A patron reported by phone that their white Ford F150 pickup was burglarized while parked in stall #946. An unknown suspect smashed the left rear window to gain entry and ransacked the interior. The victim could not identify any property loss.
A male victim parked his grey 1996 Acura Integra 2 dr (6HST491) in stall #707 (south lot) of the North Berkeley Station at 0550 hours. He returned at 1600 hours and discovered his Acura was stolen. An officer responded to the station to investigate the theft and to complete a theft report. No evidence was left on scene and the vehicle was not equipped with an alarm or anti-theft device.
A patron reported that their gray 2010 Dodge Journey was burglarized while parked in the south lot, between 1700-2050 hours. An unknown suspect smashed the left rear window to gain entry and removed a backpack that was in plain view in the rear of the car. The pack contained clothing and miscellaneous personal items.
An officer at the station was flagged down by a witness who reported that a female suspect had attempted to run over a male victim in the parking lot. The investigation revealed that the male and female picked up their child at an address in Hayward. While driving through the city, the two adults became involved in an argument. The female driver ordered the male passenger out of the car on Tennyson Road, near the BART station. The male climbed an embankment and entered the lot, heading toward the station. The female drove around the corner, entered the lot and then attempted to run over the male, who was able to dodge out of the way. The female then fled in her vehicle. Witnesses at the station corroborated the male victim's account of the incident. The female had a listed address in Sunnyvale, so Sunnyvale PD was requested to check her address. Sunnyvale officers located and detained the female and found her vehicle. BART officers went to Sunnyvale and arrested the female suspect for assault with a deadly weapon and transported her to Castro Vally Station for further investigation. The on-call detective responded to conduct the suspect interview. The suspect was ultimately booked at Santa Rita Jail for assault with a deadly weapon.
The station agent reported that a male had exited her station with a sword tucked in his clothing. An officer located the male nearby and made contact with him. The male was taken into custody for possession of a dangerous weapon. A search of his person revealed a hypodermic needle with heroin in the syringe. The male was debriefed regarding BART related crimes before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the weapon and narcotic charges.
A patron reported that their blue 1999 Pontiac Grand Am was burglarized while parked in stall #477 in the southeast lot, between 0715-1815 hours. An unknown suspect gained entry by cheating the door lock. The interior was ransacked and the victim's FasTrak and iPod adapter were stolen.
A Spanish speaking subject who was intoxicated called via 911 from the pay phone in front of the station to report that he had been cut and was bleeding. The subject was subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment. A follow up investigation at the hospital revealed that the subject had been a victim of an attempted robbery in which a subject pulled out a knife and possibly struck him with it on his head. The attempted robbery occurred on Tennyson Road as the victim was walking from a friend's house in the City of Hayward. A trail of blood was found from the sidewalk on Tennyson Road, up the stairs and through the parking lot. The suspects' fled the area in a white vehicle. The case was turned over the Hayward Police.
ACSO called to request assistance regarding a male refusing to off-board an AC Transit bus, which was arriving at the South Hayward Station. A BART Officer arrived first and determined that the male was intoxicated in public and refusing to cooperate. The male had to be forcefully removed from the bus to be taken into custody. A records check revealed a no bail parole hold warrant for his arrest. The male was transported to the Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication and the warrant.
A female called the ISRC and stated she was hearing voices and wanted to go to John George. Officers contacted the subject in question. A wants check revealed that the subject had two felony no bail warrants for her arrest issued by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for petty theft with priors. The subject was transported to John George for a psychological evaluation and is to be booked for her warrants prior to her release on a future date.
A couple obtained a ride from a friend and traveled from San Francisco to South Hayward. During the drive, the female and the male friend began to argue. The argue continued until they reached the South Hayward Station. When they arrived at the station, the argument became very heated which resulted in the police being called. Witnesses claimed one of the parties had a firearm. Officers arrived on scene, detained all parties and determined no one was in possession of a firearm. A records/warrant check showed a male had a "no bail" CDC warrant. The male claimed to have stomach ulcers. The male was treated at the hospital and was booked at Santa Rita Jail on the warrant. The other parties were clear and were released on scene.
A patron was entering a taxi at 1845 hours. A suspect then ran up and took a cell phone from the hand of the victim. The suspect then fled in a white vehicle, no further description. The loss is a white iPhone. This case occurred on 10-15-13 at 1845 hours, it was reported on 10-16-13. A BART Officer completed the phone report.
A victim reported a person attempted to grab a cell phone from his hand while on a Fremont bound train approaching the South Hayward station. The suspect exited at the station in an unknown direction of travel. The victim was not injured, retained his cell phone, and reported the crime when he arrived at the Union City Station.
A victim reported a man snatched a gold necklace from her while at the 485 bus stop and fled toward a nearby hotel. The suspect fled from the scene toward a nearby hotel. There were no injuries and a search by officers for the suspect proved negative.
A patron reported they were aboard a Fremont bound train when they had their cell phone grabbed from their hands. The suspect fled from the train when the doors opened at the South Hayward. The male suspect (Black Male, 20's, 511, slim build, black jacket, blue jeans) jumped over the wall and dropped a handgun. The suspect retrieved the handgun and ran north along the railroad tracks. Police officers responded to the area and conducted a search of the area but with negative results. An individual was identified who was seen talking to the suspect on the train before the crime occurred. Loss was a iPhone 5 (no serial number) $699.00. Video from the station and the train was requested.
The mother of an 18 year old girl called the ISRC to report that her daughter may have been sexually assaulted at the South Hayward Station on 8/24/13. The mother advised that her daughter had been uncooperative and refusing to provide her with any information about a possible assault. The alleged victim's older daughter told the mother that her sister may have been raped at gunpoint in a vehicle near the South Hayward Station. A BART PD officer went to the victim's home in an attempt to conduct an interview and determine if and where the crime may have occurred. The alleged victim refused to speak with the female officer. The victim eventually agreed to go to a local hospital for an exam. BART PD detectives were called out and responded to the hospital. At the hospital, the alleged victim refused to speak with medical staff or the detectives. The detectives also responded to the area of the South Hayward BART station in an attempt to corroborate what little information they had. Due to the victim's lack of cooperation, it is unknown at this time if she was the victim of a sexual assault or if a crime had even occurred. Hayward PD was also notified as a courtesy.
A female victim was using her iPad on the platform when two male suspects climbed over the wall from the free area to the platform and approached her. One suspect (#1 - BM, 5'8", light complexion, dark t-shirt, sweat pants) grabbed her iPad from her hand while the other suspect (#2 - BM, 6', light complexion, blue shirt, brown sweat pants) knocked her purse out of her hand. The purse fell to the ground, her iPhone fell out and suspect #2 picked it up. When a male witness tried to intervene, suspect #2 took a swing at him but missed. The two suspects then threw the stolen property over the wall to the free area (to two other awaiting suspects), climbed back over the wall, and all four fled the area on foot. Responding officers were not able to locate the suspects. The victim and witness were not injured. Station video and AC Transit bus video is being requested. The devices were not able to be tracked.
Officers responded to the station on the report of a male striking a female aboard a Richmond bound train. Upon arrival, an officer located the victim and detained the adult male suspect. The victim told the officer she had been battered by the suspect, whom she is currently dating. The victim, however, declined to pursue a criminal complaint against the suspect, in addition to declining an Emergency Protective Order. During this time, an independent witness came forward and told the officer that the suspect had aggressively battered the victim. The suspect was then placed under arrest for battering the victim. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked at the Hayward City jail for battery. The victim did not sustain any visible injuries and did not require medical attention at the scene.