An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and the male lied about his identifying information. After investigating, the officer was eventually able to identify the male and discovered that he had a $2,500 warrant for theft. The male was cited for fare evasion and booked into the Redwood City Jail for providing false identifying information and the warrant.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that he had a $10,000 warrant for narcotics, a $5,000 warrant for theft and a $2,500 warrant for being under the influence of drugs. The male was cited for fare evasion and booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrants.
A victim reported that their white 1990 Mazda truck was stolen while parked in the second level of the parking structure, stall 797, between 1045 and 1600 hours. An officer responded, unsuccessfully searched for the vehicle and completed a report.
The station agent reported that a male suspect was inside the parking structure elevator masturbating. Officers responded and detained the man. The station agent made a citizen's arrest of the man for indecent exposure. Record checks showed that the man had a stay-away order from all BART stations. The man was arrested and booked at the San Mateo County Jail for indecent exposure, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and violation of a court order.
A male subject detained by an officer for reportedly creating loud/unreasonable noise while aboard a train was found to have an outstanding $5K misdemeanor kidnap warrant, held by Antioch Police, for his arrest. Shortly after learning the warrant information, the officer placed the subject under arrest without incident. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, and the subject was then booked into the county jail for the warrant.
An anonymous patron reported that a male suspect entered the tracks from platform #3 and then returned to the platform. The man was pacing and acting erratically and trains were held out of that platform while officers responded. Responding officers detained the man. There was no complainant for the trespassing violation, but record checks showed that the man had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for parole violation, held by the Department of Corrections. The man was arrested on his warrant and was booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
While on patrol, an officer was notified by the station agent of a subject who was creating a disturbance reported by several patrons. The officer attempted to detain the subject whom he determined was intoxicated. The suspect resisted the officers effort to detain him by first pushing him and then running away. The officer used force in an attempt to subdue the suspect but was unsuccessful and the suspect continued to run away. A Good Samaritan (who was a retired SFPD officer) saw the officer giving chase to the suspect and assisted the officer into taking him into custody. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Redwood City Jail for resisting arrest, public intoxication, battery on an officer, and probation violation. The subject was also issued a prohibition order. There were no reported injuries to either the suspect or officer. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and conduct a use of force investigation.
A male was stopped for fare evasion at the Daly City Station. A records/warrant check revealed the male had a $50,000 warrant for theft issued by SFPD. The male was cited for fare evasion and was booked on the warrant.
Officers responded to the Daly City Station for a report of a male masturbating in the free area, near the ticket machines. Officers arrived and detained the male. An independent witness confirmed the male had been masturbating. The male was placed under arrest for indecent exposure and was transported to the Redwood City Jail.
Officers responded to a report of a subject who was laid out on the platform. The officers arrived, located the subject, and determined he was intoxicated. The subject was arrested and booked into the Redwood City Jail for public intoxication.
A victim reported that he was on board a train with his bicycle (Black with red tires, Walmart brand bicycle). The victim stated he had his head down, and when he looked up, he saw a male subject exit the train with his bicycle at the station. The victim described the suspect as a male subject wearing gray clothing. While taking the report, one of the officers observed the possible suspect (an Asian or Hispanic male) riding on a bicycle through the bus zone. The officers were unable to locate the suspect.
The station agent called to report two vehicles with smashed windows on the second level of the parking structure. Officers arrived and located three victim vehicles. The officer was able to contact two of the vehicle owners and determined that the crime occurred between 2200 hours on 2/24 and 0613 hours on 2/25. All three vehicles were processed for evidence. All three had a smashed window and were ransacked. Two of them suffered no property loss. It is unknown if anything was taken from the third vehicle, but a note was left for the owner to contact us upon their return. 1502-4250, 1520-4250A, 1502-4250B L16
A patron reported seeing two vehicles in the St. Charles Lot that appeared to have been burglarized. Officers investigated and located 2006 Honda Civic with its passenger side window smashed and interior ransacked. The officers additionally located a 2008 Kia Optima with its driver’s side window smashed and interior ransacked. The officers processed the vehicle for fingerprints with negative results. The officers additionally attempted to locate the owners of both vehicles without success. 1502-3918/3924 L21
An argument between a male and female in a dating relationship resulted in the female punching the male several times in the face while in the parking structure. Although the male was uninjured and refused to file a complaint, the female was deemed the dominant aggressor and placed under arrest for domestic battery. Two sergeants responded to the scene to approve the arrest. The suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A San Francisco Chronicle News truck was stolen from the Daly City Station. A vendor parked the truck and left the keys inside the vehicle. A male suspect took the truck and fled from the station. The truck was later located at 865 Cayuga St. and was recovered.
Officers detained a female and a male for reportedly creating a disturbance, and determined the individuals were simply friends who had allegedly battered one another; all while under the influence of alcohol. The male was found with a minor lip injury, but declined medical attention. The female, on the other hand, was not injured. Both subjects declined to pursue a criminal complaint against one another, but officers determined the male was too intoxicated to care for himself so he was placed under arrest for public intoxication. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the post-arrest debrief. The male was then booked into the county jail. The female was released at the station as officers determined she was able to care for herself.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle (a 1994 Honda Civic) in the parking lot today, at 0830 hours. They returned at 1230 hours to find their vehicle was burglarized and interior ransacked. The loss was the car battery, shoes, and miscellaneous tools valued at $1100. The officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints with negative results.
A victim reported that their green 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier was burglarized while parked on the top level of the station’s parking structure – stall 1096, between 0710 and 1720 hours. The vehicle’s driver’s door lock was defeated, most likely by a “shaved key”, and its interior ransacked. While no items were taken from the vehicle’s passenger compartment, the vehicle’s battery was taken. An officer responded, processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed a report.
The on-duty station agent reported that a male suspect was upset over there being no more trains and was threatening the agent. The agent was fearful enough that he locked himself inside the booth. The suspect was described as a black male in his 30's, wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt and gray sweat pants. An officer responded and detained the suspect, who was positively identified by the agent. The man was arrested for making criminal threats. He was issued a prohibition order and was then booked at the San Mateo County Jail. The agent was not injured.
A victim at the 12th Street Station wished to make a report regarding their vehicle being burglarized while it was parked on the 3rd level of the parking structure at the Daly City Station between 0530-2000 hours on 1/08. An unknown suspect(s) smashed the driver's side rear window to take an empty purse, which was in the rear seat. The victim did not have the vehicle with her at the time of the report and had already taken it in to be repaired, so it was not processed for evidence.
A victim reported his 1998 blue Toyota Corolla was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #301 between 1230-2300 hours. The rear passenger window was smashed and the interior of the vehicle was ransacked. The victim declined to have the vehicle processed for prints. Loss was an unknown brand of stereo worth $100.00. Officer David Greene completed a burglary report.
A victim reported that while aboard a Daly City train filled with patrons, between the Glen Park and Balboa Park stations, her iPhone 5 and a car key were taken from her purse as she stood between five Black females in their mid-to-late teens. While the victim was unable to identify which of the females took her phone, she described one as appearing 18-19 years of age and wearing a yellow shirt. The victim unsuccessfully attempted to track the phone. The investigating officer completed a report.