A patron called to report that his tan 1988 Toyota Corolla was burglarized while parked in the lot between 0700-1200 hours. The driver's window was smashed to gain entry and a power drill battery was taken. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for prints, but photos were taken. Once the officer completed the investigation, he located two more burglarized vehicles in the lot (a Mini Cooper and a Toyota Corolla). Those vehicles were processed for prints and photographed and notes left for their owners.
A BART Officer contacted a victim of an attempt auto theft at South Hayward Station. The victim was returning to her parked 1988 Honda in the Dixon Street Lot, when she saw a suspect sitting in her vehicle’s driver’s seat. The suspect had a key in the ignition. The suspect was described as: (BMA, 20-25 years, 6’00” medium build, wearing a green striped shirt and red baseball cap). The suspect told the victim that he was not trying to take her car and mentioned that his key works on her vehicle. After retrieving his items from the victim’s vehicle and trunk, the suspect entered another nearby vehicle and drove away. The second vehicle was described as a late model Honda with a partial plate of _ROB993. Detectives were notified and are following known leads. Prints were not recovered. There were no signs of forced entry or loss from the victim vehicle.
Hayward PD detained two juvenile suspects in connection with an armed robbery that occurred near the South Hayward Station. Subsequent investigation revealed that the two detainees were not involved in the armed robbery, but had attempted to take a female victim's purse by force while in the BART station parking lot earlier. The victim managed to retain possession of her purse and she positively identified the two detainees as the two suspects who tried to steal her bag. Responding officers took custody of the suspects and took over the investigation. The on-call detective responded and interviewed the suspects and victim. The two juveniles were eventually booked at Alameda County Juvenile Hall.
A patron reported that his vehicle was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the parking lot on 2/21/12 between 0915-1810 hours. Entry to the vehicle was made via the camper shell, which had a broken window. The inside of the camper was ransacked, but nothing was taken. The scene was not processed because the officer was flagged down by the victim while conducting his train rides and did not have access to his patrol vehicle.
A female struck her girlfriend in the face while in the station and then continued to hit the victim as they entered their vehicle in the lot. Officers arrived and arrested the suspect for domestic violence. The victim, who suffered minor welts and scratches on her face, declined medical attention and refused any EPO information. Statements were taken from the victim, suspect and the station agent (witness) before the suspect was booked into the Hayward City Jail.
Officers responded to the South Hayward BART Station on a report by BART Central of a person who was possibly hit by a Richmond bound train as it arrived on track #2 at the station. Officers who arrived at the scene saw a man who was lying on the platform. Officers stated the subject possibly had a broken leg and complained of pain to his neck. The subject was conscious, coherent and told officers at the scene he wanted to commit suicide but became scared as the train arrived and tried to climb back onto the platform. An independent witness reported seeing the subject on the track way, seemingly waiting for a train to hit him. As the train approached, the subject tried to climb back on to the platform and was in the leg by the train before he made it to the platform. The subject was later removed from the platform by paramedics with no life threatening injuries and was transported to St. Rose Hospital in Hayward. Revenue service at the station was delayed for 38 minutes. 1201-3378 L12.
An officer on patrol noticed a male and female on bicycles in the lot. The male was between two vehicles, so the officer made contact. The officer was unable to locate any evidence of a crime in the lot, but identified both parties. The male was clear of any wants and was released. The female was wanted by the Department of Corrections for a parole violation warrant. She was debriefed regarding BART crimes before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the parole warrant.
BART Officers were patrolling the station when they saw an adult male come out of a Union Pacific shack located just north of the station platform where they were located. The subject was carrying a flashlight and a piece of rebar that could be used as a weapon. The officers told the person to drop the rebar and they contacted him. The subject said he was homeless and had been sleeping in the shack. A routine warrant check revealed the subject had a no bail $10,000 warrant for being Under the Influence of Drugs. The suspect was then arrested for the warrant and booked at the Santa Rita Jail. Officers are going to contact the Union Pacific railroad and advise them of the subject sleeping in the shack.
