A station agent reported that there was a subject he was watching on a monitor who was masturbating underneath a sweatshirt in the station elevator. Officers and a sergeant responded and detained the subject in question. The ISRC was also able to view the incident as it was happening via the cameras. Further investigation revealed that the subject had a stay away order from all BART stations and that he was in the possession of narcotics paraphernalia. The subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for lewd and lascivious acts, violation of a court order, and possession of narcotics paraphernalia.
An officer responded to a report of a person inside the station who had an active stay away order from the station. The subject was positively identified by the station agent, and records check revealed the subject had an active order to stay 100 yards away from the station. The subject was placed under arrest for violating the stay away order, and a sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the subject.
A victim called to report a male brandishing a box cutter on the platform. The suspect reportedly boarded a Richmond train, which was intercepted by officers at the 19th Street Station. The train operator reported seeing the suspect in the lead car and that the suspect had dropped an object on the ground near the train operator's cab. Officers detained the suspect, who matched the original description given by the victim. The object was recovered and determined to be a box cutter. The victim responded to the 19th Street Station and identified the suspect as the responsible party. The victim said that the suspect had lunged at him with an object in his hand, while they were on the platform at the 12th Street Station. The victim then noticed that the object in the suspect's hand was a box cutter. The victim was not injured. The suspect was issued a prohibition order, transported back to Lake Merritt Headquarters where he was interviewed by detectives before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for assault with a deadly weapon and brandishing a dangerous weapon. TSOC was notified.
Officers were detailed to the station on the report of a subject walking on the #2 track way, toward the 19th Street station. Eventually the subject was detained by officers at the 19th Street station and found to be in need of a psychological evaluation. Paramedics then transported the subject to the county’s psychological pavilion. Officers performed track way inspections of both the #1 and #2 track ways, between the 12th and 19th Street stations, and found nothing unusual.
A subject detained for fare evasion refused to cooperate with officers and attempted to walk away from the scene. The officers used physical force to restrain the subject, but she continued to physically resist and spat upon both officers before she was placed in handcuffs. While handcuffed, the subject continued with her attempts to kick and spit upon the officers. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, debrief the subject, and perform the use of force investigation. The subject was then transported to the county jail in order to be booked for resisting arrest, battery on a peace officer, and for violating the terms of her (resisting arrest) probation. However, while at the jail, the subject head-butted a jail deputy in the face, and an additional battery on a peace officer charge was added to her booking. Police personnel involved in this case received minor injuries as a result of being battered by the subject, who was also issued a BART prohibition order and a citation for fare evasion.
Officers were on patrol of the station and a station agent reported a fare evader. Based on the agent's description, the officers knew the male fare evader from previous contacts and knew he had a warrant. The officers check the Oakland Civic Center Plaza and located the male inside a business. A records/warrant check showed the male had a 10K warrant for lewd conduct issued by BART Police. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant but the station agent declined to place the male under citizen's arrest for fare evasion. A sergeant responded to the scene and approved the arrest. The male was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail on the warrant.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and determined that the male is on probation with a condition that he stay away from all BART stations. The male was cited for fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the probation violation.
A victim reported the theft of her Nook electric reader from the 12Th Street Station. The victim was standing on platform #2 reading a book on her Nook, when a male suspect grabbed her Nook and ran towards the 14Th Street end of the station. The victim chased the suspect but lost sight of him on the corner of 14Th St. and Franklin St. Suspect was described as a Black male, young, 408, black hoodie, dark tight blue jeans and wearing a blue backpack. The Nook (no serial numbers) was valued at $150.00 but contained $100.00 worth of books. An officer responded to take the theft report.
Officers responded for a report of a man who was disturbing patrons near the elevator. Upon detention, the subject became uncooperative and began to walk away from the officers. The subject continued to be non-compliant and physical force was used to take him into custody. There were no injuries and the subject was booked for resisting arrest, public intoxication, and probation violation. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A victim was standing near the train doors and was holding his phone in his hands on the lead car of a Fremont bound train. A Black male reached into the car and grabbed the victim's phone before the train doors closed and the train left the station. The suspect was described as a Black male in his 20's, loose clothing and had shoulder length dreadlocks. The loss was a 32G black iPhone 5S (no serial number) that was valued at $700.00. The phone was off and officers were not able to track the phone. An officer is requesting station video and completed a theft report.
