A train operator called to report a male who had urinated on the train, just outside of the train operator's cab. The suspect exited the train, but because the train was being taken out of service, the train operator was able to wait for officers to arrive so he could place the suspect under citizen's arrest. An officer responded and contacted the suspect on the platform. The suspect was discovered to have a $10,000 warrant for petty theft. The suspect was debriefed by the sergeant regarding BART related crimes. He was subsequently cited for urinating (citizen's arrest) and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
A patron reported that they lost their wallet containing credit cards at the South San Francisco Station. When the patron reported the lost card to their bank, it was discovered that one of the cards had already been used to purchase a $20 BART ticket at the Daly City Station.
Officers responded to the platform on a report of a subject creating a disturbance, taking off his clothes, and exposing himself. The Pittsburg and Dublin trains were held as the officers searched for the subject. He was described as a black male, wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans. The officers off-boarded a subject that matched the description. A wants/warrant check revealed the subject had an outstanding infraction BART warrant. He was also determined to have fare evaded. Two reporting parties contacted the officers but did not wish to file a complaint. The subject was issued a citation for the warrant and for fare evasion; he was then released. The Pittsburg train was held for 20 minutes and the Dublin train was held for 8 minutes.
A man was detained by an officer. He had been banging on the train-cab door, demanding that the train operator return a found backpack, which the man claimed was his. The backpack contained oxycodone tablets. The suspect was determined to have a probation-search clause. During a search of the suspect, a sergeant found additional oxycodone tablets. A total of 38 were located. The suspect, who did not have a prescription for the narcotics, was debriefed by the sergeant, then booked into San Francisco Jail for possession of a controlled substance.
Officers responded to the station on a report of an irate subject at the station. The on-duty agent then advised that the subject shattered a window inside the paid area and left the station. The subject was described as a Hispanic male, 5’8”, 140 lbs, blue striped top and blue jeans. Daly City Police also responded and detained a subject matching the description. The Agent responded and positively identified the subject and placed him under citizens’ arrest for vandalism. The subject declined medical treatment and was also determined to be drunk in public. He was de briefed on BART related crimes by a Sergeant and booked into the Redwood City Jail.1112-2683 L22.
A man made a theft report to an officer. He said that a handgun, shotgun, rifle and ammunition had been stolen from the trunk of his vehicle between 0450-1305 hrs. The car was parked on the first floor of the parking garage. There was no sign of forced entry to the vehicle. The victim believes that he left the truck lid ajar. The victim said that he had the weapons because he practices marksmanship at a local range. The officer advised local police agencies of the weapons theft.
A BART Central supervisor reported an open access gate at milepost 14.8 (M2), located near Orizabal Avenue and DeLong Street near the Daly City Station. This location is approximately one mile away from a theft of copper cable that occurred wayside earlier in the day (case #1112-0563). The supervisor reported seeing two people wearing lime-green vests just outside the access gate. Both BART and Muni confirmed they had no employees authorized to work in the area at the time. Train operators drove through the area and did not locate anyone wayside. Officers canvassed the immediate area for possible suspects with negative results. Although the chain on the access gate had been cut, the lock and fencing were intact. The gate was secured using the cut chain. TSOC notified. 1112-0588 L12.
Suspect was observed fare evading by an officer. She was detained. A warrant check produced an outstanding Petty Theft warrant for $10,000. She was also in possession of three hypodermic needles. Suspect was cited for the fare evasion and booked for the warrant and needle possession at the San Mateo County Jail –
A BART Station Agent reported he was inside his booth with the door open when he was pushed by a Hispanic male, about 30-35 years of age, 6’1”, 225 pounds, wearing grey sweat pants and a grey hooded sweatshirt. The agent did not know the suspect. He said the suspect came up to his booth and had a lighted cigarette in his mouth and spoke to him in Spanish. The agent did not speak Spanish and asked the suspect to put out his cigarette or he could be cited. The suspect became angry and threatened the agent that he was a Norteno and he would kill the agent. The suspect then pushed the agent and left the area via an Eastbay bound train with an unknown subject. The agent said the suspect appeared intoxicated and said that he did not feel threatened but would like to prosecute the suspect for pushing him in the chest. The agent was not injured and would be able to recognize the suspect if seen again.
The Dublin train was held on the platform for a report of a subject with a gun. A patron reported seeing a female adult drop a gun on the floor, pick it up and place it in her purse. She was possibly last seen leaving the station towards the parking structure. The subject was described as a white female, 35-40 years old, gray hair, gray coat, and dark pants. An area check was conducted by BART officers and Daly City PD with negative results. The train was delayed for approximately 5 minutes. TSOC was notified.
