The station agent reported that a male suspect entered the agent's booth and stole an iPhone that had been turned in as found property. The agent was successful in getting the phone back, but then realized her personal iPhone had also been taken. The suspect denied having the other phone and left the area. The suspect was described as a female, 40 years old, 5'5" tall, wearing a sweater and jeans.
Officers were detailed to the station regarding a (male) juvenile subject displaying a handgun in the bus zone. As officers responded, the subject and a group of other juveniles reportedly walked away from the station, south bound, on a city street. Shortly thereafter, South San Francisco Police officers and a BART officer detained the group at a nearby 7-11 store. During the detention, the subject was found to be in possession of a BB gun, which resembled a semi-automatic handgun; a sergeant responded to the scene. The initial reporting party, however, declined to seek a complaint against the subject for displaying the imitation firearm. Subsequently, the subject’s parents responded to the South San Francisco station and took custody of the juvenile.
Officers were driving from San Francisco back to Oakland, when they observed a vehicle making a u-turn on the Bryant St. on-ramp and attempted to drive down the ramp into oncoming traffic. Officers attempted to stop the driver but he fled eastbound onto the freeway. The driver swerved between lanes and did not drive in a single lane. The officer's suspected the driver was driving while impaired. The driver refused to stop and CHP was notified. CHP intercepted the driver and was able to stop him in Oakland. CHP took the suspect into custody.
South San Francisco Police (SSFPD) received a call from a reporting party who advised that a male was hurting a female in the bus zone area of the station. SSFPD officers arrived on scene first and pursued the male suspect on foot, tasered him, and took him into custody. A BART officer arrived on scene a short time later. SSFPD officers handled the entire case, including the suspect’s booking. A BART prohibition order was issued to the suspect by the BART officer. The female victim was not injured during the incident. SSFPD case #13-6987 / BART PD case #
A patron reported the theft of his backpack from between his feet, from the floor of the train car. The victim fell asleep on the train and when he got to the San Francisco Airport Station, he noticed his backpack was gone from between his feet. A patron told him that a suspect (male, dark hair in a ponytail) had taken the backpack and off boarded the train at the South San Francisco Station. The backpack contained some books and a pair of headphones. Station/train car video will be requested.
While on patrol officers discovered a cut fence and cut lock at the maintenance way. Upon further investigation, the officers found that the walls in the area had been vandalized with graffiti that appeared to be fresh. The exact time frame of occurrence and estimated damage value is unknown at the time. OCC, the EOC, and TSOC were notified. The area was secured by the officers and by a repair crew.
A station agent reported seeing two males (#1 BM, black hoodie, with a messenger bag, #2 BM, black hoodie, skinny jeans, baseball cap with red brim), on video surveillance, struggling with a female over an unknown item on the platform. As the agent called for BART Police over the public address system, he saw the suspects throw something back to the victim and then flee the area. The agent went down to the platform to check on the victim, who told him that the suspects had taken her phone, but threw it back to her before fleeing. The victim said that she was not injured and did not want to wait for police. She left on a train before officers arrived and was never located by officers. An area check for the suspects also met with negative results. The investigating officer will request video.
A male victim reported the theft of a catalytic converter from his red1991 Toyota truck (4J345518) while it was parked in the N/E portion of the lot 0600-1600 hours. The catalytic converter was cut and removed from the vehicle. Loss was estimated at $1,000.00.
A male victim reported the theft of a catalytic converter from his 1991 Mazda MPV (4TTS869) while it was parked in the N/E portion of the lot 0800-1600 hours. The catalytic converter was cut and removed from the vehicle. Loss was estimated at $1,000.00. An officer completed the report.
A victim reported his $50.00 green Specialized Hardrock 7-speed mountain bike was stolen while it was cable locked at the station between 0900-2000 hours. The investigating officer requested station video.
