A patron reported her cell phone was grabbed from her hand by a man while they were on a Richmond bound train at the Glen Park Station. The suspect off boarded the train at the Glen Park Station and fled out of the station. The victim reported the crime when she arrived at the 24th Street Station.
Officers conducted a probation search at the residence of the person arrested for burglary and bicycle theft earlier today. They located seven bicycle frames inside the residence, which were seized as evidence. The inviestigation continues.
Suspect was seen by the Station Agent using tools to defeat the lock to a bicycle. Suspect was seen taking a bicycle and boarding a Daly City bound train. He was seen off-boarding the train, via camera in dispatch, at the Balboa Park Station. Suspect fare evaded to exit with a bicycle. He was detained by officers. He had an outstanding fare evasion warrant and is on probation. The suspect was positively identified by the Station Agent as the bicycle thief and arrested for the warrant.
An officer recognized a subject pictured in a BOLO flyer prepared by BART PD detectives. The subject had been arrested for metal theft by this department and detectives learned the man had two outstanding warrants. The officer recognized the man and detained him as he passed through the station. Record checks revealed two no-bail arrest warrants, held by San Francisco PD, for grand theft and burglary. The man was arrested and booked at San Francisco County Jail.
The station agent reported that her employee locker, and that of another employee, had been broken into. The lockers are located within a locked employee bathroom in the station. There was no damage to the bathroom door. The locking mechanisms to the locker doors had been cut. Individual combination locks were still attached to tabs connected to the locker-door locking mechanisms. BART property and personal property were missing from the station agent's locker. The loss from the other locker has not yet been determined. The investigating officer took photographs and processed the scene for evidence. The burglary occurred sometime during the last three weeks.
A female suspect stabbed a male victim in the side on the platform. Both suspect and victim came to the agent’s booth to report the crime then fled. They were both located on Mission Blvd between 24th and 25 streets. The victim was transported to San Francisco General Hospital. The station was closed down at 0443 hours as a crime scene. The station was re-opened at 0524. Detectives and an I.D. Tech responded to the scene. The investigation is on-going.
A male suspectapparently jumped down onto the southbound track way and was waiting for an on-coming train to enter the station. A train did, but was able to stop before reaching the suspect who was mid-platform. Power to the electric third rail was cut-off by BART Central. Radio communication was down in the area, making it difficult to communicate with BART personnel on-scene. The suspect could be seen on closed-circuit video, pacing back and forth on the track way and directly in front of the train. SFPD was contacted and they also received numerous 911 calls regarding the situation, and sent a group of officers to the scene. Several SFPD officers jump down onto the track way and physically moved the subject to the platform. It was determined the suspect may have mental issues and was a danger to himself, and he was subsequently detained for psychiatric evaluation. BART PD records show two prior contacts for the same type of action by the suspect earlier this year (Case #1202-0881 and #1202-1348), with the subject being detained for psychiatric evaluation in both cases. Trains were delayed for 22 minutes.
A patron called to report the theft of his backpack. The victim was sitting on a bench, waiting for his train on the platform when he placed his bag on the bench behind him. When he looked back for his bag, it was gone. He was unable to provide any suspect information. The bag contained was his wallet, identification and his laptop. Responding officers will request video retrieval to see if the crime was captured on video.
The station agent reported a male suspect was yelling and cursing at patrons near the ticket vendors. Officers responded to the station. The officers contacted the suspect and determined he was intoxicated in public. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication.
The station agent called to report a witness of a battery and the male suspect were at the booth, but there was no victim. The victim was apparently still on a N/B train. Officers responded to the station. The suspect left after a couple of minutes because the witness was apparently badgering the suspect. A victim showed up at the booth a couple minutes after the suspect left. The victim had a bloody lip and was missing a tooth. The male victim is a BART employee and mechanic for the Escalator/Elevator Department. He was on-duty and was not wearing a BART uniform. The victim stated he was off-boarding a train at the 24th Street station, when he bumped into the suspect. The suspect then hit the victim in the face one time, according to the victim. Officers conducted an area search, but did locate the suspect. Suspect description: HM, 25 yrs, 5-06, short hair, thin-build, tan jacket. The victim was transported to UCSF Medical Center by responding medical personnel. OCC was notified immediately of the incident.
Officers contacted a male suspect for fare evasion. Upon a records check, the male suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant ($10K) for narcotics possession out of ACSO. The suspect was arrested and booked on the warrant, and cited for fare evasion.
1202-0881, 2145 hours A male was reported to be on the #2 track way. Cameras in Dispatch showed him sitting on the train rail and grabbing the third rail. A patron went onto the track way and assisted the male to the platform. Officers responded. After interviewing witnesses the male was detained for a psychiatric evaluation. Trains were delayed for approximately 20 minutes.
