A woman was reportedly undressing, screaming, and frightening AC Transit bus passengers. A sergeant and three officers responded. The subject became violently resistive to being detained. After police personnel had partially secured her to a gurney, a paramedic had to sedate her. The sergeant sustained cuts on his leg. The subject was to be transported to the John George Psychiatric Pavillion after the sedative wore off and upon being medically cleared.
A warrant check on a male subject detained for smoking a cigarette on the platform by officers resulted in a no-bail felony arrest warrant out of Long Beach for narcotics. The subject was given a citation for smoking and placed under arrest for the warrant. He was booked at Santa Rita Jail. 1109-2751 L12.
Trains were held at the station for 7 minutes while BART and San Leandro police officers searched for an armed robbery suspect who fled toward the station a few minutes earlier in possession of a knife. The search for the suspect proved negative. 1109-2430 L12.
An adult male victim and his friend were at the station and engaging in a verbal argument with a group of six black males (no further description). One of the six black males pulled a semi-automatic handgun from his waistband and pointed it at the victim and his friend. The suspect put the gun away and a fight ensued briefly before breaking up and everyone fleeing the scene. The victim initially refused to make a report when contacted by BART Police in the north parking lot, but then he called from home to make a report. The victim also reported that he lost his cell phone during the fight and could not locate it. The video hotline and TSOC were notified.
A 17-year-old boy reported that he had been robbed of his i-Pod Touch and earphones, 40 minutes earlier, in the Davis St. lot. The suspects were two male teenagers, one of whom was armed with a silver pistol. (suspect #1: B-M, 17 years, gray jacket, blue baggy jeans, silver pistol; suspect #2: B-M, 17 years, black shirt, gray bike)
A male flagged down San Leandro PD officers to report that he had been robbed at the BART Station. The male, who was wearing no shirt, said that two males (unk race, wearing all black) had approached him in the bus zone and one of the males pulled out a black .22 caliber handgun. The other male demanded his cellphone, his shirt and his hat. The male suspects then fled the area on foot. An area check was conducted by both BART and San Leandro officers, but the suspects were not located. The victim was not injured during the incident.
A male victim reported he was hit in the face by a male suspect on a south bound train approaching San Leandro station. The victim reported the crime to the station agent at San Leandro and the suspect remained on the train. The suspect is described as a WM, 30’s, 6-03, black fedora, and white t-shirt. Officers checked the train down the line, but did not located the suspect. The victim declined any medical attention.
An officer conducted a welfare check on a female in the station. The officer determined the subject was intoxicated in public and unable to care for her own safety, and was a arrested for such. The suspect also had an outstanding warrant for resisting arrest out of ACSO. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita jail.
A person called to report that her son was missing and was last heard from walking to the station to catch a train to Pittsburg at 1630 hours. She described her son, Brandon Wyman as a mixed race male, (Filipino & white) appearing to be black or Hispanic, 21 years black short hair, (military style) brown eyes, 6’ 230, wearing a white polo collared shirt with (media nation with the number “800” on the back, Khaki pants. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Department and San Leandro P.D. were notified and had no contacts. The subject was entered into the Missing Person System and teletypes were sent out.
A warrant check on a subject detained for drinking an alcoholic beverage on a Richmond bound train revealed an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of San Joaquin County. The subject was arrested on the warrant and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
7/5/11 – 1024 An 18 year old male victim reported from the San Leandro Station that a black male suspect, 6’1”, 200 lbs. w/ glasses and a plaid striped shirt, snatched 16 one dollar bills out of his hand while he was on-board a train and fled when the train arrived at San Leandro. The victim said the suspect was playing a gambling game with other patrons aboard the train. The victim claimed he did not partake in the game and only had the money is his hand as he was on the train. The officer put out the description of the suspect and took a statement from the victim. About 1100 hours, officers at the Lake Merritt Station detained a suspect matching that description. The victim was transported to Lake Merritt and positively identified the suspect who was then arrested. Other possible victims came forward and reported losses as well. The first victim then apparently added to his story from how he originally reported it. The suspect was then released from custody and the investigation is on-going. No further information at this time.
An officer contacted a juvenile male suspect for fare evasion after he entered the station via the emergency gate and proceeded to the platform. A records check revealed a $20,000 "no cite" warrant for theft. After being interviewed by the officer, male was booked at juvenile hall for the warrant.
A verbal argument between boyfriend and girlfriend resulted in the female slapping the male in the face while at the station. Officers arrived at the scene, and placed the female under arrest for domestic battery. The male, who is also the father of female's child, refused to file a complaint or give a statement against the female. The female, who is 4 months pregnant, complained of abdominal pains and was transported by medical personnel to Eden Hospital in Castro Valley. The female was released at the scene and a complaint for domestic battery will be sought through the district attorney’s office. 1106-2033 L12.
