The owner of an Acura reported that her passenger front window was smashed, her vehicle was entered, and her makeup bag was stolen (a loss of $100.00). The victim left her vehicle parked and locked on 10/04/13 at 2200 hours and returned on 10/5/13 at 1045 hours to find that her car had been burglarized. There are no known suspects or witnesses. An officer contacted the victim and took a report.
A patron locked (cable lock) and left their bike at the bike racks (Dublin side structure) at 0700 hours. The patron returned the same date at 1500 hours and discovered their bike had been stolen. The bike is described as a “green Magna bike.”
A victim reported her 2009 white Chevrolet Tracker was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #817 on the 2nd level parking structure on the Pleasanton side of the station between 2200 hours on 8/16/13 and 1720 hours on 8/17/13. The lock was forcibly removed from the front passenger door, and the registration was taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
A victim reported his black 7 speed mountain bicycle (unknown make and model) was stolen while it was cable locked at the bike racks in the Dublin parking structure between 1100-100 hours.
A witness saw a male suspect steal an iPhone from a sleeping victim’s person while they were aboard a Dublin-Pleasanton bound train at the station. Shortly after the theft, the suspect and the witness off boarded at the station, but the victim continued aboard the incident train, which was headed toward the Dublin-Pleasanton station. The witness then reported the theft to the station agent as the suspect walked away from the paid area of the station. Subsequently, Dublin Police detained the suspect at a nearby shopping center and, pursuant to a weapons-related search clause, found the victim’s phone on his person. A BART officer responded to the suspect’s location along with the victim, who positively identified her phone. Similarly, the witness responded to the suspect’s location and positively identified him as the responsible. A sergeant responded to debrief the suspect and approve the arrest. The suspect was transported to the nearby county jail where he was booked for grand theft and violating the terms of his probation.
A patron called to report the theft of her unknown brand, black and orange men's bicycle ($100 value). The victim could not provide any further information about the bike and said that she did not use a lock to lock the bike to the rack. The bike was taken on 4/23 between 0625 and 1700 hours.
A victim reported a catalytic converter was stolen from his grey-colored 2003 Toyota Sequoia while it was parked on the 4th level of the parking structure. An officer is investigating the theft.
A victim reported a $4,000.00 catalytic converter was stolen from his black-colored 2002 Toyota Sequoia while it was parked in stall #602 on the top level of the parking structure between 0705-2115 hours. An is investigating the theft.
A man reported that his men’s 24-speed mountain bicycle (unknown brand and model) had been stolen on 04/21/13, between 1545-2130 hrs., from the bike racks in the parking garage. The cable lock which had secured the bicycle was also stolen.
A victim reported his 2006 red BMW convertible was burglarized while it was parked and locked on the second floor of the parking structure between 0830-2036 hours. The roof of the convertible was slashed and a jacket was taken from inside the vehicle. The scene was processed for evidence.
A female victim called into the ISRC to report the theft of her catalytic converter from her 2006 gold Toyota Sequoia (6GHN556). The victim parked in stall #1880 on 2/11/13, about 11:00 hours. When she returned at 1530 hours, she started her car and discovered that someone had cut her tailpipe and removed her catalytic converter. Estimated replacement cost is over $800.00. The victim is from Sacramento and her vehicle is not available for inspection or to be processed for evidence. An officer completed the report.
An argument between a girlfriend and boyfriend on a Dublin bound train resulted in the female pulling the male’s hair and scratching his face and neck. The female was deemed to be the aggressor and was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim sustained minor injuries but did not need medical attention. Both parties gave written statements, and a sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest
A victim made a phone report that his 1997 gold Honda Accord 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #243 between 0530-1930 hours. Slight damage was caused to weather stripping on the driver side window, and $15.00 was taken from inside the vehicle.
An officer was dispatched to intercept a Daly City bound train at the West Dublin Station for a report of an intoxicated male who was creating a disturbance on the train. The officer contacted the male and determined that he was too intoxicated to care for himself and that he was on probation with an order to stay away from BART. The male was taken into custody without incident and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for Public Intoxication and Violation of a Court Order.
A male adult victim reported the theft of his black, Men's Trek 7000, 35 speed mountain bike (estimated value $529.00) from the West Dublin Station. The victim parked his bike on 10/16/12 at 0845 hours and locked his bike to the racks (inside the garage) with a cable lock. He returned at 1930 hours and discovered his bike was missing. The victim did not know the serial number on the frame. Case is under investigation and video has been requested.
An adult male victim reported to a BART Officer the theft of his 2003, 4 door, grey Honda Civic, (5CWT667). The vehicle was parked in the structure at West Dublin Station about 0730 hours. Upon returning about 1745 hours, the vehicle was missing.
A patron reported the theft of the catalytic converter from his 1995 Toyota pickup. The vehicle had been parked on the top level of the structure on 8/29 from 0730-1830 hours. The investigating officer will request video from the parking structure.
A patron called to report the theft of his unknown brand blue and gold cruiser bike. The bike was locked with a cable lock on 8/17 at 1230 hours. When the victim returned at 1700 hours the same day, the bike and lock (valued at $300) were gone.
A man reported that his Next 18-speed men’s bicycle had been stolen today from the first floor of the Dublin-side of the parking garage between 0830-1700 hrs. The cable lock, with which the bicycle had been secured to a fence, was also stolen.
A victim reported his yellow 1979 Mercedes 6HYV360 CA. broken into while parked on the third floor in stall #975. This occurred between 1000 and 2055 hours. The entry was made via the driver’s door. Taken were some prescription sunglasses and case. This case is being investigated as part of case 1208-3375. 1208 - 3393 L13
A warrant check on a person detained for acting suspiciously in the structure revealed an outstanding arrest warrant out of Contra Costa County for violation of community supervision. The suspect was placed under arrest on the warrant. Pursuant to the arrest he was found in possession of a controlled substance and ammunition as well as other items. After booking the suspect investigating officers contacted an auto burglary victim and an auto tampering victim at the West Dublin Station (refer to case 1208-3393). The officers showed the auto burglary victim some of the property removed from the suspect. The victim was able to identify some of the property as theirs. Due to the suspect having already been booked they were unable to question him on how he received this property. The other victim reported a window smash but no loss. Officers processed both vehicles and was able to lift some latent prints from both.