An officer was on patrol and observed a White male driving a purple Honda Civic (3FDK623) with a black hood, thru the North Concord Station. Earlier the officer was contacted by a civilian who reported his purple 1994 Honda with a black hood was stolen in Concord. The officer ran the plate on the Honda and Dispatch confirmed the Honda was reported stolen out of Concord. The officer followed the Honda out of the lot and Dispatch requested additional BART, Concord and CHP units to respond. The officer followed the Honda onto the freeway and the male accelerated at a high rate of speed in an attempt to lose the officer. The male exited at San Marcos where another BART officer was waiting and he made felony traffic stop on the Honda. The male was taken into custody and the stolen Honda was recovered. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. A Detective responded to interview the male and obtained a confession from him. The male was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
A caller reported that two females and a male were involved in a heated verbal dispute in the disabled parking lot. Responding officers detained all three parties, with the assistance of Concord PD. Witnesses confirmed that no battery or other crime occurred. The adult female was released at the scene. The juvenile female was released to her parents. Record checks showed that the adult male had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for juvenile probation violation, held by the Contra Costa County Sheriff. The male was arrested for his warrant and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
A victim reported parking his silver 1997 Acura Integra in the lower lot of the station, in an unmarked stall, at 0600 hours. Upon returning to the lot, at 1632 hours, the victim found the vehicle parked in a different stall and several items missing from its trunk. An officer took the report.
A victim reported that an unknown suspect attempted to steal her white 1997 Chevrolet Silverado while it was parked in the lower parking lot, between 0630-1600 hours. The vehicle’s ignition switch was damaged and a metal piece was left in the ignition. The vehicle was most likely entered with a shaved key as there was no other damage. The victim reported no loss of property and refused to have the vehicle processed for prints by the investigating officer.
A man punched a station agent in the face after the agent inquired why he had just tossed paper all over the men’s bathroom. The agent then held down the suspect until the arrival of officers. The suspect was positively identified by the victim and placed under arrest for battery. The suspect also had a current court order prohibiting him from all BART stations. The victim suffered a minor injury to his mouth and was taken to John Muir Hospital in Walnut Creek. The suspect suffered no injuries and declined medical attention. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. OCC notified.
While responding to a report of a man exposing himself on a train, an officer witnessed a man masturbating while exposing his private parts on the train. The subject was placed under arrest for indecent exposure. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A victim reported his 1998 beige Nissan Maxima was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the lower lot between 0800-2215 hours. The method of entry was unknown and a battery was taken from under the hood of the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for prints with negative results.
A victim reported his 1994 red Nissan Pathfinder was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the lower lot between 1130-1530 hours. A shaved key was possibly used as a means of entry and miscellaneous items were taken from inside the vehicle.
A victim reported the theft of their catalytic converter from their 2007 Toyota Tundra (8A38907) while parked at the North Concord Station. The victim parked their truck at 0420 hours and returned at 1515 hours and discovered the theft. Loss was estimated over $800.00. An officer checked the vehicle for prints or evidence but with negative results.
A male victim reported that he was robbed at gunpoint while he was seated in his car in the lower parking lot. Two Hispanic males, aged 18-19 years, drove up behind the victim in a dark green, late 90's model Toyota or Nissan 4-door sedan. The suspect driver walked up to the victim and demanded money and the victim's cell phone. The victim surrendered some cash, but the suspect grabbed the victim's wallet and a struggle ensued. The suspect then brandished a black semi-automatic handgun and took the victim's wallet and cell phone. A second suspect opened the victim's passenger door and stole a briefcase containing cash and other personal items. Both suspects then fled in the vehicle. The armed suspect was described as being 5'6" tall, with a light complexion and a ponytail, wearing a long black tee shirt. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects or their vehicle in the area. Attempts to track the victim's cell phone proved unsuccessful. The victim suffered bruises to his face. All suspect information was shared with neighboring agencies.
Several patrons were sitting outside next to their car in the reserve parking section upper lot when 3 male suspects approached them on foot. The main suspect then began to strike the victim in the head with a crowbar. The suspects then fled on foot. The area was searched for external video. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries and was transported to the hospital.
An officer responded to a report of fight between a male and a female in the lower parking lot. Upon further investigation, it was determined the subjects were in a dating relationship and the male had grabbed the female in an attempt to keep her from leaving the station. Although there were no injuries and neither party wanted to file a complaint, the male was deemed the dominant aggressor and placed under arrest for domestic battery. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A BART Officer responded to investigate a report of a runaway. He located the 15 year old female runaway and she reported the following. She met a 19 year old male on an internet chat line. He picked her up from her home and drove her to the North Concord Station where the above act (crime) was committed. The suspect was not located. He is described as being Hispanic driving a white SUV. The victim was released to her father.
A victim's daughter parked his red 1991 Jeep Grand Cherokee (6AMP645) at the Concord Station on 3/2/14, 0800 hours. The victim was contacted by CHP on 3/3/14 at 1030 hours, because his vehicle was found parked in Pittsburg. The victim did not give anyone permission to move his vehicle from the station. CHP requested BART PD to enter the vehicle as stolen and they would recover the vehicle. An officer completed the theft report.
Officers detained a subject for public intoxication. Due to his level of intoxication, the officers determined the subject was unable to care for his own safety and placed him under arrest. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then booked into the county jail for public intoxication.
A female victim parked her green 1996 Honda Accord (3SXP857) in the upper lot of the North Concord Station at 0950 hours, on 1/27/14. She returned on 1/31/14, at 1056 hours and discovered the driver's door was open and the ignition to her Honda was damaged. The Honda will not start and the car will be towed to a shop for repairs. The victim refused to have the vehicle fingerprinted. No reported loss. Entry appears to have been made by cheating the door lock and caused damage to the lock. Amount of damage is unknown at this time.
A male victim reported a man struck him several times with a guitar while they were in the upper parking lot. The victim sustained cuts to the head, nose, mouth, and ribcage as a result of the assault, and was transported to Mt. Diablo Hospital. The victim stated the suspect was well-known to him and the suspect drove off in a 1988 red Toyota Camry (7BRF575 CA). A sergeant arrived at the scene to interview the victim, who wished to pursue charges against the suspect. Video requested.
A victim reported her vehicle was burglarized while it was parked and locked between 0430-1400 hours. The driver door lock was jammed, and the registration, vehicle manual, iPod, $340.00 GPS, and garage door opener were stolen from inside the car.
A victim reported that she parked his 2007 Dodge Charger in the lower parking lot on 01/13/14, at 0645 hours. She returned the same day at 1800 hours and discovered that the interior of her vehicle had been ransacked and purse removed from the trunk. The point of entry is unknown at this point and there was no damage to her vehicle.