Officers were dispatched to a possible auto burglary in progress in the parking structure. A responding officer contacted an adult male in the parking structure near a vehicle, but the officer could not locate a burglarized vehicle. A records check revealed a $10,000 warrant for commercial burglary and petty theft, so the suspect was taken into custody for the warrant. The suspect was interviewed by a sergeant before being booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrant.
An officer responded to a report of a male and female in a physical fight in the parking lot. Upon arrival, the male had left the scene, but the female and a witness were at the scene. The female had no visible injuries and refused medical. The witness stated she saw the male push the female several times while in the parking lot. The male later returned to the scene, was positively identified by the witness, and placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
An officer responded to the station on a report of an adult male transient, described as a Black male in his 20s, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and jeans, who was possibly starting a fire in the bus zone. Upon arrival, the officer located the suspect in the bus zone as he was attempting to light a newspaper. The officer determined the suspect was in need of a psychiatric evaluation. The officer conducted a records check of the suspect which revealed two no bail warrants held by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office. The first warrant was for auto theft and the second for possession of dangerous drugs. The suspect was transported to a local area hospital for treatment, and later booked into the Redwood City Jail on the warrants. 1401-1753 L17.
An officer on routine patrol located three vehicles parked on the 4th and 5th levels of the parking structure that had been burglarized. All three vehicles were parked with long-term parking permits. An unknown suspect had smashed a window to gain entry. A note was left for the victims to contact the department to provide further details. At this time the loss and time frame are unknown. 1401-0608, 1401-0612 &
A female patron reported that she exited the Millbrae Station with three male companions on Jan 1, 2015 at approximately 0300 hours. She then walked to her vehicle and decided not to drive due to her level of intoxication. She slept in her vehicle and when she woke up, it appeared that she had been sexually assaulted. An Investigator and Evidence Tech responded to the scene.
Burlingame Police reported to BART Police that a husband and wife had arrived at their department claiming they had battered one another earlier while in the parking structure of the Millbrae BART station. A BART officer responded to Burlingame PD in order to handle the incident. Further investigation determined the husband was the primary aggressor, so he was placed under arrest for battering his spouse. The victim, who had no visible injuries, refused medical attention. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the husband, who did not have any visible injuries and who also refused medical attention. Subsequently, the husband was booked into the San Mateo County jail for misdemeanor spousal battery and issued a BART Prohibition Order.
A victim reported his 2003 Scion XB 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked on the 4th level of the parking structure between 0900-1800 hours. The rear window was smashed, and the interior of the vehicle was ransacked. The victim refused to have the vehicle processed for fingerprints.
A victim reported her 1998 white Mercedes MI320 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked on the 4th level of the parking structure between 0820-1900 hours. The driver side window was smashed, and the interior of the vehicle was ransacked. The scene was processed for prints but none were attainable.
A victim reported her 2000 gold Lexus ES3000 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked on the 4th level of the structure between 0640-1740 hours. The driver side window was smashed and the console area had been ransacked.
A victim reported his 2013 red Jeep CJ8 was burglarized while it was parked and locked at the station between 0800-1730 hours. The driver side window was smashed and the owner’s manual is taken from inside the vehicle.
BART Officers responded to a report of a male creating a disturbance on a train. The suspect off boarded the train and went on the track-way prior to the arrival of the officers. The officers were able to get the suspect off of the tracks without incident. Train service was delayed for 38 minutes. The suspect was taken into custody for a psychiatric evaluation.
A BART Officer saw a citizen sleeping on platform three. The officer approached the citizen to inform her that the station was closed. While speaking with the citizen, the officer determined that the citizen was intoxicated in public. The intoxicated citizen was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. A BART Sgt approved the arrest.
The station agent reported a subject who appeared intoxicated inside the station. An officer arrived and made contact with the subject in question. The officer determined the subject was too intoxicated to care for her own safety. The subject was arrested and booked into the Redwood City Jail for intoxication. A sergeant responded to debrief the subject and approve the arrest.
A patron reported the theft of his green Schwinn 8-speed bike from the bike racks. The bike was secured with a chain/lock on 9/17 at 1900 hours and when he returned at 2000 hours on 9/18, the bike and lock were gone.
