A warrant check on a man detained by an officer for unruly conduct revealed a $5,000 no-cite arrest warrant out of Alameda County. The subject, who was reportedly yelling at the station agent and patrons, was placed under arrest for the warrant and booked at the Glen Dyer Jail. 1112-2557 L12.
A man reported to an officer that a male suspect had grabbed the victim’s i-phone out of his hand and run away with it. The victim, who had been drinking, said that the theft occurred on a San Francisco train at 12th St. station. A witness maintained that the crime was committed on a Fremont train at 19th St. station. An area search for the suspect was unsuccessful. (suspect description: W-M, 20’s, facial hair, gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans)
A Sergeant and Officers responded to a report of two subjects fighting on the platform. Trains were held out for safety purposes. The Officers detained two subjects who were determined to be cousins. They got into an argument while on the platform and started wrestling each other. Neither party wanted to press charges and was released. There was no train delay as a result of this incident.
Officers responded to a theft of a suitcase report, with the suspect apparently at the 12th Street BART station. The theft occurred at the Greyhound Bus Terminal at 20th Street and San Pablo Ave. in Oakland. Officers detained a suspect on the platform and the victim positively identified him as the person who walked away with her suitcase. The crime occurred in Oakland Police jurisdiction, but they were too busy to respond and BART PD to the report as a courtesy. The suspect was arrested for theft based on a citizen’s arrest. Upon a records check, the suspect did not have any wants or warrants. The suspect was released on a citation.
At approx. 1658 hrs., Oakland PD and other sources reported that someone might have been shot at street level near the 12th St. BART station. Shortly thereafter, OPD confirmed that someone had been shot in or near the OccupyOakland encampment. Two trains were held at 12th St. station, at 1700 hrs., due to reports that suspects may have run into the station. OPD and BART PD personnel were checking the station and area when OPD advised that they had suspects detained at street level and that trains could be released. While those two trains were held, other trains did run-throughs of the station. The two trains that had been held were released at 1722 hrs. At OPD's request, the gates at the 14th & Broadway end of 12th St. station were closed while OPD conducted its investigation.
A 12-year-old boy reported that he was robbed of his wallet and $30 near the primary-end fare gates. Three male juveniles surrounded the victim and another 12-year-old boy, demanded their valuables, and went through their pockets. The victim tried to hide his wallet and dropped it. One of the suspects picked up the wallet and refused to give it back. The victim and his friend feared that they would be harmed if they resisted. The suspects fled towards Walgreen’s prior to the arrival of the investigating officer and could not be located. (suspects’ descriptions: B-M, light complexion, 12 years old, 5-1, thin, “dome-shaped” head, white shirt, khaki pants; B-M, dark complexion, 12 years old, 5-3, thin, black hooded jacket, black backpack; B-M, medium complexion, 12 years old, 5-1, thin, red shirt, dark pants)
BART officers responded to the intersection of 11th and Broadway Streets in Oakland for a vehicle accident. A vehicle that was driving east on 11th Street struck two pedestrians who were participants in the Occupy Oakland General Strike event. The pedestrians struck by the vehicle sustained injuries which needed medical attention. Paramedics arrived at the scene and transported both pedestrians to Highland Hospital for further treatment. The driver was released at the scene and the case was turned over to Oakland Police. 1111-0271 L12.
A female victim reported that she was battered by a male subject on the street above the station and then she and the suspect went into the station. Officers were on the scene detained the suspect and determined the victim had a minor facial injury from the battery. OPD was called but was behind on numerous calls. The officers on the scene took the case and determined that the couple had a child together which made the battery a felony. The suspect was arrested at the station and booked for domestic violence at the North County Jail.
There was civil unrest in downtown Oakland resulting from the eviction of the “Occupy” protestors. The Station was shut down (with only run-throughs) as a result of OPD deploying gas to disperse the crowd.
A woman reported that a male suspect approached her on the platform and made nonsensical comments to her, which she ignored. The suspect then grabbed her right shoulder and squeezed it. The victim, who was not injured, wished to place the suspect under citizen’s arrest. Officers held and searched the Pittsburg/Bay Point train because the victim said that the suspect had boarded it. The suspect was not located. There was a 12-minute train delay. (suspect description: W-M, 30 years old, with sunglasses, wearing a grey T-shirt, and carrying a red backpack)
Officers responded to the station on the report of a subject sleeping at the end of the train platform. BART Officers contacted and woke the subject. The officers determined that the subject was under the influence, but not excessively so. A warrant check revealed that subject had a $20,000 misdemeanor warrant out of Santa Clara County for public intoxication. The subject was arrested for the warrant and booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail. The subject was debriefed for BART related crimes.
An officer responded to the station on a report of a male stumbling and tripping on the platform. Upon arrival, the officer saw that the man was unable to care for his own safety and placed him under arrest for public intoxication. A search of suspect incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of a small amount of marijuana. The suspect was booked at the Glen Dyer jail for public intoxication, and was given a citation for possession of marijuana. 1109-0784/0789 L12.
