A male juvenile was booked into juvenile hall for possession of stolen property. The juvenile was in possession of a victim's cell phone that was reported stolen from an incident at the Daly City Station.
Officers responded to a report of a man in possession of a gun while sitting inside the train. Officers arrested the subject (Ricardo Romero, 25, San Francisco) for possession of a concealed gun, which also turned out to be stolen. TSA-01-01026-18.
A patron reported three males (1. Michael Hoffman, 29 years, Palo Alto, 2. Michael Godiel, 27 years, Chico, 3. Sean Hopkins, 24 years, Pacifica) acting suspicious on Dublin bound train. Officers intercepted the train and discovered two of the males were in possession of stolen property. Godiel and Hopkins had arrest warrants and were booked into jail on the listed charges.
Officers contacted a male for fare evasion. The juvenile falsely identified himself. It was later discovered that the male was a missing person, had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant, and in possession of stolen property that was connected to a robbery from 9/28/17. The juvenile will be transported to Juvenile Hall.
An officer observed a subject (Ramon Foster, 43 years old, San Francisco) in possession of a bike matching the description of one that had been reported stolen earlier in the evening. The victim of the bike theft identified the bike as the one stolen from him. Foster was arrested for possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools. Foster was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
A witness reported a male suspect stealing a bike. Officers detained the man nearby. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant for theft, held by Lakeport PD. Burglary tools and quantities of suspected heroin and methamphetamine packaged for sale were found on his person. The man was issued a prohibition order and he was booked at the Berkeley Jail.
A male was reported to be carrying a firearm at the Concord Station. The man was detained and the gun was reported stolen. In addition, the male was in possession of high capacity magazines and was booked into jail. TSOC Case #
Officers detained a subject who was loitering in the station. The subject had a warrant for his arrest. Incident to arrest, subject was in possession of burglary tools and a confirmed stolen license plate. Subject was taken to North County jail for the above violations.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of a suspicious person in the parking structure. Officers located the suspect and determined that the suspect was on probation for theft and was in possession of narcotics, burglary tools and items which were reported stolen. The suspect was arrested and booked for resisting arrest, violation of probation, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, possession of burglary tools and possession of stolen bank checks.
Officers arrested a suspect in possession of stolen property after being detained for suspected auto burglary. A witness on-viewed the suspect in the vehicle. An Officer interviewed the suspect, who admitted going into the unlocked vehicle and taking property out of the car. The suspect was taken to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.
Officers detained a suspect for using the station elevator to evade payment of his fare. A warrant check revealed that the suspect was wanted for a $20,000 burglary warrant out of San Mateo County. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was a felon in possession of a Taser weapon and was also in possession of property stolen during a robbery in Millbrae earlier in the morning. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked for the warrant, weapon and probation violations. The weapon and stolen property were turned over to the Millbrae Police Department to assist in their robbery investigation.
A patron reported to the station agent that a suspect appeared to be trying to cut locks on bikes at the bike racks. The suspect was described as a black male with a mustache, wearing a black jacket with a hood and a black beanie, in possession of bolt cutters. A male matching this description was located on CCTV tampering with a bike lock. Responding officers found the suspect, who fled on foot. Officers were able to detain the suspect a short distance away. A search of the man's person yielded narcotics paraphernalia. Records checks showed that the man was on probation for theft, possession of stolen property and narcotics violations. The man was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for petty theft, possession of burglary tools, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and probation violation.
Critical Asset Patrol Officers working an operation watched a male suspect enter a vehicle and attempt to take it. The suspect took the keys from the vehicle and left the area. He was contacted and found to be in possession of the keys, other altered keys and a methamphetamine pipe. The male was interviewed and admitted to attempting to steal the vehicle. He was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for attempted auto theft, petty theft, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia.
An officer contacted an adult male who was holding an open bottle of alcohol. The male tried to walk away and had to be physically restrained. He was found to be in possession of another bottle of alcohol with an anti-theft device still attached. He was also found to be on probation for grand theft. The male complained of eye pain (no visible injury), so he was transported to be cleared before he is to be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the above charges. A sergeant responded to conduct the use of force investigation.
An officer was taking an auto burglary report on a 2006 Ford Fusion that had its right rear passenger window smashed. He later saw a subject in stairwell going through bags in a suspicious manner. The officer detained a subject and a wants check revealed that the suspect was on probation with a search clause. A subsequent search of the individual’s bags revealed that he was in the possession of the victim’s loss, who was still on scene. During the investigation, three additional vehicles were found burglarized, with their owners standing by. 1) Nissan Sentra with its rear passenger window smashed. 2) 2012 Toyota Prius with its rear passenger window smashed. 3) 2016 Jeep Patriot with its rear passenger window smashed. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was in possession of property that belonged to the victim vehicles. All the victim vehicles were located on the 2nd level of the parking structure with the same M/O of forced entry. The suspect invoked his Miranda rights and was later booked into the Santa Rita for 4 counts of auto burglary, possession of stolen property, and probation violation. Video is to be requested.
