A patron reported that her iPhone was taken from her hands while on a train at the South Hayward station. The victim stated that the male suspect fled off the train in an unknown direction. The victim stated she could not identify the suspect and that she was not interested in pursuing charges. Responding officers conducted an area check with negative results. The victim was not injured.
A male and female, who have a child in common, were in a dispute driving to the station. In the station parking lot, the male took the keys to the female's vehicle and refused to return them. When the female tried to grab the keys back from the male, he pushed her in the chest and face. During the altercation, the female received a bruise to her finger and a broken fingernail. The male left the lot on foot, but was contacted by officers nearby. The female gave her account of what happened, but refused to cooperate with the investigation. The male suspect was booked into the Hayward City Jail for a domestic battery charge. The female victim was offered an emergency protective order, but refused.
The on-duty station agent reported that a female suspect was creating a disturbance in the station. The suspect, described as a black female with blond hair and wearing a pink sweater, reportedly was cursing at the agent and then threw a traffic cone at the booth. The suspect then went to the platform. Responding officers detained the suspect and she was positively identified by the agent. A sergeant responded to assist. OCC was notified and a transportation foreworker was requested to respond for the agent. The juvenile suspect was identified and, based on a citizen’s arrest by the agent, issued a citation for disturbing the peace. She was eventually released to the custody of her aunt.
Train operators reported seeing a male walking on the tracks near mile post 16.2. The man was described as a Hispanic male, wearing a gray shirt and black shorts. Responding officers searched for the man, but were unable to locate him. At approximately 1514 hours, the man returned to the same area and again went onto the BART tracks. Responding officers were able to locate the man and requested that power be turned off, as the man was crossing over the electric 3rd rail. The man fled on foot and officers engaged in a lengthy foot pursuit until they apprehended the man in front of a business at Mission Boulevard and Sorenson. The man claimed he was attempting to elude people who were chasing him and didn't want to be arrested. Trains were delayed approximately 23 minutes during this incident. The man was arrested for trespassing on railroad property and resisting arrest. He was booked at Hayward Jail.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a 56 year old male who had fallen on the platform, striking his head. The male was breathing, but his breathing was labored. Medical aid responded and started CPR as the male was transported to a nearby hospital. At the hospital, the male was declared deceased. It appears that the death was a result of a medical issue, which caused him to fall, and not as a result of the fall itself. No witnesses remained at the station to be interviewed. Station video is being requested. Because the victim was so close to the edge of the platform, trains were held out while paramedics attended to him (approx 15 minute train delay).
A victim reported her white iPhone 5 was taken from her while on a Fremont bound train by a man. The suspect off-boarded the train at the South Hayward Station and fled in an unknown direction. The victim reported the crime when she arrived at the Fremont station. Attempts to track the phone proved negative.
The station agent reported a black male and a Hispanic male fighting near the station agent’s booth. BART and Hayward Police officers responded to the station and located the males, both of whom were suffering from facial injuries. The black male told officers that he had been assaulted, with a box-cutter knife, by the Hispanic male and as a result had sustained a laceration to his (lower) lip. The Hispanic male, who was initially uncooperative with officers, was transported to a local hospital for further medical treatment. The black male refused medical treatment at the scene. The black male was detained for battering the Hispanic male, but was later released pending further investigation. Several hours after the initial call, and after receiving further medical treatment, the Hispanic male was released to Police custody. Based upon responding officers’ observations and statements by the black male and an independent witness, the Hispanic male was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and booked at the Alameda County Jail, Dublin.
A female victim had her iPhone 4 snatched from her hand while seated on the Fremont train. The suspect, described as a black male, wearing all black clothing, jumped over the platform wall to the railroad right of way and fled. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. The phone was not equipped with tracking.
A victim reported an $1100.00 catalytic converter to his 2006 gray Toyota Sequoia was taken while it was parked in stall #957 at the station between 0730-1730 hours. The scene was processed for evidence.
A victim reported that a man grabbed a white iPhone 4S from her hand while they were on a Fremont bound train approaching the station. The subject then off boarded and fled in an unknown direction with two other males. There were no injuries, and a search of the area for the suspects proved negative. Video hotline notified.
A warrant check on a person detained for unruly conduct by Officers J. Ruiz and S. O’Connor revealed a $10,000 outstanding arrest warrant out of BART for theft. The suspect, Lowell Ligon (B/M 6/11/90), was placed under arrest on the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A victim reported a person ran up from behind her and grabbed the necklace off of her neck. The suspect fled from the parking lot toward Dixon Street. No one was injured. A search for the suspect by officers proved negative.
A victim had a white iPhone 4S taken from while he was in the paid area at the station. The suspect ran up to the Fremont platform, jumped over the wall, and fled down Tennyson Avenue. No one was injured. A search for the suspect proved negative.
A victim reported his 1988 red Acura Integra 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked at the station between 0745-1200 hours. There were no apparent signs of entry, but a $10 phone charger was taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
An officer performed a welfare check on a male at the station who was believed to be intoxicated. A warrants check of the male revealed he was wanted for an outstanding parole warrant issued by the California Department of Corrections. The male was arrested for the warrant, debriefed by a sergeant, and booked at the Alameda County Jail, Dublin, for the warrant; he was found able to care for his own safety.
A victim reported her 2003 black Toyota Avalon was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #563 between 0745-2130 hours. The rear passenger window was smashed, and it is unknown what was taken from inside the vehicle. The victim declined to have the officer process the scene for evidence. 1301-2445 L12.
Officers responded to a report of a male who took a cell phone from a victim while he was standing in the bus zone. The suspect fled from the station toward Huntwood and Tennyson Roads. A person matching the description was detained by officers, and was positively identified by the victim. The suspect was placed under arrest for theft. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, and a detective was notified. There were no injuries and the cell phone was never recovered. After the suspect was interviewed, he was cited and released to his parents. Video Hotline notified.
The victim, a 15 year old juvenile, was walking through the parking lot of the station at approximately 1230 hours when the suspect, a BF, 17 years old, who is known to the victim, spun her around by her arms while saying something to the victim. The suspect, slapped the victim in the face several times with an open hand. When the victim stumbled as a result of being slapped, the suspect grabbed $20 from her hand. The suspect also attempted to take the victim's phone, but was unsuccessful. The suspect told the victim that if she told anyone, she would have someone come to her school to "beat her up." The victim took the BART train to the Ashby Station where she reported the incident. The victim did not suffer any injuries and refused medical attention. The victim can positively identify the suspect and is willing to prosecute.