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.
A male suspect stole a wallet from the purse of a female patron on the Richmond bound train at 12th Street Station. Other patrons confronted the suspect and tried to detain him while officers responded. The suspect broke free and was seen on camera fleeing toward Frank Ogawa Plaza and officers were able to detain him at street level for further investigation. The victim and a witness positively identified the detainee as the person who stole the victim's cell phone. The victim was not injured and was able to recover her phone before officers arrived. The suspect, who is a transient, was on probation out of San Francisco. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for grand theft/person, probation violation and possession of narcotics paraphernalia (crack pipe).
A warrant check on a man detained for reportedly walking around the station with a hypodermic needle revealed two outstanding arrest warrants. One warrant was $10,000 out of Emeryville for theft, and the second was $10,000 out of Alameda County for theft. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrants. No needle was recovered.A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A female victim was robbed of her purse while she was at the fare gates at the 14th Street end of the station. The suspects followed the victim into the station and grabbed her purse as she processed her ticket. The victim tried to hang on to the purse and one suspect dragged her across the floor toward the Frank Ogawa Plaza exit until the purse strap broke. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects in the area. Video of the crime was captured on station video cameras. Both suspects were black males, about 20 years old. Both suspects were wearing wool hats. One suspect wore a blue jacket and jeans, while the other wore a white sweatshirt with a triangular design on the back and dark pants. The victim suffered cuts and bruises to her face, hand and knees, but she refused medical attention.
An officer contacted a male suspect for fare evasion at the 12th Street Station. A records/warrant check revealed the male had a $5,000 warrant issued by Alameda PD for a narcotics violation and public intoxication. The male was issued a citation for the fare evasion and booked a Glenn Dyer Jail. A sergeant debriefed the male.
A female suspect fare evaded, began creating a disturbance and battered another patron at the 12th Street Station. An officer contacted the suspect and she began creating a disturbance with the officer. The female spit at on the officer as he attempted to detain her in handcuffs. The female resisted the officer and he used force to place her into handcuffs. Officers responded to assist. The patron declined to press charges for battery. A records/warrant check showed the female had two "no bail" warrants out of Contra Costa County for theft and a 30,000 warrant out of SFPD for theft. The female was placed under arrest for the listed charges and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. A sergeant approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect but she had no information. MVR and Dispatch video captured the incident.
An officer detained a male suspect for fare evasion. The suspect attempted to flee and struggled with the officer before being taken into custody. The officer suffered a minor cut to her hand during the struggle, which was treated at the scene. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting arrest, violation of probation and battery on an officer. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
Medical staff at the Oakland Kaiser Hospital reported they had a patient who claimed she was the victim of a domestic violence incident that occurred earlier today at 12th Street Station. An officer responded to interview the victim at the hospital. The victim reported that at about 1200 hours, her ex-boyfriend had battered her inside the station and on the street. The victim complained of pain to the back of her head, neck and shoulders. An EPO was obtained for the victim. The case will be forwarded to detectives for further investigation.
A warrant check on a man detained for fare evasion revealed an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant out of Alameda County for vandalism. The subject 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.
The on duty Station Agent flagged down a BART Officer regarding a person behaving suspiciously. The Officer contacted the citizen. The citizen was arrested for being intoxicated in public. A Sgt approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect. The suspect was booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail.
A victim stated she saw a man with his pants down and exposing his penis while on the stairwell leading into the station. A suspect matching the description was detained, but the victim could not positively identify him. Video hotline notified.
A victim reported that she was on a Richmond bound train when a suspect snatched her white Iphone 5 (unknown serial number at the time, estimated value $200) out of her hands as the train entered the 12th St. Station. The suspect was reportedly last seen running towards the north end of the Richmond platform and then towards the street level stairwells. Officers and a sergeant searched the area with negative results. Dispatch tried to track the cell phone but discovered that it had already been shut off. (Suspect Description: Black male in his 30s, 6’02”, 180lbs, wearing a black shirt with white vertical stripes) The investigating officer will be requesting for video.
An officer responded to intercept a train for a report of a fight. A victim (a BART employee) said a man punched her in the face after she tried to verbally diffuse an argument between the suspect and another person. The victim positively identified a suspect who was detained at the scene, and placed him under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect was placed under arrest for battery and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. There were no injuries. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A warrant check on a person who was reported to be unconscious revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of Alameda County for driving while intoxicated . The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant and public intoxication. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
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.