A station agent reported a male suspect threw a sport-drink can at the agent’s booth. The suspect fled towards the 14th Street exit. Officers were at the station and eventually spotted a suspect walking northbound on Broadway St., toward the 19th Street BART station. The suspect entered the 19th Street station and was detained by the officers there. The agent positively identified the suspect. Upon further investigation, the suspect did not throw a can at the agent or agent’s booth; but did crush it against the booth door out of frustration because the station agent would not let him in the System for free. A records check revealed the suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant for driving on a suspended license ($25,000 bail) out of SFPD. The suspect was arrested and booked on the outstanding warrant at the Glenn Dyer jail facility.
A shirtless man was reportedly “acting crazy” and harassing patrons aboard the Pittsburg and Richmond trains. Upon contact, the subject fled from officers. The man ran upstairs, bumped into a skateboarder, then lay down prone on the ground. The officers determined that the man, who is on probation for vandalism, was in need of a psychological evaluation. He was transported to the John George Psychiatric Pavillion.
A woman was contacted for fare evasion by officers. She was found to have an Oakland no-bail, misdemeanor-theft warrant and a BART fare-evasion warrant. When the warrants were confirmed, the suspect spat on one officer and resisted arrest. She was interviewed by a sergeant, then booked into Glen Dyer Jail for the warrants, resisting arrest, and battery on a peace officer.
Officers detained a suspect for fare evasion. The suspect initially lied about his identity. After confirming his true identity, a wants/warrant check revealed he had a no bail felony warrant – SFPD for Drug sales and a BART warrant for fare evasion. The suspect was arrested and a search incident to arrest revealed he was in possession of illegal drugs. The suspect was issued a citation for the BART warrant and fare evasion. He was then booked into the Glen Dyer jail on the felony warrant, drug possession, and false ID to a peace officer.
A patron was on a Richmond train. As it approached the station, a male juvenile subject grabbed her I Phone and fled the train. The victim chased the suspect who fled north in the station. The victim lost sight of him at 14th and Broadway. The suspect was described as a Black male juvenile, 13-15 years old, 5’ 3”, thin build, white t-shirt, blue jeans. An area search was conducted with negative results. Video was requested.
Officers responded to a report of a white male adult suspect disturbing patrons aboard the train. They off-boarded a suspect. He was reprimanded and released because no one wished to make a citizen’s arrest. The train was held for 5 minutes.
A male called to report that he wanted to jump in front of a train. Dispatch was able to keep the subject on the phone and held trains out of the station until officers arrived. Officers made contact and determined that the male was in need of psychiatric evaluation. The male was then transported by ambulance to Summit Hospital.
While in the free area of the station, a female victim was pulled to the ground as a male suspect took the victim's iPhone from her left hand. The suspect fled the scene toward the 14th Street/Ogawa Plaza area. A search for the suspect proved negative, and the victim did not need any medical attention.
Officers responded to the station to search for a theft suspect, at the request of OPD. According to OPD, the suspect stole items today and yesterday; and allegedly was armed with a knife in the day before incident. Dispatchers were able to locate the suspect via station cameras and directed the officers to his location. The suspect was detained without incident by our officers. OPD officers arrived at the station shortly thereafter. The case was turned over to OPD.
6/23/11 – 14:05 A BART Station Agent was on the escalator going up to the plaza. An unknown female with a bicycle (with a BART property tag attached), was also on the escalator. The Agent asked the subject where she got the bike and the subject said she picked up the bike at the El Cerrito Del Norte station. The subject then placed the bike at the top of the escalator and the Agent accidentally tripped over it. As a result, the Agent aggravated a pre-existing injury on her left ankle. The subject was described as a Black female, shoulder length hair, thin build, 5’5” tall, and white T-shirt. The Bike was a burgundy colored road bike. An Officer conducted an area search for the subject and bike with negative results. The agent refused medical and stated she would seek her own.
A patron reported a white male, blond beard, in his forties taking off his clothes on a train. The train was held at the 12th St., station and an officer off-boarded a subject. A warrant check revealed an outstanding warrant out of the Department of Corrections (Parolee at Large). The subject was arrested, transported, and booked at Glen Dyer Jail. 1106-2319 – L-24
Oakland Police Department reported a theft had just occurred at the Walgreens store above the station, and Oakland Ambassadors were holding down the suspect. A BART officer and Sergeant arrived on the scene and took the suspect into custody. Oakland Police Department requested BART Police handle the incident due to a large protest in their city. A warrant check revealed an outstanding felony (Possession of a Controlled Substance) and misdemeanor (Under the Influence of a controlled substance) warrant out of Concord. The subject was identified as the suspect who took the property from Walgreens and a complaint was signed. The suspect was debriefed by the sergeant concerning other crimes possibly occurring in the system. The subject was issued a citation for petty theft, and he was transported and booked at Glen Dyer Jail for the outstanding warrants.