A car stop for a vehicle code violation led to the arrest of two male juveniles for auto theft near the Bayfair station. The vehicle had not yet been reported stolen (out of Oakland) when the car stop was made. The theft was confirmed after contact was made with the registered owner.
Officers responding to a report of an automobile burglary in progress arrested an adult male who was in the process of attempting to remove a stereo from a car he'd broken into. Recovered from the suspect and at the scene were burglar tools the suspect had used to gain entry. The suspect was booked into county jail.
Officers responded to the Barrett Street parking lot regarding an in-progress auto burglary, involving three suspects breaking into a vehicle. The suspects fled when they saw Richmond PD officers approaching. One juvenile suspect was apprehended and two suspects avoided capture. The captured suspect also had an outstanding warrant and was booked at Juvenile Hall.
The Highway Patrol requested the use of a BPD K9 to search for an auto theft suspect that fled from a stolen auto he abandoned in front of 1919 Croxton St. in Oakland. A search was conducted in a crawl space beneath the home without success.
An adult male drove an auto confirmed stolen out of Sacramento into the parking lot, parked it, and left on foot. Responding officers set up a permiter around the station area in the hopes of the suspect returning with negative results.
An officer responded to the parking lot for an auto burglary in progress. Upon arrival, the officer saw a male suspect exit the burglarized vehicle. After a brief foot chase, the officer lost sight of the suspect near 70th Avenue and Hawley Street.
An officer observing a suspicious occupied vehicle determined it to be stolen after running the plate. The driver of the stolen auto abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot as the officer was attempting to affect a traffic stop. A perimeter was set up with the aid of the Oakland Police with negative results.
An alert officer observed a vehicle being driven through the parking lot, and recognized the license plate from a stolen vehicle "hot sheet". The vehicle had been reported stolen by Oakland PD. A traffic stop was safely effected and the driver was arrested and booked.
An off-duty BPD sergeant driving by the Castro Valley parking lot observed two suspicious subjects. He flagged down the on-duty sergeant and they contacted the two, now located by a burglarized vehicle. A search of the lot revealed another burglarized vehicle nearby. The suspects had also traveled to Dublin station, and a check of the lots there revealed three more burglarized vehicles. Both suspects were arrested and booked for burglary, possession of stolen property and outstanding felony and misdemeanor warrants.
SFPD requested assistance regarding an attempted residential burglary suspect who had threatened witnesses with a gun and was last seen running onto an east-bound train at Embarcadero station. Officers searched the train and West Oakland station, and located the suspect who was positively identified by the witnesses. Suspect was turned over to SFPD.
While conducting a security check of the MacArthur station parking lot, officers spotted a subject burglarizing a vehicle in the lot. The subject was apprehended, and had a shaved key in his possession. The subject was arrested and booked at the North County jail in Oakland.
At San Leandro station, an officer chased two adult male suspects who had just committed an auto burglary. Suspects were located driving away in a van. Officers stopped the van and arrested the suspects for auto burglary and outstanding warrants. 0606-2596 L21.
05-25-06 1548 hrs. A 29-year-old man, who had reportedly been casing in the station parking lot, was found to be in possession of burglary tools and stolen property. Subsequent investigation linked him to an auto burglary in the lot. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for auto burglary, possession of burglary tools and possession of stolen property.
Officers assisted the Contra Costa County Sheriff's in their search / pursuit of an auto theft suspect. Trains were held out of the station as it was searched for the suspect with negative results.
Officers were taking a stolen auto report when the victim observed his car being driven into the Richmond BART station parking lot. The suspect exited the vehicle and fled. Officers arrested the suspect in a nearby construction yard. The suspect was on parole and was booked for auto theft and outstanding warrants.
An observant patrol officer noticed a suspicious vehicle driving adjacent to the station. The window was open in heavy rain, and the driver was trying to conceal his face from her. Upon checking the license plate, it was discovered to be a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was stopped and the lone occupant arrested and booked on stolen vehicle charges.
A routine traffic stop developed into a short vehicle pursuit when the driver failed to yield. The driver abandoned the car and fled into the yards in a nearby residential area. The suspect, described as an adult male, 19-20 yrs. of age, wearing a light multi-colored outfit, remains outstanding. The vehicle is a possible unreported stolen auto (dashboard ripped out).
Officers responded to a report of an auto burglary in progress in the parking lot. A perimeter was established and a subsequent search of the lot revealed a victim vehicle, but the suspect, an adult male, was able to flee the scene.
Witnesses reported observing a black truck strike two vehicles in the lot. A check of the plate revealed it was stolen out of Concord PD's jurisdiction. The truck was recovered. The suspect was not located.
Plainclothes officers were doing a surveillance at West Oakland station and arrested an adult male for auto burglary. The suspect who used a hammer to break the window of a vehicle was booked at the Glenn Dyer jail for burglary and a parole violation.