A victim reported that they locked their bicycle (a light blue girls bicycle, unknown model or serial number) to the free area bike racks (closest to the 11th St. exit) on 08/21/13, at 0900 hours. The bicycle was secured with 2 cable locks. The victim returned today at 0700 hours to find their bicycle gone. The estimated value of the bike is $50.
A patron reported to a victim that a man took her backpack that was under her seat while they were on a Richmond bound train and off boarded at the station. The victim was unaware of the loss until she started to off-board the train at the MacArthur Station. The backpack contained a wallet, Bank of America credit cards, ID, and a ASUS laptop. The victim reported the crime when she arrived at the Berkeley station and canceled her credit cards.
Patrons aboard a Pittsburg bound train reported an intoxicated male aboard the train that was threatening passengers. Officers intercepted the train at the 12th Street Station and removed the male from the train. The male was in possession of an opened 48 oz. can of beer. A record/warrant check revealed the male had a court "stay away" order prohibiting him from being on BART. Officers determined the male was too intoxicate to care for himself so he was placed under arrest for public intoxication and the court order violation. He received a citation for the open container. A sergeant approved the report and the male was booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail.
An officer detained an adult female for fare evasion. The woman initially lied about her name, but the officer was able to establish her true identity. Record checks showed that she had an outstanding, no-bail arrest warrant for burglary with force, held by the Antioch Police Department. The woman was arrested on her warrant and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for her outstanding warrant, and providing false information to a peace officer. She was cited for fare evasion.
Patrons reported a male shouting on a train. A BART Officer arrived on scene and detained the suspect. The suspect was arrested for being intoxicated in public. The suspect had a $5,000.00 warrant for the same violation. The suspect was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail.
A male victim was chased by three suspects, one male and two female from street level at the 12th Street BART Station to the 12th Street platform. The victim was struck by a hammer and kicked and punched. A BART Officer responded to the scene and contacted the victim. The victim was uncooperative and did not want to press charges. The victim had a scratch on his back and a complaint of pain to his left leg. The victim was transported to San Leandro Hospital. The suspects had fled the scene upon the Officer’s arrival.
A group of 150 protestors gathered near the 12th Street BART Station in Frank Ogawa Plaza at 1800 hours. The group marched toward the Fruitvale BART Station and reportedly grew to a crowd of 250. A group of 100 protestors arrived at the Fruitvale Station and participated in a vigil until 2230 hours. There were no reported crimes associated with the protest/vigil. L19
Officers responded to a report of a battery on a BART employee at the 12th Street Station. Officers contacted the male suspect, who ran from the officers. After a foot chase the suspect was located and taken into custody on 13th and Broadway. Suspect was placed under arrest for battery and resisting arrest. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer jail and was issued a prohibition order. Station Video was requested. Update: Officers interviewed BART employee that was allegedly pushed and determined a battery did not occur as initially reported to dispatch. The suspect’s booking charges were modified to resisting arrest only.
A victim reported a man took an iPhone from his hand while on a Millbrae bound train at the station. The subject off-boarded the station and ran in an unknown direction. The victim reported the incident at the 19th Street Station. Video hotline notified.
A woman reported that a male teenager had snatched her iPhone out of her hand aboard a San Francisco train at the station. The suspect, who was accompanied by another male teenager, escaped into the station with the phone. A sergeant detained two male teenagers in the station who matched the descriptions provided by the victim. One of the teenagers dropped an iPhone when the sergeant directed him to sit on a nearby bench. The victim was able to positively identify the iPhone as her stolen property. She said that she would not be able to identify the suspect who stole her phone and she declined to cooperate any further with the investigation. The sergeant debriefed the suspect in possession of the phone. The suspect claimed that a man had given him the phone. The suspect, a juvenile, was issued citations for possession of stolen property and fare evasion, and released to his mother. The second subject was identified and released after parental notification was made.
A train operator was slapped on his head while was operating a San Francisco bound train. A suspect slapped the employee on the back of the head as the employee was leaving the station. No injuries were reported. A bulletin has been issued by the Investigations Division for the suspect’s identification and apprehension.
The station agent called to report that an adult male had punched him in the chest as he grabbed at the BART ticket which the agent was holding in his hand. Officers arrived and located the male suspect on the street level. The agent identified him as the responsible person and placed him under citizen’s arrest. The male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for battery on a transit employee. OCC was notified.
An officer contacted a male for fare evasion. A records check revealed that he was on probation with a search clause out of Mendocino County. A search of his person revealed a hypodermic needle full of a suspected narcotic. The subject was taken into custody, cited for the fare evasion, and subsequently booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for possession of narcotics.
