Officers responded to the Orinda Station for a report of a male (Patrick Masai, 41 years, Oakland) threatening patrons aboard a Bay Point bound train. Officers located Masai at the Orinda Station and he attempted to walk away from the officers. Masai began to physically struggle with the officers and battered one officer. Force was used to stop Masai's resistance and to take him into custody. Masai was booked into jail and received a prohibition order.
Officers responded to the Orinda Station for a report of domestic battery at the Orinda Station. Officers determined both parties (Sean Fulgham, 27 years, Sacramento & Curtisha Dorton, 28 years, San Pablo) assaulted each other and were booked into jail. Both suspects were issued prohibition orders.
A station agent called to report an intoxicated a female in the station yelling at patrons. Officers determined she was too intoxicated to care for herself. She was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for public intoxication.
Three additional burglarized vehicles (2010 Cadillac Escalade, 2010 Audi A5, and a 2017 BMW 540i) were located at the Orinda Station. The burglaries occurred between 0630-1700 hours. The windows were smashed and the interiors were searched.
A victim reported their 2017 Toyota Highlander was burglarized while parked at the Orinda Station, between 0730-1500 hours. The front passenger window was smashed and the interior was searched but no reported loss.
A male victim was robbed of his duffel bag after two suspects (BMs, 20s, no further description) pushed him down in the parking lot. The suspects fled in a black Jeep Cherokee and were not located. The victim refused medical attention.
A male victim was robbed of $500 by a female suspect (WF, 40s, 5'4", white shirt with the word "pink" on it) who brandished a knife and punched him. The suspect fled and was not located and the victim refused medical attention.
An officer responded to the Orinda Station for a report of a male creating a disturbance. The male was detained and determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself. The male was booked into jail.
A customer used the BART Watch application to report a man who was yelling in an aggressive manner and coming very close to the trackway while on the platform at Pleasant Hill. Several other customers called in to report the male was acting erratic and may possibly be under the influence of drugs or alcohol after the subject boarded a train. Officers intercepted the train at Orinda Station and contacted the male subject. The officers determined the male was under the influence of alcohol and unable to care for himself. The male was found to have outstanding warrants, as well as a stay away order from BART. The male was booked into Contra Costa County jail for all his violations.
A victim reported the theft of their catalytic converter from their vehicle while it was parked at the station. The vehicle was parked at approximately 1530 hours and the owner returned at approximately 2259 hours.
Officers arrested a suspect in possession of stolen property after being detained for suspected auto burglary. A witness on-viewed the suspect in the vehicle. An Officer interviewed the suspect, who admitted going into the unlocked vehicle and taking property out of the car. The suspect was taken to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.
The victim reported that their gold-colored 2003 Acura TL’s catalytic converter was stolen while the vehicle was parked at the station, stall #720, between 1000 and 2030 hours on 3/2/17. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
The victim reported that their silver-colored 2017 Honda CRV’s catalytic converter was stolen, between 0730 and 2100 hours on 2/28/17, while the vehicle was parked in the station’s east lot. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
Two vehicles were burglarized, between 1545-2115 hours. The victim vehicles were a gray 2009 BMW 128, and a blue Jeep Cherokee. An unknown suspect smashed the rear windows to gain entry and stole an iPad, a wallet and backpack from inside.