Officers were dispatched to the 12th Street station on a report of an unconscious male on board a BES bound train who was bleeding from his nose and had shallow breathing. Two doses of NARCAN were administered as it appeared the male was suffering from a drug overdose. The male remained in and out of unconsciousness and was transported to the hospital.
Ryan Murphy (7/5/95, San Francisco) was found to be in violation of the Proof of Payment Ordinance. He was also found with 60K in warrants from various agencies for burglary and possession of stolen property. He was booked into Santa Rita Jail.
Subjects were detained for lodging on BART District property. Two of the subjects had outstanding warrants. The subjects were arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for their warrants.
Benjamin Hamilton (02/07/95, Oakland) was contacted for a report of drug use on-board a train at the 12th Street Station. Hamilton was off-boarded, identified, and eventually found to have a total of six warrants totaling $30,500 from various agencies. Hamilton was placed under arrest for five of the warrants and booked into Santa Rita County Jail. Hamilton did not have a valid BART ticket/Clipper card in his possession.
Robert Duckett (2/11/84, Oakland) was arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the listed charges, and issued a Prohibition Order. Duckett was not in possession of valid fare media.
Alin Pataina (05/23/89, Oakland) was contacted for threatening two station agents. Pataina was taken into custody and booked into Santa Rita Jail on the above charge.
Larry Buckley, Jr. (11/2/1973 San Francisco) was arrested on a no bail U.S. Marshal warrant for a weapons violation. Buckley was contacted for fare evasion. He was booked into Santa Rita Jail.
Jeromey Ng (6/8/88, SF) was found to have a 15K warrant for Arson and a 5K warrant for vandalism out of San Francisco. Ng was arrested for the warrants and booked into Santa Rita Jail.
A Community Service Officer administered one dose of NARCAN to an unresponsive male located insde the station. The male regained consciousness and was transported by medical personnel to an area hospital for further treatment.
Due to acts of vandalism and the potential of violence during the Minneapolis Solidarity Demonstration in Oakland, the 12th Street Station was closed at 2038 hours. The station remained closed until revenue hours were over, around 2158 hours. No reports of vandalism to BART Property occurred during the demonstration. TSOC notified of the closure. L22