After receiving a report of a suspect trying door handles in the lot at the Richmond Station, dispatchers were able to watch (via camera/monitor) as the suspect smashed the window of his second victim vehicle. Dispatchers directed responding officers to the male juvenile suspect, who was still inside the victim vehicle. An adult female suspect tried to flee the scene in her vehicle, but she was also arrested by responding officers. The juvenile was issued a citation and released to his parents and the female adult was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers responded to a report of an adult male possibly under the influence of drugs/alcohol. Officers determined the subject able to care for himself but discovered cocaine in his possession. The subject was booked for possession of cocaine and he was additionally held as a parole violator.
A male suspect temporarily grabbed a female victim's iPod while they were both aboard a train on the Richmond platform. After a brief struggle, the victim regained control of her iPod. The suspect fled in an unknown direction at the next station.
An adult male patron exited the station and walked to his vehicle in the Barrett Street lot. As he opened his car door, a group of young males confronted him. One suspect pointed a handgun at the victim's stomach while a second suspect went through the victim's pockets, taking his wallet, a chain and bag containing personal items. A third suspect punched the victim's face. The suspects fled and responding officers were unable to locate them.
A male teenager was the victim of a strong-arm robbery committed by three male teenagers. The suspects were detained by Richmond PD. The loss, later recovered, was an i-pod. BART PD arrested the suspects for robbery and transported them to juvenile hall.
An adult male detained for fare evasion was also found to be on parole. A parole search yielded a knife in his possession. The subject's parole officer was notified and he requested that the former be taken into custody for violating the terms of his parole.
Officers responded to the Richmond Station to investigate a report of an auto burglary in-progress in the parking lot. Officers detained the adult male suspect near the station and recovered property stolen from the vehicle. The suspect was on parole and was arrested and booked for the burglary.
A male juvenile was on the MacDonald Avenue side of the station when he was approached by a larger adult male suspect. The suspect asked the victim if he could use the victim's iphone. When the victim allowed the suspect to use the phone, the suspect began walking away with it. When the victim complained, the suspect punched the victim's ear, and continued walking away. Arriving officers were unable to locate the suspect.
A patron was robbed of his iPhone in the Barrett St. parking lot. The suspect, an adult male, was armed with a knife. A possible suspect was detained but the victim was unable to positively identify him as the responsible.
An adult male was holding a lap top and standing near the MacDonald Avenue bus zone. A 15 year old male suspect grabbed the lap top and ran. An officer heard the victim screaming and saw the suspect fleeing. The officer caught the suspect, returned the victim's lap top, and later released the suspect to a guardian. The victim is undecided if he wishes to pursue a complaint.
A juvenile female reported that she was hit in the face with a plastic bottle by an adult male suspect who had been bothering her. The victim got off the train at the El Cerrito Plaza station and reported the incident. The train was searched at the Richmond station and the suspect was located and detained. During the detention, officers discovered that the suspect was wanted for a felony narcotics warrant. The victim was brought to the Richmond station where she positively identified the suspect and placed him under citizen's arrest for battery. The suspect was booked for the battery and the warrant. The victim was not injured during the incident.
An officer observed an adult male suspect yelling loudly at his pregnant girlfriend. When the officer approached, the suspect turned his aggression toward the officer and violently resisted the officer's efforts to control him. It took the efforts of three officers to gain control of the extremely violent suspect, who was booked.
An adult male victim allowed a teen-aged male suspect to use his cell phone. When the victim asked the suspect to return his phone, the suspect threatened the victim with physical violence, kept the phone, and fled the station prior to the arrival of responding officers.
An adult male was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot. The victim was approached by two males in their twenties, one of whom brandished a handgun and demanded money, while the other rifled through his pockets and removed $90 in cash. The victim also lost his wedding ring and a necklace. Both suspects fled on foot.
A citizen reported that his cellular phone was stolen by a subject who initially borrowed it. The subject, who was in the company of five other males, all in their late teens, refused to return it to the victim who was helpless in retrieving it. The group fled on foot towards Nevin St.
A 40-year-old man told a BART police officer at El Cerrito del Norte station that he had been the victim of an armed robbery by two men in Richmond. A BART police sergeant conducting an area search detained a 21-year-old suspect who was positively identified by the victim. The suspect was turned over to Richmond PD.
I warrant check on a male subject detained for fare evasion revealed three no-bail arrest warrants for domestic violence, violation of a court order, and contempt of court. The subject was arrested and booked at the Martinez County jail. 0809-1310. S32.
A pregnant woman was punched in her stomach and robbed of her purse by a male-teenage suspect. The suspect was accompanied by 3-5 other male teenagers, all of whom fled the scene on foot. The victim was transported to a hospital for an examination.
A citizen reported being the victim of a strongarm robbery in the parking lot. The suspects were described as three males, 17-18 yrs. of age. The victim stated that he was able to retrieve his property but was otherwise uncooperative in providing further information, declining to have an officer take a report.
The station agent at the Richmond Station received an anonymous report that three juvenile male suspects, one armed with a handgun, had just robbed a transient in the area of the Barrett parking lot. No victim came forward and no suspects were located. The Richmond Police Department was also notified of the information.
Victim was sitting on bench on the Barrett side of the Richmond station. Victim was approached by two adult black males who assaulted him and took his back pack. Victim resisted and was then shown the handle of a gun that was concealed in the waist band of one of the suspects. Both suspects then fled the area on foot. Responding officers conducted an area search, with negative results. Victim declined medical.