A victim reported the theft of their lime green and white Schwinn 700 21-speed men's bike from the bike racks. The bike was secured to the rack with a U-lock and two cable locks on 9/16 at 1900 hours and when the victim returned at 0200 hours on 9/17, the bike was gone.
An officer responded to a report of a subject drinking beer and urinating on a train. The officer arrived, located the subject, and determined he was intoxicated. The subject was arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication.
A victim reported his 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer was burglarized while parked at the San Leandro Station, between 0820-1900 hours. The suspect punched the door lock on the passenger side front door and removed the stereo (Sony CD Player, $80.00) from inside the vehicle. The ignition was damaged so it appears the suspect attempted to steal the car. An officer dusted the car for prints but did not locate any.
Officers were called to an intoxicated female who had fallen in the bus zone. The female was transported by ambulance to the hospital for treatment. While at the hospital, the female reported that she had been sexually assaulted the night before, but did not remember where the assault had occurred. She was sure the crime was not committed on BART property, but she could not say in which jurisdiction it occurred. Officers responded to the hospital and began the preliminary investigation. The Investigations Unit will conduct the follow up investigation.
A male suspect detained by an officer for reportedly panhandling was found to have an outstanding “no bail” state parole violation warrant for his arrest. The officer placed the suspect under arrest for the warrant, and a search of his property incident to the arrest revealed he was also in possession of a small amount of suspected cocaine. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrant and narcotics possession.
San Francisco Police Officers contacted BART Officers and advised they had tracked a murder suspect from their city to BART. Subsequently, trains were held at four different stations in Oakland and San Leandro. Finally, at about 2214 hours, San Francisco Officers arrested the suspect at the corner of Davis St., near station’s north parking lot without incident. BART Police officers were not directly involved in the arrest, but assisted the San Francisco officers with a uniform presence after the arrest. As a result of this incident, train holds totaled approximately 30-40 minutes in train delays.
A victim reported their 2006 Nissan Altima 4 door was burglarized while parked at the San Leandro Station, between 0807-0015 hours. The front driver's side window was smashed and the interior was ransacked. loss was a jacket and $375.00 headphones. The vehicle was processed for prints but with negative results.
A victim reported their black 2014 Audi A5 was burglarized while parked at the San Leandro Station, between 0700-2335 hours. The front window was smashed and the interior was ransacked but no loss was reported by the victim. The vehicle was processed for prints but with negative results.
A record check on a driver detained on a traffic stop revealed an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of Alameda County for reckless driving. The subject was cited and placed under arrest on the warrant.
A male victim reported that while on the number 2 platform of the station, waiting for a train to arrive and talking on his cell phone, his laptop bag was stolen. The victim, who is legally blind, stated the bag was resting next to him prior to the theft and he did not realize it had been stolen until he stood up to board a train. The bag contained prescription medication valued at more than $1300.00, in addition to personal hygiene items. The investigating officer requested station video.
The following vehicles were burglarized while parked at the station: • Red 2005 Dodge Neon /driver’s door window smash /no loss • Green Toyota Corolla /driver’s door window smash/no loss An officer investigated the burglaries.
Officers responded to a report of a disturbance on the platform. A male and female were acting erratically and trains were advised to use caution when approaching the station. Officers detained both parties and determined that the female was a danger to herself as the result of a mental condition. They detained her after a brief struggle. The female was transported to San Leandro Hospital for emergency psychiatric detention. The male was released at the scene.
BART Central reported a suspicious female who may have been being chased by another female at the station. An officer arrived and located a victim who said that the female suspect had bumped into her and took an envelope containing her tax forms. As the officer was getting the information from the victim, San Leandro Police Officers, who had also been dispatched to the area for a report of a female who had broken a window in their city and fled into the station, detained the female suspect on the platform. The suspect was found to be in possession of the victim's envelope, as well as a bag belonging to a male who was reporting his bag being stolen from a train earlier. The earlier victim had fallen asleep on the train and didn't see who took his bag from the floor of the train. The female suspect was interviewed by a detective before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for grand theft from a person and possession of stolen property. San Leandro PD decided to seek a separate criminal complaint for the broken window in their jurisdiction.
A victim witnessed her 1992 dark blue Honda Accord 4 door (5VIL203 CA) being driven from the south parking lot as she was approaching the vehicle at 1750 hours. Officers searched the area for the vehicle with negative results.
A record check on person contacted for a welfare check revealed an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of San Francisco for violation of sex registration. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant.
A victim reported the theft of their blue Duely-brand men’s 24-speed mountain bike, valued at $400, while it was cable locked at the station, between 1215 and 1900 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.