A female victim reported that she was on a train on platform #3 and that a male suspect was showing her his genitals. The suspect was described as a white male in his 20's, bald, wearing a black Giants baseball jacket, blue jeans and black shoes. The suspect left the station in an unknown direction. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect at the station or in the area. The suspect description was provided to Millbrae PD.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a gray/silver Schwinn 21 speed hybrid, unknown serial number) to the bike racks on the Cal train platform on 08/30/13, at 1515 hours. The bicycle was secured with a cable lock. The victim returned at 1815 hours the same day to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $315.
A CSO spotted a male subject sitting on the top of the Millbrae Station and appeared he was going to jump off the ledge of the structure. The male was sitting on the edge, leaning forward and was talking to himself out loud. CIT trained Officers responded to the top of the structure and talked the male off the ledge of the structure. The male was placed on an emergency psychiatric hold and was transported to Mills Peninsula Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. The male stated he wanted to know how it felt to jump off the structure.
A female victim reported that she was being followed by a male subject from Colma on a train bound for Millbrae. The female said the male was staring at her and she asked him to stop but the male began to create a disturbance. An officer responded to the station and contacted the male. A records/warrant check showed the male had a court order preventing him from being on BART property. The female did not want to press charges against the male for willfully creating a disturbance on the train. The male was placed under arrest for violation of a court order and was booked at Redwood City Jail. A sergeant responded to approve the report.
While monitoring the fare gates an officer saw a subject exit the paid area via the emergency gate without processing a ticket. The officer detained the suspect and conducted a warrant check which revealed an outstanding warrant out of the Alameda County Sheriff's Office for fare evasion in the amount of $20K. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and then booked at the Redwood City jail for the warrant.
A victim reported his catalytic converter was stolen from his tan 2013 Toyota Sequoia. The victim parked his Toyota in stall #220, at 0630 hours. When he returned at 1700 hours, he started his vehicle and discovered that someone had removed its catalytic converter. An officer responded to take the report, and searched for items of evidentiary value, but found none. Station video was requested. The loss is estimated at $4,000.
A customer parked his Bilano fixed gear bike (no serial numbers) at 1345 hours on 6/30/13. He used a cable lock to secure his bike. The victim returned at 2300 hours and discovered that someone had stolen his bike ($250.00 loss). An officer took a phone report and requested station video.
A male citizen reported via cell phone that he was at the station and that his family was in danger. The man claimed to have a 9mm handgun in the door pocket of his silver Audi and said he did not want any police vehicles near his. The man appeared to be mentally ill and he became irate and uncooperative when dispatchers asked him questions about his identity. BART police officers, along with several Millbrae PD and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department officers, responded to the area. The officers cleared the station, but did not locate the caller. Information was received that the man had driven to the Bank of America on Broadway, a short distance from the station. The subject entered the bank on foot with his weapon. Millbrae officers, with the assistance of two BART police officers, established a perimeter around the bank and the employees left the business. The man was talked into coming out of the bank and was taken into custody by Millbrae officers without incident. The subject was placed on a 5150 W&I hold by Millbrae PD.
Officers contacted a man and woman for fare evasion for being in the paid area without tickets. The woman was cited for fare evasion. The male suspect was found to be in violation of a court order restraining him from being within 150 yards of the woman. The man was arrested for violating the court order, cited for fare evasion, and cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. A sergeant approved the arrest. The suspect was booked into the San Mateo Jail.
An officer responded to the top level of the parking structure for a report of an auto burglary in progress. Upon arrival, he saw a person inside a vehicle. The officer ordered the person out of the vehicle, and placed him under arrest for auto burglary. Further investigation revealed the subject entered into the locked vehicle through an open window. There was no apparent damage to the vehicle. Two witnesses were brought to scene and also positively identified the suspect as the one who was attempting to enter the vehicle. A warrant check on the subject revealed two outstanding arrest warrants. One warrant was $30,000.00 out of Richmond for burglary, and the other was $25,000.00 out of Brentwood for theft. The subject was placed under arrest for auto burglary and the outstanding warrants. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was Mirandized, but was reluctant to give any incriminating information.