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.
A person detained by officers for fare evasion revealed an outstanding $17,000 arrest warrant out of Oakland for disturbing the peace. The person was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest on the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene and approved the arrest.
A victim reported at 1515 hours, a male grabbed a Kindle from her hand while she was standing on the Pittsburg/Baypoint bound platform and fled from the station toward the 12th Street exit.
A victim reported via telephone that her black Coach purse was removed from her shoulder while she was on a crowded Pittsburg/Baypoint bound train at the 12th Street Station between 2030-2040 hours. The purse contained cash, a Blackberry, and miscellaneous items. The victim said she did not see or feel anyone take the purse off her shoulder, but noticed it was missing when said arrived at the station. 1211-2213 L12.
A woman reported that a man had run up behind her and taken her Iphone out of her hands on the platform. The suspect escaped through the station with the property. (suspect description: B-M, 20-22, 5-10, 150, black jacket)
A sergeant detained a male for fare evasion. The station agent had reported seeing the man exit the paid area, through the fare gate, without using a ticket or Clipper card. During the detention, the station agent checked the man’s Clipper card and said that it indicated that the man had not paid his fare. The suspect was arrested after he walked away from the sergeant and attempted to push past a cover officer. A lieutenant responded to the scene for a use of force investigation. The suspect was cited for fare evasion (on a citizen’s arrest by the station agent), then transported to Glenn Dyer Jail, where he was booked for resisting arrest.
A woman reported that four male teenagers had robbed her in the stairwell leading from the station to Frank Ogawa Plaza. One of the suspects had produced a knife from his pants pocket. Another had a Taser-like device. The victim fought against the suspects in an effort to retain her property. She was not injured. The loss was an Adidas duffel bag, a garment bag, and their contents. According to a witness, the suspects fled into an apartment building on 15th St. A sergeant and officers were not able to locate the suspects in that building. (suspects’ descriptions: #1: B-M, 5-10, neck-length dreads, lime-green shirt, jean jacket, dark jeans, had a knife; #2: B-M, 5-8, dark baseball cap, jean jacket, had a Taser-like device; #3: B-M, no further description; #4: B-M, 5-10; one of the suspects, possibly #3 or #4, may have had a large tattoo on his neck and could have been wearing a backwards grey hat, a grey sweatshirt and an orange t-shirt)
A patron reported that while they were on a San Francisco bound train at the 12th Street station, a suspect grabbed an iPhone out of the victim's pocket and fled with the loss. The suspect was described as a BF, mid 20's to early 30's, 5'5" tall, medium build, wearing a blue jeans jacket and a floral skirt. The victim waited until they got off the train in San Francisco to report the crime and the suspect was not located.
A female juvenile victim was robbed at the 14th Street end of the 12th Street BART Station. The victim was walking down the stairs when she was confronted by two female juvenile suspects. Suspect #2 (Black female, thin, no clothing description) grabbed the female from behind and suspect #1 (Black female, 506, thin, 15-16 years old, thin extensions, turquoise sweater, blue jeans) wrestled the phone from her hands. Loss was a 3g white, I-phone with a purple cover. Estimated loss is $200. Victim sustained an abrasion to her wrist but declined medical. The victim's parents were advised of the incident.
An adult female victim was sitting on the handicap seats, located near the doors (unknown car) of a Richmond bound train. The victim was holding her white I-phone 4 in her hands, when a Black male suspect grabbed the phone from her and ran out the train car doors. The victim described the Black male as 19-25 years old, 601, 180, short dreadlocks, black hoodie, and blue jeans. The victim estimated the value of the phone at $130.00. There is no tracking software installed on the phone and the victim may have the serial numbers at home. Station video has been requested and the case is being investigated.
The victim was standing on the platform holding her white iPhone 4s, when the suspect, a BM, 6', 180 lbs., dark complexion, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, snatched her phone from her hand. The suspect ran from the station with the victim's phone. The victim waited to report the theft because she had to get to work. The victim stated that she cannot identify the suspect. The victim's phone could not be tracked. Station video was requested by the investigating officer.
A patron secured their bike to a rack at the station between 09:00 and 16:15 using a U-lock and a cable. When they returned they found that an unknown suspect had taken the bike and the locks. The bike was described as a red, Jamis brand bike. Video evidence was requested from the time frame of the theft.
A man reported that a male suspect had snatched his iPhone out of his hands aboard a Richmond train at the station. The suspect escaped through the station in an unknown direction. (suspect description: BM, mid 20’s, 5-6, 175, stocky, dark-colored baseball cap, black baggy jacket, dark-colored pants)
A victim reported the theft of her Motorola "flip" phone from inside a case that was attached on her belt. The victim boarded a Pittsburg bound train (unknown car) at 16th Street in San Francisco and discovered the theft at the 12th Street Station in Oakland. The victim called her service provider and discovered that someone was using her phone. Service was shut off. The value of the phone was estimated at $100.00 and no serial numbers are available. An officer is investigating this case.
Officers intercepted a train at the 12th Street Station for a report of a battery on a Richmond bound train. The victim pointed the suspect out to officers. The officers contacted the suspect and learned that he had five misdemeanor warrants out of San Francisco totaling $300,618.00. Suspect was placed under arrest on the warrant. The victim of the battery decided not to press charges. Suspect was booked into Santa Rita jail on the warrants. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant regarding crime on BART.
A man reported that he had been robbed of his I-phone and wallet in the station- entrance stairwell between DeLauer’s News Stand and the primary agent’s booth. The victim said that six men surrounded him. One suspect displayed a Taser-like device while the others went through the victim’s pockets and removed his property. The victim ran upstairs after the robbery and did not see where the suspects went. An unsuccessful area search was conducted for the suspects. (suspects’ descriptions: six B-Ms, 20-30 years old, large builds, wearing black clothing, two of whom were at least 6’ tall)
A victim reported that while on a Pittsburg bound train, at the 12th St. Station, a black male, 5’4”, 145 pounds, wearing a gray and black coat and gray sweats snatched her iPhone 4 out of her hand and fled the train. The victim valued the iPhone 4 at $420. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.
An officer contacted two suspicious males at the station and discovered that both suspects were wanted on no-bail parole violations. The suspects were both arrested and booked into the North County jail. The suspects were both interviewed by the zone sergeant. 1208- 0035 L14
Officers stopped a subject for fare evasion and learned he was on probation with a full search clause. Subject was searched and officers discovered drug related paraphernalia on his person. Subject was also involved in a verbal dispute with a station agent and made threats against the agent on 07/19/12. Agent pursued criminal charges in that case. Subject was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for drug related paraphernalia, probation violation and disturbing the peace.
A juvenile male victim reported he was robbed of his black iPhone 3G at the 14th Street end of the station at about 1400 hours. The suspect threatened to pull a knife on the victim and demanded the victim's phone. The suspect was described as a black male in his mid-20's, 6 feet tall with collar length dredlocks and a dark complexion. He was wearing a blue baseball cap, a black shirt and blue jeans. The victim did not report the crime until approximately 90 minutes later, once he arrived at Castro Valley Station.