A sergeant and CSO were on the street level above the Montgomery Station when they were flagged down by a male subject who pointed to a female subject who reportedly just stole his female companion’s Iphone 5 while they were inside the Westfield Shopping Mall. The sergeant detained the subject in question. During the course of the investigation, the sergeant discovered that the suspect was in possession of identification cards and credit cards in another person’s name. SFPD responded and sent units to the residence listed on the identification card and contacted a victim who verified that her purse (containing her identification and credit cards) was stolen earlier that morning. The Iphone was never recovered and the original female victim from the shopping mall and her male companion stated they did not wish to pursue a complaint against the suspect for the Iphone theft. SFPD officers took custody of the suspect for possession of stolen property.
A patron reported that their blue Specialized Rock Hopper mountain bike was stolen from the racks adjacent to the parking structure sometime between 0800 hours on 8/3/13 to 1700 hours today. The victim secured the bike to the rack using a cable lock.
Officers were flagged down at the corner of Cyrill Magnun and Eddy Streets, San Francisco, by a witness who advised them of a strong arm robbery having just occurred. The witness identified a female suspect nearby, as well as a victim. The officers immediately detained the suspect without incident and learned that the suspect had forcibly taken a cell phone from the victim. San Francisco Police officers arrived and took control of the case.
A female reported being pushed by her boyfriend who then took her cell phone while in the paid area of the station. The boyfriend was detained, positively identified, and placed under arrest for domestic violence. A warrant check on the girlfriend revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of San Francisco for disturbing the peace. Sergeant K. Smith arrived at the scene to approve the arrests and debrief the suspects. Engram was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
While on patrol at the South San Francisco station, an officer located a Toyota RJ, 4dr, black, with a smashed out window, on the second level of the parking structure. The officer also located some property on the ground next to the vehicle. It could not be determined if the property belonged to the vehicle or if the vehicle had been entered.The officer processed the vehicle and left a note for the owner.
An officer was called to a report of a vehicle with a smashed window. The officer was able to locate four vehicles on the 1st and 2nd level of the parking structure with broken windows. All four vehicles had been ransacked. The officer processed all of the vehicles for evidence and left notes for the owners to contact us upon their return. One owner returned and said that he had parked the vehicle at 2200 hours on 4/25. Station video is being requested. 1304-3871, 1304-3895, 1304-3895A, 1304-3895B L16
04/15/13 2011 hrs. A man reported that his Cycle Force Victory 15-speed men’s mountain bicycle had been stolen today between 0800-1700 hrs. It had been secured with a U-lock to the bike rack in the south-east parking lot. The U-lock was also stolen.
A victim made a telephone report that her 2005 silver Toyota Corolla 4 door was vandalized while was parked on the ground level in the parking structure between 1000-1800 hours. The victim stated there were illegible scratches on the hood of her car. There was no other damage to the vehicle.
A victim reported his 1989 white Honda Civic was burglarized while it was parked and locked at the station between 0430-1500 hours. The vehicle was unlocked, and a pack of cigarettes and a cigarette lighter were taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
A female victim was attacked while on the escalator from the platform to the concourse by a Hispanic male. The suspect hit her repeatedly with a U-bolt bike lock on the head, body and legs. The Station Agent witnessed the attack and followed the suspect who fled the station. The suspect was detained, identified and arrested about a half a block away from the crime scene. The victim was transported to the hospital where she received seven stitches to her head and had bruising on her body. A Detective interviewed the victim and suspect. The suspect confessed to the crime. The suspect and victim did not know each other. The suspect was booked at the Redwood City Jail.
A victim reported his green 26” Janis mountain bicycle valued at $500 removed from a bicycle rack which was locked to the back of his vehicle. The vehicle was parked in stall #262. This occurred between 1500 and 1700 hours.
A BART Officer contacted an adult male patron who reported his silver 1996 Honda Civic (4XBK525) was stolen from the South San Francisco Station parking lot. The victim parked his vehicle about 0710 hours and returned about 1830 hours and it was missing.
A patron reported via telephone his brown and orange TimBuk2 shoulder bag that was laying next to him while he was asleep aboard a Millbrae bound train between the Richmond and South San Francisco Stations was taken. The bag contained the victim’s identification, credit card, and $60.00.