A victim reported a light blue Apple iPhone was grabbed from her hand while she was seated on a San Francisco bound train nearby the doors. The suspect took her phone and then fled in an unknown direction. The victim reported the crime when she arrived at the Powell Street Station.
A warrant check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed that he was on probation with a search clause. A search of the suspect’s person resulted in the recovery of tar heroin residue in tin foil, a lighter, and a crack pipe. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for possession of paraphernalia. While in custody, the suspect tried without success to flee from the officers, which resulted in a brief physical struggle with no injuries. The suspect was booked with an additional charge of resisting arrest. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation.
An officer was at the 19th Street Station on a fare evasion contact when he was contacted by a victim of a robbery in Oakland's jurisdiction. The victim reported the suspect had fled into the station. The officer searched the station and the suspect was located inside the station. The suspect was taken into custody after a foot pursuit. The suspect dropped the victim's laptop during the foot pursuit and was recovered. The victim positively identified the suspect and OPD took custody of the suspect. A sergeant responded to the station.
An officer watched as a male suspect used an elevator to fare evade into the 19th Street Station. The officer contacted the suspect on platform #2. A records/warrant check showed the male was on parole. During a parole search, the officer discovered the male was in possession of narcotics. The male was cited on the fare evasion and booked on the narcotics violation. An OIC approved the arrest and debriefed the male. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A female victim reported that someone took her $6,000 Rolex watch from her front jacket pocket while aboard the train. She said she had been holding the watch in her hands before boarding the Richmond bound train at 19th Street Station at 2353 hours. She put the watch into her front jacket pocket as she boarded. When she got to the El Cerrito Del Norte Station and off-boarded, she noticed that the watch was gone. She did not feel anyone bump into her and was unable to provide any suspect description. Train video will be requested.
A patron reported that her wallet, containing $20 and identification, was stolen while she was on a Pittsburg bound train. The victim did not report the crime until she arrived at Berkeley Station. The victim had her open purse on the seat next to her. A male suspect took the wallet out of the purse and got off the train at 19th Street. The victim followed the suspect off the train, but did not pursue him. THe suspect was described as a white male in his 30's, with blond hair, wearing a dark gray baseball cap, a light gray hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, and carrying a backpack. The suspect fled in an unknown direction.
Officers were notified by Train Central of a large graffiti "tag" at the 19th Street Station. The graffiti consisted of large block lettering inside the track way #2 portal. The exact time frame of occurrence and estimated damage value is unknown at this time. Officers will board a train to view the damage and take photos of the graffiti. Officers will check the perimeter fence to see if vandals cut through the security fencing to enter.
An officer was on patrol and saw a male fare evade, via elevator, to enter the 19th Street Station. The officer detained the male and a records/warrant check showed the male had two warrants for his arrest: "no bail" warrant for domestic violence and a $19,000 warrant for battery. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked on the warrants into the Glenn Dyer Jail.
Officers contacted a subject for fare evasion at the station. A wants check revealed that the subject had an outstanding $15k misdemeanor warrant charging driving under the influence issued by the SFPD. The subject was transported and booked into the North County Jail for his aforementioned warrant. A sergeant responded to debrief the suspect and approve the arrest.
Officers were at the 19th Street Station, watching for fare evaders when they saw a male subject enter an elevator to fare evade into the paid area of the station. Officers detained the male and a records/warrant check revealed two warrants totaling $160,000 for domestic violence out of Oakland Police Department. The male was cited for the fare evasion and placed under arrest on the warrants. A sergeant responded and approved the arrest. The male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail.
An officer contacted a person for fare evasion at the MacArthur station. The suspect refused to the officer’s demands to stop, and both the officer and suspect boarded a Fremont bound train. When the train arrived at the 19th Street Station, the suspect physically resisted three officers' attempts to detain him. The suspect pushed, kicked, and punched the officers before they were successful in taking him into custody. The suspect was placed under arrest for battery on officers and resisting arrest. There were no injuries. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation. The suspect later claimed that he wanted to harm himself, and was transported to Highland Hospital after being determined to be in a state of psychosis by medical personnel. After being cleared from the hospital and the John George Psychiatric Facility, the suspect will be booked at Santa Rita Jail. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
CAP Team officers detained a suspect for fare evasion. The suspect initially provided a false name, but was eventually identified. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $30,000 arrest warrant for battery, assault with a deadly weapon, burglary and theft, held by San Francisco PD. The man was cited for fare evasion and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for his outstanding warrant.
