An officer contacted an adult female for fare evasion and determined that she had a no bail warrant for DUI and a BART infraction warrant. The female was cited for the fare evasion and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrants.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion. A record check revealed a $20,000 warrant for DUI for his arrest. The male was cited for the fare evasion charge and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
Officers responded to the station on a report of two suspects who tried to rob a female of her iPhone while on the platform. The suspects tried to grab the cell phone from the victim’s hand, and kicked her while trying to take it. After being unsuccessful, the suspect exited from the station via the emergency door on the platform. No one was injured and a search for the suspects proved negative.
A female victim reported that while aboard a Pittsburg/Bay Point bound train at the station a Black male suspect suddenly grabbed her iPhone from her hands and off-boarded the train as the train’s doors closed. The victim then reported the theft to an officer at the Powell Street Station. The victim did not sustain any injuries during the theft, and she further described the suspect as appearing 18-20 years of age; wearing a black hooded jacket, black pants and white tennis shoes. The investigating officer requested train and station video.
A male suspect approached the station agent and told the agent that he had crystal meth on his person and was in the station to conduct a drug deal. The suspect left the station and then returned a short time later. Officers contacted the suspect on the platform. The suspect had multiple probations, including one from BART PD for lewd acts, with a full search clause. Officers located suspected methamphetamine on the man's person. The suspect was arrested and booked at San Francisco County Jail for possession of narcotics.
A victim reported a man snatched a $1,500.00 silver Apple MacBook Works laptop computer from her lap while on a Pittsburg bound train at the station. The suspect then fled from the train and up the stairs, possibly out of the station. There were no injuries. Video hotline notified.
a victim reported the theft of his grey Specialized hybrid bicycle (unknown serial numbers) from the 24th Street Station. The victim parked his bike inside the station on 9/12 at 1745 hours and locked his bike to the rack using a chain and lock. He returned at 23oo hours and discovered his loss. The victim estimated his loss at $500.00. No evidence was left at the scene and station video was requested.
A victim reported the theft of his teal Bianchi Milano 7 speed beach cruiser (no serial number) from the 24th Street Station. The victim parked his bike on 9/12/13 at 2100 hours inside the station. He secured the bike to the racks inside the station using a U-lock and cable lock. When he returned on 12/13 at 0001 hours, he discovered his bike was missing. The victim estimated his loss at $500.00. Station video was requested.
A patron was a passenger on a Pittsburg bound train. When the train stopped at the 24th Street Station, a male suspect took the patron’s cell phone from her hand. The suspect then pushed the patron down and fled with the cell phone on foot. The suspect was black, 25 to 30 years of age, 5’-9” tall, medium complexion, wearing a white hoodie with a black pattern, and dark jeans. The loss was an iPhone white in color. No tracking was available.
A female patron reported that a male suspect snatched her iPhone from her hand while she was on the Dublin bound train. The suspect fled from the train at 24th Street Station. The victim off-boarded and was contacted by officers at Civic Center Station. The suspect was described as a black male with a light complexion, 20-25 years old, 6' tall with a medium build, wearing all black clothing. The victim's phone was not equipped with tracking. Officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area of 24th Street Station. The victim was not injured.
A victim reported that while he was on the east plaza down escalator on 8/30/13 at approximately 0300 hours, a man approached him from behind and choked him to the point of passing out. When the victim came to, he found that his black leather wallet containing $20.00 in cash and credit cards missing. There were no injuries. Video hotline notified.
A male suspect attempted to snatch an iPad from a female victim on board a Fremont train approaching 24th Street Station. The female struggled for control of the item and was successful in keeping her property away from the suspect. The suspect then brandished a black semi-automatic pistol and demanded the property, but the victim refused to comply. The suspect fled on foot when the train arrived at 24th Street Station and responding BART and SFPD officers were unable to locate him in the station or on surrounding city streets. The suspect was described as a black male adult, about 5'8" tall, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with the hood up, a baseball cap and camouflage pants. TSOC was notified of the incident. Officers have requested train and station video of the incident.
