A victim reported his orange $250.00 Raleigh 10-speed men’s road bike was stolen while it was secured in the free area bicycle racks with a U-Lock and a cable lock, between 0900 hours on 4/3/14 and 2100 hours on 4/7/14. An officer investigated the case.
A patron parked, locked and left their car in stall 635 on 3-14-14 at 1600 hours. On the same date at 1830 hours, the patron returned and discovered that their vehicle had been stolen. The victim vehicle is a 2005 Audi A4 4-Door white, (5NHD541).
A victim reported that they locked their blue $150 Kona brand 27 speed road bike to the free area bike racks on 2/14/14, at 0700 hours. The bicycle was secured with a cable lock and U-lock. The victim returned the same day at 1700 hours to find their bike missing. An officer took the report.
A victim reported the theft of her prescription glasses that occurred on 2/15/14. The victim boarded a Milbrae bound train at Rockridge and placed her $1200.00 prescription glasses inside her purse and zipped the purse shut. When she arrived at the Powell Street Station, she found her purse was unzipped and the glasses were gone. The loss is a pair of red "Silhouette" progressive lens prescription glasses, $1,200. The victim does not remember the number of the train car she was aboard at the time of the theft. An officer completed a phone report and requested video from the Powell Street Station.
A taxi driver reported that two white male suspects might be attempting to steal bikes from the bike racks near the taxi stand. An officer was at the station and detained both the suspects. Record checks showed that one of the suspects had an outstanding, no-bail arrest warrant for a narcotics violation, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department. The man was arrested on his warrant. Incident to arrest, a small amount of suspected methamphetamine and burglary tools were found on the man's person. The suspect with the warrant was ultimately booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for his warrant, possession of burglary tools and possession of narcotics. It could not be established that a bike theft occurred. The second male was released after being identified.
Several witnesses reported a man yelling and vomiting inside a train car. The male continued to act irrational, causing the train operator to off board patrons. The man said he had just lost his son and was distraught. An officer arrived at the scene, and had to activate his TASER in order to subdue the person. A sergeant responded to the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation. The subject was taken by medical personnel to Highland Hospital prior to being transported to John George Psychiatric Hospital for an evaluation. The train was held for 37 minutes.
A BART Station Agent reported a fare evader had entered the station. The suspect was located on a train and did not have a ticket. The female was detained and a records/warrant check revealed the female had a 100K warrant For assault issued by Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The suspect was issued a citation for fare evasion and was booked on the warrant at the Santa Rita Jail. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
A victim (R. Perry) reported two males robbed him at gunpoint while in the parking lot. The victim stated one of the suspects pointed a gun at him and took his iPhone laptop and bag. The two suspects fled the area toward Miles Avenue. The phone had no tracking device.
Officers responded to the Rockridge Station for a report of a robbery that just occurred. The victim reported that a Black male suspect in his 20’s with dreadlocks wearing a green sweater tried to steal his phone. At one point the suspect punched the victim in the face. Medical was summoned for the victim who received injuries to his face as a result of the incident. There was no report of weapons being used. Officers conducted an area check but were unable to locate the suspect.
A victim reported her 2006 black Lexus SUV was burglarized while it was parked and locked install #411 between 1145-1800 hours. The rear window was smashed, and a $1,800 set of golf clubs was taken from inside her vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
A BART Officer intercepted a Bay Point bound train at the Rockridge Station. He was investigating a report of a suspect creating a disturbance. Unidentified patrons pointed out the suspect. The officer determined that the suspect was intoxicated in public. A Sgt approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect. On scene, the suspect refused to identify himself. A BART Officer transported the suspect to the Glenn Dyer Jail where it was discovered that the suspect had a California Department of Corrections no bail felony warrant for a parole violation.
Officers responded to a report of a subject on a Daly City bound train who was flashing a knife around, scaring patrons. Officers located the subject in question and discovered he had an outstanding $10k misdemeanor warrant charging vandalism. The subject was arrested, but was transported for psychiatric evaluation before he is to be booked for the warrant. There was no merit to the allegation that the subject had brandished the knife in a threatening manner and there was no one who wished to press charges.
A victim reported the theft of her yellow mountain bike (unknown brand) from the bike racks. The bike was secured with a cable lock on 10/5 at 1200 hours and when the victim returned at 2200 hours on 10/6, the bike and lock were gone.
A security guard called to report a male trying car door handles in the lot. The suspect was then seen accessing the truck of a vehicle. He then entered the station, where he was contacted by responding officers. The security guard was able to identify the male as the same person he had seen accessing the trunk of a vehicle. The suspect was in possession of a bag with miscellaneous items. Officers located the victim vehicle, but could not determine how entry was gained, as there was no damage. The suspect was searched, but found to not be in possession of any tools. Officers were able to contact the victim vehicle's owner and the owner described the bag as coming from his trunk. The victim was unsure if he had secured the vehicle before leaving it. The suspect is on probation, so a probation search of his residence is being planned. He will then be interviewed by detectives before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the petty theft and a probation violation.
A victim witnessed a man burglarizing his 1997 blue Dodge truck while it was parked and locked in stall #488 at approximately 1345 hours. The suspect exited the vehicle and fled from the parking lot toward Clifton and Miles Streets. The driver side window was smashed, and two cell phones were taken from inside the vehicle. A search for the suspect by officers proved negative. The scene was processed for evidence. Video requested.
A BART employee reported a male and a female in a dispute at the station. Officers arrived and contacted both parties, who are known to each other. The female, who has a current stay away order keeping the male away from her, said that the male had come to her home and got into her car with her. They drove to the station where the suspect grabbed her phone from her. The female yelled for help to get her phone back. A records check confirmed that the male was ordered by the court to stay away from the female. The phone was not recovered. The male was transported to the Glenn Dyer Jail and booked for violation of a court order and grand theft from a person.
A patron parked, locked, and left their vehicle at 1400 hours. The patron returned at 1530 hours and discovered that their vehicle had been stolen. The vehicle is a Mini Cooper brown in color. It was parked in stall 227.
A victim reported his 2004 blue Ford Expedition SUV was burglarized while it was parked and unlocked at the station between 1730-2000 hours. A $60.00 Samsung cell phone, a black $150.00 Samsung Galaxy cell phone, a $500.00 Toshiba laptop, a $300.00 Sony digital camera, and a green wallet containing several credit cards were taken from inside the vehicle. The victim refused to have his vehicle processed for evidence.