The Claycord BART Crime Report – Sexual Battery, Assault (and arrest), Burglary + More

January 25, 2014 14:44 pm · 13 comments

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Bicycle Theft – Pleasant Hill Station

1/24/14 12:48am

A victim reported her $650.00 silver and black Rei Novara 16 speed hybrid bicycle was stolen while it was cable locked at the bike racks near the station agent’s booth between 1630 hours on 1/23/14 to 0035 hours on 1/24/14.

Suspicious Vehicle / Arrest – Port Chicago Highway, Concord

1/24/14 11:36am

An officer spotted a vehicle owned by a suspect in an assault with a deadly weapon case (1401-3376) driving south on Port Chicago Highway in Concord. The officer made a u-turn and followed the vehicle into a strip mall, on the corner of Port Chicago Highway at Olivera Rd. The suspect exited the vehicle and disappeared into one of the shops at the mall. The officer took a position where he could observe the vehicle and waited for the suspect to return. The suspect returned to the vehicle and was detained by the officer. A sergeant responded to the location and a Detective was called out to interview the suspect. A records/warrant check showed the suspect was driving on a suspended license and was placed under arrest on that violation. Suspect admitted to striking the victim over the head with a weapon. Suspect was booked at MDF on the assault charge and driving on a suspended license.

Sexual Battery – Concord Station

1/23/14 9:13pm

A female reported a man grabbed her buttocks as both of them boarded a train. While on the train, the victim and suspect became separated. A search of the suspect by officers proved negative. There were no injuries. Video requested.

Assault w/ Deadly Weapon – North Concord Station

1/22/14, 6:07pm

A male victim reported a man struck him several times with a guitar while they were in the upper parking lot. The victim sustained cuts to the head, nose, mouth, and ribcage as a result of the assault, and was transported to Mt. Diablo Hospital. The victim stated the suspect was well-known to him and the suspect drove off in a 1988 red Toyota Camry. A sergeant arrived at the scene to interview the victim, who wished to pursue charges against the suspect.

Auto Burglary – North Concord Station

1/17/14 5:40pm

A victim reported her vehicle was burglarized while it was parked and locked between 0430-1400 hours. The driver door lock was jammed, and the registration, vehicle manual, iPod, $340.00 GPS, and garage door opener were stolen from inside the car.

Auto Burglary – Concord Station

1/13/14 5:30pm

A victim parked and locked his silver Chrysler van, at 0605 hours, in the Oakland Ave. parking lot. When he returned at 1840 hours, he discovered that someone had entered the vehicle by defeating its driver’s side cargo door. The victim reported a men’s 27 inch Trek-brand bike, valued at $900, was taken during the burglary. The victim declined to have his vehicle processed for latent prints by the investigating officer.

Auto Burglary – North Concord Station

01/14/14 10:23am

A victim reported that she parked his 2007 Dodge Charger in the lower parking lot on 01/13/14, at 0645 hours. She returned the same day at 1800 hours and discovered that the interior of her vehicle had been ransacked and purse removed from the trunk. The point of entry is unknown at this point and there was no damage to her vehicle.

{ 13 comments }

1 Jose January 25, 2014 at 2:57 PM

Get a Club. And don’t ride a bike worth over $25, and everything will be hunky-dory. It’s your fault, victimes.

2 Atticus Thraxx January 25, 2014 at 3:21 PM

If there’s BART police, how come I never see them at the stations or on the trains? Seems like a good place for them.

3 Teacher Wannabe January 25, 2014 at 5:24 PM

BikeLink people! You’ll never have to worry about losing your bike again.

4 grewah January 25, 2014 at 5:27 PM

Sounds like the guy with the minivan knew who took the bike, why else have no prints taken.
As for BART police, they are out doing things they clearly aren’t trained for – like using firearms. So they shoot each other in apartment complexes.

5 Elwood January 25, 2014 at 5:52 PM

” A search of the suspect by officers proved negative.”

What the bleep did they expect to find? The woman’s buttocks?

Disband BART pretend police now!

6 VikingPrincess January 25, 2014 at 6:51 PM

Maybe the buttock grabber is Italian. Apparently it is culturally excepted yo pinch a women’s backside as a compliment to her looks.
They may have tweaked that for tourists…offensive to many women.

7 J. January 25, 2014 at 7:33 PM

Cable locks for bicycles appear to be useless.

8 dexx January 26, 2014 at 12:40 AM

$25 dollar bike? Lol. That’s realistic. Maybe my hold huffy from 3rd grade is worth close to that

9 Silva January 26, 2014 at 6:51 AM

I guess it was more acceptable here too once apon a time, as I can still remember a few incedents of it myself. Back in the day it was laughed off if you complained or tried reporting it. Maybe some men still don’t know what a turn off it is. Or he was pretty old.

10 Silva January 26, 2014 at 7:35 AM

@Elwood, I’m guessing that was a typo. Should have been “for” rather than “of”.

11 Jose January 26, 2014 at 7:44 AM

@grewah,

Yes, I’m sure the only possible explanation is that he knew who took it. He couldn’t possibly have declined fingerprinting because he was in a hurry to get home, knew it was an exercise in futility, and didn’t want a bunch of black dust all over his car.

Yup, your assumption makes MUCH more sense.

12 Anon January 26, 2014 at 8:09 PM

BART police, what a joke.

13 Mr. Pink January 28, 2014 at 9:06 AM

can someone repost the link to sign up for BART police daily activity reports?

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