On 3/6/21 a 211 PC, 664/207 PC occurred at the Pittsburg/Bay Point Station. While conducting follow-up with the victim (3/7/21), a detective observed a vehicle that matched the one described (a silver or tan 4-door, possible Lexus with a scuff on the front bumper) by the victim and also scene in video footage. The driver, Rashad Yarborough (8/6/91, Pittsburg) was detained, positively identified and arrested for the listed charges. Yarborough was transported to Martinez Detention Facility. 2103-0270, L19.
Officers saw a male (Elisha KING, 24, Rodeo) in the station bus zone, suspected of setting an arson fire in a vehicle in the Richmond parking structure earlier today. King was arrested for arson and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
The victim of a previously reported robbery notified officers that he saw one of the two suspects near the station. Officers responded and detained the male suspect at Market and Hyde Streets. The victim positively identified the suspect as one of the people who robbed him. The man was arrested for robbery. The on-call detective responded to interview the arrestee. Following the interview, the man was booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
A detective, conducting surveillance in response to two recent armed robberies at the station (one completed robbery on 6/18 - 1406-2893 and one attempted robbery on 6/25 - 1406-4148), noticed a male suspect loitering near the parking lot who matched the description of the suspect. Responding officers made contact with the male nearby. While tracing his steps, officers located a replica handgun nearby. The victim of the completed robbery responded to the scene and identified the male as the same person who had robbed him at gunpoint on 6/18. The juvenile suspect was transported by detectives and interviewed. He confessed to committing both of the reported robberies and was booked into juvenile hall for one count of armed robbery and one count of attempted armed robbery. He was also issued a prohibition order.
A male suspect arrested earlier in the day for resisting arrest and providing false information to a police officer was transported to Doctor's Hospital in San Pablo for medical clearance. After being medically cleared for booking, the suspect broke free from the transporting officer and fled on foot while handcuffed. The suspect was chased into a drainage canal northwest of the hospital. Responding BART, Richmond and San Pablo officers set up a perimeter and a BART K9 conducted a search of the area, but officers could not locate the suspect. The investigation continues to attempt to locate the suspect.
Officers conducted a probation search for a subject involved in a stolen auto case from 5/22/13. Officers checked residences in San Leandro and San Lorenzo and established that the man, who was on probation for possession of stolen property, had no fixed residence. The occupants of one residence associated with the man, who were related to the subject, gave consent for a search but no evidence was found. A second residence was found to have no connection to the subject, although the occupants knew the man.
The ISRC/BART police dispatch received a report that a man on the platform had been injured and was bleeding. It was subsequently reported that the injured man's head had been struck by an incoming Pittsburg/Bay Point train. A sergeant and officers responded to the call. The victim was taken to a local hospital and is being treated for a life-threatening injury. The on-call detective was notified and responded to examine any video footage. The TSOC was notified.
Update to Case #1207-0090 The Investigations Unit, Patrol and CAP Team served a search/arrest warrant for a suspect who used counterfeit bills to purchase an iPad from a victim who was selling it on Craigslist (#1207-0090). The suspect and victim met at the South Hayward Station on 7/01/12 to make the transaction. After the victim realized that the bills were counterfeit, he called police. Detectives were able to identify the suspect and obtain the search/arrest warrant. The suspect was not at the residence at the time of warrant service, but the stolen iPad and other items were recovered from his residence.
A detective and several officers conducted a search on recently arrested bicycle theft suspect Eleazer Clark's residence after obtaining a search warrant. The search yielded a complete bicycle and two old bicycle frames with no wheels. A serial check on both frames came back clear of wants. However, a serial check on the complete bicycle came back as having been stolen on 6/18/12 from the Ashby Station (case#1206-2427). The officers cleared the residence at 2010 hours. 1206-2542/
A BART Police Detective along with members of the SAFE Task Force conducted a parole search of both the residence, and of the storage container of a well known bicycle thief. While conducting the search they noticed that the parolee had removed his ankle bracelet which is used to monitor his whereabouts. His parole agent was notified and as a result a parole hold was placed on him resulting in his arrest. Nothing of significance was found at either location. The suspect was debriefed by the BART Detective in route to the jail about his knowledge with regards to the theft of bicycles. L14
Officers conducted a probation search at the residence of the person arrested for burglary and bicycle theft earlier today. They located seven bicycle frames inside the residence, which were seized as evidence. The inviestigation continues.
