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).
A female reported to the station agent that as she was walking in the parking structure a male suspect came up behind her and grabbed her/sexual battery. The female fell to the ground and the male fled the area on foot. He was not located after an area search. The female victim declined any medical attention. Station video will be requested.
Officer took a cold auto burglary report. Victim parked and locked his vehicle in the N/E open parking lot at approximately 1800 hours. Upon his return at 2030 hours, he discovered his rear driver’s side window smashed. Loss was a work laptop and gym clothes. No known suspect. No prints were located.
Officer took a cold auto burglary report. Victim parked and locked his vehicle in the parking lot, stall #550, 2nd floor at approximately 1745 hours. Upon his return at 2020 hours, he discovered his vehicle had a window smash. Loss was a backpack. No known suspect. No prints were located.
Officer took a supplemental telephone report from a victim who reported her rear passenger wing window to be smashed. The victim parked her vehicle, a 2004 Toyota Matrix, on 2/15/2017 and returned to her vehicle on 2/21/2017. The vehicle was parked on level three of the parking structure in stall 1039. Officers found the vehicle with the window smashed, along with several other vehicles with similar damage on the evening of 2/15/2017. The original officer who discovered the vehicle with the window smash left a note on the vehicle for the owner to contact our department to make a report. Victim called in this afternoon, 2/23/2017, to make a report. The victim stated she believed the vehicle was not entered and the only damage was the smashed window.
A patron called to report two vehicles with windows smashed. Responding officers located eleven vehicles with smashed windows. Some of the vehicles appeared to have been entered, while others had no indication that anyone had entered the passenger compartment. Some of the owners had returned to their vehicles at the time of this entry and two reported that a laptop computer was taken from their vehicles. It appears that the damages occurred between 0830-2245 hours and all the damaged vehicles were parked on the 2nd and 3rd level of the parking structure. Station video will be requested.
The victim’s 2008 Saab was burglarized between the hours of 1730 on Feb 3 and 0800 today’s date. The vehicle was parked in stall #1237. Entry was made via a driver side window smash, and the loss was a pair of sunglasses.
An officer contacted an adult male for eating on the train and discovered that he had three warrants totaling $21,000. The male was also found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, so he was cited for eating on the train and possession of the marijuana and drug paraphernalia before being booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrants.
The victim reported that her 10' Mazda 3 was burglarized today while parked on the second level of the parking structure in stall #487 between the hours of 1145-1654. Loss was jewelry, a make up bag and sunglasses. There was no sign of forced entry and the officer lifted a print from the vehicle.
A male suspect detained by and officer for reportedly disturbing others was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself. He was also found to have an outstanding $5K misdemeanor vandalism warrant, held by the Alameda County Sherriff’s Office, for his arrest. The officer placed the suspect under arrest for public intoxication and the warrant, and booked him into the county jail. No complaint was sought for the initial disturbance portion of the incident.