A male suspect (Eric Blackmon, 30 years, Hayward) battered a passenger after the passenger refused to give him money, due to aggressive panhandling. Blackmon fled but an officer located him and he was detained. The victim identified Blackmon and placed him under citizen's arrest for aggressive panhandling and for Battery on a transit passenger. The officer violated Blackmon's probation and he was booked into Santa Rita Jail. Blackmon was issued a prohibition order.
A sergeant and five officers conducted directed fare evasion enforcement at the Bay Fair Station from 1100-2100 hours that resulted in 27 people being stopped, 25 citation issued, 1 warning cite and 1 completed field interview card.
A Sergeant detained the suspect (Warren, Marcus 56, Hayward) for fare evasion. A records check revealed a valid stay away order from all BART stations. The suspect was placed under arrest for the court order violation and booked into the Santa Rita Jail. The suspect was also cited for fare evasion.
A male victim was seated on a train when a male suspect (BM, late 30s, 6', muscular, grey shirt, tan shorts, black shoes) hit him in the head with an unknown metal object. The suspect also punched and kicked the victim before fleeing the train and running out of the station. According to the victim and witnesses, the attack was unprovoked. The suspect was not located. The victim was treated for a laceration to his head and transported to the hospital via ambulance with non-life threatening injuries.
Two suspects attempted to rob a female victim of her cell phone in the east parking lot. The suspects brandished a BB gun and attempted to take the phone. The victim was knocked down, but retained possession of her phone. The suspects fled into the surrounding area and were not located.
A victim reported their silver 2000 Acura Integra was burglarized while parked at the Bay Fair Station. The vehicle was found unlocked and the interior was searched. Loss was an auto battery and a sub-woofer speaker.
The on-duty station agent called to report a male subject had attempted to batter him by swinging at him. Officers contacted the subject and a records check revealed the subject to be on probation out of Alameda County with a condition to stay away from BART. The subject was taken into custody and booked into Santa Rita jail. The station agent declined to press charges for the assault.
A male victim reported that he was punched and kicked by 3-4 male suspects (BMs, late teens, hoodies, no further description) while on the train. They then took his iPhone and lap top computer before running out of the train and out of the station. The suspects were not located. The victim was transported to the hospital via ambulance for treatment of facial cuts and swelling.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked at the station between 1140-1950 hours. The passenger window was smashed to gain entry and a GPS unit, handicap placard, coat and checkbook were taken.
The female (juvenile) victim reported that a male (juvenile) suspect known to her forcibly took her iPhone and fled from the station. A sergeant and an officer responded, but were unable to readily locate the suspect. An attempt to track the phone was also unsuccessful. Further follow up investigation will be performed by the officer.
BART Police and medical personnel responded to the station regarding an adult who appeared in need of medical attention. Personnel administered life-saving aid, but the male was declared deceased. The male’s death does not appear to be the result of a crime.
An officer booked a male suspect at the Hayward Jail for possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana for sale. The suspect's identity could not be confirmed, and the officer believed the suspect was providing a false name. The officer requested that the suspect's fingerprints be processed. Jail staff was able to discover the man's true identity through the fingerprint check, and learned that he had three outstanding arrest warrants from Washington, for murder, intimidating a witness and failure to register as a sex offender, held by Seattle PD and the King County Sheriff's Office. The man was booked at Santa Rita Jail for possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana for sale, providing false information to a peace officer, and his outstanding warrants.
The station agent saw a male suspect masturbating at the station and placed him under arrest for the violation. Officers took custody of the suspect, and learned he was also on active probation for a previous sexual offense. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order before booking him into the county for the listed offenses.
Officers working the robbery suppression detail were flagged down by a person reporting two individuals trying to break into a vehicle parked in the rear parking lot at the station. Officers responded and located a male and a female attempting to break into the vehicle. Officers detained the two subjects and were able to determine the vehicle was stolen out of San Francisco. The subjects admitted they got locked out of the vehicle and admitted they were sleeping in the vehicle for at least 24 hours. A records check revealed a court order retraining the male from being around the female. Both subjects were booked into Alameda County jail.