An officer contacted a suspect who had reportedly been selling CDs and had kicked, or pushed, a bicycle into a passenger who had declined to make a purchase. The suspect was found to have an outstanding California Dept. of Corrections warrant for robbery. The victim declined to make a citizen’s arrest. The suspect was arrested on the warrant, debriefed by a sergeant, then booked into the Martinez Detention Facility.
An officer contacted a 22-year-old man whom he had seen fare-evading. The suspect was found to have an outstanding $160,000 Richmond felony warrant for statutory rape and forcible sexual penetration. The suspect was cited for fare evasion, arrested on the warrant, debriefed by a sergeant, then booked into the Martinez Detention Facility.
An adult male was contacted by officers and placed on a psychiatric hold after he called dispatch and said that he wanted to jump in front of a train. The subject was transported to the county hospital for evaluation.
Officers responded to a report of an adult male acting erratic on a train. The suspect off-boarded the train before officers were able to make contact. The train operator pointed the suspect out to the officers. A records check revealed that the suspect had a $5,000 warrant for driving under the influence. There was no one willing to make a formal complaint for the original call, so the male was booked for the warrant only.
A anonymous patron reported to a station agent that a male subject on a Richmond bound train was boisterously bothering patrons on the train. Officers met the train at the El Cerrito Del Norte station and located a suspect, who was intoxicated and unable to care for his own safety. There were no complainants for the disturbing the peace call and the suspect was arrested for being intoxicated in public, and subsequently booked. The suspect was in possession of a small amount of suspected crack cocaine and will be charge with such.
A warrant check on a man detained for fare evasion revealed a $10,000 outstanding arrest warrant out of Alameda County for DUI. The subject was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for the warrant. The subject was booked at the Martinez Jail. 1109-3675 L12.
A woman reported that her ex-husband tried to sexually assault her during a custody exchange in the parking lot. The victim said the suspect tried to have forced sex with her while she was inside her vehicle and he was outside the vehicle. The victim did not need medical attention. Detectives were called and the investigation is on-going at this time. 1109-2467 L12.
Officers contacted a man for fare evasion at the south faregate. The suspect gave a false name, then ran from the officers. The officers chased the suspect, who scaled a fence in an effort to escape. An officer eventually caught up to the suspect and took him into custody. The suspect was determined to be a convicted bank robber, sought by the U.S. Marshal’s Office for having ecaped from a federal prison. The suspect declined to be interviewed by a sergeant. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. He was then booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for resisting arrest, and on the fugitive warrant.
Ten bicycle thefts were reported to have occurred. They were: 1109-1742, FVS bike rack, 0630-1630 hrs.; unk.brand and model, 18-speed, purple and black, with cable and (keyed) lock 1109-1743, FVS bike rack, 09/12/11 at 1100 hrs.- 09/13/11 at 1615 hrs.; Mongoose, BMX, blue and silver, with 4 foot pegs, with red cable and (combination lock) 1109-1747, CDS bike rack, 0710-1656 hrs.; Black Diamond, 21-speed, men’s mountain-type, black with white lettering 1109-1750, UCS, locked to a tree, 1330-1706 hrs.; Next mountain-type, red 1109-1764, MAS bike rack, 09/12/11 at 1400 hrs. – 09/13/11 at 1825 hrs.; 15-speed, blue 1109-1765, CNS bike racks, 0930-1825 hrs.; Motive, 26”, 18-speed, men’s mountain-type, green 1109-1766, MAS bike racks, 0800-1700 hrs.; Trek Utopia, 16-speed, men’s mountain–type, white and orange 1109-1774, CVS bike racks, 0830-1800 hrs.; Giant Sedona, 10-speed, women’s, silver 1109-1770, NBS (further information is pending contact with reporting party) 1109-1778, AHS bike racks, unk.-1933 hrs.; Fuji special-road racer, 10-speed, men’s, green L23
A patron reported that a man was hitting a woman on the platform. The male suspect fled before officers arrived. The involved parties have been dating and have a child together. The female victim has a restraining order against the suspect. She sustained a swollen lip and scratches on her arm. The suspect was later located by an officer at a local hospital on information from Richmond police, and arrested for spousal battery/infliction of corporal injury. The suspect was interviewed by a sergeant, then transported to the Martinez Detention Facility.
