A victim reported her Apple iPhone 5 was taken from her hand while in the parking lot. Officers arrived and detained a man who was positively identified by the victim as the suspect. There were no injuries and the suspect was cited and released for theft. A record check on another person detained at the scene revealed three outstanding no-bail arrest juvenile warrants out of Alameda County. The juvenile was placed under arrest for the warrants. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrests.
A female subject called the ISRC reporting that her cousin texted her, stating that she needed help. The female subject spoke to the reporting officer who was then able to locate and speak to the victim who was now at her residence. The female victim reported that at around 0900 hours, she was at the South Hayward Station when she was approached by 2 subjects in a vehicle who asked her if she knew where to buy marijuana. The victim stated that one of the suspects then proceeded to force her into their vehicle and then drove to a parking lot in Hayward. The victim stated they parked in a parking lot but was unsure exactly where it was located. The victim alleged that one of the suspects tried to sexually batter her. The victim stated she was able to escape from the vehicle and eventually make it home. The victim only described both subjects as Hispanic males, one of whom was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. Station video was requested through the Communications Department and the surrounding areas were also checked for video surveillance. The on-call detective was also advised of the incident.
A victim called to report that a suspect cheated the passenger’s door lock to gain entry into his vehicle and damaged the ignition. The suspect also damaged the other exterior locks in an apparent attempt to gain entry. The suspect entered, ransacked the interior, but did not take anything. It appears the suspect tried to steal the vehicle, but was unsuccessful. The crime occurred while the vehicle was parked in the lot between 1600 hours on 11/20 and 0705 hours on 11/21. The vehicle was not processed for evidence (phone report).
A victim reported that a suspect cheated the driver's door lock to gain entry into his vehicle and damaged the ignition. The suspect entered, ransacked the interior, but did not take anything. It appears the suspect tried to steal the vehicle, but was unsuccessful. The crime occurred while the vehicle was parked in the lot between 1500 hours on 11/20 and 0553 hours on 11/21. The vehicle was processed for evidence by the investigating officer.
Officers riding a Fremont bound train contacted a subject on the train for littering. The suspect was off-boarded at the South Hayward Station. A records check revealed that the suspect had a "no-cite" warrant for $15,000 from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office for a narcotics violation. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant. Officers also determined that the suspect was not in possession of a valid BART fare ticket. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the warrant, cited for fare evasion, and reprimanded for littering. A sergeant was not able to respond to approve the arrest because of a priority call for service.
An officer responded to a report of a subject ramming shopping carts into vehicles. He arrived and detained a subject matching the description and determined he was intoxicated. Three victim vehicles were located and a witness positively identified the subject as the same person who they saw ramming the shopping carts into the vehicles, causing damage. The subject was arrested and is to be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication and vandalism. Notes were left for the victim vehicles which were parked in parking stalls just outside of the station. The Hayward Police Department advised they were not able to respond.
Officers responded to the South Hayward Station for a report of three Hispanic males burglarizing a vehicle in the north lot. Officer arrived on-scene and located a green 2000 Mazda Protégé (4ESH228) with its driver's window smashed. The Mazda was parked in stall #350 and the ignition was also damaged. An officer processed the Mazda for prints but with negative results. Responding officers searched the surrounding area for the suspect but with negative results. The victim returned to his Mazda and confirmed nothing was removed from the vehicle. An officer completed a burglary report.
A female victim was riding the up escalator to platform #2 when a male suspect walked down the escalator and grabbed the female's groin. The male jumped the fare gates and fled from the station in an unknown direction. Suspect is described as a Middle Eastern male, 20-30 years old, blue shirt, cream colored Khakis and a black backpack. Victim can identify the suspect and wanted to press charges against the suspect. Station video was requested by the investing officer.
An officer responded to the station on the report of two females engaged in an argument. Upon making contact with the females the officer learned they were dating one another. During this time, one female became increasingly hostile so the officer placed her in handcuffs in order to avoid a violent confrontation. Shortly after being placed in handcuffs, however, the female managed to kick the other female’s buttocks. She was then placed under arrest for domestic battery, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the post-arrest debrief. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Hayward City jail for domestic violence. The victim was not injured.
Officers responded to a report of a person who battered the station agent and took a pair of glasses from him. The agent chased after the suspect on foot and flagged down Hayward Police, who took the suspect into custody after tasing him. The agent suffered head and facial injuries, and was transported to Eden Hospital for treatment. The suspect was placed under arrest and transported to St. Rose Hospital for his injuries. While at the hospital, the suspect became resistive and physical force was used to restrain him. A sergeant responded to the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation. PoliceVideo was notified and a station agent supervisor responded to the scene. After his release from the hospital, the suspect will be booked for robbery and battery. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A victim reported her maroon 2004 Ford Taurus 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #371 between 0800-1900 hours. The left rear passenger window was slightly rolled down and the interior of the vehicle was ransacked. Prints were lifted from the vehicle.
A victim reported his white 2014 Honda Accord 2 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #1099 between 0900-1650 hours. The method of entry was unknown, and a $150.00 Garmin GPS was taken from inside the vehicle.
A person detained for fare evasion provided the officer with several false names and was subsequently placed under for providing false identification. A search of the subject’s person incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of brass knuckles. The subject was cited for fare evasion and booked for providing false identification and possession of metal knuckles. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A patron had their cell phone snatched from their hand while on the Fremont bound train at the station. The suspect was described as a black male, 18-20 years old, 5'6" tall, 200-225 pounds, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, dark jeans and carrying a dark gray backpack. The suspect fled out of the station toward Tennyson Road and was not located by responding officers. The phone was not equipped with tracking.
A record check on a woman detained for possible involvement in a reported domestic battery revealed an outstanding $30,000 arrest warrant out of Los Angeles for battery. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant and the report of battery was unconfirmed. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
An adult/female victim reported that as she entered her vehicle, which was parked in the north lot – stall 976, a Black male adult entered the vehicle on the front passenger side, took her purse and fled in an unknown vehicle. Officers responded, but were unable to locate the suspect. The victim, who was not injured during the theft, reported the purse contained a Samsung cell phone, $100 cash, and credit cards; the officers were unable to track the phone. She further described the suspect as 18 years of age, standing 5’10” tall, weighing 160 lbs., and wearing a navy blue shirt & khaki pants. The investigating officer requested station video.
An officer was flagged down at the corner of Mission Blvd. and Valle Vista, near the station, by a victim of an auto burglary which had occurred just minutes earlier. Shortly after obtaining the suspect’s description, the officer located him in the station’s parking lot. Together with Hayward officers, the officer detained the suspect without incident. A victim and a witness then positively identified the suspect and he was taken into custody for burglary by Alameda County Sheriffs deputies as the crime occurred in their jurisdiction.
A victim reported the theft of his white 1996 Honda Civic from the South Hayward Station. The victim parked in stall #726, in the south lot at 0645 hours. He returned at 1750 hours and discovered his Honda was stolen. An officer completed an auto theft report.
While on patrol, a BART officer assisted Hayward Police on a traffic stop at Mission and Harder Streets in the K-Mart parking lot. During the detention, the suspect became combative and a taser was activated by Hayward Police. The suspect continued to resist as several officers struggled with the suspect. The suspect then went into cardiac arrest, and was transported to St. Rose Hospital where was pronounced dead at 2350 hours. Investigation is on-going at this time.