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.
A suspect snatched an iPhone 4 from the hand of a male victim on the concourse level of the station. The suspect, described as a black male, about 5'7" tall, weraing a red jacket, a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, fled from the station via the 14th Street exit. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. The victim was not injured.
A warrant check on a person detained for fare evasion by an officer revealed an outstanding $15,000.00 arrest warrant out of BART for public intoxication. The person was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest on the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A security guard reported that a vandalism suspect who had broken a Broadway storefront window had entered the station. Officers detained the suspect on the platform. The suspect was positively identified by a witness to the crime. BART police handled the case as an outside assist due to Oakland police having an extended response time. The suspect was arrested for felony vandalism and public intoxication. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant. The suspect was booked into Santa Rita Jail.
A victim reported his iPhone 5 was taken from the top of his backpack while on a Richmond bound train at the station. The suspect exited the train in an unknown direction, and the victim reported the crime when he arrived at the Walnut Creek station.
Officers responded to a report from the station agent that a male had been in the station for an extended period of time and that he was acting strangely. The officers located the man and record checks showed that he had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant for domestic violence held by the Oakland Police Department. The man was arrested on his warrant and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A sergeant contacted an adult male for fare evasion and determined that the male had a $5,000 no cite warrant for his arrest. The male was debriefed before being cited for the fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrant.
The station agent reported that a man was panhandling in the station. An officer arrived and observed the man committing the violation. The suspect was cited for panhandling and arrested for violating a court order that he stay away from 12th St. station. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant, then booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
A warrant check on a person detained by an officer for drinking in public revealed a $5,000 outstanding arrest warrant out of Berkeley for public intoxication. The subject was arrested on the warrant and public intoxication. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the subject.
While on patrol near E. 12th Street at 22nd Avenue, an officer saw two females in a heated argument that escalated into a physical struggle. Officer attempted to detain the females but they fled into a structure inside a homeless encampment. Oakland Police Units arrived on-scene. The females continued to argue inside the structure. As the officers approached, a male exited the structure and the officers contacted him to determine what the cause of the disturbance. The male, who was a party to the argument, said his girlfriend was in a heated argument with her mother over their living conditions. The officers were able to separate the two females and identified all parties involved in the disturbance. A warrant/record check showed the females were clear, but the male had a "no bail" warrant from BART PD for fare evasion and failure to appear in court. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant. A sergeant approved the arrest and debriefed the male. The male was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail. The females did not wish to pursue a complaint against each other and no further action was taken.
An adult male fare evaded into the 12th Street Station, via the emergency gate, and proceeded to platform #2 to catch a train. An officer saw the suspect fare evade and contacted the male on the platform. The male was detained for fare evasion admitted to the officer that he did not process his ticket. A records/warrant check showed the male had a 50,000 warrant for a narcotics violation. Subject was placed under arrest on the warrant. A search incident to arrest revealed the male was in possession of a glass pipe used to ingest narcotics. The male was cited on the fare evasion and possession of narcotics paraphernalia. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and to debrief the male. The male was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
The suspect was contacted by a patrol officer for fare evasion. A warrant check revealed that the suspect had an outstanding $50,000 warrant for domestic violence from Oakland PD. The suspect was taken into custody on the warrant without incident. The sergeant responded to approve the arrest before the suspect was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail on the warrant. The suspect was also cited for fare evasion.
A patron called to report two females involved in an argument on the Fremont platform. An officer contacted two females who matched the description given. None of the involved wished to pursue a complaint, but one of the females was found to have two outstanding warrants for driving under the influence for a total of $60,000. That female suspect was debriefed by the on duty sergeant prior to being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrants. The other involved female was identified and released.
An officer contacted the suspect for fare evasion. A warrant check revealed the suspect had a $5,000 felony warrant for a narcotics violation from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. The officer placed the suspect under arrest. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail on the warrant. The suspect was also cited for the fare evasion violation.
A female patron had a small black pouch, containing $20 and makeup, snatched from her hand. The suspect, described as a black male about 18-20 years old, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and blue jeans, fled to the street via the 14th Street exit. The victim was not injured. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.
An adult male victim reported the theft of his white iPhone 4S while at the 12th Street Station. The victim was sitting on the Richmond platform listening to music when a male suspect (white shirt with a blue print on the back) grabbed the phone from his hands and fled from the 14th Street end of the station. The loss of the iPhone 4S was estimated at $300.00. The victim does not have the serial numbers to the phone and the phone does not have tracking software. An officer responded to take a report and requested video of the station.
A female patron called to report that her boyfriend was in the station and had threatened her. Officers arrived and made contact with both parties. The female said that the male had not only threatened to "shoot" her, but also pushed her around and grabbed onto her throat. No weapons were located on either party. The victim had red marks on her neck, but did refused medical attention. She was provided with an emergency protective order. The male, who was also found to be in possession of suspected heroin, was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for possession of a controlled substance, making criminal threats and the domestic violence charge.
A female patron called to report that an adult male had touched her on the leg as she walked by the suspect. An officer intercepted the train and made contact with both parties. The male suspect was found to have three no bail warrants for battery and theft. The suspect was interviewed before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrants and the battery (based on a citizen's arrest by the victim).
A victim reported a man grabbed a white 4s iPhone from her hand while she was inside the station, and fled toward the City Center area. There were no injuries and a search of the area proved negative. Video requested.
A victim reported a suspect stole an iPhone from her purse while they were inside the station. The victim said she had a brief struggle with the suspect as she held on to her purse. The suspect then went into the purse to take the phone, and then fled out the station toward Frank Ogawa Plaza. A few minutes later, the phone was tracked going toward San Francisco, possibly on a train. At the Powell Street Station, officers responded to intercept the approaching train. The officers spotted the suspected based on the description given by the victim, and placed him into custody after a brief foot pursuit. The suspect was positively identified by the victim, who was placed under arrest for robbery and resisting arrest. No injuries were reported by the victim, suspect, or officers. A lieutenant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and detectives interviewed the suspect, who confessed to the robbery.
A male and female, in the company of their three year old child, became involved in an argument as they got off a train. The argument became a physical confrontation. Responding officers detained both parties. There were no injuries. Witness statements and video evidence showed that the female was the aggressor in this incident and that the male avoided a physical confrontation as far as possible. The female was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. She began making statements that qualified her for psychiatric evaluation, so she was transported to the hospital for evaluation and medical clearance prior to booking. The male took custody of the child and was released. Child Protective Services was notified.