An officer detained a person for fare evasion who became belligerent while they were on the platform. A Taser was deployed when the suspect continued to challenge and threaten the officer. The Taser was partially effective, and other officers assisted in taking the suspect into custody. Medical personnel arrived at the scene, and a lieutenant arrived at the scene to conduct the use of force investigation. The suspect was determined to be a danger to others and was transported to Highland Hospital. After being medically cleared and evaluated at John George Psychiatric facility, the suspect will be cited for fare evasion and arrested for resisting arrest, threatening an officer, and battery on medical personnel. No one was injured, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Two Critical Asset Patrol Officers contacted an adult male suspect after they watched him fare evade and then light a cigarette in the station. A records check revealed a "no cite" $2,500 BART warrant for interfering with a transit system. A search incident to arrest for the warrant revealed a fixed 4 1/2" blade (knife) concealed in between his layers of clothing. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and smoking in a transit system and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for possession of a dirk/dagger and the warrant. TSOC was notified.
A patron reported the theft of his green Pro Flex bike from the bike racks. The bike was secured to the rack with a cable lock at 0830 hours. When the victim returned at 1142 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
An officer saw a male suspect fare evade into the 19th Street Station. The officer detained the male and a warrant/records check showed the male had a $70,000 warrant for his arrest issued by Richmond PD for Burglary and possession of burglary tools. The male was cited for the fare evasion and was booked on the warrant at Glenn dyer Jail. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the male.
A victim reported two men took a pink iPhone 4 from her hand and fled from the station toward 20th and Telegraph. There were no injuries and the victim was unable to track the phone. Officers searched the area for the suspects with negative results.
An officer responded to the station on the report by the station agent of an intoxicated adult suspect refusing to leave the station. On arrival, the officer made contact with the suspect and asked, several times, that she leave the station; final revenue trains had already passed through the station. The subject did not readily comply with the officer’s request and, upon reaching the primary concourse area of the station, the subject told the officer she wished to go to jail. The officer, now having observed the subject display the objective symptoms of public intoxication, prepared to handcuff the subject. As he did so, however, the suspect physically resisted the officer’s attempts to handcuff her. In response, the officer managed to physically push the suspect to the floor and into the prone position, but the suspect continued to resist by tucking her arms underneath her body. The officer attempted to control the suspect’s arms, but the suspect turned to face the officer and continued to resist. At this point, the officer deployed his Taser, ordered the suspect to comply, but was met with further resistance. The officer activated the Taser and its probes struck the suspect in the abdomen. The suspect was then taken into custody without further use of force. Sergeants responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. During the confrontation, the officer sustained a broken elbow. The suspect, who was not injured during the confrontation, was transported to the hospital where she was medically cleared before being booked at Santa Rita jail, Dublin, for public intoxication and resisting a peace officer resulting in serious injury to the peace officer. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. A sergeant performed the use of force investigation, and station video was requested.
A patron reported that their blue Public M8 bike was stolen from the racks in the center of the station, between 0520-1620 hours. The victim secured the bike to the racks with a U-lock through the front wheel. When they returned, the front wheel was still attached to the rack, but the rest of the bike was gone.
A victim reported a man grabbed a $200.00 black iPhone 4S from his hand while they were on a train, and fled from the station toward 20th Street. There were no injuries and the victim was not able to positively identify the suspect. Video hotline notified.
A system service worker reported that on 9/11 at 2240 hours, he was off-duty, standing on the platform, when a suspect (WM, 30's, 5'7", 140lbs, clean cut) tried to take his backpack from his shoulders. The victim was able to hang onto the backpack and the suspect ran up to the concourse level. The victim did not know which way the suspect fled and did not report the crime until 9/12. The victim reported that he is suffering from pain to his back, neck and shoulders as a result of the crime. Station video will be requested.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion. The male tried to walk away from the officer. When the officer tried to detail the male, he punched the officer. The officer was able to wrestle the suspect to the ground and was eventually able to take the suspect into custody with the assistance of arriving OPD officers. The suspect was transported to the hospital for a complaint of pain and will be booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for fare evasion, battery on an officer, resisting arrest and for threatening the officer. The officer did not require medical attention. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
While on patrol, an officer attempted to detain a man he witnessed fare evade to enter the station. The man attempted to avoid capture by running away from the officer and onto a train on the platform. After a brief foot pursuit, the man was detained while on the platform. The man was cited for fare evasion and taken into custody for resisting arrest. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.