A patron reported that their white 1996 Honda Accord was stolen from stall #177, between 12/12/16 at 1545 hours, to the time of today's report. Record checks showed that the vehicle had been recovered by Oakland PD, and was connected to an ongoing homicide investigation.
Multiple witnesses reported that a male attempted to climb the exterior of the station from the bus zone, and that the man had fallen from near platform level. Paramedics and officers responded. The man told officers he simply wanted to see if he could scale the building. He suffered a shattered left ankle in the fall. The man was transported to Eden Medical Center for treatment. Based on his behavior, he was detained for psychiatric evaluation at the hospital.
A victim reported their gray 2006 Acura RSX was burglarized while parked in stall #113 at the San Leandro Station, between 0730-1945 hours. They returned to their vehicle and discovered their driver's window smashed. The suspects entered the Acura and attempted to remove the stereo from the dash causing damage, estimated at $700. An officer completed a report and no prints were located.
A female passenger reported that she was passing a male on the stairs when the male slapped her in the neck. The suspect fled the station, but was taken detained nearby by responding officers. The victim identified him as the responsible and placed him under citizen's arrest. She also asked for medical attention for a complaint of pain. The suspect was determined to be in need of psychiatric evaluation, so he was issued a prohibition order before being transported to the hospital for evaluation (with a criminal hold for battery on a transit passenger). Once he has been evaluated, he will be booked for the battery charge.
A victim reported the theft of their red (unknown name brand) men’s mountain bicycle, valued at $75.00, while it was parked at the station between 0900 and 1815 hours; it was inadvertently left unsecured. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.
A victim went to the San Leandro Station to buy a phone from a person that advertised the phone on OfferUp.Com. The victim met the seller at the station and the male pointed a gun at them. The suspect took the victim's wallet, car keys and cell phone before fleeing the station. 1610.1624 L22
A passenger reported two males fighting in front of the station. Dispatch was able to pull up the cameras and saw one of the males kick the other in the head area, possibly knocking him unconscious. Officers arrived and detained the adult male suspect. The victim was conscious when contacted and refused to cooperate with the investigation. Medical assistance was called for him and he was examined, but refused further treatment. Officers located an independent witness who said that the suspect had kicked the victim in the head area several times during the fight. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. Detectives were notified of the arrest, but the suspect refused to provide a statement, so he was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for assault with a deadly weapon and a probation violation.
A witness called to report that a male suspect had used a piece of luggage to strike the station agent's booth glass. At least one window was smashed and the booth door was damaged. No one was in the booth at the time. The male then went up to the platform. An officer contacted him and he admitted to doing the damage. A witness identified him as the responsible person and he was taken into custody. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for felony vandalism. A crew responded to repair the damage.
A victim reported their silver 2000 Honda Civic was burglarized, between 0750 and 2112 hours, while parked in the far south parking lot, near Parrott Street - stall 888. The vehicle’s front passenger window was smashed to gain entry, but no items were taken. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for latent fingerprints and completed a report.
A witness reported that a male patron was making threats to the station agent, after becoming enraged that there were no more northbound trains for the night. The suspect was described as a white male 20-30 years old, wearing a camouflage fishing hat. A witness reported that the suspect was holding a knife, out of the agent's view, when making the threats. Officers located the man at a gas station across the street and the agent made a positive identification. The man was arrested for making criminal threats, but officers determined that he was in need of psychiatric care. He was transported by ambulance to San Leandro Hospital for evaluation, with a criminal hold.
A victim reported their maroon 2013 Subaru Impreza was burglarized while parked in the north lot, stall 635, between 2000 and 2252 hours. The vehicle’s driver’s door window was smashed to gain entry, but no items were taken. The victim declined to allow the fingerprinting of her vehicle. The investigating officer completed a report.
A victim reported their green 2016 Subaru Forrester was burglarized while parked in the north lot, stall 605, between 2000 and 2252 hours. The vehicle’s driver’s door window was smashed to gain entry, and a pair of women’s Coach sunglasses were taken. The victim declined to remain at the station in order to allow for the fingerprinting of her vehicle. The investigating officer completed a report.
The on-duty station agent observed via station video, an adult female suspect and an adult male victim, arguing on the platform. The agent then witnessed the suspect push the victim's head into a glass partition on the platform. The suspect then began using an aluminum water bottle to hit the victim repeatedly on the head and face. Officers arrived and detained both parties. The suspect, who is in a dating relationship with the victim, was placed under arrest for domestic violence. Although the victim sustained a visible injury to his face, he declined medical attention. The suspect was transported and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence, and issued a prohibition order. The victim declined an Emergency Protective Order.
The female victim and the male suspect were seen arguing as they walked into the station and proceeded to the platform. The suspect, who is the brother-in-law and former cohabitant of the victim, punched her in the eye and about her head. The victim left the platform and went to the station agent's booth to seek help. As the agent and victim were talking, the suspect appeared and threated both the agent and victim with violence if police were called. At one point, the suspect threw a pair of sunglasses striking the station agent in her right eye. When officers arrived, they detained the suspect. The suspect was eventually booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the above listed charges and was also issued a prohibition order. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment of facial injuries. The station agent, who's only complaint was of pain to her right eye, was transported by a BART Supervisor to an area hospital for precautionary measures. The suspect was also served with an Emergency Protective Order.
While patrolling the station’s north parking lot, an officer saw a male suspect removing the rear license plate from a silver-colored 2016 Nissan Sentra. As the officer detained the suspect, the vehicle’s owner (victim) stepped out of the vehicle and advised that the suspect had in fact stolen the plate, so the officer placed him under arrest for theft. A wants/warrants check of the suspect also revealed he was on active theft-related probation. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for theft and violating the terms of his probation. 1609-0085 L22/10
An officer contacted an adult male for panhandling. The male refused to be detained and tried to leave the area. When the officer tried to prevent him from leaving, the man physically resisted and had to be restrained to be handcuffed. The male complained that he was injured, so he was medically cleared before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for resisting/delaying an officer.
The victim reported that their 01' Honda Insight was burglarized between the hours of 0615-1630 while parked in stall #166. Entry was made via a driver's side window smash. The reported loss was a JVC car stereo and a pair of wire rim sunglasses. The vehicle was processed for evidence with negative results.
A victim called to say that he was robbed of his shoes and cell phone earlier (around 1200 hours) at the station. Two suspects (HMs 16-18) approached him in the parking lot and asked to use his phone. When he declined, they punched him and pushed him to the ground. They took his Jordan tennis shoes off his feet and took his cell phone from his pocket. The suspects fled toward the station and the victim, who was not injured, went home. A short time later, an anonymous witness approached the station agent and turned in the shoes and phone. He had witnessed the assault and retrieved the items from the suspects, but left the station without identifying himself to the agent. The victim was able to respond to the station to retrieve his items from the agent's booth. Station video will be requested.
A sergeant and officers responded to the station regarding a male experiencing a mental health crisis. San Leandro Police officers responded as well, and reported seeing the male on the (aerial) trackway above Williams Street. Through the use of a San Leandro Fire Firefighters’ ladder, officers were able to safely detain the male on the trackway. Paramedics then transported the male to the county’s mental health facility as he was deemed unable to care for himself due to mental health issues. Train service was not affected as the last revenue train had traveled through the area prior to the incident.