The on-duty station agent called in to report a male subject who had jumped into trackway two. The male subject walked into the Richmond Yard and boarded an out-of-service train. The out-of-service train was brought back into the station platform where the subject off boarded. The subject eventually exited the station where he was contacted by an officer. The subject became confrontational and the officer used de-escalation techniques to keep the subject under control while other officers were responding to assist. The subject was found to meet the criteria for an emergency psychiatric evaluation. The subject was transported to the hospital for evaluation. TSOC notified.
The on-duty station agent called in to report a subject who was attempting to cut a bicycle lock inside the station. Dispatchers located the male subject on closed circuit video camera. The subject was monitored by camera until the officers arrived. The subject attempted to flee the area upon the arrival of officers, but was detained on the Nevin Avenue walkway. The subject was taken into custody and a search incident to arrest yielded wire cutters and a methamphetamine pipe. The subject was booked into the Contra Costa County jail for his violations.
Officers detained a subject for public intoxication. The subject had two warrants for his arrest and a stay away order from BART unless on lawful business. The subject was booked at jail for the above offenses. An officer took the report.
A male subject was reportedly breaking fire extinguishers and using fire hoses within the parking structure at the Richmond station parking structure. The subject was also reportedly throwing metal objects at vehicles. The subject was observed via CCTV spraying a fire hose and smashing a lighting fixture in the parking structure. Officers contacted the subject who was determined to meet the criteria for an emergency psychiatric hold pursuant to 5150 W&I. Three victim vehicles were located with windows smashed out and several damaged fire extinguishers. As the value of the damage was over $400, a criminal hold was placed on the subject and he will be booked once he is cleared from the hospital as he also sustained some lacerations on his arms.
A female victim reported that her boyfriend punched her while they were in the parking structure. The suspect left in a vehicle and was not located by responding officers. The victim was transported to the hospital for stomach pain. An EPO was obtained for the victim.
A victim reported that he was robbed of his cell phone by two male suspects. During the robbery, the victim was pushed down the stairs into the station. The victim suffered shoulder injuries and was transported to Kaiser Hospital for treatment. Responding officers did not locate the suspects in the area.
Four female juveniles were arrested at Richmond Station for attempting to rob patrons on a Richmond bound train. The suspects prevented victims from leaving the train and surrounded them in order to steal their cell phones. All four suspects were booked at the Contra Costa County Juvenile Hall for conspiracy to commit robbery and theft from a person, and false imprisonment.
An officer detained a suspect for fare evasion. A record’s check revealed the suspect had two warrants out of the San Clara County Sheriff’s Office for his arrest. The suspect was issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into MDF for his warrants.
An officer responded to the station after a train operator reported a female had battered her on a Daly City bound train holding on the platform. The suspect was described as a light complexion black female, 19-24 years old, 5’2” tall, and 110 pounds. The suspect was reportedly wearing a puffy black hooded jacket, dark grey shirt, black pants, ragged black shoes, and a dark color beanie. The train operator reported that the female had pushed her to get back into the train car. The train operator then reported the female wanted into the train operator’s cab to grab her purse, at which point she dumped the contents of the purse onto the floor of the train car. The train operator confirmed nothing was taken and the female fled downstairs. The officer was unable to locate the suspect upon his arrival. The train operator declined the need for medical attention and her supervisor was notified of the incident.
Officers responded to the platform after several customers reported a fight. As officers arrived on the platform, they observed one male subject attempting to punch another male subject. One officers pulled the male subject onto the ground and secured him in handcuffs. The other officers contacted and detained the second male subject. Further investigation revealed the male subject detained by initial officer was defending himself against the other male subject who was intoxicated. Officers took the second male into custody after they determined he was too intoxicated to care for himself. The second subject was released and refused to place the other male under citizen’s arrest for any additional charges. A sergeant responded to conduct the use of force investigation. The intoxicated male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked on the 5th level of the parking structure between 0800-0115 hours. The passenger's side window was smashed to gain entry and the interior was ransacked. A pair of Bose headphones were taken. 1702-1671 (Master case from earlier) L16
Officers located five burglarized vehicles on the upper levels of the parking structure. It appears that all five were entered by way of smashed window and the interior was searched for property. Only two victims reported any loss (Fastrak transponder and an owner's manual). It appears that the crimes occurred between 0700-1500 hours.
A witness reported that a suspect had just burglarized a gold 1999 Toyota Camry on the second level of the parking structure. The suspect was described as a black male wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue pants. The suspect fled on foot and was not located by responding officers. The suspect had smashed the window to gain entry and ransacked the interior, but the victim could not establish any loss.
A supervisor reported that unknown suspects had cut a hole in the fence near storage tracks #9 & 11, and that two train cars had been damaged with graffiti. An officer responded to take the report. The cars were cleaned and the fence was repaired.