A patron reported the theft of her grey 18 speed Huffy mountain bike from the bike racks. The bike was secured with a cable lock at 2315 hours on 10/4 and when she returned at 0815 hours on 10/5, the bike was gone. Pieces of the lock and cable were recovered at the rack. Video will be requested by the investigating officer.
A patron reported the possible theft of a vehicle from the South Hayward Station. The patron told Dispatch that he did not witness the theft, but based on the subject's action, he believed he stole a car. The patron said he watched as two Black males (no given description) exited an older model, dark purple, 4 door Cadillac (no plate) and approach a gold colored Toyota (no plate). As the two males approached the Toyota, one of them pulled a tool (possible "slim Jim") from his waistband. The patron turned his head away and when he turned back towards the males, they were inside and drove the Toyota out of the lot. The Cadillac followed behind the Toyota. Officers responded and outside agencies were notified, but due to the limited information, the vehicle was not located. Case is pending at this time.
The victim reported the theft of his orange men’s, single speed, Riley Furley road bike from the station. He secured his bike on 9/6/12 at 1800 hours and returned back on 9/11/12 at 0819 hours. The bike was secured in the bicycle locker. The bike was valued at $750.
A man reported that his Marin, 21-speed, men’s, mountain bicycle had been stolen from the north bicycle rack on 08/24/12, between 1640-2200 hrs. The cable lock that had secured the bicycle was also stolen.
A victim reported the theft of her I-pad as she was aboard a Fremont bound train. As the train pulled into the station, a Black male snatched her I-pad from her hands, fled out the train door and jumped over the wall of the station. The suspect ( unknown description) was last seen headed north along the railroad tracks. The victim had been sitting in the center of the car and in seats that face each other. Victim estimated the value of the I-pad at $700.00 and she did not know the serial number to the device. Victim did not know the number of the incident car. Video of the incident at the station is being requested by the investigating officer.
Officers working a plainclothes detail watched a male suspect produce a pair of bolt cutters and cut the lock off of a bait bicycle. When the suspect tried to leave with the bike, he was taken into custody. Detectives were notified of the arrest. Before they could respond, the suspect made statements to the arresting officer, so she was able to take a statement/confession from him. The suspect was also determined to be on probation and parole, so as of the time of this entry, officers are planning a probation search of his residence. He will be booked into Santa Rita Jail for Grand Theft and probation and parole violations.
An adult male victim contacted a BART officer to report the theft of his bicycle from the South Hayward Station. The victim locked his Trek 2200 men’s road bike on the south racks with a cable approximately 0600 hours. He returned about 1600 hours and the bike was missing.
A patron reported a vehicle in the parking lot with a broken window. An officer was able to locate the Nissan Altima with the driver's side window smashed. The doors were still locked, but the officer noticed that an auxiliary cord was lying across the driver's seat. It appeared as though the suspect smashed the window to grab the device which had been connected to the cord. The officer processed the exterior of the car, took photos and left a note for the owner to contact us upon their return.
The victim was on a Richmond bound train between the Union City and South Hayward Stations, when the suspect, a BM, long dreads, wearing a blk t-sht and jeans, approached her. The suspect asked the victim if she was blind. The victim told the suspect that she was able to see. The suspect then asked the victim if she had any lotion and she told him no. As the train was approaching the South Hayward Station, the suspect got up, stood close to the victim and began masturbating his exposed, erect penis. The suspect was so close to the victim that she could feel his long dreads touching the top of her head. The victim yelled at the suspect and he off-boarded the train at the South Hayward Station. The victim notified the train operator who in turn notified police. The victim continued on the train to the 19th Street Station where officers made contact with her. The suspect was detained by officers at the South Hayward Station. The victim was transported by an officer to the South Hayward Station where she positively identified the suspect. The suspect, who is on probation for attempted robbery, was placed under arrest for indecent exposure and a probation violation. The Detective Sergeant attempted to interview the suspect, but he invoked his Miranda rights and refused to give a statement. Patrol officers also attempted to conduct a probation search of the suspect's home. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the above listed charges. Video is being requested.
