A 2015 Chevy Tahoe which was parked in space #739 between 20:00 on 11/13/16 and 06:35 on 11/14/16 was burglarized by an unknown suspect who smashed a window and removed a radar detector from the vehicle. The suspect also opened the hood and ransacked the vehicle's interior.
An officer on patrol located a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked in the parking lot with two broken windows. The interior of the vehicle appeared to be ransacked, but the exact loss is not known. The vehicle was processed for evidence and a note was left for the owner.
An officer responded to the station on an Elert report of a subject rummaging through a vehicle and throwing items to the ground. Upon arrival, the officer located an adult female inside the vehicle. The officer detained the suspect and conducted a records check. The check revealed that the suspect had an outstanding $50k warrant for Larceny, held by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office. The officer confirmed that the suspect was the owner of the vehicle. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant and booked into the Martinez Jail.
A victim reported that their white 1993 Honda Civic was burglarized while parked in the upper lot, stall 176, between 1130 and 2310 hours. The vehicle was entered by unknown means, but a tire jack, shoes and speakers were taken. An officer responded to take the report, but was unable to process the vehicle for fingerprints.
A victim reported that their black 1994 Chevrolet Blazer was burglarized while parked in the station’s lower lot, stall #436, between 0430 and 1830 hours. The vehicle’s driver’s door lock was defeated with a screwdriver, and $5.00 in cash was taken. An officer made telephone contact with the victim and took the report.
The victim reported that their tan 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe was burglarized while parked in the lower lot of the station between 0730 and 1730 hours. The vehicle’s passenger window was smashed to gain entry and a cell phone, watch and spark plugs were taken from the vehicle. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
The victim reported that their white 2001 Honda Odyssey was burglarized while parked in the lower lot, stall 1878, at the station. The vehicle’s passenger window was smashed to gain entry and a small amount of money was taken from the passenger compartment. An officer responded to investigate, but the victim declined to have their vehicle processed fingerprints.
Officers contacted a male for public intoxication at the North Concord Station. A records check showed the male had a $5,000 warrant for driving under the influence. The male was booked on the warrant and public intoxication.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked at the station between 1000 and 1253 hours. The suspect smashed a window to enter and ransacked the center console, but nothing was taken. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for prints.
A victim reported that their gray Acura MDX was burglarized while parked in stall 1339, between 1200 and 2033 hours. The vehicle was entered by unknown means and miscellaneous items were taken. An officer responded, processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed a report.
1401 hours A victim reported their 2001 GMC Yukon was burglarized while parked in stall #1300 of the North Concord Station. The suspect entered the vehicle and attempted to steal the car, causing damage to the ignition switch.
While traveling on Highway 242, near Highway 4, an officer performed a traffic stop upon a 2003 Acura RSX in order to investigate a suspected DUI driver; a sergeant responded to assist the officer. California Highway Patrol officers arrived on scene a short time later and took custody of the male driver, who was eventually booked into the county jail.
A patron reported by phone that their blue 2006 Chrysler 300 was burglarized while parked in stall #721, between 0515-1710 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the left rear window to gain entry and stole a purse containing a passport.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a black male and black female involved in a verbal argument. Officers detained both parties and observed that the female had visible scratches to her nose and cheek. Officers learned that the male and female were living together and in a dating relationship. Further investigation revealed that the male had battered the female resulting in her visible injuries. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim declined medical attention as well as an Emergency Protective Order. The male was issued a prohibition order before being transported to the Martinez Jail where he was booked on the above listed charge.
A BART foreworker reported that a generator and jackhammer were taken from a storage facility sometime between 9/3 at 1600 hours and 9/7 at 0700 hours. There was no damage to the door of the facility, so it is unknown how entry was made. The generator was valued at approximately $2,500.