A patron reported a vehicle on the 5th level of the parking garage with a smashed window. An officer responded and located a total of three vehicles (one on the 5th, 6th and 7th level of the structure) with windows smashed. All three had been ransacked. The officer processed all three for evidence and left notes for the owners to contact us upon their return. One owner returned and reported that the vehicle was parked at 2200 hours on 4/27 and that a pair of sunglasses, a jacket and a backpack was missing.
A victim reported the theft of their (silver colored) unknown name brand men’s mountain bike, valued at $70.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 0745 hours on 4/14/16 and 0745 hours on 4/18/16. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
A victim reported that his vehicle was burglarized while parked in the lot between 1600 hours on 4/15 and 1245 hours on 4/16. The passenger side window and wing window were smashed to gain entry and a backpack with a computer and credit cards were taken. The credit cards had been used at the nearby Safeway store, so the officer retrieved video from the store. The vehicle was also processed for evidence.
Officers conducted a welfare check on a female who was sleeping in the bus zone of the station. The female became combative during the contact resulting in the officers having to use physical force to control her and place her into handcuffs. The female was subsequently placed on a psychiatric detention and transported the hospital for evaluation. The Sergeant responded for the use of force investigation.
Officers responded to a report a female pushing her boyfriend against the bulkhead of the train. The female was placed under arrest for battery. The female made suicidal statements and was placed on an emergency psychiatric detention. Battery charges are pending. The female will be issued a prohibition order when booked.
A victim reported their Cannondale 12 speed road bike (unknown serial numbers) was stolen from the Pleasant Hill Station, between 1115-2100 hours. The bike was secured to the bike rack with a U-Lock.
Patrons aboard a Pittsburg-bound train arriving at the station reported an unknown object striking and shattering a train-car window; no injuries were reported. Officers responded, but were unable to locate any potential suspects. The incident train was taken out of service, and repaired at the nearby BART yard. The train window appeared to have been damaged by a blunt object, possibly a rock, which did not penetrate the car’s interior. Based upon a witness statement, the investigating officer canvassed the area where the incident most likely occurred - for potential video evidence. As a result of this incident, train service on the C-line was delayed for approximately 8 minutes. TSOC notified.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked on the top floor between 1700 hours on 2/27 and 1800 hours on 2/28. The passenger window was smashed to make entry and a laptop was taken.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked on the 6th floor of the parking structure. The passenger window was smashed to gain entry between 0730 hours on 2/26 and 0915 hours on 2/28 and a bag of clothing was taken.
A victim reported the theft of their blue 1997 Honda Accord while it was parked in the structure’s 3rd level between 0540 and 1858 hours. A community service officer responded and completed a report.
A victim reported the theft of their red (unknown name brand) men’s 21-speed road bike, valued at $149.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 1000 and 1830 hours. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
A patron reported that their wallet was snatched from their hand by a suspect while the victim was near the parking structure. The suspect was described as a while male in his late teens, 5'4" tall, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. The suspect fled on foot toward Oak Road and was not located by responding officers. 1601-3078 L18_
A victim reported that their green Toyota Forerunner was burglarized while parked in the third level of the parking structure, stall 2883, between 0705 and 1800 hours. The vehicle’s driver’s door lock was defeated to gain entry and its ignition damaged in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle. The investigating officer responded, processed an item of evidence for fingerprints and completed a report.
While patrolling the station, an officer located a white 2001 Ford Ranger truck with its front passenger window smashed and passenger compartment ransacked. The officer was unable to determine whether any items were taken, but processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
Officers detained a male suspect for fare evasion. During the detention, the suspect refused to cooperate with lawful commands to the point where the officers used physical force to attempt to place him in handcuffs. The suspect, however, physically resisted their efforts and a struggle ensued. A segeant responded during this time and assisted in placing the suspect into handcuffs. Shortly after being handcuffed, the suspect further resisted officers’ efforts to place him in the rear of a patrol car. Paramedics eventually arrived at the station and treated the suspect, who claimed he was injured but who then declined further medical attention. Subsequently, the suspect was booked into the county jail for resisting arrest and issued a citation for fare evasion. A lieutenant responded to perform the use of force investigation. Two of the involved officers sustained minor injuries as result of this incident.