A train operator reported a female had walked across the track way in front of his train to get to the other platform. Upon arrival, an officer detained the subject who was positively identified by the train operator. A warrant check revealed the suspect had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of Sonoma County for contempt of court. The train operator refused to place the suspect under citizen’s arrest for trespassing, and the suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant. TSOC notified. Trains were delayed for a few minutes.
Victim reported that a male snatched her iPhone 3 from her hand and ran from the station while they were on a Millbrea bound train at the Balboa Park Station. She chased the suspect who fled up stairs. Victim does not believe she can identify the suspect. A search or the area was negative. The value of the phone was not reported. 1212-1846, L13 Victim reported that a male snatched her iPhone 3 from her hand and ran from the station while they were on a Millbrea bound train at the Balboa Park Station. She chased the suspect who fled up stairs. Victim does not believe she can identify the suspect. A search or the area was negative. The value of the phone was not reported.
While on a Daly City bound train, a victim was wrestled and robbed of his cell phone by three males who then fled from the scene when the train arrived at the station. Officers arrived at the scene and assisted San Francisco Police in tracking the phone. San Francisco Police detained three subjects matching the description given a few blocks from the station. The victim sustained a cut to his finger, but refused medical attention. Two of the suspects were positively identified by the victim as the ones who took his phone, which was recovered. The two suspects were placed under arrest for robbery. A sergeant arrived to approve the arrest, and detectives arrived at the scene to interview the suspects. Video was requested from the incident train.
A victim reported the theft of his computer bag ($100.00) containing a laptop computer ($800.00), I-phone charger ($35.00), earphones ($20.00) and an Ethernet cable ($25.00). The victim said he sat down on a bench inside the station and put his bag down next to him. As the victim was talking on the phone, he walked about ten feet from his bag. He returned to where he had left his bag and discovered that it was missing. He did not see anyone take his bag. Case is being investigated.
A patron reported to a station agent at 24th Street Station, that she saw the suspect with his hand on a patron's purse aboard a Daly City bound train. The suspect, an AM, 30-40 yrs, blu sweatshirt, blu jeans, no socks and sneakers, made eye contact with the reporting party and started to pull out a hammer from his back pack. The train was held at Balboa Park Station. The suspect, who matched the description, was contacted by an officer at the agent's booth. A records check of the suspect revealed a $75,000 warrant out of SFPD charging battery. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant. The suspect was debriefed by the sergeant and booked into SF Jail on the warrant. No victim from the original call could be located.
A patron reported his $400.00 gray and black men’s 21 speed Rockhopper bicycle with red duct tape on the handle bars was stolen while it was parked and cable locked at the station between 0900-2359 hours.
An officer detained a subject for fare evasion. A records/warrant check of the subject revealed a 10,000 warrant for possession of burglary tools issued by SFPD. Daly City PD held a 2,500 warrant for theft. A sergeant debriefed the subject and gained information of BART related crimes. Subject was cited on the fare evasion and booked into jail on the warrants.
A victim reported the theft of a black camera bag from the Balboa Park station. The victim entered the station around 0800 hours and set the bag next to them as they waited for the train. Victim was facing away from the bag and the bag was taken during the 15-20 minute wait for the train. No suspect description available. Officer investigating case.
A suspect snatched an iPhone from the hand of a victim while on a Millbrae bound train at the Balboa Park Station platform. Witnesses gave chase to the suspect and another male who was with the first suspect. One witness was pepper sprayed by a suspect. Both suspects were taken into custody and identified by various witnesses and the victims. The pepper spray victim refused medical attention. A Detective was called out. Suspect #1 confessed to the crime. Additional charges for the second suspect are being sought for the pepper spray. Both suspects were booked into Juvenile Hall.
A suspect rubbed an unknown substance in the eyes of a victim causing irritation and temporary blindness while on an Airport bound train. The suspect along with five others took the victims Ipad and ran off the train. The victim refused medical attention. 1207-1258, L13 A suspect rubbed an unknown substance in the eyes of a victim causing irritation and temporary blindness while on an Airport bound train. The suspect along with five others took the victims Ipad and ran off the train. The victim refused medical attention.
A patron lent his phone, a Bra Apple 3G, to a male subject. The male, BM, 20-30 yrs, 5'09"-5'11" , slim build, short cropped hair, wearing a blk leather coat and dark jeans, kept the victim's phone and ran off with it. The victim said the suspect had a large lower lip. The value of the phone was $150.
