A person apparently fell onto track way two at the North Concord Station, and was lying between the lip of the platform and the left running rail. Further investigation revealed the person was not struck by an incoming train. Officers, emergency personnel, and an ID Technician responded to the scene. The victim, who was conscious and sustained no visible injuries, was taken to John Muir Hospital. There was no evidence of criminal conduct. Service was delayed for fifty minutes. Trauma Response Team notified.
An officer patrolling the lot noticed a vehicle occupied by three adults in the lot. A records check revealed the car had been reported as stolen. The occupants (two males and one female) were interviewed before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility auto theft.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle (a 1994 Ford F150) in the parking lot on 5/17/15, at 2100 hours. They returned today at 1107 hours to find that someone entered their vehicle and shove a piece of metal into the ignition. The vehicle was also slightly ransacked. The reporting officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
A victim reported the theft of his blue men's 5 speed road bike (unknown brand, model or serial numbers) from the North Concord Station. The bike was parked between 0815 and 2245 hours. The bike was secured to the bike rack inside the station with a chain. Loss was reported as $50.00.
A victim reported his 1993 red Honda Civic 4 door (6TKG867 CA) was stolen while it was parked in the upper parking lot, between April 15, 2015, at 2030 hours and April 22, 2015, at 2350 hours.
Anonymous patrons to the station agent reported that there was subject who was harassing patrons. Officers contacted the subject in question and determined he was intoxicated. The subject was arrested and booked into the Martinez Jail for public intoxication.
A record check on a person detained for possible theft revealed a $30,000 arrest warrant out of San Bruno for narcotics, a $10,000 arrest warrant out of San Bruno for accessory to a crime, and a $5,000 arrest warrant out of San Bruno for failure to appear in court. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrants. There was no complaint sought for theft.
A victim reported his 2005 green Honda Accord was burglarized while it parked and locked in stall #1038 between 0630-1630 hours. The method of entry was unknown and a Panasonic stereo was taken from inside the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for prints with negative results.
A patron reported a male loading a motorcycle into the back of a pick-up and speeding out of the parking lot. The witness followed the pick-up onto the highway and saw the motorcycle fall out of the back and onto the highway. The witness was able to get the license plate of the truck and dispatch discovered that the truck was reported stolen out of Antioch. CHP noticed the truck nearby and pursued it for a separate traffic violation, but the suspect (WM, 5'9", pony tail, red flannel shirt) crashed the truck was able to flee on foot and elude capture (despite a K9 search of the area where he was last seen). The motorcycle and truck were recovered by CHP and they are handling the traffic collision investigation.
While on a train, a witness heard someone being battered. The witness turned and saw an adult woman with her eleven year old son whose nose was bleeding. Upon the arrival of officers, the witness positively identified the woman and she was placed under for domestic violence. A record check on the woman a $20,000 arrest warrant out of Alameda County and a $10,000 arrest warrant out of San Francisco both for driving under the influence. The suspect was booked for domestic violence, the warrants, and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. The juvenile was turned over to the custody of a nearby relative.
An officer and a sergeant responded to a report of a battery between two females at the station. The officers arrived and were able to detain the two parties in question . A wants check revealed that one of the subjects had a felony $25k warrant issued from the SFPD charging battery, vandalism, and possession of tear gas. The subject with the warrant was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for her warrant and for domestic battery after it was learned she was the dominant aggressor. The subject was also issued a prohibition order. The victim declined an EPO and was transported to the hospital for her injuries.
A victim reported that their Green 1995 Acura Integra was burglarized while parked in stall #897, between 0625-1700 hours. The victim’s front door was unlocked and possibly a shaved key used to defeat the lock. Loss was an ash tray containing $3.00 in change and damaged to the glove box ($25.00). Vehicle was not available to process for fingerprints.
A patron reported that their tan 1990 Honda Accord was burglarized while parked in stall #550 in the lower lot. An unknown suspect used a shaved key to enter and stole the GPS system and stereo speakers.
A victim called to make a phone report that their vehicle had been burglarized while parked in the lot on 2/18 between 0700-1850 hours. The victim was unsure how entry was made, but the interior was ransacked and some keys and a GPS were taken. The vehicle was not damaged.
An officer located a vehicle with the rear driver's side window smashed. The victim returned to the vehicle and discovered that his backpack with a laptop computer had been stolen, but nothing else in the vehicle had been disturbed. The crime occurred between 0545-1027 hours.
A victim reported their red 2004 Ford mustang was burglarized while parked at the North Concord Station. The victim parked in stall #1884 at 0800 hours and returned to their car at 2200 hours. The victim reported his door lock was punched and his Pioneer stereo was removed ($200.00). The victim reported a backpack ($50.00) and a roadside tool kit ($75.00) was removed from the car. The victim estimated the door lock replacement would cost $100.00. An officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints but did not locate any useable prints.