BART Central notified Dispatch of a male subject on a Fremont bound train who was unconscious and unresponsive. Medical personnel were notified and police responded too. An officer arrived on-scene prior to medical and reported the subject was breathing, but unconscious. A liter bottle of vodka, ¾ empty, was in the subject’s possession. Medical personnel removed the subject from the train and transported him to San Leandro Hospital. Due to the medical emergency, the train was delayed for 14 minutes. 1106-1470 L10 FYI: BART PD has a prior contact with the subject for over-intoxication in January 2009, where he was transported away by responding medical personnel.
San Leandro Police conducted an enforcement traffic stop and detained a suspect for theft of BART copper cable at 1025 Adason Street and called BART Police. They had received a call from a witness who saw the suspect taking the copper cable that was lying on the pavement, in an unsecured area, near the Southern Pacific track way, underneath the aerial at 139th and Washington Avenue. BART contractors were replacing “High Power voltage cable” in that area. The suspect was driving a van with an open trailer attached. BART Police responded to their location with the witness, who positively identified the suspect. One dozen, 10-12 foot sections of the High Power Voltage cable was in the suspect’s open trailer, in plain view. Officers on scene determined that this was cable that was cut from the aerial section above. The on-call detective responded to interview the suspect, who admitted to taking the cable. The van and trailer were impounded to a secured location as evidence. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail. The investigation is on-going.
A 24-year-old man reported that a man had stolen his laptop computer aboard a Fremont train. The victim chased the suspect and recovered his property when the suspect, who escaped, dropped it. The victim injured his ankle during the pursuit and was taken to a local hospital by his parents. (suspect description: B-M, 20’s, short hair, blue-collared shirt)
A 28-year-old man was contacted by officers for riding his bicycle on the platform. The suspect, who initially gave a false name, was determined to have four outstanding warrants for his arrest (Alameda Co., misdemeanor, possession of stolen property, $5,000; Alameda Co., misdemeanor, corporal injury to spouse or cohabitant, $5,000; Oakland, misdemeanor, open container, $990; BART, infraction, fare evasion and eating/drinking within paid area, $1,360). He was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
An Officer on patrol, conducted a welfare check on a subject in the paid area of the station. It was determined that the subject was drunk in public and had a stay away order from all BART stations. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
The victim of a previously reported Robbery and Kidnapping case spotted the suspect in the city of Berkeley and flagged down Berkeley Officers. The Officers detained the suspect and called BART police. The victim positively identified the suspect to the BART officers. The on-call detective responded, interviewed the victim and the suspect and determined that there was insufficient evidence to hold the suspect. The suspect was identified and released per 849(b). The suspect was transported home by an Officer. The investigation is on-going. 1104-3804 L22.
A patron was approached in the bus zone by a suspect who asked to use his cell phone. The suspect then told the patron to empty his pockets. The suspect stated he had a gun, but none was seen. The loss was 2 cell phones, an IPod phone, a debit card, and a high value BART ticket. The suspect then fled into the station. The victim went to the San Leandro Police Department to make the report. Four trains were searched but the suspect was not located. This resulted in a 5 minute train delay.
An anonymous patron reported to the train operator that a subject ran across the track way and boarded a southbound train. Train was held at the Hayward Station and a subject was detained. The train operator was unable to identify the suspect. Suspect was cited for fare evasion and released. The train was held for 7 minutes.
Officers conducted a traffic enforcement stop at the station. Record checks revealed that the female driver had an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant for driving under the influence, issued by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department. The driver was also driving on a suspended license. She was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail for her warrants and four counts of driving on a suspended license.
A male was observed by a sergeant acting strangely in the station bus zone. The sergeant contacted the male to check on his welfare and the male fled on foot. He was located by responding officers about three blocks away, laying in the bushes. Record checks revealed the male had an outstanding felony no-bail warrant issued by the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department, charging possession of stolen property. The male was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A 55-year-old woman was robbed in the parking lot by two men, one of whom was armed with a gun. One suspect pulled her out of her van, while the second suspect took her coach purse and rolling suitcase out of her vehicle. The first suspect then pushed the victim, causing her to fall. The suspects escaped on Williams St. in a dark-colored, 4-door, older-model sedan that was driven by a third suspect. The victim declined medical treatment. (suspects' descriptions: #1) B-M, 18-20 years, 5-9, medium build, grey beanie cap, blk jacket (not a hoody); #2) B-M, 18-20, medium build, blk cap, blk jacket (not a hoody), blk handgun; #3) no description)
A 27-year-old male panhandler was arrested for spitting on a 64-year-old woman in the bus zone. The suspect was angry because the victim declined to give him money. The suspect was booked at the Alameda Co. Jail. The arrestee matched the description of a suspect who had earlier spat upon a woman aboard a train at Lake Merritt station in case 1101-3144.