While patrolling the main parking lot, an officer saw a suspicious male suddenly exit a Toyota Prius. The Officer ran the license plate and was informed that the vehicle was reported stolen. The Officer then took the suspect into custody at the corner of San Leandro Blvd and Davis St The suspect was booked into Santa Rita Jail. A sergeant responded to debrief the suspect and conduct a use of force investigation.
The hot dog vendor reported that a White male adult punched him on the left side of his face, took money from his food cart and fled on Juana Street. The investigating officer searched for the suspect, but was unable to locate him. The victim, who declined medical attention, further described the suspect as standing 6’1”; weighing 250 lbs.; green eyes; brown hair; wearing a black hoodie, black hat, black pants and red shoes.
A victim reported a man approached him in the parking lot at 2000 hours on 10/18/14, showed him a gun that he had in his waistband, and then took a watch and a cellphone from the victim. The suspect fled from the station in an unknown direction. There were no injuries.
A victim reported her 2012 gray Mazda truck was burglarized while it was parked and locked in lot D stall #538 between 0810-1430 hours. The rear window was smashed and a $50.00 emergency kit was taken from inside the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for prints with negative results.
A victim reported her 2000 silver Honda Accord 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #1067 between 0900-1920 hours. The front passenger door window was smashed and the interior of the vehicle was ransacked. The vehicle was processed for prints with negative results.
BART’s Central supervisor saw an adult male subject, via security camera, standing on the edge of the San Francisco platform. Due to the subject’s unsafe position on the platform, three ‘public address’ announcements were made requesting that he move away from the edge. The subject, however, did not comply with the request so train service into the station was halted/delayed for 4-5 minutes as a sergeant and an officer responded. On their arrival, the sergeant and the officer contacted the subject as he continued to stand on the edge of the platform, facing the trackway and leaning forward. A records check of the subject revealed he had five (5) previous contacts/arrests for interfering with the safe operation of BART trains. The Central supervisor placed the subject under citizen’s arrest for interfering with train operations and the sergeant approved the arrest. The subject was then booked into the county jail for the (misdemeanor) crime as it was deemed likely to continue. TSOC notified.
BART Central advised the ISRC that a "child" was reportedly underneath a train on track #2. BART Police and medical personnel responded to the scene. Fire personnel located a deceased adult female victim underneath the train. The station was closed for the investigation and bus bridges were established. The Alameda County Coroner's Office responded to the station to recover the victim. The station was closed for approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes. Normal service was restored at 1146 hours. The Trauma Response Team was activated and TSOC notified.
A safety monitor was assaulted by a male suspect at the San Leandro Station. The suspect pushed and spat in the victim's face. Officers arrived on scene and detained the suspect. It was determined the suspect also had been drinking and was intoxicated. The suspect was placed under citizen's arrest for battery by the victim and was placed under arrest for public intoxication. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. A sergeant approved the arrest and the suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A victim reported that they parked their vehicle (a 2000 Toyota Forerunner, 4JPF791) in South lot on 10/20/14, at 0700 hours. They returned at 1600 hours to find their catalytic converter missing. An officer took the report. Vehicle was at repair shop and was not available to process for evidence.
While on patrol, an officer contacted a juvenile for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. After giving several false names, a record check of the juvenile’s real name revealed an outstanding protective custody warrant. The juvenile was cited for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and transported to the Alameda County assessment center. A complaint via the juvenile court will be sought for providing false identity to a police officer.
A victim reported the theft of their (silver colored) unknown brand, model 700c, 21-speed road bike while it was U-locked to the primary racks, located at the front of the station, between 0740-1200 hours. The victim valued the bike at $500.00. An officer responded and completed a report.
A patron reported that their green Diamondback 18-speed mountain bike was stolen from the main racks between 2130-2145 hours. The victim secured the bike with a cable lock while he went into the station to use the restroom.
While on patrol, an officer contacted a suspicious adult male in a vehicle, which was parked in the south lot of the station. The subject told the officer he was on narcotics-related probation, which was later confirmed, and gave the officer permission to search the vehicle. While searching the vehicle, the officer found suspected methamphetamine and placed the subject under arrest for possessing the narcotic and for violating the terms of his probation. A sergeant approved the arrest and performed the post-arrest debrief. The subject was subsequently booked into the county jail for narcotics and probation violations.
A victim reported the theft of their green $80.00 men’s mountain bike while it was cable locked to the south bike racks of the station, between 9/13/14, at 1030 hours, and 9/14/14, at 1430 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
A victim reported his 2001 silver Honda Accord 2 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #44 between 1100-2050 hours. The method of entry was unknown and a stereo (make and model unknown) was taken from inside the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for prints with negative results.
A female reported that she was sexually battered by a man aboard a Fremont Bound train near Macarthur. The male touched the victim's breasts and buttocks. The suspect off-boarded at the Macarthur station and the victim stayed on-board the train. The suspect was described as a Black male, 50-60s, thin dark complexion, wearing a black jacket, black pants, white tennis shoes and holding a birthday bag. The victim took three photos of the suspect and will send the photos to the officer. The victim did not sustain injuries during the battery. An officer completed a sexual battery report.
An officer on patrol near Bay Fair Station saw a vehicle driving erratically on city streets. The vehicle had fresh collision damage and it appeared the driver was under the influence of an intoxicant. The officer attempted to stop the driver for investigation of DUI, but the driver failed to stop. The suspect drove to his nearby residence at about 10 mph and officers detained him in front of his home. The vehicle's airbags had deployed and there were open containers of alcohol inside. Record checks showed that the driver was on probation for DUI out of Alameda County and that his license was suspended. San Leandro PD responded, but ultimately declined to take over the investigation. The driver was arrested for DUI and was booked at Santa Rita Jail after being medically cleared. The location of the collision could not be established.
While on patrol, an officer contacted and detained a subject for smoking inside the station. A wants check revealed that the subject had an outstanding $30k misdemeanor warrant issued from the Oakland Police Department charging disturbing the peace. The subject was arrested and is to be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for her warrant. The subject was additionally issued a citation for smoking on the platform.
An officer responded to a report of a vehicle that struck a motorcyclist. The motorcyclist was taken to the hospital for minor injuries and complaints of pain. The victim was able to write down the license plate of the suspect vehicle before it fled from the station. Officers and a sergeant went to the registered owners address and located the suspect vehicle. They made contact with a subject at the residence and through their investigation determined she was the driver of the vehicle at the time of the accident. Because the victim was at the hospital, the officers transported the suspect to the hospital where she was positively identified. The subject was arrested and is to be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for felony hit and run and the vehicle was additionally impounded for further investigation. A detective was notified and is to conduct an interview of the suspect.
An off-duty female BART train operator/victim reported being spat upon by a male subject whom she also saw urinating between train cars. Officers responded to the station and detained the male subject without incident. A warrants’ check of the subject revealed an outstanding BART Police infraction warrant, with a bail amount of $708.00, for his arrest; he was also found to be on active court probation. Subsequently, the victim placed the subject under citizen’s arrest for battering her and urinating on the train. The officers took custody of the subject, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief of the subject. The subject was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail for battery, urinating in public, and violation of probation.