An officer attempted to effect a traffic stop in the Coliseum Station lot, but the motorist sped away at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was registered with a San Lorenzo address, where officers encountered the motorist and arrested him for a felony burglary warrant.
A routine traffic stop resulted in the arrest of an adult male for an outstanding felony no-bail burglary warrant in addition to a $30,000 warrant charging spousal battery, brandishing a deadly weapon, false imprisonment and terrorist threats.
The report of a male assaulting a female resulted in the arrest of an adult male for an outstanding $30,000 felony drug warrant. No enforcement action was taken on the alleged battery.
A subject evaded fare and was found to have a $10K felony narcotics' warrant. He fled from officers and was taken into custody after resisting arrest and being subdued with the use of pepper spray. Arrested and booked.
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.
Officers observed a suspect in the station known to have outstanding warrants, including a felony narcotics warrant. When the officers contacted the suspect, he immediately resisted arrest and had to be wrestled into custody. The suspect was arrested and booked.
A subject was reported to be tampering with vehicles in the lot. Responding officers located the described subject about two blocks from the station. He had 12 registration tabs scraped from vehicles' license plates, burglary tools, and a large concealed knife in his possession. The subject also had $10,000 in misdemeanor warrants for drugs and weapons. He was arrested and booked.
A subject was upset about his girlfriend leaving him and created a verbal disturbance at the station. He was found to have a felony drug warrant and a no-bail misdemeanor drug warrant, for which he was arrested and booked.
An officer detained a fare evasion suspect, then arrested the suspect for a felony domestic violence warrant. The suspect was also in possession of narcotics which was packaged for sale, and was later booked at the County jail.
A 62-year-old man was placed under citizen's arrest by a male patron for indecent exposure aboard a Richmond-bound train. The suspect was booked at Dyer Jail for indecent exposure and on two Alameda County Sheriff's Office misdemeanor warrants.
An on-duty station agent at 12th St. station was shoved by an adult female suspect who was angry about her fare ticket not working. The suspect also pushed the agents' booth door against the agent wedging her against the wall. The suspect was arrested by officers and booked for battery and a warrant for a prior fare evasion. 0609-3309 L21.
An officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle at San Leandro station after seeing the occupants casing cars in the parking lot. One of the three adult male occupants had a narcotics warrant and was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail. 0609-3293 L21.
A 26-year-old man entered the station and attempted to steal parts off of bicycles locked in the bike rack. The suspect was subsequently arrested for attempted burglary, violation of probation, and on a misdemeanor BART warrant. He was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
A welfare check was made on a 44-year-old man who was reportedly passed out with his pants down near the bicycle racks. He was booked at Santa Rita Jail after he was found to have an outstanding $20,000 felony-narcotics warrant out of Oakland and two misdemeanor warrants.
An officer observed an adult male suspect fare evade at South Hayward station. The suspect was detained and the officer determined the suspect had a felony warrant for his arrest. The suspect was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail. 0609-0549 L21.