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.
An officer was dispatched to the South Hayward Station for a report of a battery on a station agent. An adult male suspect attempted to fare evade into the station twice but was stopped by the station agent. The male slapped the agent with an open hand, striking him on the head. The male attempted to punch the agent with a closed fist, but missed. The male fled to the platform and attempted to escape on a San Francisco bound train. Trains were ordered to run through the station and not stop. The officer arrived at the station, located the suspect and detained him in handcuffs. The station agent placed the suspect under citizen's arrest for fare evasion and battery. The officer mirandized/interrogated the suspect and he confessed to the fare evasion and battery. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. Suspect was cited on fare evasion and booked on battery charges. The victim was not injured and the investigating officer requested video. Detectives were advised of the case.
An officer located three auto burglaries in the Tennyson end of the parking lot. The first was a 2000 black Mercury Cougar parked in stall #68. This vehicle had a broken front window and the interior was ransacked. An attempt to locate fingerprints was negative. The second vehicle was a 1994 red BMW located in stall #23. This vehicle had a broken driver’s door window and the interior was ransacked. An attempt to locate fingerprints was negative. The third vehicle was a 2011 gray Honda Fit parked in stall #368. This vehicle had a broken driver’s door window and the interior was ransacked. An attempt to locate fingerprints was negative. Business cards were left on all three vehicles. The owner of the third vehicle called back and stated she had parked and secured the vehicle at 0800 hours. She found no items were missing from her vehicle.
Two female adult victims reported that someone had smashed the window to their vehicles at the South Hayward Station. Victim #1 parked her white, 2006 Honda Cobalt (5NYW373) in stall #28 of Lot A at 0700 hours. She returned to her vehicle at 1530 hours and discovered that someone had smashed both her passengers side and drivers side windows out. The interior of her vehicle was searched, but nothing was taken. Victim #2 parked her grey, 2001 Toyota Camry (4NYG484) in stall #30 of lot A at 0630 hours. She returned to her vehicle at 1530 hours and discovered that someone had smashed her passenger's side window out. The interior of the vehicle had been searched but nothing was taken. An officer attempted to dust the vehicles for prints but he discovered he did not have a fingerprint kit.
An adult female patron reported to a BART Officer that her black 2007 BMW 328 was burglarized between 0810 hours and 1930 hours at South Hayward Station, stall #385. The passenger side window was smashed and the interior was ransacked but no loss was identified. The victim refused to have her vehicle processed for evidence.
A victim reported via telephone that her white 2010 Dodge Caravan was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the lot on 12/3/12 between 0810-2000 hours. The victim was unsure how entry into the vehicle was made, and reported that two Xbox controllers and six Xbox 360 video games were taken from inside the vehicle.
An adult female reported the theft of her blue, 1994 Toyota Camry, (3UJK471) to a BART Officer. The victim reported that she parked her vehicle in the Dixon Lot at South Hayward Station about 0850 hours. About 1845 hours, the victim returned and discovered the vehicle missing. 1212-0445 L21.
An adult female reported to a BART Officer that her silver, 1997 Ford Escort, (4VSY315) was burglarized while parked at South Hayward Station. The victim said she parked her vehicle in stall #31 about 0740 hours and returned about 1810 hours and discovered the break-in. The rear, driver’s side window was smashed. The victim said a Toshiba lap-top computer, an I-Pod Touch, a Pioneer stereo, and miscellaneous clothing was missing. The scene was processed for evidence. 1212-0436 L21.
The victim was aboard a Fremont bound train approaching the South Hayward Station. She reported a suspect, who also appeared intoxicated, fondling himself on the train. The suspect was described as a Black male, unknown age, wearing a blue windbreaker and grey pants. According to the victim, the suspect told her that she was, "pretty" and asked her to sit next to him. When the victim refused, the suspect placed his hand in the front of his pants, closed his eyes and started rubbing his penis. The suspect never exposed his penis, but continued to rub his genitals until he passed out. A sergeant responded and detained the suspect on the train after the victim pointed him out to the sergeant. The suspect was taken into custody pursuant to a citizen's arrest by the victim for a lewd act in public. The suspect was questioned by the sergeant and denied any wrong doing. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the above listed charges.
An adult female victim reported that her vehicle was burglarized while parked at the South Hayward Station. The female parked her maroon 2004 Lexus ES 330 (Michigan: BDQ6251) in stall #39 of lot A, at 0725 hours. She returned at 1705 hours and found that someone had used a rock to smash out her driver's side front window. She discovered that her ignition had been tampered with in a possible attempt to steal the car. An officer responded and dusted the interior of the car for fingerprints but with negative results. The Lexus was towed from the lot.
