An adult male suspect grabbed a video game unit from the hands of a juvenile male victim. The suspect ran from the train and could not be located. There was no force or fear in the taking of the game unit.
A female patron was the victim of a strong arm robbery when an undescribed suspect ran up to her and forcibly snatched her purse. The suspect fled on foot on 40th St. with witnesses chasing after him. The purse was recovered but the suspect kept an iPOD that he took from the victim. No other information was ascertained because the victim declined making a police report.
A patron reported seeing an adult male drop a handgun on a Pittsburg bound train. The patron said the man picked the gun up and put it back in his pocket. The train was held at MacArthur station and officers located the suspect. Upon searching him, officers found a handgun on his person. A records check revealed the suspect was a convicted felon. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. 0710-2426. L21.
A patron had his PSP video game taken from him while on board a Daly City bound train at the MacArthur station by approximately 10 male juveniles. The train was intercepted at the 19th Street station, and 7 males were positively identified by the victim. 6 of the suspects were cited and released, and the principal suspect (an adult) was arrested and booked at Santa Rita jail for robbery. A gun was recovered near the suspects. The PSP was never located, and the gun was not used in the robbery.
Upset over a ticket problem, a female suspect grabbed, twisted and dug her nails into a station agent's wrist. Arresting officers were kicked and scratched by the combative suspect. The suspect was committed for psychiatric evaluation, pending criminal charges.
While sweeping a train at MacArthur Station, an officer observed a female adult passenger on-board holding a piece of paper which contained a controlled substance. The female was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer jail.
Officers searched the area for five suspects, 15-18 yrs. of age, who ganged up on a victim, demanded money, and rifled through his pockets. The offense occurred on the street level just outside of the station on 40th St. The suspects fled on foot after the victim reported the crime to the station agent. A group of possible suspects was detained on Martin Luther King Way, but were eliminated after an in-field show.
An adult male suspect was tracked down and located at the Hayward station by officers for two seperate offenses he committed earlier in the day. At 1620 hours, the suspect sexually battered a woman on a train at the MacArthur station. At 1655 hours, the same suspect attempted to rob a man of his Ipod and money on a Fremont bound train. Both victims positively identified the suspect. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail. 0706-1511. L21.
Officers responded to a disturbance call at MacArthur station. A man had apparently punched his wife in the face while parked in their vehicle. Officers arrested the suspect and booked him at Glenn Dyer Jail. 0706-1227. L21.
An officer observed a vehicle stopped on the station access road with a driver behind the wheel. The vehicle was listed on the OPD stolen vehicle list. The suspect drove the vehicle away from the station and failed to stop for the officer, who pursued the suspect vehicle onto the nearby 580 freeway, where it crashed. The suspect fled on foot and eluded capture.
A citizen had her iPOD snatched from her possession by a male juvenile, 13 yrs., wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, jeans, and orange and blue athletic shoes. The suspect fled on foot with the victim giving chase. The suspect eventually tossed the iPOD back to the victim and continued to flee the area.
An adult and two juveniles were arrested for robbery after one of them simulated a gun and robbed two other juveniles of their "Playstations", their cell phones and $40 in cash. The offense took place on the platform afterwhich the suspects boarded a Fremont bound train. The train was intercepted at 12th St. station where the suspects were apprehended and the loss recovered. The victims positively identified the suspects in an in-field line-up.
An adult male described as being in his 40's, chubby, curly hair, wearing a green shirt, black windbreaker and jeans, boarded a San Francisco bound train at Walnut Creek and sat next to a 15 yr. old passenger. The subject began rubbing the girl's leg and attempted to undo her pants belt. The girl phoned her father who reported the incident to BPD. Because the incident was 30 minutes cold when reported, officers were unable to conduct an immediate search for the suspect.
An adult male patron was beaten by one, possibly two other male adults in the free area adjacent to the bus zone and passenger pick-up areas. Both suspects were apprehended but the victim could only positively identify one. The one suspect identified was arrested and booked for the battery in addition to a no-bail spousal battery warrant out of Berkeley. The victim suffered numerous facial cuts and was treated at the scene by paramedics.
The station agent reported a heated verbal dispute between a male and female. The female also began kicking a ticket vending machine. An officer arrived and separated them, but the female refused to cooperate and kicked the officer. The female was arrested and booked.
A 60-year-old male was reported to be brandishing a firearm on the platform at MAS. It was later reported that the subject placed the handgun in his pocket. Officers contacted the subject and found that the "firearm" was a toy. The reporting party left the area and could not be contacted at this time. The toy gun was held as possible evidence and the subject was FI'd and released pending further investigation.
In what might have stemmed from an attempted strongarm robbery for the victim's backpack, a 14 yr. old juvenile was punched in the head by another juvenile, male, approx. 13 yrs. of age. The offense took place on the platform level of the station after the victim was followed off the train by the suspect. The suspect fled the scene prior to the arrival of responding officers.
One suspect confronted a woman at gunpoint in the parking lot and took her car and purse. The victim ran into the station. The suspect fled in an unknown direction. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect after a search of the area. 1/04/07 1520 L17