The Claycord BART Crime Report: Armed Robbery, Disturbing the Peace, Theft, Battery + More

March 26, 2014 10:58 am · 4 comments


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 when it’s made available by BPD.

Armed Robbery – North Concord Station

3/19/14, 1735 hours

A male victim reported that he was robbed at gunpoint while he was seated in his car in the lower parking lot. Two Hispanic males, aged 18-19 years, drove up behind the victim in a dark green, late 90′s model Toyota or Nissan 4-door sedan. The suspect driver walked up to the victim and demanded money and the victim’s cell phone. The victim surrendered some cash, but the suspect grabbed the victim’s wallet and a struggle ensued. The suspect then brandished a black semi-automatic handgun and took the victim’s wallet and cell phone. A second suspect opened the victim’s passenger door and stole a briefcase containing cash and other personal items. Both suspects then fled in the vehicle. The armed suspect was described as being 5’6″ tall, with a light complexion and a ponytail, wearing a long black tee shirt. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects or their vehicle in the area. Attempts to track the victim’s cell phone proved unsuccessful. The victim suffered bruises to his face. All suspect information was shared with neighboring agencies.

Bicycle Theft – Pleasant Hill Station

3/20/14 1746 hours

A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a white/teal Cannondale hybrid bike white/teal, unknown serial number) to the free bike racks on today’s date at 0730 hours. The bicycle was secured with cable lock. The victim returned at 1745 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $1,200.

Bicycle Theft – Concord Station

3/20/14 1819 hours

A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a Magna mountain bike, 21 speed, unknown serial number) to the free bike racks at 1030 hours. The bicycle was secured with cable lock. The victim returned at 1850 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $100.

Disturbing the Peace/Warrant Arrest – Concord Station

3/22/14, 2007 hours

An officer was detailed to the Concord Station in order to intercept a Millbrae-bound train regarding a disturbance on-board. Upon the train’s arrival, the officer detained two adult subjects who were identified by passengers as involved parties. A warrants check(s) of the subjects revealed both were wanted for outstanding warrants; one for a felony child abuse warrant, issued by Antioch Police, with a bail amount of $120K – and the other for a $1K infraction warrant issued by BART Police. The felony warrant subject was placed under arrest by the officer, and the other subject was issued a citation for his warrant and released. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then booked into the county jail for the outstanding warrant.

Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued) – Concord Station

3/23/14, 1419 hours

An officer responded to the station on the report of a physical altercation between a male and a female. Upon the officer’s arrival, he detained the involved subjects; assisting officers arrived on scene soon thereafter. When questioned by officers, both subjects denied any sort of dating/intimate relationship between the two. Based upon independent witness statements, officers determined the female had battered the male. The male, however, declined to pursue a criminal complaint against the female for battery. A wants/warrants check of the female determined she was listed as a “runaway” from a group home. Further investigation by the primary officer determined the male and female were currently in a dating relationship. Based upon independent witness statements, as well as information establishing the subjects as engaged in a dating relationship with one another, the female was arrested for domestic violence. However, due to her age (17 years), and the fact that the county juvenile hall was unable to accept her, she was issued a citation for domestic battery and a BART Prohibition order before being released to the custody of an adult representative of her group home. A sergeant approved the arrest. Further follow-up investigation will be performed by the investigating officer.

Concordejet March 26, 2014 at 12:27 PM

Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued) – Concord Station

3/23/14, 1419 hours

What the heck she out on the street and messing around with dating relationship did they meet online???????? And why the group home not supervising children on the internet whether computer or cell phone (smart phone or non smart phones) That is really insane being on the lose runaway from the group home and hooking up online with a dating relationship or maybe it might not be an online dating relationship could be from school anyhow, I feel foster parents are really careless about and letting children go online because foster have no ideal what kids are surfing on the net for. I do not understand why the Juvenile could not accept her I guess not enough evidence. wow anyway I will keep this short and something should be done so she cannot be on the lose and go online looking for date online.

Permanent Vacation With Nsps March 26, 2014 at 12:50 PM

It doesn’t say anything about
how the couple met, let alone
that they met online, or that they
even use a computer. Also,
a group home situation is not a
foster home as far as I’m aware.

Elwood March 26, 2014 at 2:35 PM

What kind of police force has to have a sargent approve every bust?

BART cops are a sick joke.


Concordejet March 26, 2014 at 2:42 PM

BART cops are a sick joke.

true they all should be FIRED!!!!!!!!!

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