An officer conducting a security check of a train noticed an adult male who appeared to be cutting a line of cocaine. The officer was able to detain the male and retrieve the suspected cocaine from his hands without incident. The male was debriefed by the zone sergeant before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for Possession of a Controlled Substance.
A male suspect in the company of a small child fare evaded into the station by climing the wall of the platform. When contacted by the System Service worker, the suspect made threatening references to having a gun. Responding officers, along with Hayward PD, detained the male. A search of the male and his belongings revealed no weapon. The suspect was ultimately issued a citation for disturbing the peace and fare evasion, based on a citizen's arrest by the employee.
Officers responded to a report of three juveniles breaking into vehicles in the north parking lot. Upon arrival, officers contacted a subject matching the description given on the platform after a brief foot chase. The subject was positively identified by a witness as the person who was holding open the trunk to a victim vehicle while in the lot. The subject was cited for vehicle tampering and resisting arrest, and then was released to his mother.
A warrant check on a person contacted for smoking revealed an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant out of Hayward for battery. The person was cited for smoking and placed under arrest for the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. 1211-1235 L12 A warrant check on a person contacted for smoking revealed an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant out of Hayward for battery. The person was cited for smoking and placed under arrest for the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. 1211-1235 L12 A warrant check on a person contacted for smoking revealed an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant out of Hayward for battery. The person was cited for smoking and placed under arrest for the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
Victim reported that someone had forced entry into his Mitsubishi Mightmix pickup truck CA. 4V75169, while it was parked in stall #44 between 0650 and 1715 hours. It appeared the driver’s door had been cheated, the interior ransacked and the ignition damaged. The steering wheel lock had also been broken off. The reporting officer requested to process the vehicle for evidence but the victim declined. No evidence was located.
A patron phoned in to report that a suspect had taken his iPhone while he was walking to the station at about 0755 hours. He said that he was walking up the stairs from Tennyson Road when a suspect (WM, 20's, 5'8", wearing a white hoodie and white pants) came up to him and told him to give up his belongings. The victim tried to run, but fell down. Out of fear, the victim gave the suspect his iPhone and the suspect fled the area. The victim then went to school and called in to make the phone report.
An adult male subject met an adult female subject at the South Hayward Station. The two subjects had been in a domestic relationship, but the relationship had ended. The male had a court order restraining him from contacting the female. The two subjects began argue over money and their child's custody. The male attempted to reach down to take the child or take money from the female's purse that was located inside a stroller and she physically prevented him. Officers were called and responded to the station. A records/warrant check showed the female had a court order restraining the male from contacting her. The male was on probation for domestic violence. The male was placed under arrest for Violation of a Court Order to Prevent Domestic Violence and Violation of Probation.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of a person on a train who was suffering from a seizure. The officers located the subject who was recovering from the effects of a possible seizure, but the suspect was confused and began to wander away and appeared to be unable to care for his own safety. When officers attempted to assist the man, he physically resisted their efforts and had to be restrained. The subject eventually calmed down and was transported to hospital via ambulance for medical treatment due to the possible seizure.
An adult female victim reported the theft of her white 1997 Saturn SL (Cal Lic. 3THE145). The victim parked her car at 0801 hours in the Tennyson lot (unknown stall). She returned at 1720 hours and discovered her car was missing. An officer is investigating this case.
The on-duty station agent reported a subject selling BART tickets in front of the station. Officers contacted the suspect and conducted a warrant check. The suspect had a $7,500, no cite, warrant out of Alameda County for a Narcotics violation. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant. A search incident to arrest revealed that the suspect was in possession of altered BART tickets, two glue sticks, scissors and tape which are used to alter tickets. The suspect was also in possession of a crack pipe. The suspect gave a spontaneous statement to the officers admitting he alters tickets. The suspect then refused to make any further statements or talk with the officers. The suspect who was also on probation for altering tickets, was booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the above listed charges in addition to altering fare media and a probation violation.
A female patron reported the theft of her phone. She was on the platform using the phone when two Black male teenagers (one in a dark navy blue hoodie) ran by and grabbed her phone from her hand. The suspects then ran out of the station. The victim said that she would not be able to identify the suspects, but the investigating officer is requesting station video.