narcotics violation issued by Livermore PD. The female was placed under arrest for providing false identification to an officer and the warrant. A sergeant approved the arrest and the female was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Officers intercepted a Richmond bound train for a report of male yelling obscenities at patrons on the train. Officers detained the male and determined he was too intoxicated to care for himself. No one came forwarded to place the male under citizen’s arrest for disturbing the peace and he was booked for public intoxication.
A community service officer responded to the 5th level of the parking structure regarding the following (2) auto burglaries: • White 2012 Toyota Prius / Front passenger window smash / Parked in stall 391 • Grey 2013 Ford Escape / Front passenger window smash / Parked in stall 344 Both victims separately reported the theft of (empty) unknown name brand canvass shopping bags. An earlier report of a Black male juvenile, wearing a black hooded jacket, peering into vehicles on the same level of the parking structure (case #1509-2813) turned up no suspect or evidence of burglarized vehicles, so the time frame for these burglaries was determined to be 1514 to 1700 hours. The CSO processed the victim vehicles for fingerprints and completed a report.
A victim reported the theft of their silver colored Trek bike, valued at $400.00, while it was secured with a Kryptonite lock at the station between 0630 and 1755 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
The station agent reported observing a male suspect fare evade out of the station whom she also recognized as legally prohibited from BART property. A responding officer later detained the suspect near the station, and he admitted being at the station earlier. A wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed an outstanding $60K misdemeanor theft warrant, held by San Francisco Police, for his arrest. The check also revealed the suspect to be on active court probation, part of which prohibits him from BART property. The suspect was then placed under arrest for the outstanding warrant and probation violation. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, and the suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrant and probation violation; the station agent left the station prior to the suspect being placed under arrest.
Officers responded to the Macarthur Station for a report on an intoxicated male with a 1 year old child aboard a Fremont Bound train. The reporting party was the child's mother who was at the station. The parents do not have a child visitation order issued by Family court services. Officers located the male and detained him to evaluate him for public intoxication. A records check showed the male had two "no bail" warrants issued by Contra Costa County. The male was able to care for himself and was placed under arrest on the warrant. The child was returned to her mother. The male was booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail.
While on patrol, an officer located a 1997 Honda Civic in the parking structure that had its driver’s side window smashed, interior ransacked, and car stereo appeared to be missing. The exact loss is undetermined at this time and an attempt was made to contact the registered owner of the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a subject who was on the floor, banging on the train car walls, and screaming on board a train. The officers detained the suspect in question and learned he was a sex registrant out of compliance. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for being out of compliance.
An adult female victim flagged down an officer to report that a BM, approximately 18 years old, wearing a red sweatshirt and unknown color pants, snatched her silver Samsung Galaxy phone, while she was seated near the access road of the station. The suspect fled on foot in an unknown direction. The victim was not injured. The victim said she could possibly identify the suspect. The phone did not have tracking capability and was valued at $120.
While on patrol, an officer observed and detained a subject for fare evasion. A wants check revealed that the subject had a felony $125k warrant charging burglary issued from the Berkeley Police Department. The subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for his warrant.
A victim reported that their 2012 Ford Fusion was burglarized while parked on the fifth level of the parking structure, stall 391, between 0715 and 1615 hours; it’s rear window was shattered to gain entry. The victim reported a Toshiba brand laptop, valued at $300, was stolen during the burglary. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
BART Police received initial reports that a male had battered a passenger with a firearm, aboard a Fremont bound train. Officers responded to the station to search for the suspect. As a safety precaution because a firearm was involved, the station was closed and trains were held out. The suspect was located on the Fremont train and was taken into custody. The report of a battery was not substantiated; however the female witness positively identified the male and reported he was carrying a firearm. A systematic search of the train, station and trackway was conducted but a firearm was not located. A records check revealed the male has a “no bail” warrant held by ACSO for a traffic offense and he was booked at Glenn Dyer jail. The station was opened and normal train service resumed after a 36 minute delay. Station and train video was requested. TSOC Notified.
While on patrol, an officer conducted a vehicle stop at the station for a traffic offense. A wants check revealed that the driver had a felony $10k warrant charging a Welfare and Institutions code issued from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. The subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for her warrant.
A female victim called to report that her boyfriend forcefully took her bag (which contained her purse and miscellaneous items) from her and fled the station. The male was located near the station and found to be in possession of the female's belongings. The female checked the bag and said that her cash ($50) was missing from her purse. The male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for robbery and domestic violence.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a white Dawes men’s road bicycle) to the bike racks on 8/7/15 at 1800 hours. The bicycle was secured with two U-locks. The victim returned today at 0820 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $350.
While on patrol, an officer heard several shots fired in the 3800 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard, in the vicinity of several Oakland PD vehicles. It was determined that an Oakland PD officer had been involved in a shooting in front of a residence. BART officers, along with Emeryville PD and Alameda County Sheriff's Office personnel, assisted Oakland PD by providing traffic control while Oakland PD secured the crime scene and cleared several residences.
A record check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed an outstanding $25,000 arrest warrant out of San Francisco for suspended license, a $20,000 warrant out of Santa Clara County for suspended license, and $10,000 warrant out of Los Gatos for vandalism. The person was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for the warrants. The arrest was approved by Sergeant G. Brady.
A victim reported that her $330 dark blue Public brand, cruiser style, single speed bicycle was stolen while it was locked with two U-locks in the free area between 0000 - 0731 hours. The locks were valued at $120 and $70.