A male victim reported that an adult male demanded money from him while threatening him with an ice pick as they were in the stairwell leading into the station. The suspect took $60 dollars, a cell phone, and an iPhone from the victim before fleeing upstairs. The victim did not sustain any injuries. While searching the immediate area with officers, the victim saw the suspect walking near the station. After the victim positiviely identified the suspect, officers arrested him for robbery. 1008-0109 L12.
A man knocked down another male while on the platform, and took the victim's cell phone and $30.00 from his wallet. The suspect boarded a train toward the East Bay, and was never located. The victim did not need medical attention. 1001-2103 L12.
A victim was knocked to the ground by three juvenile suspects who took the victim's Iphone. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects, who fled the area on foot. The victim was not injured.
An adult male was held for psychiatric evaluation after he stated that he wanted to kill himself by overdosing on pills. Responding officers determined that the subject had attempted suicide on three previous occasions. The subject was detained and committed to a local medical facility without incident.
A male victim (unk. age) suffered head injuries when he was assaulted by a group of six other males armed with sticks. The victim was wearing the color red and responding officers speculated possible gang activity. By the time officers arrived at the scene, neither the victim or the suspects.
An adult male was reportedly harassing an adult female passenger when the male suspect pulled up his shirt to expose a handgun in his waistband. The train was held and the train and area were searched with negative results.
Officers responded to the station in response to a report of SFPD chasing a man with a gun into the station and onto the trackway. Service was delayed for approximately 26 minutes during the search for the suspect, who was eventually apprehended on the trackway near Civic Center Station. Officers were unable to recover the alleged weapon.
Officers on patrol saw a woman on the stairs in the free area in possession of crack cocaine. The woman was placed under arrest for possession of narcotics, and booked into the San Francisco jail. 0906-2164 L12.
An adult female suspect threw a cup of water at the station agent and then fled the scene. Several hours later, the suspect was detained on a train and the station agent placed the suspect under arrest for battery on a transportation employee. The suspect was booked for the offense.
An adult male victim reported being cut in the face by another male adult while at the bottom of the stairs to the entrance of the station. The suspect fled in an unknown direction. The victim, who had minor facial injuries, gave officers conflicting stories of the incident and would not be able to identify the suspect if seen again. 0903-0690 L12.
A 50 year old male passenger was hit in the head by a bottle as he was walking on the stairway into the station. An unknown suspect threw the bottle from the concourse level above the victim. The victim was treated at the scene and then transpoted to a local hospital for further treatment. The suspect was not located.
A BART employee working at the 16th Street Station was battered by an adult female who was irate after being told that it was illegal to ride a bicycle in the station. Officers responded but were unable to locate the suspect. The BART employee was taken to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
An adult male was severely beaten after he apparently tried to come to the aid of another subject who was being attacked on the concourse level adjacent to the agent's booth. The attacker, an adult male, repeatedly struck the good samaritan with his fists while the former was pinned against a wall as well as when the victim was on the ground on his back. The assailant was arrested at the scene and the victim was transported to a local hospital. The investigation continues as to the motive of the attack. 0811-3149 hrs. L18
While on patrol at the 16th Street station, officers made a consensual contact on a male subject who appeared to be in possession of narcotics. The subject, who showed officers the crack cocaine that was in his possession, was arrested and booked at the San Francisco jail. 0810-2704. S32.
A female passenger reported that she was inappropriately touched by an adult male, 60-65 years of age, who placed his hand between the seat and her buttocks (both were seated next to each other on a Daly City train approaching 16th St. station). Both the victim and the suspect off-boarded at 16th St. According to the victim, the suspect apologized for his actions, the former asserting that the latter's actions were in no way accidental.
Officers detained a woman who was involved in a fight in the plaza at 16th St. station. The officers determined the woman had a felony warrant for burglary and was taken into custody and booked at the San Francisco Hall of Justice. The other combatant fled and was not found. 0809-0457. L21.
Male victim on street level stairs was checking his cell phone when a male suspect grabbed the phone from his hand. When the victim asked for phone back, the suspect punched victim and demanded money. The suspect then brandished a knife at the victim and a passerby. The victim ran into station and the suspect fled the area. The victim declined medical and the suspect was GOA/UTL when officers arrived. The loss was the cell phone.
Officers placed a male and female subject under arrest after on-viewing them in possession of a small amount of heroin in the plaza area. Incident to arrest, the officers also recovered a hypodermic needle and drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were booked at the San Francisco jail. 0806-2227. S32.
Tactical Team squads detailed to the Carnaval celebration last weekend generated fifty-five cases over the two day period. Twelve citations were issued for a variety of offenses including fare evasion, drinking in public, resisting arrest, and warrant services. Four were arrested and booked in seperate cases for resisting/delaying, possession of a concealed firearm, possession of drugs for sale, and parole violation. L18