An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and determined that he had two outstanding $20,000 warrants for battery. The male was arrested for the warrants and booked at San Francisco County Jail.
An officer responded to a reported fight between two adult male suspects at the station. The officer was able to locate both parties on the platform and take both into custody. It was determined that the males were involved in a fight over one trying to rob the other of his marijuana. The case was determined to have started on the street level (in San Francisco Police Department's jurisdiction). SFPD officers responded and took custody of both parties and will handle the investigation.
A patron observed 2 suspects playing 3 Card Monte while on board a Daly City train. The patron off-boarded at the Balboa Park station and the two suspects followed him. The two suspects then punched the victim and attempted to take his I-phone and I-pod. The victim was able to maintain his property and the suspects fled in an unknown direction. The victim called BART police the next day, to file a report. The first suspect was described as a black male in his early 30's, 6' tall, wearing a baseball cap with a red bill, red striped shirt, and dark pants. The second suspect was described as a black male, 6' 2" tall with a goatee, wearing a white T-shirt, and black pants.
A station agent contacted two adult males in the free area for playing loud music on a stereo that was plugged into the station wall. As the agent tried to unplug the stereo, one male punched the agent in the face and the other male kicked him. The suspects then fled in an unknown direction. Police were unable to locate the suspects, and no medical attention was required. 1012-1580 L12.
San Francisco PD reported that a distraught female had told them she felt suicidal and was somewhere on the trackway near the Balboa Park Station. Train service was delayed for 21 minutes while BART and San Francisco officers searched the Glen Park, Balboa Park, and Daly City stations with negative results. 1012-0274 L12.
An adult female victim was descending the stairs into the station when a male suspect grabbed her cell phone from her hand. When the victim tried to hang onto the phone, she was knocked to the ground during the struggle. The suspect fled out of the station with the phone. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect. The victim was not injured during the incident.
A group of male juveniles walked up to male subject who was sitting on a train with his laptop. One of the juveniles tried to physically take the victim's laptop, but the victim wrestled it away from the suspect. All but one of the suspects fled the train as it approached the Balboa Park station. Officers detained the lone suspect at the Daly City station, and cited and released him due to his minor involvement in the crime. The victim was not injured. 0609-1561 L12.
An adult male suspect grabbed an iPod from an adult male patron on-board a train at the Balboa Park Station. The suspect fled on foot with the loss and ran out of the station and onto the city streets with the victim in pursuit. During the chase, the suspect threatened to shoot the victim, but no weapon was seen. The San Francisco Police Department detained the suspect and recovered the loss. The suspect was turned over to the BART Police Department and booked into jail for robbery and several outstanding arrest warrants.
A woman was battered by four female juveniles while riding on a Daly City bound train. The parties off boarded at the Balboa Park Station, and the suspects fled on a bus. The victim needed medical treatment for injuries to her face. 0902-2577 L12.
An adult male patron had just entered the Balboa Park station when he was surrounded by a group of adult male suspects. One of the suspects snatched the victim's cellphone. When the victim asked for it back, he was punched twice in the face. The suspects fled and were not located. 0812-2138. L21.
An adult male was detained for disturbing the peace after he was reported by a hot dog vendor to be verbally harassing her. Investigating officers subsequently arrested the suspect on an outstanding $25,000 warrant out of SFPD charging indecent exposure.
An officer contacted an adult male for consuming an alcoholic beverage in public. The subject failed to comply and attempted to flee the detention. At one point the subject swung on the officer who subdued the subject with the assistance of SFPD. The subject was booked on the above charges. No injuries to the officer.
A disturbance among a group of juveniles led to a 13 year old boy being arrested for being in possession of a replica handgun. The youth was transported and released to his mother on a citation.
A juvenile male was contacted by two adult males who asked to see the juvenile's I-Phone. When the juvenile victim refused, one of the suspects reached into his waistband and told the victim he would shoot him. The phone was snatched from the victim and he was told to leave or he would be shot. The area was searched by officers with negative results. 0808-2733. L21.
The San Francisco Police Department notified the BART Police Department that a male juvenile suspect who was possibly concealing a shotgun under his clothing had possibly entered the Balboa Park BART station. The station, and three trains that had recently passed through the station, were checked with negative results in locating any persons matching the suspect's description.
A citizen reported a group of juvenile males attacking an adult male on the street level of the station. Responding officers determined that the victim had been beaten and robbed of his wallet and watch. Several suspects were detained near the station but the victim was unable to identify any of them as the responsibles. The victim suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene.
An adult male who was reported to be acting strangely at the fare gates physically threatened the investigating officer and violently resisted the officer's attempts to detain him. The subject, who was eventually subdued with the aid of cover officers from BPD and SFPD, was held for psychiatric evaluation as his demeanor suggested psychological issues.
An officer contacted a male adult suspect at Balboa Park station for fare evasion. The officer determined that the suspect had a felony narcotic's warrant for his arrest. The suspect was taken into custody and booked into the San Francisco Hall of Justice. 0804-1227. L21.
Two teenaged male suspects grabbed a laptop computer from an adult female victim (no force or fear involved). The suspects fled but were chased by a witness who retrieved the property. The suspects were not located.
A Dublin/Pleasanton train was held at Balboa Park Station for fourteen minutes for a male suspect who chased and grabbed a female passenger. The suspect was located, but the victim declined to take any further action. The suspect was arrested and booked for being drunk in public.
A parolee-at-large was arrested after he was reportedly masturbating in public while on board a Daly City bound train. The victim/witness off-boarded at 24th St. Station to report the incident. The train was intercepted at Balboa Park where the suspect was observed trying to toss suspected drugs from his person. While detained, the suspect was found to be wanted by the Department of Corrections on a parole violation. The suspect was taken into custody and booked although no sex-offense related charges were filed due to lack of evidence.
Witnesses reported an adult male jumped onto the trackway and attempted to do harm to himself by placing his head on the running rails and grabbing the third rail. The subject was struck by a train and remains in critical condition.
An 18-year-old male fare-evasion suspect violently resisted the efforts of an officer and a lieutenant to detain him. The suspect dropped a loaded pistol during the struggle and was later found to be in possession of narcotics. The suspect was booked at the San Francisco Jail for resisting arrest, battery on a police officer, and possession of a loaded and concealed firearm.