Dispatch was notified that CHP recovered our carjacked vehicle (1205-0177) from 5/2/12. The vehicle was located by CHP officers in Oakland near E12th Street/14th Avenue. Two female suspects were taken into custody and are being interviewed by BART PD Detectives. The vehicle was towed to a yard and processed for evidence before being released to the owner. The suspects who were in the vehicle were arrested for driving a stolen vehicle and booked into jail. Detectives are following up on fresh leads as to the identity of the suspect who committed the carjacking.
An investigator from the San Francisco Co. Medical Examiner's Office requested, through the ISRC, that Admin. send him a copy of the BART police report concerning the assault of a man on 03/09/12, at Civic Center Station. The subject had died during the evening at San Francisco General Hospital.
A sergeant on routine patrol discovered a car parked in the lot that had been reported stolen from the Hayward BART Station on 2/7/12. The vehicle, a 2001 Toyota 4Runner, was undamaged and was released to the registered owner. While investigating, property and paperwork belonging to several persons was located inside the vehicle. The property included vehicle registrations, cell phones and other paperwork that did not belong to the Toyota's owner. The property may be related to other auto burglaries or thefts. The vehicle was processed and the property was recovered as evidence for further investigation.
A contractor reported the theft of 450' of copper wire and copper bonding straps from a storage shed. The shed is located under milepost 9.2-9.3, near San Leandro Blvd/Marina Blvd. It appears that the suspect(s) cut the lock to the shed to remove the items. The theft occurred between 1530 hours on 1/13 and 0700 hours on 1/17.
Officers assisted Hayward Police in searching for three suspects who shot a victim on C and Atherton Streets near the station. BART officers blocked off B and Montgomery Streets leading to the station while searching for the suspects. Status of the victim is unknown at this time. Video hotline has been notified and the investigation is on-going at this time. 1201-1872 L12.
The 92-year-old woman missing from Fremont station was located near Powell and Ellis Streets in San Francisco by her son. An officer met with the woman upon her return to Fremont and confirmed that she was safe.
The victim of a bicycle theft, which occurred on 5/10/11, located her missing bicycle for sale on Craigslist. The victim arranged to meet the seller at a location in Newark and was accompanied to the meeting by a BART Police officer and a detective. The bicycle was positively identified by the victim and matched the serial number on file with the original police report. The bicycle was returned to the victim and the investigation is on going as to how the seller obtained the bicycle.
The victim of a stolen vehicle called to report that a female had called her today trying to sell her her previously stolen car for $200. The victim had reported her car stolen from the Dublin/Pleasanton Station on 5/22/11. The suspect eventually agreed to meet at the Rockridge Station to return the car and collect the money. Detectives and patrol officers were able to detain an adult male and an adult female suspect after they had parked the stolen car and approached a plainclothes detective, who was acting as a relative of the victim. Both suspects were interviewed by detectives before being booked at Glen Dyer Jail for the possession of stolen property charge. Other charges are pending and the investigation is on-going.
The victim of a previously reported Robbery and Kidnapping case spotted the suspect in the city of Berkeley and flagged down Berkeley Officers. The Officers detained the suspect and called BART police. The victim positively identified the suspect to the BART officers. The on-call detective responded, interviewed the victim and the suspect and determined that there was insufficient evidence to hold the suspect. The suspect was identified and released per 849(b). The suspect was transported home by an Officer. The investigation is on-going. 1104-3804 L22.
Detectives conducting follow-up investigation at a high school near Union City Station arrested and booked the female juvenile suspect in this case for assault with a deadly weapon. The female was booked at Alameda County Juvenile Hall.
A female victim called to report that she had just seen the male suspect who had punched and robbed her in August 2010 at the Coliseum Station. Trains were held out of the station until the male was contacted on the platform by officers and identified by the victim as the responsible party. The victim reported that the suspect was wearing the same clothing that he was wearing when the crime was committed. The man was released after being interviewed by detectives, who determined that he had been mistakenly identified by the victim.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female involved in a physical altercation. Upon arrival, investigating officers determined that the male committed a battery on his girlfriend, who in turn was under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. The male was booked for the battery while the girlfriend was booked for public drunkeness.
The San Francisco Police Department located an adult male who was reported missing from BART earlier in the day. The subject had been admitted to a hospital with a medical emergency from a location in San Francisco and there was no indication of foul play.