Officers responded to the station on a report of a male having battered a female and was chasing her around the station. Upon their arrival, the officers detained the male, who was positively identified by the female as the person who battered her. The female, a former girlfriend of the male, also had an active restraining order against him. A warrant check revealed male had two outstanding felony warrants for narcotic activity totaling $60,000 and a misdemeanor warrant for domestic battery for $10,000. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery, violation of a restraining order, and the three outstanding warrants. The female suffered a bloody lip as a result of the battery, but no medical attention was needed. 1111-0673 L12.
An officer contacted an adult male for smoking in the station. A records check revealed a $20,000 warrant for driving under the influence. The male was booked at the Hayward City Jail for the warrant and cited for smoking in the station.
An officer contacted an adult male for smoking in the station. A warrants check revealed a $5,000 drunk driving warrant for the suspect's arrest. The male was booked at the Hayward City Jail for the warrant and cited for smoking in the station.
Officers responded to the station on a report of two subjects beating up another, in the parking lot. Suspect #1 was described as a black male, 5’10”, 230 lbs, blue shirt, and blue jeans. Suspect # 2 was described as a black male wearing a red hat, red/black jacket, blue jeans, and red shoes. The victim advised he was robbed (strong arm) of $10 cash. Officers conducted an area check and detained two subjects who matched the description at E 14th and 159th avenue. The victim positively identified both subjects. A Sergeant also responded to the scene. The victim declined medical. The suspects were interviewed by the Officers and debriefed on BART related crimes. The suspects were booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
Officers contacted a male fare-evasion suspect. The suspect had an Alameda Co. no-bail, felony warrant for assault with a deadly weapon. The suspect was cited for the infraction, interviewed by a sergeant, then booked into Santa Rita Jail on the warrant.
A man reported seeing a male suspect hit a woman and throw her on the ground. On Elgin St., the reporting party pointed out the suspect to officers, who detained the suspect. The suspect fled from the officers, then climbed a fence. The suspect was eventually apprehended in the station’s west parking lot, with the assistance of an Alameda Co. sheriff’s deputy. It was determined that the suspect and victim had a dating relationship. The victim, who had no signs of physical injury, declined to cooperate in the investigation. The reporting party placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest. The suspect was arrested for domestic battery and delaying/obstructing a peace officer. He was interviewed by a sergeant prior to being booked into Santa Rita Jail.
A female victim reported being robbed at gun point in the west parking lot of the station by two male suspects and believed the suspects were still in the area. The suspects descriptions: #1) BM, light complex.16-17, dark hoodie, red hat, silver handgun; #2) BM, 16-17, dark complex., black hoodie, gold teeth. Officers responded and detained a suspect near the movie theaters, but the victim stated he was not one of the suspects. Loss was a purse containing a wallet, phone and other personnel items. There are no known suspects for this crime at this time. Upon a records check, the above detainee had an outstanding arrest warrant ($50K) for domestic violence out of OPD, and was subsequently arrested and booked on the warrant.
An officer in the station heard a commotion and discovered that a female victim had just had her iPad snatched from her hands while in the station. The suspect had already fled the station, but the officer and victim were able to gain GPS information as to the location of the iPad. Officers began searching the area (near the Bay Fair Mall) and located a male matching the physical description exiting a vehicle. The male was in possession of an iPad, which had distinctive markings that the victim had described to the officer. Detectives responded to interview the suspect. The suspect confessed to snatching the iPad. The victim responded and identified the suspect as the responsible. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for grand theft and possession of stolen property.
While being detained for fare evasion by an officer, a female subject became belligerent and threatened the officer after several attempts to identify her proved negative. A brief physical altercation ensued, and the female was taken into custody with the assistance of another officer. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and arrested for falsely identifying herself, making threats, and resisting arrest. No one was injured. 1110-0569 L12.
A vendor at the station reported that an adult male was yelling at him. Officers responded and made contact with both parties. The suspect was found to have a no bail warrant for driving under the influence. A search incident to his arrest revealed a small amount of suspected cocaine on his person. The male was debriefed before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the warrant and for possession of a controlled substance. The vendor did not wish to make a complaint regarding the original call.
Trains were held for 4 minutes at the station while Alameda County deputies searched the station unsuccessfully for an armed robbery suspect who may have ran into the station. The suspect was possibly armed with a handgun, and reportedly robbed an unknown person of an iPhone near the station on Colby and Dermety Streets. TSOC notified. 1110-0131 L12.
An officer on patrol contacted a male suspect for fare evasion. The suspect initially provided a false name. Upon learning the suspects real name, a records check revealed the suspect had a “no bail” arrest warrant for possession of narcotics. The suspect was arrested and booked on the warrant, and cited for the fare evasion violation. 1110-0060 L10.
