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.
An off-duty municipal police officer reported that a woman had battered a man in the bus zone. A BART police officer investigated and determined the woman had struck her husband. The woman was arrested for domestic battery. A sergeant approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect. The suspect was booked into the San Mateo Co. Jail.
A verbal argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend culminated in the girlfriend attempting to run down the boyfriend with her vehicle. After unsuccessfully doing so, The girlfriend exited the vehicle and battered her boyfriend, causing injuries to his face. The two parties then fled the station, but were detained by Millbrae Police a few blocks away. Millbrae Police had to use force on both parties, and placed them into custody for resisting arrest. BART officers arrived at Millbrae PD’s location, and a sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest of the girlfriend for assault with a deadly weapon and domestic battery. Millbrae Police insisted on booking both parties, and statements were taken from both them before they were booked.
A victim made a phone report that her 2005 white Chevrolet truck was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #116 on the 1st level of the parking structure between 0600-2015 hours. The passenger side door lock was punched, and a $200.00 stereo was taken from inside the vehicle.
A victim reported his 2007 silver Chevrolet Suburban was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #1344 on the 4th level of the parking structure between 1100-1600 hours. The right front passenger door lock was punched, and a stereo was taken from inside the vehicle. The owner refused to have his vehicle processed for evidence.
A patron called to report a male and female involved in an argument and that the female had thrown rocks at the male. Officers made contact and determined that the couple is in a dating relationship and that the female had struck the male in the back with a rock. The male refused any assistance or medical aid, but the female was taken into custody for domestic violence. The male was provided Domestic Violence information, along with EPO information. The female was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the domestic violence charge.
The opening station agent reported a male sleeping in the men’s restroom. Officers responded and contacted the male, who was found to have a no-bail parole violation warrant issued by the California Department of Corrections. The male was arrested for the warrant and transported to the San Mateo County Jail where he was booked for the warrant.
Officers were detailed to the Millbrae station on the report of a male and female attacking one another while on the second level of the parking structure. On their arrival, officers detained the male and female, who were identified as a married couple. Further investigation revealed that a verbal argument between the couple escalated when the wife kicked the couples' car, causing moderate damage, and then kicked the husband, which caused visible injuries. Officers determined the female was the primary aggressor and a sergeant responded to the scene. The wife was arrested for spousal battery and vandalism, and debriefed by the sergeant. Paramedics responded to the scene, but the couple refused further medical treatment. The female was then booked for spousal battery and vandalism at the San Mateo County jail.
A station agent was dealing with a possible fare evader and requested an officer to respond. An officer arrived on-scene and through his investigation determined the adult male had fare evaded. The male was detained and a records/warrant check revealed a $10,000 warrant for the males arrest issued by San Mateo County Sheriff's Department. The male was cited for fare evasion and was booked on the warrant at Redwood City Jail. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the male.
A male was seen at the station. An officer recognized him and knew he had an active Stay Away Order. The officer contacted the suspect and arrested him. The suspect also had approximately $2500 in outstanding warrants including a $1500 BART warrant. He was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. 1301-2481, L13 A male was seen at the station. An officer recognized him and knew he had an active Stay Away Order. The officer contacted the suspect and arrested him. The suspect also had approximately $2500 in outstanding warrants including a $1500 BART warrant. He was booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
hour Victim reported her black 2002 Honda Accord CA. 4VQP632 broken into between 2300 and 0140 hours. The investigating officer was unable to determine how entry was made into the locked auto. Two Cannon cameras, valued at $300, were taken from the vehicle. The vehicle was printed by Officer Flores but no prints were located. 1301-0177, L13 Victim reported her black 2002 Honda Accord CA. 4VQP632 broken into between 2300 and 0140 hours. The investigating officer was unable to determine how entry was made into the locked auto. Two Cannon cameras, valued at $300, were taken from the vehicle. The vehicle was printed by Officer Flores but no prints were located.
An officer on patrol discovered a burglarized 1996 Infinity BTM in stall #361. The driver’s side front and rear windows had been smashed. The contents of the vehicle had been rummaged through. The ignition, steering column, and vehicle stereo were intact. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for latent prints and other evidence, and left a note requesting contact from the owner.
An officer on patrol discovered a burglarized 2004 Ford Escape in stall #1567. The rear-passenger side window had been smashed. The contents of the vehicle had been rummaged through. The ignition, steering column, and vehicle stereo were intact. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for latent prints and other evidence, and left a note requesting contact from the owner.
An officer on patrol spotted a 2009 white Pontiac GT parked in stall # 848 on the third level of the parking structure with a right rear window smash. It is unknown if there is any loss. The officer was unable to process the exterior of the vehicle for evidence because of its condition. A note was left for the owner.
The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office (SMCSO) called the ISRC at approximately 1600 hours to advise they were at a local area hospital with the victim of an apparent carjacking and kidnapping from the station. The BART PD on-call detective was notified and contacted the investigator from the SMCSO. The SMCSO detective advised that the victim was a cab driver who picked up the suspects, described as two Tongan males and one Polynesian female, from the BART station. The suspects apparently kidnapped and then carjacked the victim at gunpoint. The victim may have been pistol-whipped by the suspects, but suffered non-life threatening injuries. The victim reportedly went home after the incident before calling the SMCSO. The SMCSO detective advised that they would handle the investigation, but requested assistance in the retrieval of possible video from the station. The BART PD detective will be working with the SMCSO to assist in obtaining any possible video of the incident.
A station agent called to report seeing a male suspect who has a stay away order to stay away from all BART stations. An officer responded, contacted the male and confirmed that the order is still valid. The male was then booked into the Redwood City Jail for the violation.
A man reported that his 2007 GMC Sierra pickup truck had been burglarized on the third floor of the garage, in stall #967, between 11/08/12, at 1430 hrs., and today at 1930 hrs. Entry was made by prying the driver’s door handle and lock. The loss was an in-dash Pioneer navigation system. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for evidence.
An adult male victim reported to an officer that his gray Marin 24 speed bicycle was stolen from Millbrae Station. The victim locked his bike with a cable lock at the racks. Time element was 09/19/12 at 1200 hours to 09/21/12 at 2100 hours.
An officer contacted a man on the platform for a welfare check. It was determined that he was wanted on a Felony no bail warrant out of the department of corrections for a parole violation. The suspect was arrested for the warrant and booked into the Redwood City Jail.
A victim and a witness reported to the Station Agent the theft of an iPhone, valued at $240, on a train which was now on the platform. The suspect fled into the streets of Millbrae. A San Mateo Sheriff’s deputy detained a male matching the description. The victim and witness both identified the male as the suspect. A detective was called to the scene to interview the suspect who confessed to the crime and was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. 1208-1476, 2259 hours