A patron reported that his iPhone had been taken from his hand while aboard a Fremont bound train at the South Hayward Station on 8/21 at 2310 hours. As the train pulled into the station, a BM, 5'9"-6' in a black hoodie, grabbed his iPhone and ran off of the train. The male suspect then jumped the wall into the free area and fled. The victim attempted to track his phone, but the phone was unable to be tracked. The investigating officer will be requesting video.
An anonymous patron located a 2012 Honda Civic with the driver’s side window smashed. An officer responded, but was unable to determine if there was any loss. The vehicle was processed for evidence and a note left for the owner to contact us upon their return.
The station agent advised that a woman had reportedly pulled a knife on a man with whom she was traveling. A sergeant and four officers responded to the scene. The woman did not have a knife in her possession when contacted by the officers. The man had left the scene and could not be located. No one came forward to make a citizen’s arrest. Trains ran through the station without stopping for 12 minutes during this incident.
A victim reported his green 1996 Toyota 4runner was broken into while parked in stall #327 between 0815 and 1815 hours. Entry was made via a rear driver’s side window smash. Photos and an attempt to lift prints were attempted. There is no known loss.
A CSO located a 1994 Mitsubishi with the driver's side window smashed. An officer and the CSO were unable to determine if there was any loss. The vehicle was processed for evidence and a note left for the owner to contact us upon their return.
A patron called to report that as she was boarding a train, a suspect (BM, 5'8", thin, wearing a red baseball cap and black shirt) grabbed her iPhone out of her hand and fled the area by jumping a short wall and running out of the station. A second suspect (BM, 5'8", thin, Black puffy vest, white shirt) fled along with the primary suspect. Officers could not locate the suspects. The victim, who was not injured, did not know if she had tracking on the phone.
The station agent reported to the beat officer, that three of the news vendor machines outside of the station, appeared to have been broken into. The locks on the machines appeared to have been pried with an unknown tool. It is unknown if there is any loss at this time. The officer was unable to process the machines for evidence due to contamination. Video is being requested.
A patron called to report a vehicle with a smashed window in the main lot. An officer discovered a 94 Toyota Corolla with a smashed rear wing window. The glove box contents appeared to have been ransacked. The officer was unable to determine if there was any loss, so a note was left for the owner to make contact with us upon their return. The vehicle could not be processed for prints due to condensation.
A BART Track Crew, while doing track maintenance just parallel to the north lot, saw two males attempting to make entry into various vehicles. Officers responded but were unable to locate the suspects. Two vehicles were found to have their rear wing windows smashed. Unknown if there was any loss. 1208-1497, 1208-1497a, L13
Victim reported, when he arrived at the Fremont Station, a male grabbed his iPhone from his hand, while on the platform at South Hayward, and jumped from the platform to the free area and fled. Officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area.
A victim reported his gray 2008 Toyota Prius broken into while parked in the north lot, stall #324. He parked the secured vehicle at 0900 hours. Upon his return at 1830 hours he found the driver’s door window smashed and the interior ransacked. No loss was reported.
A patron reported he was walking through the north parking lot when two men standing next to a pink Honda with steel rims approached him, held a knife to his stomach, and demanded money from him. The victim gave the suspects a backpack containing his $2,000 Apple laptop computer and his wallet which contained $200.00 and miscellaneous credit cards. The two suspects took the victim’s property and drove away from the scene in the vehicle. The knife was approximately 10 inches long and black in color. The victim was not injured and did not want medical attention.
A man reported that his 2006 Buick Lucerne had been burglarized today in the north lot between 0920-1830 hrs. Entry was made through the rear-passenger window, which had been smashed. Shoes and cash were stolen from the vehicle. The vehicle was examined for evidence and photographs were taken. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for latent prints.
A man reported that his 1998 Dodge Ram truck had been burglarized today in the south lot between 1000-1800 hrs. Entry was made through the cab rear window, after the window lock was broken. Clothing was stolen out of the vehicle. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for latent prints.