While on patrol, officers contacted a fare evader who furnished them with false identification. A physical altercation ensued when the male subject tried to flee from the officers. The officers were able to take the suspect into custody after a brief pursuit, and also found that he had an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant out of Santa Clara County for narcotics. Neither the officers nor the suspect needed medical attention. The suspect was booked at the Santa Rita Jail for resisting arrest and the warrant. 1111-2795 L12.
Officers responded to a domestic violence, physical altercation near the station fare gates involving a male and a female. Part of the confrontation was caught on video in Police Dispatch (ISRC) and showed the male suspect hitting the female in the head. The station agent was nearby and grabbed the male, preventing him from attacking further. The male suspect then left the station on foot and the female followed after him. Officers detained both parties just off of BART property on Tennyson Street. The male and female live together, and have a child together. The male was arrested for domestic battery and booked at Santa Rita jail.
An officer responded to the station on a report of a male assault suspect at the station. The reporting party stated the suspect assaulted him two weeks earlier and a police report was taken by Hayward PD. The officer detained the suspect without incident. The suspect is on probation with a full-search clause. The suspect was searched: Narcotics and a stun gun were located. The suspect has a prior felony conviction and therefore is not allowed to possess a stun gun. The suspect was arrested for possession of narcotics and the stun gun. The reporting party positively identified the suspect as the person who battered him. Hayward PD was contacted regarding their case and charges will be sought in that case. The suspect was booked for suspected narcotics possession and stun gun possession.
A female patron reported to dispatch that a male just grabbed her cell phone from her hand while she was standing on the Fremont bound platform and fled from the station. After grabbing the phone, the suspect jumped over the platform and onto the railroad tracks below. No weapons were seen, and the victim said she could identify the suspect if she saw him again. Officers check the immediate area with negative results. 1110-2061 L12.
An adult female victim was on board a Fremont bound train when it stopped at the station. Two black males wearing all black clothing approached and one of them snatched her iPhone-4 out of her hand and they fled from the train at the station. Two additional black males in all black clothing also fled the train with the suspects. The victim stayed on the train until it arrived at the Fremont Station and contacted the agent at the station. The victim said the crime happened very quickly and she will not be able to identify the suspects.
08/04/11–0485 Hours BART officers contacted a subject on the platform for fare evasion. A warrant check revealed two outstanding warrants out of Alameda County. The first warrant ($10,000.00) is for possession of a controlled substance, and the second warrant ($20,000.00) is for Indecent Exposure. The warrants were confirmed and the subject was taken into custody. The subject was debriefed by a sergeant concerning criminal activity in the BART system with negative results. The subject was cited on a citizen arrest by the station agent and transported to Alameda County Jail for booking.
An 18-year old woman reported that a man, whom she knows as “Tyjohn,” robbed her of her Metro PC Kiwi cell phone. The suspect took the phone at South Hayward station, then followed the victim to El Cerrito del Norte station. The suspect made unspecified threats to the victim and fled towards San Pablo Ave. (suspect description: B-M, 23 years old, light complexion, 5-3, 145, brown eyes described as “bulging,” blue NY Yankees baseball cap, dark blue sweater, light blue jeans, white Nike shoes)
A BART officer was conducting a patrol check of the station when she observed a female exit the elevator (paid area to the free area) and fail to process a BART ticket. The officer contacted the subject and detained her for possible fare evasion. A warrant check revealed the subject had a Department of Corrections no bail warrant. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was taken into custody. The subject was debriefed by a Sergeant concerning criminal activity in the BART system with negative results. The subject was transported to Alameda County Jail for booking.
A subject (black male, 18 to 19 yrs., light skin, afro, 511, white t-shirt, jeans, with a scar on both sides of his neck) was attempting to fare evade using the emergency gate. The subject was contacted by the station agent, and the subject became upset. The subject pushed the station agent and fled toward Tennyson Blvd. The area was searched for the subject with negative results. The station agent did not require any medical attention.
Officers and a K-9 handler assisted Hayward PD in locating a male suspected of robbing and shooting a male victim near the station on Tennyson Road. The search for the suspect proved negative, and the victim is in critical condition. 1106-1899 L12.