Officers responded to a report of a male subject harassing an employee inside the sandwich shop. The officers arrived and located the subject in question. The suspect reportedly used racial slurs against the employee and the officers determined that the offense was likely to continue. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was in possession of suspected marijuana and narcotics paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for disturbing the peace (likely to continue), possession of marijuana, and possession of narcotics paraphernalia.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a white/teal Cannondale hybrid bike white/teal, unknown serial number) to the free bike racks on today’s date at 0730 hours. The bicycle was secured with cable lock. The victim returned at 1745 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $1,200.
A victim reported her blue unknown name brand 15-speed road bike, valued at $30.00, was stolen while it was cable locked to the bicycle racks of the station on 3/15/14, between 1030-1740 hours. An officer took the report.
A victim reported the theft of his white Univega 18 speed road bike (no serial numbers) from the Pleasant Hill Station. The victim parked his bike at 0745 hours on 2/18/14 and secured his bike to the bike racks using a cable lock. The victim said the used the bike racks under the trackway and out of the station agent's view. He returned at 1835 hours and his bike was gone but he found the cut cable lock on the ground. An officer completed a phone report and requested station video.
A victim reported the theft of their green 2007 Toyota Corolla (5XBZ149) from the Pleasant Hill Station. The victim parked their vehicle in side the parking structure (unknown level or stall) at 0900 hours. They returned at 1730 hours and discovered their car was gone. An officer responded and completed a report. No evidence was left on scene.
A anonymous party reported a Black male had their pants down, exposing themselves at the Pleasant Hill Station. Officers arrived on scene and determined the Black male was a Black female and she was not exposing herself. A records/warrant check revealed the female had a "no bail" warrant for theft issued by Concord PD. The female was placed under arrest on the warrant and booked at the Martinez Detention Center. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
An officer made contact with a male subject near the bike racks. Record checks showed that the man was on probation with a full search clause. The officer searched the man and located a quantity of suspected methamphetamine and a smoking pipe. The man was arrested and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for possession of narcotics, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and probation violation.
A victim reported the theft of his black 2014 Novara Hybrid bike from the Pleasanton Hill Station. The bike was parked at 1030 hours and locked to the bike racks behind the ticket machines using a cable lock. The victim returned to the station at 1500 hours and discovered the theft. The lock and cable were taken by the suspect. The victim estimated the loss of the bike at $600.00 and additional accessories at $195.00. An officer is completing a report. The bike was entered into APS.
A victim reported her $650.00 silver and black Rei Novara 16 speed hybrid bicycle was stolen while it was cable locked at the bike racks near the station agent’s booth between 1630 hours on 1/23/14 to 0035 hours on 1/24/14.
A victim reported that he locked his bicycle (a pink 3 speed bicycle, unknown model, brand, or serial number) to the bike racks on 1/12/14, at 1800 hours. The bicycle was secured with a chain lock. The victim returned today, at 0030 hours to find his bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $400.
Two patrons reported seeing a Black male subject on the platform, wearing tan pants, a “Warriors” jacket and a backpack with a gun in his left front pocket. BART and Pleasant Hill police officers responded to search the platforms, the station, and parking structure for the suspect. An extensive search was conducted but officers were unable to locate the suspect. Trains were held for approximately 12 minutes for the search. About 45 minutes later, the station agent at Pleasant Hill reported seeing the possible suspect (who matched the original suspect description) standing in the bus zone. Officers responded and again searched for the suspect with negative results. A station agent later reported seeing the possible suspect smoking a cigarette and pacing about on the Walnut Creek platform (2) and officers responded to search for the suspect again. Trains were held out of this station as the officers coordinated a response. The officers detained the suspect in question as he walked down to the concourse level of the station from the platform. The suspect resisted the detention by trying to walk away from the officers and was taken into custody. The officers were unable to locate the gun or the subjects backpack. A sergeant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for resisting arrest. The officers were initially unable to confirm the identity of the suspect. The suspect was later positively identified and was shown to be on two counts of probation for resisting arrest and providing a false name to a peace officer. The suspect was also found to be on parole for assault with a deadly weapon. A parole hold was placed on the suspect and an additional charge of providing a false name to a peace officer was added to the booking sheet
A victim reported his 1992 red Honda Accord 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked on the 3rd level of the parking structure between 0600-2100 hours on 12/10/13. Entry into the vehicle was unknown, and a $150.00 black Pioneer AM/FM CD stereo was taken from inside the vehicle.
A patron reported that their silver 2006 BMW sedan was burglarized while parked in stall #2298, on the 7th level of the parking structure, between 0730-1900 hours. An unknown suspect gained entry by smashing the passenger window and then stole loose change, audio CD's and the vehicle registration.
A patron reported that their red 1989 Honda Prelude was burglarized while parked on the basement level of the structure, between 0700-1755 hours. An unknown suspect gained entry by forcing the driver's door lock with an unknown tool and then stole loose change from the interior of the vehicle. The suspect may have also tried to steal the car, as the ignition was slightly damaged.
Officers responded to a report of a subject intimidating the agent and other patrons. The officers detained the subject in question and discovered he had an outstanding misdemeanor $2,500 warrant issued from BART PD charging misdemeanor fare evasion. The subject was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for his warrant. A sergeant responded to debrief the suspect and approve the arrest.
A victim reported that his 2001 white Ford F-150 was broken into sometime between 11/24/13, at 1500 hours and today, at 1015 hours. The victim parked on the ground level of the parking structure. The victim vehicle’s had its rear center window smashed. The loss was car amp ($300) and various construction tools ($1,000). The reporting officer took the report and processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
A male victim parked his green 26" mountain bike (unknown model/serial numbers) at the Pleasant Hill Station on 11/18/13, at 1930 hours. The bike was secured to the bike racks, located near Oak Road, using a cable lock. The male returned on 11/19/13, at 0800 hours and discovered his bike was stolen. The cable lock was left behind but had been rained on. The officer attempted to but did not locate any prints on the cable lock.
The victim of an auto burglary, which occurred in Pleasant Hill Police jurisdiction, reported to an officer that three (3) credit cards stolen during the burglary were used at the station to purchase three BART tickets earlier in the evening, between 2000 and 2100 hours. Each card was used to purchase a $50 ticket, for a grand total of $150. The officer requested station video.
A victim reported the theft of their bicycle that occurred on 11/5/13 at the Pleasant Hill Station. The victim parked their bike at 0730 hours and secured their bike to the bike racks closest to the bike lockers, using a cable lock. The victim returned at 1730 hours to discover their bike was missing. Loss is a blue/grey GT "Avalanche" mens mountain bike (ser.#F120202928) Loss is estimated at $500.00. The phone report was taken by an officer who checked the area for evidence, but with negative results.
An officer noticed two males (one riding a bike with the other on the handlebars) riding toward the station as the officer was driving by. A short time later, the officer saw the same two males standing near the bike racks at the station. The officer made contact with the males and discovered that one of the males had a no bail warrant for petty theft. He was taken into custody for the warrant and the other male was identified and released. A detective responded to interview the arrestee, but he refused to give a statement.
A subject advised the station agent that he wanted to turn himself in for a warrant. An officer contacted the subject in question. A wants check revealed that the subject had a no bail warrant issued from the Richmond Police Department charging being under the influence of a controlled substance. The subject was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility. A sergeant approved the arrest.