An adult male patron was attacked and robbed in the bus zone by three juvenile males. They beat him, took his wallet and cash then fled the area on foot. A language barrier prevented the officers from obtaining critical information in time about the crime and the suspects, and they were unable to locate the suspects. The victim was taken to the hospital and treated for his injuries.
A suspect on a train attempted to take a laptop computer from another passenger by means of force. The victim fought back and retained control of the computer. The suspect fled from the train at Civic Center station and was not located.
A lone adult female victim was robbed of her purse while on the second floor of the parking structure. The adult male suspect struck the female several times until the victim let go of her purse. The suspect fled in a newer model, 2 door burgundy vehicle.
Two juvenile female victims were seated aboard a Fremont bound train between Union City and Fremont stations when they were confronted by three juvenile female suspects. The suspects battered and pepper-sprayed the victims, robbed them of their property, then fled towards the bus zone at Fremont station. Suspects were not located.
A citizen was the victim of a strong-arm robbery that occurred on the 2nd level of the parking structure. Loss was a shoulder bag containing credit cards and cash. The suspect, described as a male in his 30's fled the area on foot and was not located.
A wheelchair bound victim was robbed of his PlayStation game at Bayfair Station by three juvenile males. After a radio broadcast, a San Leandro officer detained the suspects in the neighborhood. BART officers arrested the suspects after the victim identified them. Two suspects were released to their parents and the primary suspect was booked into Juvenile Hall.
Passenger on a Pittsburg train had her iPod forcibily taken from her possession by two males in their late teens. After stealing the iPod, the suspects off boarded at Rockridge and fled the station.
The victim of a strong arm robbery reported the incident to personnel at Bay Fair Station. The victim advised that the responsibles boarded an AC Transit bus that just left the station. The bus was followed by BPD officers who eventually stopped it and detained several juveniles, three of whom were identified by the victim as the responsibles in the theft of the latter's cell phone. The case was turned over to Alameda County Sheriffs.