A patron reported that she was standing on the platform, next to a male when she believes he unzipped the pocket on her backpack and removed her iPhone. The victim said that she would not be able to identify him if she saw him again, but described him as a Black, 20’s, with long, straight hair and a ski cap. The investigating officer tried to track the phone, but it showed “offline.” Station video will be requested.
Train service was interrupted for 17 minutes because a man had entered the trackway at the north end of the station. BART police officers responded to search for the suspect. San Francisco police located the suspect and transported him from the scene for a psychiatric evaluation. TSOC was notified.
Officers witnessed a male suspect fare evade through the emergency gate to exit. The male was detained and a records/warrant check showed a 7,500 warrant (no cite) for a narcotics violation issued by San Mateo PD. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant and cited for the fare evasion. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the male. Subject was booked into San Francisco city jail.
A sergeant and officers responded to a report of a woman beneath Pittsburg/Bay Point train #381 at the station. San Francisco Fire Dept. (SFFD) Rescue #2 arrived at 2158 hrs. The first BART police officer arrived on scene at 2205 hrs. The sergeant and the other officers arrived at 2209 hrs. The 52-year-old female was removed from the track way by SFFD at 2209 hrs. It was determined that she had been lying between the running rails and the train had passed over her. She did not appear to be physically injured. The woman told the sergeant and an officer that she had jumped in front of the train. The train operator was interviewed and said that the woman had jumped in front of her train. Police personnel placed the woman under a 72-hour hold for a psychiatric evaluation. The woman was transported to San Francisco General Hospital to be examined for any possible physical injury, and for the psychiatric evaluation. At 2234 hrs., train service was restored and the station was re-opened. The TSOC was notified. 1304- 3326 L23
04/13/13 2028 hrs. A woman reported that someone reached into her left, front jacket pocket and stole her iPhone. The theft occurred on the platform. The victim did not see anyone take her iPhone, but felt a slight tug on her jacket before realizing that her property was missing. The victim suspects that a man standing near her took her phone. The suspect left before the investigating officer arrived. (suspect description: H-M, 20’s, 5-3, medium build, light complexion, waist-length black hair, black shirt, black track jacket with printing on the back, baggy blue jeans)
A person was reported as being under a Richmond bound train at the 12th St. Station. Officers, evidence technicians, detectives, paramedics, and operations personnel responded to the scene. Power was dropped on the northbound track, platform 3, but trains were able to run on platforms 1 and 2. ISRC video confirmed the victim jumped in front of the train, of his own volition, as the train pulled into the station. Medical personnel on scene confirmed the victim was deceased and the Coroner was notified. Platform 3 of the station resumed normal service at 1210 hours. TSOC notified.
A patron reported the theft of his single speed Schwinn bicycle. The bike was secured to the bike racks with a cable lock at 0830 hours and when the victim returned at 1127 hours, the bike was gone. Station video will be requested.
Officers detained an adult male for fare evasion. Record checks revealed that the man had an outstanding $30,000 arrest warrant for forgery held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Department. The man was arrested on his warrant and booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
A victim reported a man grabbed an iPhone 5 from him while they were on a Daly City bound train approaching the station. The suspect fled from the train in an unknown direction. There were no injuries and the victim could not positively identify the suspect.
A patron reported via phone that their Trek 7000 mountain bike had been stolen between 0730-2230 hours. The victim secured the bike to the racks using both a U-lock and a cable lock. When the victim returned, both the bike and the two locks were missing.
A victim reported an Apple iPhone 5 was taken from her while on a train at the station. The suspect ran off train and out of the station. No on was injured, and a search for the suspect by officers proved negative. Video hotline notified.
A victim reported his Apple iPhone was taken from him while they were on a train at the station. The suspect then ran off the train and fled in an unknown direction. The victim off-boarded at the Montgomery Street Station to report the crime. There were no injuries, and a search for the suspect proved negative. Video hotline requested.
Officers were called to the station for a male suspect possibly selling BART tickets. Upon contacting the suspect, officers did not locate any tickets, but discovered that the suspect had a no bail warrant for possession of narcotics. The male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
A victim reported that a man grabbed a laptop computer from her while they were on a Pittsburg/Baypoint bound train approaching the station. The subject then off boarded and fled in an unknown direction. The victim off boarded at the Powell Street Station to make the report. There were no injuries, and a search of the area for the suspect proved negative. Video hotline notified.
A canine officer was sweeping a train when he noticed a male asleep with his pants down. The officer conducted a welfare check and discovered that the male had a CDC warrant for theft. The male also did not have a BART ticket. After being debriefed by the sergeant regarding BART related crimes, the suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
A victim reported via phone that a male suspect snatched her iPhone from her hand while on the train and then fled from the station. The suspect was described as a black male in his 20's, wearing a blue vest. The victim refused to off-board until she reached El Cerrito Plaza Station. Officers checked 24th Street Station, but found no one matching the suspect's description in the area. When the victim reached El Cerrito Plaza, she made a report, but could provide no further suspect information.
A victim reported a man had taken his wallet from his rear pants pocket as they were on the escalator going from the platform to the concourse level. The victim took the property back from the suspect, who fled the station before the police arrived. There were no injuries. Video hotline notified.
The victim reported the theft of his red Marin Larkspur 19 Speed bicycle which was parked at the station from 1710 hours on 12-15-21 and 1215 hours, today. The victim said the bike was valued at $350. He could not provide the serial number.
An adult female reported the theft of her black Schwinn 21 speed, mens’ bicycle to a BART Officer. The bike was locked with a cable to the racks at 24th St. Station about 0840 hours. About 1845 hours, the victim returned and the bike was missing along with the cable and lock. A request for video evidence was made. 1212-0453 L21.
An officer observed a male suspect jump over the fare gates to fare evade out of the 24th Street Station. The male was detained and a records/warrant check showed the male had a $10,000 warrant issued by San Bruno PD for theft. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant and cited for the fare evasion. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the male. The male was booked into the San Francisco City Jail.
A patron reported that a male suspect had snatched her iphone out of her hands while on board a train as it pulled into the station. The suspect escaped through the station in an unknown direction. The suspect was described as a BM, mid 20’s,wearing a black sweater. An area search was conducted by officers, with negative results.
A victim boarded a Richmond bound train at Balboa Park at 1250 hours. When the train arrived at 24th Street Station, a Black male grabbed her I-phone from her hands, and fled out of the train car before the doors closed. The victim said the suspect was a Black male less than 20 years, 6'00, thin build, short hair, and wearing a green windbreaker and dark jeans. The victim did not know the number of the train car she was aboard. The victim reported her loss as a black I-Phone 4, no serial numbers are available and the phone did not have tracking software installed. Value was estimated at $200.00. Officers are investigating this case and video from the station has been requested.