An officer was dispatched to intercept a train for a report of two male subjects fighting on board the Dublin bound train. Upon arrival he contacted one of the subjects that matched the description that was given. The second subject was not located at the scene. The detained male was determined to be under the influence of alcohol and unable to care for himself. A search incident to arrest revealed what appeared to be suspected crack cocaine in his possession. He was subsequently booked for being drunk in public and for being in possession of a controlled substance. No complaint for the battery.
A victim called to report that a suspect sliced his convertible top to enter his vehicle and ransack the interior. Nothing was taken. The vehicle was entered sometime between 0900 hours on 11/26 and today at 1159 hours.
A victim called to report that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the station between 1545 hours on 12/2 and 0625 hours on 12/3. The driver's side rear window was smashed to gain entry, but nothing was taken.
A victim reported the theft of his red/black men's bicycle (unknown make, model or serial numbers) from the West Dublin BART Station. The victim parked his bicycle at 1300 hours and secured it to the Dublin parking structure rack using a cable lock. The victim returned at 22455 hours and discovered his bicycle was gone. Loss is reported at $250.00. An officer completed a bicycle theft report.
A victim reported that their green 1997 Honda Accord was burglarized while parked on the second level of the parking structure, stall #203, between 1730 hours on 11/15/14 and 1655 hours on 11/16/14. The victim reported a $300 Garmin brand GPS was taken during the burglary. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints.
A subject detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have an active BART prohibition order, and placed under arrest for that violation. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. A short time later, the subject was booked into the nearby county jail for violating the prohibition order.
An officer attempted to detain a subject whom he witnessed smoking in the paid area and then fare evading to exit the station. The subject did not comply with the officer’s orders to stop, and faced the officer in a fighting stance. In response, the officer drew his Taser and managed to obtain the subject’s compliance. However, as the officer placed a handcuff on him, the subject physically resisted the officer’s attempt to restrain him with the second handcuff. A this point, the officer drew his Taser and discharged it at the subject. The subject then complied, was fully restrained in handcuffs and placed under arrest for resisting arrest. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, debrief the subject and perform the use of force investigation. Paramedics responded to provide initial medical attention, and the subject was subsequently transported to a local hospital for further medical attention. Upon being medically cleared, the subject was booked into the nearby county jail for resisting arrest. In addition to being booked, the subject was issued citations for the initial (smoking & fare evasion) infractions. The involved officer was not injured during the incident, and the subject received a minor injury.
A patron reported by phone that their red & black Motobecane 18-speed bike was stolen from the racks in the paid area between 0800-2050 hours. The victim secured the bike with a cable lock.
An officer responded to the station regarding the report of a suicidal female there. On his arrival, the officer contacted the female and determined she was in need of a psychological evaluation. Paramedics were summoned to the station at this point and, while awaiting their arrival, the female told the officer she had previously met a male adult at the station and together they had traveled aboard a bus to the city of Stockton. While aboard the bus and at a location in that city, the female stated she was sexually assaulted by the male. Paramedics then arrived at the station and the female was transported to a local hospital where she received medical treatment for the assault, as well as a psychological evaluation. A BART Police Detective responded to the hospital and interviewed the female. Stockton Police were notified of the assault and will handle the investigation.
An officer responded to the parking structure regarding the report of a male forcing a female into the rear seat of a vehicle. On his arrival, the officer contacted the couple and learned they were in a dating relationship with a child in common. A sergeant arrived a short time later and contacted two independent witnesses who stated the male had earlier pushed the female into a car. At this point the male was placed under arrest for domestic violence, and the sergeant approved the arrest and performed the post-arrest debrief. The male was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic violence. The female was not injured during the incident.
A victim reported the theft of their white MAGNA "Fixed" single speed bike from the West Dublin Station. The victim secured his bike to the bike racks using a cable lock at 0745 hours. He returned at 1700 hours and discovered his bike was gone. The frame is white but the rims and handle bars are green. An officer responded to complete a theft report. 1408-4616 L22
The victim reported that his Gray men's Specialized 27 speed bike was stolen from the station between 1930 hours on 8/8/14 and 1100 hours on 8/9/14. The victim was unable to provide a serial number for the bike.
A victim reported the theft of his men's orange Performance hybrid Bike (unknown model/serial numbers) from the West Dublin Station. Loss was reported at $500.00. The victim parked at the station at 0655 hours and secured to the racks using a cable locks. The victim returned at 1735 hours and discovered his bike was gone. An officer responded and completed a theft report.
A victim reported two catalytic converters worth approximately $3,000.00 were stolen from her 2004 gray Toyota Sequoia while it was parked on the 3rd level of the Dublin side parking structure between 0700-1700 hours.
A patron reported that their black and silver Giant mountain bike was stolen from the racks between 1300-1640 hours. The victim secured the bike with a U-lock and cable lock. When the victim returned, the bike and the locks were missing.
A victim reported his grey and black Giant Warp DS bike, worth $200, was stolen while it was cable locked to the bike racks located on the first level of the Pleasanton-side parking structure, between 0610-1750 hours. An officer took the report.
An officer contacted a subject who was reportedly striking the exterior of a train with a skateboard; the train did not sustain damage. During the contact, the officer determined the subject was unable to care for himself due to his level of intoxication and placed him under arrest for public intoxication. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then booked into the county jail for public intoxication.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle (a 2002 GMC Yukon XL) on the third level of the structure on 1/25/14, at 1400 hours. They returned later at 2315 hours to find their rear window open. The reported loss was approximately $2k worth of miscellaneous work tools.
A victim reported that he parked and locked his vehicle (a 2006 Ford F-250) on the second level of the Dublin Parking structure on 1/25/14, at 1430 hours. He returned later that night at 2300 hours to find that his driver’s side door lock had been punched. The reported loss was a multi-media TV/CD console and headphones.
A patron reported that thier white 2005 Chevy Impala was burglarized while parked in stall #957 on the Pleasanton side, between 1250-1725 hours. An unknown suspect pried the driver's door and smashed the window to gain entry. The interior was ransacked, but the victim could not identify a loss.