An on-duty station agent reported damage to the add fare machine near the fare gates. Responding officers conducted an investigation and determined that there was an attempt to gain entry into the machine, but none made. Further investigation by the officers also located damage to a nearby change machine in the station. Notification was made to the video hotline.
A victim at the booth reported that her vehicle had been broken into. The victim vehicle was a 2000 Volkswagen Golf. Entry was made via driver's window smash. The glove box was ransacked but nothing was taken. The vehicle was parked in the lower lot.
A patron reported (to the Station Agent) two males on foot and a female driving a white Suburban were looking into vehicles in the lower parking lot. An officer responded, spotted the vehicle and made a vehicle stop. A female and two males were in the vehicle. The female was a missing person out of CCSO. The vehicle contained burglary-type tools and miscellaneous electronic components. Concord PD officers assisted by checking the parking lot and located two vehicles with smashed windows. The subjects were arrested for possession of burglary tools and transported to the Concord BART police facility to be interviewed by Detectives. One of the suspects confessed to burglary and the investigation is on-going at this time.
An officer on patrol discovered five burglarized vehicles in the parking lot. All of the vehicles had broken windows and had been ransacked. It appeared as though the stereo had been removed from some of them. The officer processed the scene and left information for the vehicle owners to contact us when they return.
San Francisco police, via telephone to BART police dispatch, requested that a Pittsburg train be searched for a missing 88-year-old woman who was thought to be at risk due to her age and poor vision. The missing person's description was provided to C-line station agents. A train was held for 19 minutes at Rockridge station. As an officer completed the train search, the North Concord/Martinez station agent reported that she had located the elderly woman.
A customer returned to the station and discovered that some unknown suspect had removed the catalytic converter from his Toyota 4-Runner which was parked at the station.
A dating couple on a train between Concord and North Concord Stations became involved in an argument over their relationship ending. The argument escalated into a physical altercation, with the female juvenile battering the adult male. The male suffered minor injuries. The female was arrested for domestic violence, but was released to her father on a citation when Contra Costa Juvenile Hall refused her admission.
All four tires were stolen off of a '95 Honda Civic while parked in the lower lot. The suspect was able to gain entry and removed the vehicle's stereo face plate in addition to stealing the spare tire from the trunk.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of a man who had taken a cell phone from a woman. Officers located the involved parties nearby and discovered that the male was wanted on a felony arrest warrant and was also in possession of suspected narcotics. The two involved people knew each other and the dispute over the cell phone did not involve a criminal act. The adult male was arrested and booked for the warrant.
An officer checking on an occupied suspicious vehicle found it to be stolen out of Pittsburg. A pursuit ensued with the driver eventually abandoning the car in Pittsburg. Residents in the neighborhood in which the suspect fled on foot helped direct officers to his location where a K9 found him hiding in a rear yard. A gun stolen in a residential burglary was also recovered.
Officers investigating a suspicious, occupied automobile in the parking lot determined that the car was stolen out of the city of Martinez. The driver was taken into custody without incident. Further investigation linked the suspect to previous automobile burglaries in the lot, and items possibly taken during said crimes were also recovered.
A warrant check on a female contacted by officers for disturbing patrons on a train revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of San Mateo County. A search of the suspect incident to arrest recovered a rock of crack cocaine and a crack pipe. The subject was booked at the Martinez Jail for the aforementioned violations. 0911-0979 L12.
A male victim was approached by an adult male suspect while on the platform. The suspect demanded the victim's property, threatened him with physical violence and simulated having a weapon. A struggle ensued and the suspect was able to take the victim's backpack. Responding officers recovered the property, arrested the suspect on the platform and transported him to the Martinez Detention Facility where he was booked for robbery.
An adult male called dispatch to report that he wanted to jump in front of a train. Officers made contact with him, determined that he was unable to care for himself and had him transported to the county hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
A 17 yr. old female phoned via 911 advising she had a warrant and wanted to turn herself in. Responding officers determined that she had an outstand no-bail warrant for brandishing a weapon and for battery. She was booked at juvenile hall.
A 68-year-old man reported having been sexually assaulted, robbed, and carjacked in the parking lot. The victim said that he had given the 25-to-29-year-old male suspect a ride from Emeryville. The suspect took the victim's watch and wallet before fleeing in the victim's borrowed vehicle.
An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle driving suspiciously near the North Concord Station. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle was an un-reported stolen vehicle. The male juvenile suspect was arrested, issued a juvenile citation, and released to his mother. The stolen vehicle was returned to its rightful owner.
An adult female who was left homeless after an argument with her roommate, wandered into the station and voiced thoughts of suicide by jumping in front of a train. She was held for psychiatic evaluation.