A male suspect detained by an officer for reportedly creating a disturbance at the station was found to be in violation of a BART prohibition order (trespassing); he was also found to be in violation of his court probation. The suspect was then arrested for both violations and booked into the county jail.
Officers were in the parking structure when they saw a male riding his bike in the structure, wearing rubber gloves. They contacted the male, who gave a false name. One of the officers searched the male and located a burglary tool and methamphetamine. The male was also found to be on probation and had two $25,000 warrants for burglary and a $100,000 warrant for transporting a controlled substance. An area check revealed a burglarized vehicle on the top level of the parking structure. The window was smashed and the interior was ransacked, but nothing was taken (according to the victim). The suspect refused to give a statement, so he was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the warrants, possession of burglary tools and methamphetamine and a probation violation.
Officers detained a suspect for removing a tire and attempting to cut a lock off bicycles which were secured to the racks at the station. The suspect was found to be in possession of burglary tools and was in violation of his probation for theft. The suspect was arrested and booked for theft, possession of burglary tools and violation of probation.
Officer took a telephone report from a victim who reported a burglary to their vehicle while it was parked in stall #2319 at the station. The victim parked their vehicle, a 2003 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck, at approximately 0800 hours on 2/23/2017 and returned to their vehicle at approximately 1800 hours on 2/24/2017. Entry to the vehicle was made by smashing the rear window. The victim stated the vehicle was ransacked, however reported he did not notice anything missing.
A patron reported that their black 2015 Nissan Altima was burglarized while parked in stall #207 on the 6th floor of the structure, between 1530-2100 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the right front window to gain entry and stole $1 from the cup holder.
The victim reported the theft of their silver-colored Critical brand bicycle, valued $100.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 0700 and 1320 hours. A community service officer responded to take the report.
The female victim reported that while aboard a train, approaching the station, a black male suspect seated across from her began masturbating. Officers intercepted the train at the station and detained the suspect without incident. Based upon the victim’s citizen’s arrest, the suspect was placed under arrest, issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for indecent exposure.
A sergeant responded to the station on a report of two adult males preparing to fight. Upon arrival, the sergeant could hear loud yelling coming from the platform. The sergeant proceeded to the platform where he located the suspect, who was highly agitated. As the sergeant attempted contact with the suspect, he ran after the victim who had just thrown the suspect’s bike onto the platform. The sergeant yelled for the suspect to stop, but he did not comply. The sergeant saw that the suspect had mounted the victim in the stairwell between the platform and concourse levels. The suspect was actively punching the victim, so the sergeant gave the suspect several verbal commands to stop. The suspect did not comply, so the sergeant used force to bring the suspect under control. The victim sustained minor facial injuries. The suspect received minor injuries as a result of the use of force. Medical was summoned for both parties, but the both declined treatment. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Jail on the above listed charges. The Watch Commander responded to conduct the use of force investigation.
A victim reported the theft of their black and blue Specialized 12-speed from the bike racks. The bike was secured with a cable lock at 0815 hours and when the victim returned at 1915 hours the bike was gone.
A victim reported that he was robbed and beaten by two suspects at the station. The suspects were described as two white males in their 20's, both with bikes. Officers responded and located the victim laying in the access road, with cuts to his face. An initial area check for the suspects was unsuccessful. The victim was transported to John Muir Hospital for treatment. A short time later, Pleasant Hill PD officers detained two males matching the suspect description in their city. The suspects were in possession of the victim's cell phone and made statements connecting them with the attack at the BART station. BART officers took over the investigation and determined that the suspects robbed the victim of a bag of children's toys. They then returned and further battered the victim, taking his cell phone. Both suspects were arrested for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Both were issued prohibition orders and were booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers contacted a male suspect for drinking alcohol on the platform. Record checks showed that the man had four outstanding no-bail arrest warrants for auto theft, burglary, theft and battery on a peace officer, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office and Richmond PD. The man was arrested for his outstanding warrants and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
A patron reported that their white 2013 Lexus hatchback was burglarized between 0730-2325 hours, while parked in stall #2552. An unknown suspect smashed the right rear window to gain entry and ransacked the interior. The victim could not identify any property loss.
A female suspect was reportedly drinking alcohol on the train. An officer contacted her and determined that she was too intoxicated to care for herself. She resisted being arrested and had to be physically restrained. She was eventually booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for public intoxication. No one was injured as a result of the struggle.
A BART station agent reported that while working on the Concord Line, they lost their work keys between 0115 and 2300 hours on 10/30/16. An officer responded to take the report. TSOC notified.
An off duty Contra Costa County Sheriff observed a heated verbal exchange between a black male and a white male. During the exchange the white male brandished a knife. A BART Officer arrived to investigate. The suspect was not located and the victim refused police service.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked on the basement level of the parking structure between 1300 hours on 10/27 and 0420 hours on 10/28. The rear driver's side window was smashed to gain entry and some tools and miscellaneous personal items were taken. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
The victim's 13' Scion was burglarized between the hours of 0800 on 10/21/16 and 1530, today's date. The vehicle was parked on the 6th level of the structure in stall #2538, and had both front windows smashed out. Loss was reportedly a black iPhone charger and a garage door remote. The victim declined to have their vehicle processed for evidence.
A victim reported their 1997 Toyota 4Runner was burglarized while parked at the Pleasant Hill Station, between 0620-1910 hours. Loss a sleeping bag, registration and insurance information.