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
An officer contacted a woman for a welfare check. He determined that the woman was intoxicated and found that she had a $10,000 Alameda Co. misdemeanor warrant for public intoxication and willfully disturbing others. The suspect was arrested for public intoxication and the warrant. The suspect was booked into Redwood City Jail.
A patron reported his silver 1998 Honda Civic was broken into while it was parked and locked on the 3rd floor of the parking structure between 0700-2000 hours. The method of entry was unknown, and an Alpine stereo was taken from inside the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
A patron reported his black 1992 Honda Civic 2 door was broken into while it was parked and locked at the station between hours. Entry was made via the driver side door and a $40.00 JVC stereo was taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
An officer was called to the station for a report of an intoxicated male with an open beer on the platform, walking on the yellow strip. The officer located the male, determined him to be too intoxicated to care for himself and transported him to the San Mateo County Jail for Public Intoxication.
A patron reported his silver 2009 BMW 328i had been keyed on both sides while parked in stall #514 between 0719-1457 hours. The patron did not notice the damage until about 1600 hours, after he ran several errands in the Millbrae area. The victim was not certain the damage occurred while the vehicle was parked at Millbrae Station.
A patron fell asleep on a Millbrae bound train on 6/8/12 between 0100-0130 hours, and woke up to discover that his backpack was missing. The victim had placed the backpack next to him when he boarded the train at the 24th Street Station. The loss was a gray Hewlett-Packard laptop computer, a Kenwood car stereo face plate, personal checks, and miscellaneous items.
A BART Officer contacted a victim who reported her catalytic converter was stolen from her 1997 Toyota 4-Runner while it was parked at Millbrae Station. The victim parked her vehicle about 0900 hours and returned about 1745 hours. No known suspect(s) at this time.
A patron reported the theft of her blue, men's mountain bike ($100 value). She parked and locked it to the bike racks with a U-lock on 5/15 at 1900 hours. When she returned at 0200 hours on 5/16, the bike was gone. The U-lock was still attached to the bike rack and seemed to be undisturbed. It is possible it was not properly locked when the victim left it.
A train operator reported being battered by a patron while on the train. Upon being upset by the train operator awakening him on an out of service train, a male suspect struck the train operator on the face and hands with a cane. The train operator sustained a cut to his left hand and was later taken to South San Francisco Kaiser Hospital for treatment. An officer arrived at the scene and detained a suspect matching the description given on the platform. The suspect was positively identified by the train operator and placed under arrest for assault with a weapon. 1205-0305 L12.
An officer took a telephone report from a woman who said that her 1999 Toyota Camry had been burglarized. The vehicle was burglarized between 04/23/12, at 1400 hrs., and 04/25/12, at 1400 hrs., while parked on the second floor of the parking garage. According to the victim, the driver’s door window looked as if someone had tried to pry it open, although it was not broken. The car stereo was missing. The stereo subwoofer and a briefcase were missing from the trunk. The vehicle was not processed for evidence. The owner did not wish to drive to a BART station to have the vehicle examined. She also indicated that she had likely obliterated any latent prints while driving the vehicle over the last three days.
The catalytic converter was removed from a 1995 Toyota pick-up. The victim parked the vehicle in stall #1583 at 1135 hours. Upon his return at 1950 hours he started the vehicle and heard a loud exhaust noise. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
A patron/victim called Dispatch to report her 2001 Ford P/U truck was broken into while parked on the 4th level of the parking structure. An officer responded to the scene and completed a crime report. It appears an unknown suspect(s) entered the vehicle via the front passenger door using a door lock cheat and causing damage to the lock. The ignition switch was also damaged by an unknown tool, making the vehicle inoperable with the key. The victim stated it appeared only the vehicle registration was missing. The vehicle was tech’d for print evidence and any other evidentiary items, but none were located. The video unit was contacted regarding any video evidence.
A patron reported to the station agent that there was an injured male on trackway two. Power was taken down, officers and medical responded and located the male on the trackway. The male was initially unresponsive and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital where his condition improved and he was alert and talking. The officers were unable to locate any witnesses who saw how the male ended up on the trackway. Video has been requested. The victim told officers that he does not remember how he ended up on the trackway. He is being treated for minor injuries at SFGH and is in good condition. The investigation is on-going.
A BART employee at the station reported a male suspect jumped a fence near the east-side parking lot and into the BART track way just south of the platform. The suspect began to walk towards the platform then jumped back over the same fence into the parking lot. BART Central shut the track way power off in that area as a safety precaution for the suspect. An officer responded and detained the suspect near the primary station entrance without incident. The suspect was arrested and released on citation for trespassing and interfering with railroad operations, based on a citizen’s arrest by the BART employee who witnessed the violation. The suspect’s motive appears to be fare evasion.
While patrolling the station parking structure, an officer noticed white Ford utility truck which was occupied earlier by two subjects, and was now unoccupied. The officer conducted a records check on the vehicle and it came back “nonoperational” since 2008. The officer searched the structure and area, and 20 minutes later located two subjects on the 3rd level of the parking structure, on the same level of the truck in question. The subjects were identified as: S#1 and S#2. S#1 is listed as a suspicious person in a prior trespassing case. S#2 is on parole for narcotic(s) violation. The subjects stated the truck in question was not theirs and that they were not in it, and the officer could not identify either individual as being in the truck. Neither subject has been identified as a wanted suspect in any prior BART PD case at this time. The truck was inventoried and towed for having expired registration of more than six months. The subjects were released as they could not be linked to any criminal activity at this time. This case is being forwarded to Detectives for information and review.
Unknown suspect(s) cut and removed approximately 1000 feet of copper cable located between the tracks of Trackway #3, and just north of the Millbrae platform (#3). The cable is “negative return” and is not “hot.” The suspect(s) appear to be using proper tools for both cutting the two-inch thick cable and possibly for electrification testing. Cables on Trackway #2 in the same area were also cut and removed, but some cut cable was left behind. The suspects appeared to have gained entrance through a chain-linked fence opening along the right-of-way. Detectives are investigating this theft, along with other recent thefts of copper cable from the District. TSOC has been notified.
An officer responded to a hospital in Santa Clara on a report that a female sexual-assault victim from Millbrae station was being treated there. The officer met with a Millbrae police detective at the hospital. The detective had interviewed the victim and determined that the crime was not committed at the Millbrae station, but elsewhere in that city. The Millbrae police are handling the investigation.
A patron reported to Millbrae P.D. that a subject was upset and kicking the doors of a north bound train approaching the station. The subject reportedly was threatening to blow up the train as he was arguing with a patron for talking loudly on her cell phone. Trains were held for 10 minutes at the station as BART and Millbrae Officers responded to the scene and investigated the incident. Officers could not locate any complainants at the station and the subject denied threatening to blow up the train. The subject appears to have some mental issues but was able to care and warned for the disturbance.
A station agent reported that a subject fare evaded out and started cussing and yelling at her. The officers arrived and contacted the suspect (Joseph Wade W/M). A warrant check revealed Wade had a $20,000 felony warrant out for his arrest for drug possession. The subject was booked for the warrant via an out of county waiver at the San Francisco County Jail. The fare evasion could not be substantiated and no citizens’ arrest was made for disturbing others.