A patron reported that their white 1998 Honda Civic was burglarized while parked in stall #332 in the north lot, between 0915-1929 hours. An unknown suspect gained entry by door cheat and stole a canoe paddle.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle (a 2000 Honda Civic) in space 58 today at 0515 hours. They returned 1700 hours to find their doors unlocked and vehicle burglarized. Loss was a stereo ($150), Swiss Army bag with tools ($70) and three pairs of safety glasses ($30). An Officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
A female victim reported that while aboard a Fremont bound train arriving at the station, a White male suspect suddenly grabbed her Apple Macbook Air laptop from her grasp and fled from the train, eventually jumping over the platform wall and onto the Union Pacific track way and then flee north bound. Responding officers performed an unsuccessful search for the suspect, nor were they able to track the stolen laptop. The victim, who was not injured during the theft, further described the suspect as 20-25 years of age; wearing a white shirt and black jeans. The investigating officer requested train and station video.
A female victim reported that while on a Fremont train, a White male suspect suddenly grabbed her white iPhone 5s from her hands as the train arrived at the station. The suspect then fled from the train, while the victim continued aboard the train and reported theft upon arriving at the Union City Station. The primary investigating officer performed an unsuccessful search for the suspect. The victim, who was not injured, further described the suspect was 16-18 years of age, wearing a lite-colored sweater and white shorts. The victim did not have immediate access to her phone’s tracking capability, so the phone was not tracked. The officer requested train and station video.
A victim reported that their 2011 Acura MDX was burglarized, via a driver’s door window smash, while parked at the station between 0800 and 2245 hours. The victim reported a garage door opener and the vehicle’s registration were taken from the vehicle during the burglary. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed a report.
A victim reported their 1990 white Toyota Corolla was broken into while parked at the South Hayward Station, between 0630 – 1720 hours. Loss was $20.00 in change. In addition, the steering column was damaged. The officer did not process the vehicle because the victim entered the vehicle prior to his arrival.
A patron parked and locked a 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe at 07:25 in space #744. When the patron returned at 17:28 they found that some unknown suspect had smashed driver’s side window. There was no sign of entry and no loss from the vehicle.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser in the parking lot today, at 1130 hours. They returned at 1700 hours to find their window smashed and glove box opened. The reporting officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
A patron reported that their silver 2003 Honda Element was burglarized while parked in stall #30, near Tennyson Road. An unknown suspect smashed the rear window to gain entry and stole about $200 in cash.
A victim reported the theft of their purple (unknown name brand) men’s mountain bike, valued at $100, while it was left unsecured at the bike racks between 0030 and 1545 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
A male suspect detained by an officer for disturbing another person aboard a train was found to have an outstanding $5K misdemeanor warrant, charging defrauding an innkeeper and held by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office, for his arrest. The officer placed the suspect under arrest without incident. A sergeant responded and approved the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrant only as no complainant came forward wishing to pursue a complaint against him for the earlier reported disturbance.
An officer arrested a male suspect known to have three outstanding misdemeanor warrants, held by various Alameda county police agencies and totaling more than $22K in bail amounts, for his arrest. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the main county for the warrants.
Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person who ran away from a parked car in the lot that had a window smash. The officers arrived, were unable to locate the suspect, but did find a Ford F-150 with its rear passenger window smashed. The loss is undetermined at this time. The officer attempted to locate contact information for the registered owner with negative results. The officers processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
A victim reported her 1998 black Nissan Sentra was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall 413 in the south lot between 1330-1800 hours. The passenger window was smashed and a leather jacket was taken from inside the vehicle. No prints were lifted from the vehicle.
An officer was at the station when he responded to a call of a female screaming for help in the passenger pick up zone. The officer located a female subject covered in blood. Hayward PD was advised and they responded as well. Hayward PD arrived and the BART officer assisted in placing the female subject in handcuffs. BART PD received information that the female subject may have been involved in a homicide that occurred in the city of Hayward. The case was turned over to Hayward PD. A BART sergeant was on scene to supervise and the video recovery team was also notified. BART Officers also assisted with securing the scene at the station.
A male was contacted after he was seen on camera removing a fire extinguisher from the platform and throwing it onto the adjacent Union Pacific tracks. A records check revealed he had an $80,000 warrant for obstruction of justice. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for tampering with a fire extinguisher and the warrant.
An adult female detained for fare evasion by officers was found to have three outstanding misdemeanor theft warrants for her arrest. Two of the warrants totaled $7500 in bail amounts and the third was listed as having “no bail.” The suspect was arrested for the warrants without incident and a lieutenant approved the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrants.
An officer contacted an adult female for fare evasion and discovered that she had a $50,000 warrant for assault. A search of her person revealed a crack pipe. She was FI'd for fare evasion and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.