An officer conducting a routine train sweep noticed four juveniles creating a disturbance while aboard the train. The four were off-boarded and found to be riding without tickets. A records check revealed that one of the four had a no bail warrant for attempted homicide out of Contra Costa County. An investigator from the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department responded to take custody of the juvenile.
A female victim was standing on the platform when two male suspects approached her. One of the suspects attempted to knock her over by running into her with his shoulder as he reached into her pocket and removed her cell phone. Both suspects then fled out of the station and were not located by responding officers.
A Richmond-bound train and a Pittsburg-bound train collided as both merged onto the same area of trackway leading into the 12th St. Station causing a partial derailment of both trains. An estimated 300 people were evacuated from the incident trains and approximately one dozen people reported injuries. None appeared to be serious.
In a possible aborted suicide attempt, an adult male was found beneath the lip of the platform at 12th St. Station. Witnesses said they saw the subject jump onto the trackway as a Pittsburg-bound train was pulling into the station. The subject was located, uninjured, approximately three cars back from the lead car. The subject was transported to a local hospital for evaluation.
An adult male passenger was confronted on the stairway leading into the station by three unknown male suspects. One suspect threatened that he had a gun and they attempted to steal the victims wallet. The victim escaped into the station, and the suspects fled and were not located.
A female passenger on a train was approached by an adult male who told her that he was armed with a gun, then demanded her belongings. The victim did not surrender any property and the suspect off-boarded at 12th St. Station. No weapon was actually seen.
A 10 to 12-year-old male attempted to take an iPod from a female while aboard a train at the 12th St. station. The suspect was unable to gain possession of the iPod and fled. The attempted theft was not reported until the victim reached the Embarcadero station.
While sitting in a train, a victim had his iPhone taken from his hand by an adult male suspect as the train doors opened at the station. The suspect fled in an unknown direction, and was gone from the scene upon arrival by the officers. 0
Officers responded to a report of a gang fight involving at least twelve subjects in the station. A number of subjects were detained on the platform and later released. Officers then responded to the intersection of 14th St. and Broadway were a disturbance possibly related to the earlier incident flared up. The intersection was cleared by BPD and Oakland PD units. One individual was arrested and booked for resisting arrest.
Officers conducting extra patrols in the area of the 12th Street Station in Oakland found an adult male who was intoxicated and disturbing the peace. The suspect was arrested and booked.
A patron's iPhone snatched from her possession while on the platform. The suspect, a male in his 20's, accompanied by another male described as being taller and stockier than the former, fled the station and was last seen boarding an AC Transit bus, #72. Several #72 buses were searched with negative results.
An adult male suspect grabbed an iPod from an adult female riding on a train and then fled on foot with the loss when the train arrived at the 12th Street Station in Oakland. Officers searched the area and located two suspects on the city streets near the station. The victim positively identified the suspect and the iPod was recovered from the suspect's pocket. A juvenile, who was with the suspect who stole the iPod, was found to be in possession of an illegal weapon. The adult suspect was arrested and booked, the juvenile was cited and released to a guardian.
Officers responded to the station regarding an adult male battering an adult female. The male was determined to be the female's ex-boyfriend, and the father of her two toddler children, who were present. The male had choked and pushed the victim and was booked.
Trains were held and searched at 12th St., MacArthur, and Powell St. stations for an adult female, 18-19 yrs. of age, who reportedly robbed a bank in downtown Oakland. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect who took an unknown amount of cash in a brown paper bag.
An adult male was arrested and booked after he swung on an officer who attempted to contact him for littering the station. The suspect, who fled on foot after he swung at the officer, was apprehended after a foot chase during which he had to be physically subdued. The suspect was booked on the assault charge and for resisting arrest.
A male subject was reported to be harassing patrons and threatening them with a spray bottle of cleaning fluid. One patron who tried to make him stop was sprayed in the face with the unknown fluid. The suspect was gone upon arrival of the officers, and the victim refused medical.
An adult male was contacted by the station agent because he was short fare on his ticket to exit. The subject then tried to panhandle for money both in paid and eventually free areas when he fare evaded to exit. The subject became angry with the station agent and caused a disturbance by banging on the agent's booth window and then threatening to shoot/kill the station agent. The suspect was apprehended just outside of the station on the street and taken into custody without incident. No weapons were recovered. He was booked for making criminal threats and for several minor outstanding warrants.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that the suspect was wanted on a $195,000 warrant charging multiple felonies. The suspect was arrested and booked.
An adult male contacted for fare evasion fled the contacting officers and led them on a foot chase to a nearby bar where he attempted to hide. The suspect was taken into custody and suspected narcotics were later recovered with the help of a witness who turned the contraband over to the Oakland Police. The suspect was booked accordingly.
Officers responded to the 12th Street Station to investigate a report of two adult males fighting. One of the involved men was found near the station suffering from the effects of O.C. spray. Officers located the other involved man in the City Center complex and found that he was unlawfully in possession of O.C. spray. The man who had been sprayed with O.C. declined to press charges against the suspect. The suspect was arrested and booked for illegal possession of O.C. spray and violation of probation.
A male subject was creating a disturbance on the train from San Francisco, threatening and harassing other riders. When contacted by officers, he was found to be in possession of a baton, bindles of drugs packaged for sale, and drug sale paraphernalia. He also had a parole hold for firearm possession. Subject was arrested and booked.