Jason Benson (03/09/75 Daly City) was contacted for disturbing the peace on a train arriving at the Daly City Station. Benson was arrested for 647(f)PC. He was transported and booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
A women's Specialized Dolce Sport X3 was stolen from inside bike locker #8 at the South San Francisco Station. No signs of a forced entry. Theft occurred between 0815-1730 hours. Victim stated purchase price was $750.00 but the bike is a few years old.
About 1845 hours, BART Police began receiving cell phone thefts committed by juveniles in San Francisco. No injuries were reported. Additional BART Police Officers were sent to San Francisco to increase a police presence on the trains and in the Stations. No additional cell phone theft have occurred since.
Cathlena McGriff (49 years old, San Francisco) was arrested for 243(e)(1) P.C. at the South San Francisco Station. McGriff was issued a prohibition order and booked at the Redwood City Jail.
Misty Bell (19 years, Missouri) was placed under arrest for 273.5 PC and Devon Barron (23 years, Sacramento) was placed under arrest for 20,000 warrant for 273.5 PC. Both were booked into jail. Bell was issued a prohibition order.
While at the nearby BART station, BART officers were alerted to a male brandishing a handgun in San Francisco jurisdiction. Subsequently, after a brief foot-pursuit, officers arrested Reynald Fino (25 years, San Francisco) for resisting arrest and weapons-related crimes. He was transported to a local hospital as a precaution due to an accidental fall he sustained during the foot-pursuit. After being medically cleared, Fino will be booked into county jail for the listed crimes.
Officers responded to the San Francisco Station for a male (Joseph Matthews, 28 years, San Francisco) threatening people at the station. Mathews was placed under arrest for battery and a 25K arrest warrant for a narcotics violation. Mathews will be booked when released for the hospital for a medical condition.
A male (Antoine WAGNER, 34, San Francisco) was arrested for auto burglary and an outstanding $2,500 arrest warrant for fraud, held by SFPD. Wagner was booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
A witness, in the parking structure, at the South San Francisco Station observed a suspect (Angelo Anello, 40 years old, San Francisco) exit a Honda Pilot, which he had just burglarized. Anello fled on foot and was detained about a block away from the station. He was positively identified by the witness. Anello was placed under arrest for auto burglary. Anello was booked at the Redwood City Jail.
Officers arrested a male suspect for public intoxication after he was deemed unable to care for himself due to his alcohol consumption. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the violation.
A victim called in to report a burglary to their vehicle while it was parked at the station. The vehicle was parked on 4/27/2017 at approximately 0800 hours and the owner returned on 4/29/2017 at approximately 2030 hours to find two windows smashed. Entry was made via the front passenger side window and rear driver’s side window smashes. Loss was two pairs of sunglasses valued at a total of $2100.
An officer located a vehicle with passenger side rear window smashed out on level two of the parking structure in stall 631. The victim later called in to report the burglary to their vehicle, a 2001 Mitsubishi Montero. The victim stated they parked and locked their vehicle at 0700 hours on 4/27/2017. The loss was a jump starter box valued at $80 and car jack valued at $40.
A patron parked their 2016 Hyundai Tuscon at the station on 4/28/17 at 07:00 and returned on 4/29/17 at 13:30 to find that an unknown suspect smashed a window and removed property that had been left in the car. The car was parked on the third level of the parking structure.
A victim reported that their 2007 Acura was burglarized while parked in the lot on 3/21 between 0855-2000 hours. The truck lock was somehow cheated to gain entry into the trunk (no damage) and a bag of gym clothes was taken. The vehicle was not processed (phone report).