A victim reported she parked her green 1998 Honda Civic in the upper reserve parking lot on 12/23/13, at1630 hours. The victim returned on 12/24/13, at 0058 hours to find the vehicle’s driver’s side door ajar, the ignition damaged, and $15 in cash missing from the center console. The investigating officer determined the vehicle’s driver’s door was most likely defeated by the use of a shaved key.
A victim reported that they parked their 1993 gold Honda Accord (with a 49’ers logo on the rear window) in the upper lot on 12/21/13, at 1610 hours. The victim returned today, at 0857 hours and found their vehicle gone.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a man who was passed out and had urinated on himself while on a Pittsburg bound train. Upon arrival, the man was unresponsive with no pulse and CPR was given. Medical personnel arrived and pronounced the man dead at the scene. Sergeants arrived on scene, and the on call detective and coroner were notified. The coroner identified the deceased, and foul play was ruled out. Video requested.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle (a 1996 Honda Accord) in the upper parking today, at 0745 hours. The owner returned at 1330 hours to find that someone forced their driver’s door lock open and attempted to manipulate the ignition. There was no reported loss. The investigating officer was able to lift several latent fingerprints when he processed the vehicle for evidence.
An anonymous party reported that a male was creating a disturbance on board a Pittsburg bound train. Officers intercepted the train at North Concord Station and contacted the male. A records/warrant check revealed the male had a "no bail" warrant issued by CDC. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant. No one came forward to make a complaint for disturbing the peace on board the train. A sergeant approved the arrest and the male was booked at the Martinez Detention Center.
A patron reported seeing a suspicious male riding around the lot on a bike and looking into vehicles. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, wearing a light colored baseball cap, a black sweater and riding a white bike. The male entered a gray 2007 Dodge pickup in the upper lot, by breaking the rear sliding window. The suspect then saw the reporting party using a call box to report the incident and the suspect fled on the bike. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. The owner of the Dodge later reported that there was no loss from their vehicle. It appeared the suspect fled before he could take any property.
A patron on a Pittsburg train reported that she saw a man with what she believed was a gun in the small of his back. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male, wearing a red knit cap, a long black shirt and dark pants. Both the suspect and reporting party off-boarded at North Concord. The reporting party did not stand by. The suspect was seen on camera inside the paid area, making a phone call. Trains were held out of the station while officers responded. Responding officers detained the man and determined that he did not have any weapons. The man did have a bottle that the reporting party may have mistaken for a weapon. Trains were delayed about three minutes as a result of this incident. TSOC was notified.
A victim reported his 1995 black Jeep Grand Cherokee was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the southwest corner of the lower lot between 0900-1815 hours. The driver side window was smashed, and a Pyramid 3000 watt amplifier and two Kenwood 12” subwoofers were taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was checked for prints and photos were taken.
An officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle at the station. The driver gave consent to search a backpack located in the passenger compartment and the officer located a quanity of Vicodin tablets in a plastic baggie inside. The male driver was arrested for possession of narcotics and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
A victim reported his 1998 white Dodge Ram truck was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the upper lot between 1730-0045 hours. The rear window was pried open and $400.00 worth of tools was taken from inside the vehicle.
A Department of Corrections Parole Agent requested that our officers check the area around the station for a sex offender parolee whose ankle monitoring device had been deactivated. An officer located the suspect near the station and detained him without incident. The Parole Agent confirmed that the parolee was in violation and authorized his arrest. The suspect was arrested and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for parole violation.
A BART station agent reported that a female patron threatened her after they got into a dispute over an expired voucher. A BART AFC technician reported that he was threatened as well during this incident. The suspect was also reportedly holding a can of mace during the verbal altercation. At one point the female suspect reportedly tossed the can of mace over a fence prior to the officer’s arrival. Officers arrived and detained the suspect who turned out to be a juvenile. Both the station agent and AFC technician stated they did not want to pursue any charges against the juvenile suspect. The juvenile suspect was issued a juvenile citation for possessing tear gas, concealing evidence, and ultimately released to her mother. Neither the station agent or system service worker was injured. OCC was notified.