An officer on routine patrol on-viewed and interrupted an armed robbery in progress in the parking lot. The primary suspect, who was armed with a sawed-off rifle, fled on foot towards Tennyson St. as the officer approached. A second suspect, who is believed to have been a look-out, was apprehended. BART PD and Hayward PD units were unable to locate the primary suspect after an extensive search.
Officers responded to a report of a beating victim at the station. It was determined that the incident was actually a robbery that occurred just off of Chester St. near the station. The victim was beaten and relieved of his wallet by the suspects, described as two juveniles, 12-14 yrs. of age. One acted as he were armed with a gun. The case was turned over to the Oakland Police.
An adult female was the victim of a strongarm robbery in the parking lot. The suspect, described as a male juvenile, thin build, with bushy frizzy hair, wearing an oversized white t-shirt and baggy blue jeans, approached the victim and asked her for the time prior to taking her purse. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect who fled on foot.
BART PD and Berkeley PD officers investigated an armed robbery in which the victim, who was was shot in the leg, claimed the incident occurred at the Ashby station. After interviewing the victim, possible witnesses, and conducting a search for physical evidence, it was determined that the shooting likely took place in Berkeley PD's jurisdiction. Berkeley PD assumed the investigation from that point.
The victim of a strongarm robbery fled to the agent's booth after was knocked to the ground and had her purse stolen by an adult male in his early teens. The suspect possibly fled in a black two door vehicle towards 5th St. The offense took place just outside of the station in Oakland PD's jurisdiction.
A citizen reported being the victim of an armed robbery committed by two males who approached him in an older model Cheverolet van as he was standing at the Hill St. entrance. The suspects allegedly exited the van, pointed handguns at the victim and relieved him of his wallet and bicycle.
In an incident that occurred on Wed. 11/8/06, a patron reported being the victim of a strongarm robbery in which his iPOD was taken from him while he was aboard a Pittsburg-bound train. Additional details unavailable.
Officers responded to Richmond Station regarding a suspect exposing himself and threatening patrons. Officers detained a suspect on the Amtrak platform. The suspect had dropped his pants, exposing himself to patrons. He had also threatened to stab patrons with a pencil if they did not give him money. The suspect was arrested and booked.
An adult female reported to the station agent that she'd been threatened. Investigating officers learned that she'd been actually robbed of her cell phone in Hallidie Plaza. No weapons were seen . The suspect was described as a male in his late teens with gold teeth, a hooded sweatshirt, and a grey beanie cap.
A handicapped patron was standing on the platform when he was accosted by two male robbery suspects. The suspects took the victim's cell phone, punched him a few times, then fled to the street. Officers were in the station, chased the suspects from a distance, and last saw them running east on 24th from Capp Street. The victim's injuries were minor.
A man reported being hit on the head and robbed of his camera while on the stairs leading from the parking lot to the street. The suspects were in a group of 6 or 7 male juveniles who escaped into the neighborhood.
A patron's purse was stolen in a strongarm robbery that occurred in the west parking lot near the pedestrian tunnel. The victim was thrown to the ground as she attempted to maintain possession of her purse. The suspect, who fled the scene on foot, is described as an adult male in his 20's, med. height and build, wearing short hair, a black jacket and light brown pants.
A male juvenile victim was leaving Coliseum station and walking through the parking lot when he was accosted by two males 16-20 years old. The suspects threw the victim to the ground and began punching him. The suspects fled on foot after taking the victim's wallet and cellphone.
Three juvenile females demanded money from a grandmother and her granddaughter while they were in front of the station. A struggle ensued, and the victims fled to a nearby bus for safety. No property was taken, and the three juvenile suspects were arrested and booked into juvenile hall.
An adult male was walking through the John Daly Blvd. pedestrian tunnel when he was attacked by two male juvenile robbery suspects. One suspect punched the victim in his stomach and the second suspect went through the victim's pockets, removing cash from the victim's wallet. The suspects fled toward the nearby Century Theatres. BPD and Daly City PD officers searched the area, but the suspects were GOA/UTL.
A woman flagged down two BART police officers near the MacArthur Station and reported that she had just been robbed at 42nd and Martin Luther King Way by two suspects, one of whom displayed a handgun. The loss was the victim's purse. BART police officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspects.
A cab driver was assaulted and battered by two adult males who demanded money from him in front of the station. Both suspects and an adult female accomplice fled in an older white two-door Honda. There was no loss.
Lafayette PD advised that a Lafayette jewelry store had just been robbed by a suspect with a handgun, and the suspect may have fled to the BART Station. LPD officers checked the Lafayette Station and a train, but the suspect was GOA/UTL.
A robbery victim was walking through the back lot when he was confronted by four male suspects, who surrounded him, demanding his cash and ipod. One suspect displayed a knife, while other suspects went through the victim's pockets, removing his cash. A BPD sergeant located the suspects in a nearby neighborhood. The suspects were positively identified and all were arrested and booked, three at Juvenile Hall and one at the County Jail.