A person detained for fare evasion provided the officer with several false names and was subsequently placed under for providing false identification. A search of the subject’s person incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of brass knuckles. The subject was cited for fare evasion and booked for providing false identification and possession of metal knuckles. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A patron had their cell phone snatched from their hand while on the Fremont bound train at the station. The suspect was described as a black male, 18-20 years old, 5'6" tall, 200-225 pounds, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, dark jeans and carrying a dark gray backpack. The suspect fled out of the station toward Tennyson Road and was not located by responding officers. The phone was not equipped with tracking.
A record check on a woman detained for possible involvement in a reported domestic battery revealed an outstanding $30,000 arrest warrant out of Los Angeles for battery. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant and the report of battery was unconfirmed. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
An adult/female victim reported that as she entered her vehicle, which was parked in the north lot – stall 976, a Black male adult entered the vehicle on the front passenger side, took her purse and fled in an unknown vehicle. Officers responded, but were unable to locate the suspect. The victim, who was not injured during the theft, reported the purse contained a Samsung cell phone, $100 cash, and credit cards; the officers were unable to track the phone. She further described the suspect as 18 years of age, standing 5’10” tall, weighing 160 lbs., and wearing a navy blue shirt & khaki pants. The investigating officer requested station video.
An officer was flagged down at the corner of Mission Blvd. and Valle Vista, near the station, by a victim of an auto burglary which had occurred just minutes earlier. Shortly after obtaining the suspect’s description, the officer located him in the station’s parking lot. Together with Hayward officers, the officer detained the suspect without incident. A victim and a witness then positively identified the suspect and he was taken into custody for burglary by Alameda County Sheriffs deputies as the crime occurred in their jurisdiction.
A victim reported the theft of his white 1996 Honda Civic from the South Hayward Station. The victim parked in stall #726, in the south lot at 0645 hours. He returned at 1750 hours and discovered his Honda was stolen. An officer completed an auto theft report.
While on patrol, a BART officer assisted Hayward Police on a traffic stop at Mission and Harder Streets in the K-Mart parking lot. During the detention, the suspect became combative and a taser was activated by Hayward Police. The suspect continued to resist as several officers struggled with the suspect. The suspect then went into cardiac arrest, and was transported to St. Rose Hospital where was pronounced dead at 2350 hours. Investigation is on-going at this time.
Officers responded to a report of a male possibly breaking into vehicles. Upon arrival, a male juvenile matching the description given by a witness was seen running from the area. Approximately fifteen minutes later, the juvenile returned to the area, and was detained for further investigation. A few minutes later, a victim reported her vehicle (2003 silver Mercedes 320 4 door, stall #615) had been burglarized from the area where the juvenile was seen. The victim said designer glasses and a jacket were taken from inside the vehicle. Upon detention, the suspect was in possession of designer glasses and a jacket, which was positively identified by the victim as her belongings. The suspect was placed under arrest for burglary. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and a detective was called out to interview the suspect. The suspect admitted to taking the glasses and jacket out of the victim’s vehicle, and also possibly involved in the burglary of another vehicle in the area (case#1405-3831). The suspect’s mother was notified via telephone and informed of the incident.
Kaiser Hayward called the ISRC to report they were treating a female victim of a battery that occurred at the South Hayward BART Station. Officers responded to Kaiser and interviewed the victim. The victim stated she was parked at the station, sitting in her vehicle and was talking to her mother. Her mother demanded her debit card and the victim refused. A physical struggle ensued and the mother bit the victim's hand and scratched her face. Officers and a sergeant went to the suspect's residence and attempted to contact her but she was not home. The victim and the suspect live together. The victim declined a temporary restraining order, but was provided with a victims of domestic violence information pamphlet. The case is under investigation and will be forwarded to Detectives.
A patron parked their green 1997 Honda Civic 2dr (5HNU560) in stall #1216, at 1038 hours. The vehicle was stolen between the hours 1038-1500 hours. A community service officer completed the theft report.
Officers responded to the South Hayward Station for a report that two males were breaking into a green vehicle that was parked in the north lot. A patron reported the crime to dispatch. Officers arrived on scene and located a male suspect inside the vehicle and a male suspect standing outside the vehicle. Both suspects were detained and a detective responded to interview the two males. The male inside was booked for auto burglary and the male standing next to the vehicle was released on scene. A sergeant responded to conduct a use of force investigation and approved the arrest. The male was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A victim called to report that their Honda Accord had been burglarized while parked in the lot between 0630-1750 hours on 4/3. The victim was unable to say how entry was made. There was no damage to the vehicle and no sign of forced entry. A phone charger, phone speaker and the vehicle's title were taken.
A patron reported that their White 2004 Ford Taurus was burglarized while parked in stall #71, between 0715-1935 hours. An unknown suspect forced the rear window to gain entry, but nothing was taken.
Four vehicles were burglarized while parked in the lot, between 0715-1759 hours. Unknown suspects smashed the vehicle windows to gain entry and removed personal electronics and other small items of personal property. 1403-2982 (Master Case) L18
BART officers responded to the station on a report, by a Hayward Police school resource officer, of a potential fight involving juveniles. As one of the responding officers neared the station, he came upon a group of juveniles who pointed to a female suspect as she chased after another subject. The officer attempted to restrain the suspect, but she pulled away from his grasp. Shortly thereafter, a second officer arrived on scene and the two officers managed to physically restrain the suspect. During this time the suspect held a knife in her hand, but the officers safely disarmed her and placed her in handcuffs. As the officers escorted the suspect to a nearby patrol car, however, she kicked both officers about their lower bodies before they managed to place her in the car without further incident, or injury to either officer. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, debrief the suspect and perform the use of force investigation. Hayward officers also responded in order to investigate the initial battery report as it was determined that crime occurred in their jurisdiction; the subject initially pursued by the suspect was not located at the scene. As a result of being involved in a fight with another subject, the suspect sustained a tooth injury and was transported to a hospital for medical attention, before being booked into juvenile hall for possessing a dirk/dagger and battery on a peace officer; she was also issued a prohibition order.
An anonymous party reported two black females were attempting to kick out the window of a car in the parking lot. Suspects were described as two Black females, one wearing a pink jacket. Officers arrived at the station and located a gold 1996 Toyota Camry (6WLU511) with its right front window smashed out, parked in stall #1087. The interior of the car was not ransacked or searched. The officers left business card for the owner to contact the police to report their loss. The case is under investigation. Follow-up and evidence collection to be completed when the owner returns to the vehicle.
A victim reported they parked and locked their 1990 Honda Accord in parking stall #90, at 0620 hours. The victim returned later, at 1730 hours, to find their vehicle’s doors unlocked – and defeated by unknown means. The vehicle’s ignition was damaged and the victim reported a pair of jumper cables, worth $50, were stolen. The victim declined to have the investigating officer process the vehicle for latent prints.