A patron called to report that she had seen a male suspect expose himself and masturbate on a train. She and the suspect off-boarded the train at the 12th Street Station and the suspect went to platform #2. Officers detained a male matching the description given. The victim positively identified the suspect as the same man she had seen exposing himself on the train. A records check revealed that the suspect had an indecent exposure CDC warrant for his arrest. The suspect was interviewed before being booked for the warrant and for felony indecent exposure. The male was also issued a prohibition order. Train and station video will be requested.
A man reported that a suspect, whom he could not describe, hit him on the back of his head and stole his Kyocera cell phone out of his hand. The crime occurred on the Fremont platform. The suspect fled towards the concourse. The victim declined medical attention.
Officers detained a man for fare evasion (emergency gate to exit). He was determined to have a $30,000 Alameda Co. warrant for violation of a court order. The suspect was arrested on the warrant. During a search incident to arrest, the suspect was found to be in possession of a loaded 9mm semi-automatic pistol, and suspected tar heroin. The suspect was cited for fare evasion. A sergeant attempted to debrief the suspect. The suspect said that he did not want to talk to the sergeant or a detective. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrant, possession of a controlled substance, and for being a felon in possession of a loaded and concealed firearm. The TSOC and NCRIC were notified.
Critical Asset Patrol Officers were patrolling the train when they observed an adult male producing altered BART tickets. The officers were able to take the suspect into custody and recover the evidence without incident. The suspect, who refused to make a statement, was not on probation or parole. He was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for altering fare media.
A man reported that his iPhone had been stolen out of his hand by a suspect whom he could not describe. The theft occurred on platform #3. The victim was ill and vomiting when the suspect took the phone and fled with it towards the 11th St. end of the station.
At the request of Oakland Police, the 12th Street Station was closed due to a shooting that occurred just outside the station 5-10 minutes earlier. Streets were closed northbound at Broadway and 12th Street, and southbound at Broadway and 14th Street. A sweep of the station was conducted for the suspect(s) with negative results. There was no delay in service, but trains did not stop at the station for approximately 46 minutes.
A man reported that a cellphone, $10 cash, and an $8 BART ticket had been taken from him by a man whom he initially thought was a law-enforcement officer. The theft occurred on 04/21/13, at approximately 2325 hrs., on platform #2. (suspect description: B-M, 30-35, 5-8, 150 bald, wearing a black shirt with “San Francisco” and a star printed on it; the suspect was accompanied by another man described as a B-M, 35, 6-0, thin, afro-style hair, wearing a black shirt with “San Francisco” and a star printed on it, and a red and black checkered jacket)
A warrant check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed a valid stay away court order prohibiting him from the 12th Street Station. The person was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for violation of a court order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
hrs. While on routine patrol, an officer was contacted by the victim of a bike theft. The victim reported that he locked his unknown brand/model single speed men’s bike to the upper tier of the racks with a cable lock. Sometime between 0745 hrs. on 04/08/13, and 1836 hrs. on 04/13/13, an unknown suspect stole the bike, which the victim valued at $70, and the cable lock. There was no evidence left at the scene.
Officers contacted a man for being in possession of an open container of alcohol aboard a San Francisco train. The suspect was found to have an outstanding $10,000 San Francisco misdemeanor warrant for driving with a suspended license. The suspect was arrested on the warrant, debriefed by a sergeant, and booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
A sergeant and three officers responded to a report of a man holding a knife, mumbling to himself, and harassing a woman aboard the train. When the officers arrived, the reporting party advised that the suspect had not threatened anyone with the knife, and had only been holding it. The suspect was subsequently arrested for being intoxicated in public. The sergeant approved the arrest. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail. Train service was delayed for 13 minutes.
While on street level, near 14th Street and Broadway, officers saw two male suspects beating a third male. The officers, who believed the beating was an in-progress robbery, arrested the suspects at gun-point. Subsequently, one of the suspects was found to be in possession of a loaded firearm, and the other suspect was found to have an outstanding juvenile warrant. The victim explained that the incident was in fact a battery, but declined to pursue a criminal complaint against the suspects. The suspects, however, were placed under arrest for their individual crime and outstanding warrant, respectively. The victim refused medical attention for minor injuries at the scene. A sergeant responded to the scene in order to approve the arrests, perform the use of force investigation, and debrief the suspects. The suspects, both of whom are juveniles, were booked at the Alameda County Juvenile detention center, San Leandro.