A patron parked a 1998 Nissan Altima in the parking structure between 7/22/16 at 13:00 and 7/26/16 at 13:00. When the patron returned they discovered that some unknown suspect had broken the passenger window, ransacked the interior and removed a purse, cash and jewelry from the vehicle. Video evidence was requested. 1607-1264 L11.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle (a Honda Element) in the parking structure on 7/20/16, at 1500 hours. They returned today at 2130 hours to find their front passenger window smashed, and glove compartment rummaged through. There did not appear to be a loss according to the victim. The victim declined to have their vehicle processed the vehicle for fingerprints. 1607- 1220 L21
A patron reported that their black 2014 Honda Accord was burglarized while parked in stall #16, on the first level of the parking structure, between 1030-2200 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the driver's window to gain entry. The interior was ransacked, but the owner could not establish any loss.
A victim reported the theft of their white Breezer brand beach cruiser bicycle, valued at $800.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 0700 and 2000 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a female on board the Pittsburg train who was bleeding from the face and acting erratically. The officers located the female and discovered that she was intoxicated in public. The officers detained her for further investigation and the female became combative. She was ultimately sedated by responding paramedics, following a lengthy struggle to try and control her. She was transported to Summit Medical Center for treatment of over-intoxication.
A victim reported the theft of their green 1995 Toyota Camry, between 1135 and 2230 hours, while it was parked in the first level of the structure. An officer responded and completed an auto theft report.
A victim reported his vehicle was burglarized while parked at the Macarthur Station. Officers responded to the Station and located two additional vehicles that had been broken into. The case is under investigation.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that he had a $250,000 warrant for assault with a deadly weapon. The male was FI'd for the fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrant.
A patron called in to report several vehicles burglarized in the parking structure. Officers discovered a total of nine burglarized vehicles (eight with window smashes and one with a door lock pried to enter). All of the vehicles had been ransacked. Four of the owners returned and all reported only change and miscellaneous small items had been taken. The time frame for the crimes was narrowed down to 1200-1620 hours. All of the vehicles were processed for evidence and station video will be requested.
Officers contacted an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that he had a $45,000 warrant for receiving stolen property. The male was warned for fare evasion and booked into the County Jail for the warrant.
The on-duty Station Agent reported that a male was exposing himself. The subsequent investigation resulted in the suspect being arrested for a no bail warrant for being out of compliance for his 290 status. The suspect was transported to the Glynn Dyer Jail.
The victim reported that their 00' Toyota Corolla was burglarized today between the hours of 1530-1900 while parked on level 3a, stall #176, of the parking structure. There were no signs of forced entry, and the only loss was the vehicle's battery. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for evidence.
A patron reported the theft of property from a blue Toyota Corolla that was parked in space #253 in the parking structure from 9/18/16 at 17:00 to 9/19/16 at 7:30. Entry was via window smash and the loss was a registration tab sticker which had been left visible in the interior of the car.
An officer responded to the station on a report of an adult male challenging patrons to fight on board a Richmond bound train. The officer located the suspect and determined that he was too intoxicated to care for himself. The officer placed the suspect under arrest and conducted a records check. The suspect had a no bail warrant held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office for public intoxication. No victim's came forward regarding the disturbance. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
Patrons reported a female subject acting strangely in front of the station. The woman was dancing and removing her clothing. Officers responded and detained the woman a block away. Officers determined that the woman was in need of psychiatric care and she was transported to John George Pavilion for evaluation and treatment.
A victim reported via telephone that sometime between 0830 hours on 6/10 and 1430 hours on 6/11 they locked their Blue Oshner 16 Speed Men's Road Bike (value $600.00) with a U-lock. Upon their return the bicycle was missing from the rack.
A station agent was in a verbal dispute with a female who fare evaded into the Macarthur Station. The female suspect attempted to enter the agent's booth and slapped her hand. Officers responded but the female fled the station before they arrived.
A station agent reported a male suspect exposing himself at the station. Officers contacted the male and the station agent. The station agent placed him under citizen's arrest for indecent exposure. The male was issued a prohibition order and then medically and psychologically cleared for booking at the Santa Rita Jail for indecent exposure and a probation violation.
Officers responded to the Macarthur Station for a report of two men fighting inside the station. Officers detained the males and determined the suspect struck the victim over a disagreement. The victim refused medical treatment and the suspect was booked at the Glenn Dyer jail for felony battery. A prohibition order was also issued to the suspect.
Officers contacted two adult females for reportedly fighting one another in the concourse area of the station. Further investigation by the officers, which included an independent witness account, identified one of the females as the primary aggressor after she perceived flirtatious behavior directed at her boyfriend by the second female/victim. The victim, who was not injured, placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail.
A station agent reported that he was hit by a female passenger after they were involved in a ticket dispute and that he had the female detained in the station agent's booth. When officers arrived, the female passenger also claimed that the station agent battered her with the emergency exit gate. Each wanted place the other under citizen's arrest for battery. Neither party was injured. Each party was issued a citation for battery (based on the other party's citizen arrest) and issued a prohibition order. Station video was requested and reviewed by the investigating officer.