A woman reported that two teenage males approached her in the pedestrian tunnel, demanded her purse, and showed her a gun. The victim ran to the station agent’s booth and did not see where the suspects went. Responding officers searched the area and did not locate the suspects. (suspect descriptions: two B-Ms, 15-17 years, 150-160 lbs; one wore a light-blue t-shirt and blue jeans and carried a silver-colored handgun in his waistband; the other wore a black baseball cap, a white t-shirt, and blue jeans)
A subject reported his vehicle stolen earlier from the station, and it was later discovered he had a felony warrant for Domestic Violence out of Berkeley P.D. for $10,000. The suspect was arrested for that warrant and booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
A traffic accident was reported to have occurred in the parking lot at the station. Officers responded and found a vehicle had collided with a parked car and a tree. Officers determined the adult female driver was under the influence of a controlled substance. She was then arrested and booked for that charge at Santa Rita. An adult female passenger of the vehicle was also under the influence and taken to a local detoxification center. The suspect vehicle received major damage and was towed from the scene. The tree and the parked vehicle received minor damage.
An officer made a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle in the lot. A routine records check revealed that the adult male driver is on probation with a full search clause. The officer conducted a search of his person and located suspected methamphetamine in his pants pocket. The adult male was debriefed regarding BART related crimes before being booked at Santa Rita Jail for possession of methamphetamine for sales, possession of drug paraphernalia and the traffic violation.
A patron observed a subject holding two steak knives in a threatening manner. The patron was scared and thought the subject was threatening him. The patron contacted a BART officer who detained the suspect. The Officer confiscated the knives and the patron signed a citizen arrest complaint for brandishing a knife in a threatening manner. The suspect was cited and released.
A deputy chief, sergeant, officers and detectives responded to a report of a 73-year-old woman beneath the lead car of a Richmond-bound train at the station. The woman was extricated by the Alameda Co. Fire Department at 1537 hrs. and transported by American Medical Response (AMR) personnel to a local hospital. The subject had no visible injuries, although she said that her knee hurt. A witness said that she saw the subject run towards the trackway and jump onto it. The woman is being held at the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. The scene was released to the Operations Control Center at 1547 hrs.
Officers responded to the station on a report by two 19-year old females that they were just sexually battered behind the garbage dumpsters at the south end of the bus zone. The two suspects were described as young black males and were gone on arrival; and are not known to the victims. Detectives and evidence technician(s) responded to the scene to conduct an investigation. After being interviewed by dectectives, both females admitted their sexual encounters were consensual and no crime committed. Detectives will pursue a complaint against the females for making a false criminal report.
Officers responded to the bus zone on the report of two males fighting. Officers detained the two involved parties. Neither involved party wanted to pursue a complaint. The parties were clear any wants; and they were reprimanded and released.
An officer detained a suspect for smoking on the platform and discovered that the suspect was wanted on an arrest warrant for driving under the influence. The suspect was arrested for the warrant and cited for smoking.
A male patron contacted an officer at the station stating he had an outstanding BART warrant and wanted to get a new court date. The officer confirmed the BART warrant for fare evasion. In addition, the subject had an outstanding warrant for battery ($75,000 bail) out of SFPD; and was subsequently arrested and booked on both warrants at the Santa Rita jail facility.
An anonymous patron reported via cell phone that he saw a light skinned black male with dreads and a white t-shirt, red baseball hat, 18 years, and appeared to be in possession of a possible black firearm. The subject was in the company of two black males, dark skinned, white t-shirts, also about 18 years. The reporting party stayed on the phone with the dispatcher following and reporting their movements. At one point the subjects were thought to have walked over to the Bay Fair Mall and San Leandro P.D. was notified. Dispatch was also able to locate the subjects described on the station cameras and determined that one had a red baseball hat, one had a black baseball hat and the other had a tan baseball hat as the reporting party was now describing. As officers converged on the scene, all subjects went in different directions. BART officers detained the subject in the black hat and the red hat, (both juveniles) and San Leandro witnessed the subject with the tan hat toss a gun on the ground. San Leandro Police detained that suspect and turned him over to BART Police. The on-call detective was called out to interview the suspect but the suspect did not wish to discuss the matter. The subject with the black hat was released at the scene. The subject with the red hat and originally reported to have the gun was detained, interviewed and later released to his mother without charges. The suspect in possession of the loaded gun was booked at Juvenile Hall in San Leandro for Possession of a Loaded Firearm, Possession of a Concealed Firearm, being a Felon in Possession of a Firearm, and Possessing a Stolen Firearm. The suspect has a criminal history spanning back to 2006 including Robberies, Burglaries, Carjacking, Possessing a Firearm, Resisting Officers, Battery, and Auto Theft. The other two detainees did not have any criminal history. The gun was not reported in the system as being stolen but the registered owner was contacted and said that the gun was stolen in 2008 in Richmond. BART Police entered the firearm into the system. It also appears at this time that all three subjects involved were related. Two independent witnesses were also interviewed at the scene. The video hotline and TSOC were notified.
A female was struck by a slow moving vehicle while walking in the crosswalk. The female, who suffered non-life threatening injuries after she fell to the ground, was transported to Eden Hospital for treatment. The driver of the vehicle showed no signs of impairment, and said that she did not see the pedestrian before the collision. A investigative collision report is being completed.