This is the Claycord BART crime report.
The information in this report is provided by the BART Police Department (BPD), and it will be posted on Claycord.com when it’s made available by BPD.
Auto Burglary – Concord Station
A victim reported his 1989 silver Nissan Maxima 4 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked at the station between 0600-1715 hours. The driver side door was compromised, and the ignition was damaged. No prints were attainable, but evidence was collected at the scene.
Robbery (Prohibition Order Issued) – Concord Station
A female victim reported she was beaten by several juvenile females and had her cell phone taken from her. The victim suffered a bloody mouth as a result of the robbery, and was given medical attention. Officers accompanied the victim to the suspect’s residence, where two suspects were positively identified and taken into custody. The cell phone was not recovered. The suspects were booked for robbery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and interview the suspects. A 30 day BART prohibition order was issued to each suspect.
Suspicious Person/Warrant Arrest/Narcotics Violation – Concord Station
A patron reported that a male was kneeling next to a bike at the Concord Station (west side) and it appeared that he was attempting to remove the bike from the bike rack. The male left the area prior to the officers arrival but was located a short distance away from the station. The male was detained and the reporting party responded to the location of the stop and positively identified the male as the person that was attempting to remove a bike. A records/warrant check showed the male had a 5K warrant for a narcotics violation issued by Alameda County Sheriff’s Department. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant. A search incident to arrest revealed the male was in possession of narcotics and burglary tools. The male is on probation for burglary. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. An officer interviewed the male and obtained a statement. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Center.
Bicycle Theft – Walnut Creek Station
A male victim parked his black Scattanate road bike (no serial numbers) at the Walnut Creek Station and secured his bike to the racks near the parking structure. The bike was secured to the rack using a cable lock. The victim returned at 1650 hours and discovered his bike was missing. Loss was estimated at $240.00 and no evidence was left on scene. An officer responded to the station to investigate and complete a report. Station video was requested.