A woman reported that her i-phone was snatched out of her hand aboard a Pittsburg/Bay Point train when it arrived at the station. The male suspect escaped with the phone through the station. (suspect description: B-M or H-M, 20-30 years old, plaid shirt)
A sergeant and officers responded to a report of a man battering a woman aboard a San Francisco-bound train. San Francisco police arrived first. While the incident train was being held, north-bound train traffic was also interrupted. When BART police arrived, they confirmed that neither the suspect, or San Francisco police, were on the trackway, or in the bores. There was a 20-minute delay in service. It was determined that a woman had hit a male acquaintance, with whom she has a dispute. The man did not strike back. The victim did not wish to press charges. 112-3874 L23
Patrons reported a fight on the platform. A Sergeant and four Officers responded to the call. The victim advised he was struck from behind by the two females for no apparent reason. They then began to punch and scratch him. The victim refused medical and did not wish to pursue charges. The suspects were last seen leaving the station and were described as 2 black female adults, 5’4”-5’6” tall, 22-24 years old. One was wearing yellow shorts and a sports bra. The other was wearing a black puffy jacket over a hoodie and carrying a red shopping bag. An area check was conducted with negative results. 1112-1612 L22.
A male suspect blocked a female patron by using his wheelchair. He demanded $5. When she said she could only give him $1, he pulled at her purse in an attempt to take it away from her. She was afraid, but able to retain the purse after a struggle. Officers arrived, interviewed the victim and arrested the suspect. The suspect was booked at SF County Jail for attempted robbery and on an outstanding Parolee at Large, No Bail warrant.
BART PD officers and SF Fire Department personnel responded to a report of a person under a train at the 24th Street BART Station. According to a witness, the person stepped down onto the track way and lay across the track as the SFO bound train entered the station. The train stopped as soon as possible and ran over the person. SFFD attempted to render aid and determined the person was deceased; and the Coroner was subsequently called to the scene. The deceased appears to be an Asian male, but has not been identified at this time. A BART PD Detective responded to assist Patrol personnel in gathering evidence and determining the facts in this incident.
A victim reported an unknown male suspect ask to see his iPad while on a southbound train just arriving at the 24th Street station. The suspect then grabbed the iPad and ran off the train as the doors opened. The victim began to chase the suspect, but was physically stopped by a second suspect, who pinned him against the train doors for a moment. The second suspect then ran from the train and both suspects exited the station at the east entrance. The victim followed the suspects as far as the station agent’s booth, before reporting the crime to the station agent. Both suspects are described as BM’s, 20’s, black hoodies and blue jeans. Officers responded but were unable to locate any suspects.
An adult male and his 8 month old daughter (who was in a stroller) were entering the elevator from the street level when an adult male suspect approached them and made threatening statements while displaying a 6 inch x 6 inch cement cobblestone. The victim, fearing for his and his daughter's safety, was able to make it to the station agent's booth and report the incident. Responding officers located the suspect on the street level and made contact. A records check revealed that the suspect is on probation for brandishing weapons. The male was booked at the San Francisco County Jail for the brandishing charge as well as a probation violation.
Officers responded to assist SFPD in searching for a shooting suspect. SFPD reported that they had a shooting on the street level in the area of the station and that the suspect may have fled toward the station. A north bound train was held at 16th Street and searched by responding BART officers and trains were held out of the 24th Street Station while SFPD searched for the suspect there. The suspect was not located. The incident caused a 15 minute train delay.
A BART employee witnessed a male adult masturbate with his exposed penis while on the platform. Upon the officers' arrival, the male was positively identified by the BART employee. The male was arrested for indecent exposure and booked at the San Francisco Jail. 1108-3682 L12.
Officers responded to the 24th Street and Glen Park Stations for a report of a man walking on the right-of-way with a bamboo stick. Trains operated at road manual for 12 minutes, and were then held for 8 minutes until the subject was escorted off the right-of way by officers at the Glen Park Station. The subject did not sustain any injuries, and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. 1108-2861 L12.
A father called to report that his daughter was missing. He explained that the mother dropped off the daughter at the station at 1920 hours and she was supposed to travel to the Pittsburg BART Station to meet her father. The father said he waited two hours at the BART station but his daughter never arrived. The missing daughter is described as a Hispanic female, 5’1”, 150, brown shoulder length hair and unknown clothing. She was entered into the Missing Unidentified Person System at 0101 Hours.
An adult female victim was seated nearest the train doors on a southbound train at the station. A suspect grabbed her iPhone 4 from her hand and took off running from the station. The suspect was described as an unknown race male, 5’10”, 170, black hoodie with red shorts. Officers arrived at the station while the victim used the station agents’ laptop computer to assist in tracking the phone using a locating function. The phone was tracked to the area of the Civic Center BART Station. BART Officers canvassed the area and the information was provided to San Francisco Police as well. San Francisco Police Officers could hear an audible ping coming from a cell phone and detained the subject with the cell phone at 7th and Market St. and notified BART Police. The suspect was later determined to have the victim’s cell phone in his possession. The victim was unable to positively identify the suspect but the suspect was interviewed and admitted to knowing that the phone was stolen. During the interview the suspect denied any knowledge of any BART crimes. The video recovery CSO was called out to pull the video for this event. The suspect was arrested for Possessing Stolen Property and was booked at the San Francisco Jail.