A male suspect snatched a female victim's iPhone 6 from her hand while on the train and fled of foot out the 11th Street exit to Broadway. The victim was not injured. The phone could not be tracked. The suspect was described as a black male in his 20's, 5'7" tall, wearing a dark hooded jacket and red pants. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the suspect in the area.
A patron reported an exposed male masturbating on the train. Officers intercepted the train at the Walnut Creek Station and contacted the suspect and witness. The witness identified the suspect and placed him under citizen's arrest. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for indecent exposure.
A pregnant victim reported the father of her child punched her in the face and kicked her in the back while in the free area. The suspect then fled from the station prior to the arrival of the police. The victim declined medical attention. Video requested.
A victim reported the theft of their white Dawes brand 3-speed men’s road bike, valued at $700, while it was cable locked in the concourse level of the station between 0900 and 1830 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
A record check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of Santa Clara for probation violation, and an $80,000 arrest warrant out of Santa Clara for contempt of court. The subject was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for the warrants.
A victim called to report that someone had taken her MacBook Air computer from her bag while she was on the train sometime between the 12th Street Station and the Embarcadero Station (0750-0810 hours). She did not see who may have taken the computer.
An officer detained a subject he recognized as having an outstanding BART Police warrant. The officer confirmed the $70K felony indecent exposure warrant and arrested the subject. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then booked into the county jail.
While at the corner of 14th and Webster Streets, BART officers were flagged down by a citizen who pointed to a subject armed with a handgun. The officers then saw the subject walking nearby and waving the gun. Shortly thereafter, Oakland Police officers arrived and took lead of the incident. As officers followed from a relatively safe distance, the subject refused to obey commands to stop and relinquish the weapon. He eventually made his way into the nearby BART station where he was cornered at the north end of the Fremont/San Francisco platform by Oakland officers. There, the subject continuously refused to obey police commands and was eventually subdued by Oakland officers with less-lethal munitions. BART officers located the subject’s weapon, which was determined to be a pellet gun, in a station garbage can. The subject was transported to a local hospital for medical treatment, prior to receiving psychiatric treatment, and will be eventually booked by Oakland Police for brandishing a replica firearm and resisting arrest. Train service into the station was halted for approximately 10 minutes during the incident and train run-throughs on the incident platform continued for about 50 minutes as Oakland Police recovered evidence and performed their use of force investigation; BART officers were not directly involved in the use-of-force. TSOC notified
A victim reported that he was on the platform when two suspects approached (#1 - BM, 20's, thin, black jacket, blue jeans, #2 - BM, 20's, thin, unknown color jacket). One suspect hit him with a forearm and took his cellphone from his hand. The second suspect held him down and took his tablet from him as well. Both suspects then fled out of the station. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects. The devices did not have tracking enabled. The victim declined medical attention.
A female victim reported that while entering the station, via the west 11th Street stairwell, she was suddenly grabbed from behind in a “bear hug” by a Black male who then forcibly took her white iPhone 5 from her jacket pocket. The suspect then fled up the stairwell, toward street-level, and out of the victim’s view. Officers performed an area search, but were unable to locate the suspect. Attempts to track the phone were also unsuccessful. The victim was not injured during the robbery, but she further described the suspect as follows: 5’5” to 5’6” tall; dark curly shoulder-length hair, possible dread locks; wearing a white long-sleeve short and baggy pants. The investigating officer completed a report.
Officers were called to a report of a female attacking a male. The officers contacted both parties and determined that the boyfriend and girlfriend became involved in a dispute and the female intentionally poked the male in the eye. The female was taken into custody and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence. The male declined medical attention.
Two victims reported that while on the Richmond/Pittsburg platform, a Black male suspect suddenly snatched their iPhones from their hands. When the victims attempted to regain the phones, they were intimidated by the suspect. The suspect then fled from the station, via the 11th/Broadway exit, but an area search for him by officers ended unsuccessfully. The phones, described as a grey iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 - gold in color, were not trackable. The victims, who were not injured during the robbery, further described the suspect as follows: 30 years of age; 6’-2” to 6’-3” tall; thin build – but muscular; dark complexion; wearing a black T-Shirt, blue jeans, a black/white ski-style hat. The investigating officer requested station video.
A male patron sitting on a Richmond bound train was robbed of his iPhone 6. Suspect number one sat next to the victim. When the train reached the 12th Street Station, Suspect number one punched the victim 3 times in the face and then took the phone. A second suspect stood by while the robbery occurred. Both suspects fled on foot out of the Station. Suspect number one was described as a MB, 24-25 yrs old, 6’0” tall, med build, muscular, wearing jeans and a gray shirt. Suspect number 2 was described as a MB 20’s, 6’0” tall, no further description. Video requested.
Dispatch received a report of two males fighting aboard a Pittsburg bound train that was traveling thru the Trans-Bay Tube. Officers intercepted the train at 12th Street Station. Officers searched the train and located two victims aboard the train. A male victim had sustained two large welts on the side of his head and a female victim sustained a scalp wound during the altercation. Both victims were transported to the hospital for treatment. The male told officers a light-skinned Black male was harassing the female on the train. The male stepped in to stop the conflict and was attacked by the Black male. The female attempted to stop the fight and was injured in the attempt. Officers requested video from the incident train.
Officers responded to a report of a battery between two parties on the station platform. The officers located and detained the parites in question and determined that there was no battery. A wants check on one of the subjects revealed that he had stay away order from all BART Stations. This subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for violating a court order.
A patron reported that their unknown make/model blue women's 5-speed bike was stolen from the racks in the center of the station between 1000-2000 hours. The victim secured the bike with a cable lock.
While at the station, a lieutenant contacted two adult females for arguing with one another while on the San Francisco platform. One of the subjects was discovered to have a misdemeanor $20k warrant issued from the Santa Clara Sheriff’s Office charging probation and narcotics violations. The subject with the warrant was arrested and booked into the North County Jail.
Officers contacted a male subject in order to check upon his welfare, and learned there was an outstanding “no bail” CA Department of Corrections robbery warrant for his arrest. The subject was then placed under arrest for the warrant without incident. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject, who was then booked into the county jail.
The station agent reported that a chronic offender who was known to have a stay-away order was in the station. Officers responded and detained the male, who had a confirmed stay-away order as a condition of his probation. The man was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
Officers responded to the 12th Street Station to investigate the report of a male subject chasing a female inside the station. The officers contacted and detained both subjects. Both parties, who are currently dating, claimed one had battered the other. As a result both parties sustained minor injuries, but required no medical attention. Based upon their investigation, officers determined both parties were equal aggressors and they were placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subjects. The male party was issued a prohibition order as his portion of the crime occurred on BART property, while the female’s portion occurred in the City of Richmond. The male party was booked for domestic battery and for violating the terms of his (domestic violence) probation, while the female was booked for domestic battery.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a domestic dispute. Upon arrival, a female was detained. A record check on the female revealed a no-bail arrest warrant out of Oakland for assault and a $15,000 arrest warrant out of Piedmont for auto theft. The female resisted the officers’ attempts to take her into custody for the warrants, and physical force was used to place her under arrest. The female was determined to be a danger to herself and medical personnel responded. While the officers were waiting for medical personnel, a hostile crowd gathered and one person was taken into custody for resisting arrest. There were no injuries and the female suspect will be booked for the warrants after being cleared for at the John George Psychiatric Facility.
A suspect arrested for public intoxication by an officer was found to be in possession of more than one gram of cocaine. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for public intoxication and possessing the narcotic.