An officer on routine patrol spotted a suspicious male inside of a vehicle parked in the lower lot. The officer contacted the male, who falsely identified himself by providing several false names. Additionally, the vehicle did not belong to the suspect. The suspect was also in possession of a stereo that belonged in the vehicle. Believing the vehicle may be an unreported stolen car, the investigating officer requested that the Fairfield Police Department contact the registered owner. It was determined that the vehicle was not stolen, and the doors of the car could not lock. However, the registered owner did not give the suspect permission to be inside his vehicle, or to be in possession of the car stereo. The male was placed under arrest for possession of stolen property and vehicle tampering. The suspect was also charged with false ID to a police officer. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Jail on the listed charges.
A station agent called to report that he saw a man under a parked vehicle and he appeared to be working on the car. A few minutes later, the male, who had a power tool, removed an object from underneath the vehicle. He then got into a vehicle with another suspect and drove from the lot. The witness was able to provide a description of the vehicle and the suspects for responding officers. He was also able to provide the license plate of the suspect vehicle. Responding officers located the suspect vehicle and conducted a traffic stop. The vehicle was found to contain three catalytic converters and the tools used to take them. The witness positively identified the suspect vehicle and the two suspects. Detectives were called and responded to interview the suspects, who will be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the listed charges. The victim vehicle (the one that the witness saw the suspect under) still had the catalytic converter slightly attached, but it had been cut.
Officers detained a male suspect who was reportedly removing security sensors from new articles of clothing while aboard a Daly City bound train. During the detention, and after further investigation, officers discovered the clothing had been recently stolen from a San Leandro sporting goods store. The suspect was also found to be on active court probation, which included a stay away order from all BART properties. The officers then placed the suspect under arrest for violating the stay away order, probation violation, burglary and possession of stolen property. Prior to being booked into the county jail, however, the suspect made suicidal statements and was transported to the county’s mental health pavilion for further evaluation. Once cleared from the pavilion, he will be booked.
An unknown caller activated a call box in the shuttle zone. Dispatchers located a male on camera, who appeared to be attempting to use a tool to steal a bike or bike parts. Officers responded and detained the man near the bike racks. He was in possession of bolt cutters and a Cannondale 21-speed bike. Record checks showed that the bike had been reported stolen. The man was arrested for possession of stolen property and burglary tools. The man admitted he was at the station with the intent to steal bike wheels. The man was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A female victim reported that while aboard a Fremont train between the Lake Merritt and Fruitvale stations, an adult male suspect suddenly grabbed her iPhone from her hands and then walked towards the rear of the train. The victim continued traveling aboard the train and reported the theft to police upon arriving at the Bay Fair station. Meanwhile, the victim’s husband remotely tracked the phone to the San Leandro station where officers unsuccessfully searched for the suspect. Later, the victim re-contacted police and advised that the phone was currently being tracked near the West Oakland station. Based upon the suspect’s description provided earlier by the victim, and the phone’s distinct chime, officers detained the suspect at the West Oakland station. The victim responded, but was unable to positively identify the suspect as the responsible; the victim, however, was able to positively identify her iPhone. The suspect, who refused to provide a statement and later refused to answer North County jail staff questions, was booked into the Alameda County-Santa Rita jail for grand theft, possession of stolen property and (auto theft) probation violation; he was also issued a prohibition order. Train and station video was requested.
An anonymous patron reported a male had two backpacks full of clothing and the store security tags were still attached to the items. The male was going through each bag and examining the clothing aboard a Daly City bound train. Officers intercepted the train and contacted the male. The male was in possession of clothing and items that were later determined to have been stolen from CVS Pharmacy and Marshalls in Fremont. A records check revealed the male was on probation for theft. A clerk (witness) from Marshalls identified the male as the person she saw steal clothing from the store. In addition, the clerk identified items that were stolen from Marshalls. Clothing was placed into evidence and the male was placed under arrest for possession of stolen property and a probation violation. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
While on patrol, an officer observed a suspicious male subject walking through the parking lot. At the same time, he observed a vehicle not too far away occupied by a female. The plate initially came back clear and the female exited the vehicle and walked towards the station with the male subject. The officer requested for Dispatch to call the registered owner of the vehicle to confirm it was not stolen. Dispatch contacted the registered owner who confirmed that their vehicle was not supposed to be at the station and thus, stolen. The officer took both suspects into custody inside the station without incident. A search of the vehicle yielded suspected methamphetamines, narcotics paraphernalia, burglary tools, US mail, and car keys. The officer interviewed the male suspect who ultimately confessed to stealing the car amongst the other aforementioned crimes. The female suspect was found to have a misdemeanor $10k warrant issued by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office charging loitering for the purposes of prostitution. The officer requested for Pittsburg PD to check the area around the victim registered owner’s residence to see if the suspects left a stolen vehicle there. A check confirmed that there was in fact a stolen van near the victim’s residence. The male suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for possession of a stolen vehicle, narcotics possession, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, mail theft, and vandalism. The female suspect was also booked on her warrant and for possession of stolen property. Detectives were notified.
A witness reported two people drove away from the parking lot after having just burglarized a vehicle. Hercules Police made traffic stop and detained the two occupants. The victim of the burglarized vehicle had just returned to her vehicle and identified her property that was found on the suspects. One suspect was placed under arrest for possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, and had a no-bail arrest warrant from the California Department of Corrections for parole violation. The second suspect was placed under arrest for possession of stolen property and possession of burglary tools. The two suspects refused to give any statements.