A female victim was confronted by a male suspect while she was buying a ticket. The male demanded money and when the victim refused, he forcibly took her wallet and fled from the station. The suspect was described as a black male, about 28 years old, wearing a green army-type jacket and black hat. Responding officers located a male matching the description of the suspect at 14th and Broadway. The male was on probation and had a full search clause. The officer exercised the search clause and located approximately 2 ounces of suspected marijuana packaged for sale, a scale, cash and other indicia of narcotics sales. The officer determined that the detainee was not the robbery suspect. However, the officer placed the detainee under arrest for possession of marijuana for sales. The detainee then claimed to be having chest pains and was eventually transported by ambulance to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. A complaint will be sought against the detainee for the drug offense. The robbery suspect was not located.
A female victim had her purse taken from her possession by a suspect who was described as a black male, 25-27 years old, 5'8", thin build, wearing a blue and white hoodie. The suspect was able to flee the area before officers arrived.
A 33-year-old man was arrested for domestic battery after a station agent reported seeing him hitting his 32-year-old girlfriend on the head with his open hand several times. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
Trains were held due to a report of a fire on the C3X track (crossover between C1 and C3 tracks) between 12th and 19th Street Stations. Officers provided crowd control and assisted Oakland Fire while they investigated. No fire was located, but fire crews found minor damage to a coverboard, possibly due to an electrical short. Train service was impacted for about 34 minutes. Power crews were able to restore power and normal service. There were no injuries and no reports of significant property damage.
An officer was flagged down by an adult male who reported that he was just pushed down to the ground by a group of people on the city street above the station. The officer went upstairs and located the group of people who were responsible for pushing the victim. Further investigation revealed that one of the suspects had taken personal property from the victim during the incident and was also in possession of narcotics. The suspect was turned over to the Oakland Police Department who arrested and booked the suspect for robbery and possession of narcotics.
The Oakland Police Department received a report of a shooting at 12th/Broadway Streets after a nearby juvenile party had broken up. One juvenile received a non life-threatening injury and one suspect was taken into custody on the street level. A second suspect reportedly entered the 12th Street BART Station. Trains were held out of the station for approximately 25 minutes while the station was searched. BART Officers found one juvenile who was in possession of a replica handgun. That suspect was turned over to OPD. The 14th Street entrances to the station were kept closed while OPD conducted the investigation.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a woman who was on the tracks. The woman had jumped onto the tracks platform #2, causing an approaching train to perform an emergency stop to avoid striking the woman. Bystanders assisted the woman back onto the platform at which time she continued to act in a manner that indicated that she was unable to care for her own safety. The woman was taken to the hospital for medical evaluation on a psychiatric hold. Trains were delayed approximately 9 minutes due to the incident.
A male detained for fare evasion was found to have $30,000 worth of outstanding arrest warrants for driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license. The male was arrested and booked at county jail.
An officer observed a suspect fare evade via the emergency gate to exit the system. When the officer detained the suspect, he discovered that the suspect was also wanted on a warrant out of BART PD for fare evasion. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and for the outstanding warrant.
Officers detained a suspect for fare evasion and discovered that the suspect was also wanted on a felony warrant. Incident to arrest, the officers also found that the suspect was in possession of suspected narcotics. The suspect was arrested and booked for all charges.
While aborad a Richmond bound train, a male adult took a Kindle reader from a female adult after squirting the victim in the face with pepper spray. The suspect off boarded the train at the 12th Street station in an unknown direction. 1008-3772 L12.
An adult male was arrested and booked on a $20K warrant charging criminal threats after he was reportedly involved in a loud domestic dispute. The incident occurred on a San Francisco-bound train.
BART police personnel responded to reports of shots fired on the street above the station. Officers rendered aid to a gunshot victim in Delauer's store and assisted Oakland police in an area search for the suspects.
Officers on a patrol check of 12th St. Station arrested a parolee with a significant criminal history after he attempted to rob a citizen of her purse. The suspect fled into the station and boarded a train. The suspect violently resisted as the officers, and later a responding sergeant, attempted to off-board him. After a significant struggle the suspect was subdued. Prior to booking, the supect was transported to Highland Hospital for treatment of his injuries. The officers suffered no visible injuries while the sergeant sustained cuts to his right hand.
A patron was robbed of cash and commuter checks as she was entering the station at the bottom of the 11th St. stairwell. The suspect approached her and grabbed at her purse, managing to remove money and commuter checks from her wallet. After a brief struggle the suspect fled the station only to be spotted by City of Oakland Safety Ambassadors who had been alerted via witnesses. The ambassadors maintained a visual, eventually surrounding the suspect and enabling responding BPD officers to take him into custody a few blocks away. The suspect was booked and the loss recovered.
A 24-year-old man entered the paid area through the emergency gate without authorization and took bus transfers. When the station agent spoke to him, the man became angry, cursed at the agent, and pounded on the agent's booth. While the station agent was calling BART police, the suspect slapped and scratched the station agent's hand. An officer conducting an area search located the suspect on a nearby street. The suspect was positively identified by the victim, then booked into Glenn Dyer Jail for battery on transportation personnel.
While waiting on the platform for a San Francisco train, a patron had her iPhone snatched from her possession by a subject who fled towards the 11th St. exit. The suspect was described as a black male, early 20's, 6'2" in height, wearing a blue stripped shirt and dark shorts.
An officer detained an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that the suspect was possibly wanted for a parole violation. The suspect resisted arrest and it took several officers to take him into custody. The suspect was arrested and booked for the fare evasion, resisting arrest and the parole violation.
A 23-year-old woman reported that her ex-boyfriend, a transient, against whom she has a stay-away order, robbed her of her purse. The 27-year-old suspect followed the victim down one of the station escalators, then took her purse by force. The loss included $250 cash, a cell phone, a driver's license, and keys. An unsuccessful area search was conducted for the suspect, who fled the station on foot. The suspect's description was provided to Oakland police, who located him approx. 6 hrs. later. BART police took custody of the suspect and booked him at Glenn Dyer Jail for robbery and violation of a restraining order.
A patron had her cell phone snatched out of her hand by a suspect described as a black male in his 20's, thin build, wearing a dark shirt, dark pants, and carrying a Walkman. The offense occurred on the platform with the suspect fleeing the station at the 11th St. exit to Broadway.
Officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a man on a train who was holding a woman by her throat and choking her. The officers located two adults who were in a physical altercation while in the presence of their children. The investigation determined that the male was the primary aggressor and he was arrested and booked for domestic violence, child endangerment and public intoxication. An Emergency Protective Order was obtained to protect the victim from the suspect.
A 36-year-old woman yelled at and punched a 27-year-old man aboard a Bay Point-bound train. The suspect, who had her 2-year-old child with her, then brandished a knife and repeatedly threatened to slit the victim's throat. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for battery, brandishing a knife, terrorist threats, and child endangerment.
An adult male suspect, who was detained for fare evasion, was booked at Glen Dyer Jail after a records check revealed that he had four outstanding no bail theft and forgery warrants for his arrest.