The victim reported that her Galaxy 3 cell phone was taken from her by an adult male and female suspect. According to the victim, the female suspect (S-1) is her boss. S-1 apparently took the victim's phone because money was owed to her by the victim. S-2, was also known to the victim, but only stood by as S-1 took the victim's phone. Officers called the victim's cell phone and an SFPD officer answered. The SFPD officer advised that they had contacted S-2 in an unrelated incident where they located the victim's phone. The victim's phone was returned to her and she declined to press charges against the suspects.
A victim reported a man knocked her down and took her $300 white iPhone 5 while they were inside the station. The suspect fled upstairs toward the east plaza area. The victim received a head injury from being knocked to the ground, and was treated and released at the scene by medical personnel. Video hotline notified.
A patron reported that a male suspect (BM, 6', 19-20 years, wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans and old Air Jordan shoes) tried to grab his iPhone from his hand as the train was at the 24th Street Station. The suspect was not able to get the phone, and fled into the station. The victim off-boarded to make the report. An area check for the suspect met with negative results. Train/station video will be requested.
Officers responded to the station for a report of an Iphone theft that just occurred. The female victim reported that she was sitting on a train playing a game on her Iphone when a suspect snatched her Iphone from her hands and fled out of the 24th St. Station as the doors were about to close. Officers tried to track the phone but it appeared that the phone had been turned off. (Suspect description: Black male, 20-30 years old, wearing all black and a black beanie). During the course of the investigation, there was a witness who recovered identification that was possibly dropped by the suspect during the commission of the crime. Neither this witness nor the victim was able to identify the suspect. At the time of this posting, the investigating sergeant and officer were waiting for station video to review.
A patron reported the theft of her black Euro women's road bike ($1000 value). The bike was secured to the bike racks with a cable lock and a Kryptonite lock on 7/17 at 0745 hours. When the victim returned at 1300 hours, the bike and locks were gone. Station video will be requested.
A woman reported that a man snatched her iPhone out of her hand on the platform. The suspect escaped on foot through the station with her property. (suspect description: B-M, 20, 5-6, 130, long dreads , black baseball cap with red visor, black hooded sweatshirt with an unknown logo on it).
A sergeant, with the assistance of San Francisco police, arrested a man near the station, on a Calif. Dept. of Corrections parole-violation warrant. The suspect matched the description of someone who had been in a loud dispute with another man in the station. According to the station agent, someone had claimed that the suspect had a knife. The victim left before police arrived. No weapon was found. The suspect was booked into the San Francisco Jail.
A station agent reported that she last left her BART portable radio (GE – 300 Model) at the South Hayward Station on 5/31/13 and asked the on duty station agent there to secure it in the booth cabinet. The reporting station agent called a couple of weeks later and was told that the radio was no longer there. The station agent reported the loss to her supervisor. The radio serial number was entered into SPS. The OCC manager was notified.
A patron reported that her HTC phone was stolen by a suspect who bumped into her on the train and then removed the phone from the side pocket of her bag. The suspect off-boarded at 24th Street, but the victim continued on to San Bruno Station before reporting the theft. The suspect was described as an Asian or Hispanic male, about 33 years old, wearing a black baseball cap, sunglasses and a black jacket. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect at 24th Street Station.
A person reported that his laptop and Samsung S3 cell phone were missing after having fallen asleep on a Pittsburg/Baypoint bound train near the station between 1500-1520 hours. No suspects were seen.
Two victims simultaneously had their cell phones taken from them while on a train at the station. While on duty, a CSO witnessed the victims chasing the suspects out of the station and flagged down a San Francisco Police unit for assistance. San Francisco Police detained two suspects matching the descriptions with the victims’ cell phones in their possession, and they were positively identified by the victims. No force was used and there were no injuries. The case was turned over to BART officers upon their arrival, and a sergeant and detective were notified and responded to the scene. One of the suspects began to hyperventilate, and had to be transported to San Francisco General Hospital where at written statement was taken from him. The suspect, who confessed to the crime but denied knowing the other suspect, was cited and released to his parents for theft. A warrant check on the other suspect revealed a no-bail arrest warrant out of Solano County for a domestic offense. That suspect refused to give a statement, was cited for theft, and was transported to Juvenile Hall on the warrant. Video hotline notified.