An Officer conducted a welfare check on a female subject passed out on a bus bench. He determined she was too intoxicated to care for her own safety and requested an ambulance. The subject was transported to the San Mateo Medical Center. Upon arrival, hospital personnel advised she told paramedics she was raped by two white males. An Officer responded to the hospital. The victim was uncooperative but did advise she had been drinking in the station’s parking lot. A Sergeant also responded to the hospital. The on-call Detective was called out. The investigation is on-going.
An adult female was standing in the bus zone, looking into her purse when she was approached two male suspects. One suspect grabbed her by the back while the other forcefully removed her purse from her arm. The suspects then fled on foot toward St. Charles Street. The victim ran after the suspects, but lost sight of them. Responding officers searched the area, but were not able to locate the suspects. The victim was not injured in the attack. The suspects were described as black male juveniles, 16-17 years old, both wearing black shirts and blue jeans.
A 19-year-old man reported that a 14-year-old girl borrowed his cell phone in the bus zone, then refused to give it back. Afterwards, two male teenagers who were with the girl demanded that the victim take all his property out of his pockets. The fearful victim complied and the male suspects took the victim’s property. The suspects ran to the platform, then escaped down the trackway and over a fence. Train service was delayed for 16 minutes during the search for the suspects. The victim was not injured. Most of the victim’s property was discarded by the suspects as a sergeant and C-plt. officers arrived. The victim's i-touch was the only item not recovered. The 14-year-old was cited for petty theft and released to her aunt.
Officers responded to the station on a report a female station agent was pushed by a male juvenile suspect. The suspect was with a female and together they walked away from the station toward St. Charles Street; and were subsequently stopped and detained by officers. The station agent positively identified the suspect. The suspect was arrested for battery and booked at juvenile hall. The female with the suspect was transported to her residence.
A victim reported a suspect grabbed their iPhone while at the bus stop in the station. The victim chased after the suspect but lost site of them around 71st and Hamilton Streets. The suspect is described as a BM, heavy set, goatee, side burns, 20 years. The victim stated the suspect was with two other subjects: BM, with light skin and dreads; and no description of the third subject. The victim stated they are able to identify the suspect. Officers conducted an area search, but did not locate any suspects.
An Officer witnessed a suspect fare evade by jumping over the gate at the station. A warrant check revealed the suspect had a misdemeanor warrant for $20,000 for Vandalism out of San Francisco. The suspect was warned for Fare Evasion, arrested for the warrant and booked at the San Francisco Jail.
A male victim reported to the station agent that he was robbed near the station dumpsters on the north side of the station. The victim stated a male suspect attacked him from behind, punched him in the face and then took his wallet. The victim stated he fought back with the suspect and may have broken the suspect’s nose. The victim stated the suspect ran away and met up with a male accomplice, who he gave the wallet to. The accomplice removed the money from the wallet and threw the wallet to the ground; before both suspects fled on St. Charles Street towards Brotherhood Way in SF. The primary suspect is described as a mixed race (white and black) male with missing front teeth, 6'1 feet tall, 170 pounds, wearing a blue hooded sweat shirt and shoes with blue on them. The victim could not provide a description of the accomplice. BART and Daly City officers conducted an area search and were unable to locate any suspects. The stated loss was $390 cash. The victim sustained a cut above his right eye, but declined any medical attention.
A patron parked her vehicle on the second level of the parking structure at 0540 hours this morning. Her vehicle is a 1998 Honda Civic, 2-door. When she returned to her vehicle at 1620 hrs, all four tire and rims (stock) were gone. There are no suspects at this time. The case has been forwarded to Detectives for follow-up and comparison to similar modi operandi.
An Officer responded to a report of a subject aggressively panhandling in front of the agent’s booth, free area. The suspect was described as a White male, shaved head, oversized t-shirt, blue jeans, 5’ 5” tall. The Officer contacted the subject and determined he had a $20,000 outstanding warrant for theft and several infraction warrants out of the San Francisco PD. He was booked into the Redwood City jail on the warrants and reprimanded for panhandling (no complainant).
While at the station, an officer was flagged down by a witness who reported that while he was on the train, he saw an adult male suspect slap and choke an adult female. The witness pointed out the involved parties to the officer, who then took the male into custody. The female did not have any visible injuries and was not cooperative, but officers determined that she and the suspect are involved in a dating relationship. The witness gave the officer a statement regarding the incident and the male was booked at the Redwood City Jail for domestic violence. The video hotline was notified for any possible train car video of the incident.
The owner of a 1998 Honda Civic reported that the four rims and tires had been stolen off of her 1998 Honda Civic today. The vehicle was parked on the second level of the garage/stall 823, between 0800-1700 hrs. The vehicle had also been burglarized via a driver’s window pry, and the stereo was stolen.