An officer detained a male and female suspect for fare evasion. Record checks showed that the female suspect had three outstanding arrest warrants: no-bail for auto theft, held by Alameda PD; $5,000 for obstruction of justice, held by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Department; and $874 for drinking in public, held by Oakland PD. The male suspect was cited for fare evasion and released. The female was cited for fare evasion and booked at Santa Rita Jail for her outstanding warrants.
While on patrol, officers contacted a female subject for fare evasion. A wants check revealed that the subject had an outstanding $10k burglary warrant issued by the Antioch Police Department. The subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for her warrant. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
A distraught female victim, naked from the waist down, contacted the station agent and reported that her boyfriend had beaten her up and then fled into the station. Patrons saw the male suspect and detained him until officers arrived. Officers determined that the male suspect had raped and beaten the victim on street level, near the station. The victim was transported to Highland Hospital for treatment. Record checks showed that the male suspect had an outstanding $50,000 arrest warrant for domestic violence, held by a Florida agency. The male was turned over to Oakland PD for further investigation.
A warrant check on a person detained for possible intoxication revealed an outstanding $5,000 arrest warrant out of Oakland for battery. The suspect was placed under arrest for public intoxication and the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
The victim reported that while aboard a train a young Black male, wearing a tan and bright green jacket, took her black iPhone 5 from her possession and then fled from the train as it arrived at the station. The victim chased after the suspect, but lost sight of him a short time later. Police dispatch tracked the phone briefly to the area of 14th and Clay Streets until it was turned off. Officers performed an area search for the suspect, but were unable to locate him. The victim is unable to identify the suspect. The investigating officer requested station video.
The victim reported that while inside the station, an unknown race male, 5'10', medium build, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and a teal backpack, reached into her open jacket pocket and removed her wallet. The victim felt a slight touch, and saw the suspect walking away from her with her wallet. The victim is unable to identify the suspect. The loss was a brown wallet containing miscellaneous credit cards and $20 cash. The investigating officer requested station video.
A witness reported that he saw a subject take a bicyclist’s bag when the bicyclist set it down onto the ground (topside 12th St. Station). A sergeant responded and detained the subject in question. A wants check revealed that the subject had a misdemeanor $20k petty theft warrant for his arrest issued from the Oakland Police Department. A search revealed that the suspect was in possession of what appeared to be narcotics. The narcotics were NIK tested and determined to be methamphetamines. The suspect was arrested and booked for the warrant. Officers were unable to locate a victim and the disputed bag ended up belonging to the suspect in question.
While on board a train, an officer observed a male subject verbally harassing another patron. At one point, the suspect got up from his seat and began to threaten this patron. The officer intervened and it was at that point a witness advised the officer that the suspect had a knife. (A separate witness later advised that the suspect had the knife exposed during the verbal altercation.) The officer detained the suspect and located a fixed bladed knife in his possession. The incident train was held for approximately 16 minutes so that cover officers could arrive and assist with locating witnesses. The suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the North County Jail for disturbing the peace, brandishing a weapon (knife), and possession of a dirk/dagger. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. Sergeant Scott was on scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. TSOC was notified.
A patron reported that their red unknown make/model girl's 5-speed bike was stolen from the racks inside the station between 0700 hours on 12/11/13 to 0700 hours today. The victim secured the bike with a U-lock and a chain.
A male victim reported that he was beaten and robbed of cash on platform #2. Trains were held out of the station and responding officers searched the station, but were unable to locate the suspects. The suspects were only described as two black males, one wearing a black shirt and the other a gray shirt. The victim declined medical attention.
The station agent reported a man in the station creating a disturbance. Responding officers detained the man and discovered that he had a probation condition that prohibited him from being at the station. The man was arrested for violation of a court order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A sergeant saw an adult male suspect vandalizing a street-level elevator structure with spray paint, and detained him without incident. Subsequently, the suspect was issued a misdemeanor vandalism citation and released.
An officer responded to a report by the station agent of a man who was suspected of having an active restraining order from the station. Upon detention inside the station, a records check via dispatch revealed the subject had an active court order to stay 100 feet from the 12th Street station and was placed under arrest. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A victim reported the loss of their silver/white 26 inch Trek mountain bike (no serial numbers) from the 12TH Street Station. The victim secured his bike to the bike rack at 1000 hours using a cable lock and a U-Lock but did not run the U-Lock through the frame. The victim returned at 1400 hours and discovered his bike was stolen. The U-lock was still attached to the rack. An officer took a phone report and the u-lock was not available to process for fingerprints. The officer requested station video.