The victim called to report that his 2003 Ford Explorer had been burglarized between the hours of 0908 on 3/24/16 and 2300 hours on 3/28/16. The victim reported the loss from his vehicle was a brown leather jacket from the year 1969, and two computers valued at $1,000. The suspect entered the vehicle via a window smash.
An officer contacted an adult female who reportedly was in need of a welfare check. The caller advised the suspect may be "under the influence" and in need of help. An officer located and detained the suspect. A records check revealed the suspect had a $50,000 warrant held by SFPD for theft. The suspect was placed under arrest. A search incident to arrest revealed drug paraphernalia in the suspect's possession. It was also determined that the suspect had battered a female juvenile, but the victim declined to press any charges. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on the warrant and cited for the drug paraphernalia possession.
A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a Specialized Hardrock Mountain bicycle) at the station today 1000 hours. The bicycle was secured with cable lock. The victim returned at 1305 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $420.
A call box in the Pringle Avenue lot was activated and dispatchers heard several voices yelling and someone screaming for help. BART and Walnut Creek PD officers responded, but could not find anyone in distress. There was no evidence of a crime at the scene, but the call box was processed for evidence. No other reports were received by BART or Walnut Creek PD regarding the incident. It is not known whether a crime took place.
A male suspect detained by an officer for reportedly creating a disturbance was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself. He was also found to have an active court order prohibiting him from BART property, as well as a $5K public intoxication warrant, held by BART Police, for his arrest. The officer arrested the suspect without incident, and then booked him into the county jail for public intoxication, violation of a court order and the outstanding warrant.
A victim reported that their gray 2000 GMC Yukon was burglarized while parked in stall 1878 between 0715 and 1700 hours. The vehicle entered by unknown means and the following items were taken: A pair of prescription sunglasses and a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses. The victim declined to have the vehicle fingerprinted. An officer completed a report.
A victim reported that she was battered at the station by a male suspect. An officer arrived and contacted the male, who was determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself. The battery victim did not wish to pursue charges, so the male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for public intoxication.
A male suspect detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself, and was placed under arrest for public intoxication. The suspect was then booked into the county jail.
1601-2897, 2015 hours A victim reported the theft of their men's 24 speed Specialized "rock Hopper" (charcoal with green lettering) from the Walnut Creek Station, between 0850-2005 hours. The bike was secured to the bike rack near the #91 bus stop using a cable lock ($40.00). The victim estimated the loss at $800.00. An officer completed a bike theft report.
An officer was called to check on a male who appeared to be in need of psychiatric attention. A records check revealed that the male had a no bail warrant for disturbing the peace and a $30,000 warrant for violation of a court order. He also has a valid stay away order to stay away from BART. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the warrants and for violation of the court order.
An officer detained a male suspect for reportedly causing a disturbance aboard a Pittsburg bound train. During the detention, the officer determined that the suspect was too intoxicated to care for himself and placed him under arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for public intoxication.
A victim reported their green 2006 Toyota Prius was broken into while parked in the permit lot of the Walnut Creek Station, between 1800-1930 hours. Loss was a canvass briefcase containing work clothes ($40.00 loss).
A male suspect was detained by an officer for reportedly battering and threatening patrons on the San Francisco platform. During the detention, the officer determined the suspect was too intoxicated to care for himself, so he was placed under arrest for public intoxication. A search of the suspect incident to the arrest revealed he was in possession of multiple individually packaged baggies of suspected narcotics, a small weighing scale and some cash. At this point, the suspect was also placed under arrest for transporting narcotics and possession of narcotics for sale. The officer conferred with the Department’s narcotics officer, before the suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail. There were no victims wishing to place the suspect under arrest for any other crimes.
A victim reported that their gray 2003 Chevrolet Silverado truck was burglarized while parked in stall 1886, near Pringle Street, between 0440 and 1910 hours. As a result of the burglary, the victim reported the loss of two backpacks and iPod accessories. An officer responded and determined the vehicle was entered via a driver’s door lock cheat. The victim declined to have their vehicle fingerprinted.
An officer responded to the Walnut Creek Station for a report of a male aboard a Pittsburg bound train that urinated on himself. The officer located the male and determined he was intoxicated an unable to care for himself. The male was placed under arrest for public intoxication and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
San Mateo PD detectives requested assistance in locating a murder suspect believed to be attempting to escape by using BART. San Mateo detectives tracked the suspect's cell phone and BART officers swept trains looking for the suspect at Rockridge and El Cerrito Plaza Stations, with negative results. Sometime later, the phone was located again at Walnut Creek Station. Officers again responded and searched the station and parking structure, with negative results. The phone pinged in the area south of the station. Walnut Creek PD and other agencies, with the assistance of aircraft, continued to search the city for the suspect.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a subject creating a disturbance on the platform. They arrived and detained a subject and wants check revealed that the subject had a felony no bail warrant charging assault with a deadly weapon issued from the SFPD. The subject was arrested and booked into the Martinez Jail for his warrant. There was no one willing to make a complaint against the subject for creating a disturbance.
A victim reported that their black 2016 Mercedes Benz 350 was burglarized while parked in the lot adjacent to Pringle Street between 0700 and 1800 hours. The vehicle’s driver’s door window was smashed to gain entry. Aside from its center console left open by the suspect(s), nothing was missing/stolen. An officer responded and completed a report.
A sergeant and an officer responded to a report a suspicious person inside the parking structure. The sergeant observed and detained a subject inside the structure and a wants check revealed that the subject had two outstanding warrants for his arrest. The first was a misdemeanor $25k warrant charging burglary issued from the Pleasant Hill Police Department. The second was a felony no bail warrant charging fraud issued by the Concord Police Department. The subject was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Jail for his warrant.
A victim reported that their red Mazda Miata was burglarized while parked in the structure, stall 1144, between 0445 and 1615 hours. An officer responded and determined the vehicle was entered via a driver’ door lock cheat. The victim reported that their vehicle’s registration card and an iPad were taken during the burglary; the iPad was not trackable as it was turned off. The victim declined to have their vehicle processed for fingerprints.
An officer was dispatched to a disturbance on a train. Upon arrival he was notified by witnesses of a domestic battery and that one party was the dominant aggressor who was arrested for 243(e)(1) PC. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order from BART. The victim declined to pursue an emergency protective order. The suspect was booked into jail.
A victim reported the theft of their blue/white Jamis brand road bike, valued at $650.00, while it was U locked at the station on 11/4/15 between 0730 and 2145 hours. An officer contacted the victim and completed a report.