A patron made a late report about the theft of his vehicle. On 6/15/16, the victim's 1988 Nissan pickup was taken from the station between 07:00 and 20:30. The Pittsburg Police Department recovered the stolen vehicle in their city.
A male was creating a disturbance at the Pittsburg Station and boarded a San Francisco bound train. The train was intercepted at the North Concord Station and the male was off boarded from the train. A records check showed the male had a court order prohibiting him from BART. The male was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An officer on routine patrol spotted a suspicious male inside of a vehicle parked in the lower lot. The officer contacted the male, who falsely identified himself by providing several false names. Additionally, the vehicle did not belong to the suspect. The suspect was also in possession of a stereo that belonged in the vehicle. Believing the vehicle may be an unreported stolen car, the investigating officer requested that the Fairfield Police Department contact the registered owner. It was determined that the vehicle was not stolen, and the doors of the car could not lock. However, the registered owner did not give the suspect permission to be inside his vehicle, or to be in possession of the car stereo. The male was placed under arrest for possession of stolen property and vehicle tampering. The suspect was also charged with false ID to a police officer. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Jail on the listed charges.
A sergeant responded to a report of a welfare check on a subject in the bus zone. The sergeant arrived, located the subject, and determined he was intoxicated. The subject was arrested and booked into the Martinez Jail for public intoxication.
A victim reported that their green 1995 Acura Integra was burglarized while parked in the lower lot, stall 949, between 0630 and 1930 hours. It appears the vehicle was entered by way of a “shaved key” as there were no signs of forced entry. The vehicle’s alarm wiring was damaged, but no items were taken. An officer responded, processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed a report.
4/20/16. 1913 hours A victim reported his 2005 Ford truck was broken into while parked at the North Concord Station, between 0630-1910 hours. A suspect broke the steering column and damaged the ignition when they attempted to steal the Ford.
Officers responded to the station regarding a train operator’s report of a naked male running southbound on the #1 track way. Shortly thereafter, a BART track crew saw the subject approximately 200 yards south of the station. The suspect managed to make his way onto nearby city streets where he was then detained by Concord Police officers. A BART officer responded to the suspect’s location and, after determining he was suffering from mental health issues, ordered him placed on a psychiatric evaluation hold. The suspect, who suffered minor lacerations to his feet - possibly from scaling track way fencing, was transported to the county hospital for medical and mental health care. Train service was minimally interrupted as a result of this incident, and Central performed a track way inspection – which did not reveal anything unusual. TSOC notified.
CHP transferred a 911 call from a female victim who said that her boyfriend was battering her inside her vehicle at the station. Concord PD officers responded and detained the suspect. BART officers took over the case and arrested the suspect for domestic violence. The victim was not injured. She was provided with an EPO and domestic violence resources. The suspect was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An officer conducted a welfare check on an adult male who was sleeping under a blanket at the station. A records check revealed that he had a $15,000 warrant for burglary. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the warrant.
An officer noticed a Honda Civic parked in the isle of the south east lower parking lot. The vehicle was eventually discovered stolen from the Sun Valley Mall earlier in the day, 1015-1315 hours and the initial report was taken by Concord P.D. BART officers contacted the recovered vehicle's owner and returned it to the victim after it was removed from the Stolen Vehicle System.