The San Francisco Police Department Bomb Squad responded to investigate a suspicious package that was located in the area of Geneva and San Jose Streets near the Balboa Park Station. The station entrances nearest the scene were closed and BART police and transportation personnel directed patrons away from the area during the incident, but the station remained open for service. The item was cleared at 18:09 and the station entrances were reopened. TSOC notified.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a male suspect who appeared intoxicated and was leaning against the ticket vendors. After contacting the suspect, he told the officers he was off his medication and a little bit out of it. Upon a records check, the suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant ($10K) for forgery and identity theft out of South San Francisco PD. The suspect was arrested on the warrant and searched incident to arrest. The suspect was in possession of credit cards which were not in his name and methamphetamine. The suspect was arrested and booked on the warrant, as well as possession of the credit cards and narcotic possession.
A BART Officer contacted a suspect at Balboa Park Station after the station reported the suspect was selling BART tickets. The Officer the adult woman suspect. A routine check revealed a no-bail warrant for narcotics possession. The suspect was taken into custody for the warrant and booked at San Francisco Hall of Justice.
Patrons reported a fight between two females on a southbound train leaving the 24th Street station. Officers intercepted the train at the Balboa Park station and off-boarded the two involved suspects. No witnesses came forwarded. The suspects apparently got into a verbal altercation over one suspect allegedly “coughing” on the other. The verbal altercation turned physical with both suspects battering one another. The suspects were both issued battery citations based on mutual citizen’s arrests, and released. Both parties refused any medical.
An officer responded to the station for a report of a man who had cut his wrist with a razor blade and was putting the blade in and out of his mouth while on the platform. The man then walked out of the station and toward Geneva Avenue. The officer made contact with the man on Geneva Avenue. The subject as very intoxicated with minor cuts to his wrists, and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. 1203-0832 L12.
BART Officers responded to Balboa Park Station concerning a victim of a theft on a Daly City bound train who was following the suspect (BMA, 6'4" 185 31yo). San Francisco Police Officers detained the suspect on nearby Ocean Avenue. The suspect resisted and battered two SFPD Officers. The adult male victim reported that he was on the above train when he saw the suspect in a verbal altercation with another patron. He said the suspect then unexpectedly walked up to the victim, yelled at him, and forcibly snatched an electronic book – Kindle from the victim’s hands. The victim said he was too scared to follow the suspect on the train. The suspect later walked back to the victim and threw the Kindle at the victim’s head. The victim followed the suspect off the train when it stopped at Balboa Park. A BART Police Detective responded and took a statement from the suspect who was subsequently booked at the San Francisco Jail for robbery, and battery on a patron and on peace officers. A stay-away order will be sought for the suspect.
Officers responded to the station on a report an altercation between a male and female whom appeared to be together. The couple also had their baby with them and the male was attempting to take possession of the baby. The station System Service worker witnessed the male push the female on two occasions. The couple left the station together and the officer’s contacted them near SF City College. The station System Service responded and identified the male suspect and female victim. The male suspect was arrested for domestic violence. The male suspect claimed to have a week-old bullet wound to his stomach and was also feeling suicidal, as he stated he was off his medication. Medical was summoned and they transported the suspect to SF General with an officer escort. After being checked out medically for the wound, the suspect will be transported to the adjacent ward for psychiatric evaluation. After being cleared on the psychiatric detention, the suspect is to be arrested and booked for domestic violence, and child endangerment.
A man arrived at Balboa Park Station with a Clipper card that would not work to exit the station. The man became involved in a verbal altercation with the station agent over the situation and made a comment that the agent felt was threatening. The suspect was detained and all of the parties were interviewed by the officer and a lieutenant who responded to the call. The suspect was cited for a misdemeanor charge of willfully disturbing others and released.
Officers responded to a report from patrons on a train of a male subject acting like he was on the “verge of violence.” Officers intercepted the train at the Balboa Park station and contact the male subject. The subject told the officers he was going to jump in front of the train. BART Central was contacted and all trains were held from moving at the station. The officers were able to detain the subject without incident and move him the concourse level of the station. The subject was detained for psychiatric evaluation and transported to SF General Hospital. Train delay(s) were minimal as a result of this incident.
The station agent called to report that a patron was threatening him. The suspect had fare evaded into the station when the agent called for him to return to the booth. The suspect became irate and threatened the agent with physical harm. The suspect then chest bumped the agent and got into his face while yelling at him. While the suspect was yelling, some spit struck the agent in the face. The suspect then fled and boarded a Fremont bound train. Officers intercepted the train at the Civic Center Station, but were unable to locate the suspect. The suspect was described as a black male in his 20s, 6'2", heavyset, wearing a checkered shirt and blue jeans. The agent was not injured during the incident. A request to retrieve video was made.
A BART employee reported that two strands of 80 feet of copper cable had been stolen from milepost 13.9, which is located at Modoc and Cayuga Streets near the Balboa Park Station. This was the site of a previous report of a hole in the fence approximately one month earlier and the theft may have occurred at that time. The employee commented the last inspection of the area may have been up to six months ago, and officers noted the copper incisions and bolts were rusty and weathered. There was no damage or signs of entry into the area. 1112-3796 L12.