A female suspect battered a woman in the parking lot who owed her money. Officers arrested the suspect. The suspect had a dirk or dagger concealed in her waistband. Inside the police substation she scratched a sergeant’s arm and kicked his knee. The suspect had to be medically cleared because she claimed that she was in pain due to recent hip-replacement surgery. She was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for battery, battery on a peace officer with injury, possession of a concealed dirk or dagger, and terrorist threats (against the woman she had battered).
An officer observed a subject in the bus zone who appeared suspicious with a bicycle. The officer contacted the subject and ran the serial number on the bicycle. The bicycle was reported stolen out of our agency from the El Cerrito Plaza station in November 2010. The subject was arrested for possession of stolen property. Upon a records check of the suspect, he had an outstanding warrant out of SFPD for indecent exposure. The suspect was booked on the warrant and possession of stolen property at the Martinez Detention facility.
A patron reported their bicycle stolen from the Pleasant Hill BART station on Friday, August 20, 2011. Later that night, the patron reported seeing their stolen bicycle listed on Craigslist. A sting was set-up to meet the Craigslist seller at the El Cerrito Del Norte station at 1200 hrs on Saturday, August 21, 2011. Officers were at the station and ready to meet the seller. The victim was also at the station for the purpose of identifying his bicycle. The seller was on time and contacted by the officers without incident. The seller/suspect was in possession of the victim’s bike, and was subsequently arrested for misappropriation of stolen property. The suspect was interviewed and confessed to stealing the bicycle. The suspect is on probation for a narcotics violation(s) and has an extensive criminal history including weapons conviction and theft convictions. The suspect is to be booked for theft, misappropriation of stolen property and probation violation.
While on foot patrol at station, an officer came across a suspect who was holding a baggie of marijuana and cash. When pulling out his wallet a bag containing suspected ecstasy came out of the same pants pocket. The suspect was cited for the marijuana possession and booked for the ecstasy possession, and a small SFPD warrant.
An officer contacted a male juvenile for Fare Evasion at the station. It was discovered that the subject had a no bail warrant out of Alameda County for a Failure to Appear. The suspect was booked for the warrant at the Alameda County Juvenile Hall and cited for fare evasion.
A BART Station Agent reported that two subjects approached the information booth and reported that one them had been stabbed and needed help. BART Police and medical personnel responded to the scene and discovered that he appeared to have been stabbed in the chest. The victim and witness were initially uncooperative with police. The witness later described a “scuffle” on the platform and his friend explaining to him that he had been stabbed. The victim was transported to the hospital. The suspect is described as an unknown race male, unknown age, thin build, wearing a black hoodie, black pants, and black shoes. Detectives, I.D. and video technicians responded for the call.
08/03/11 – 1244 Hours A BART officer checked the welfare of a male subject sleeping on a train. The subject advised the officer he entered the system in San Francisco with no ticket. A check for wants or warrants revealed the subject was a sex offender registrant out of compliance. The officer confirmed the subject was out of compliance, and he was taken into custody. The subject was debriefed by a sergeant concerning criminal activity in the BART system with negative results. The male subject was transported to Martinez Detention Facility for booking.
A BART Officer contacted an adult male and female suspect at the station for fare evasion. While running records checks on the two, the male came back with a no bail warrant from the department of corrections with a warning of being armed and dangerous. As officers were attempting to place the suspect into custody, the suspect was able to break free and run from the officers. Officers pursued the suspect and with the help of allied agencies were able to set up an effective perimeter. Local citizens were also helping point the officers in the direction the suspect was last seen. BART Officers eventually located the suspect hiding in a back yard on Lexington Ave. He was also discovered to have over 54 grams of marijuana in his possession. The suspect was arrested for the warrant, Resisting Officers, Possession of Marijuana, cited for fare evasion and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An Officer detained a subject for fare evasion who initially provided a false name. After obtaining the suspect’s true identity, it was determined he had a no bail CDC parole warrant and was placed under arrest. A search incident to arrest revealed he was in possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the Martinez jail on the warrant, for providing false ID, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Two BART officers observed a male subject exit the paid area of the station through the emergency gate without processing a valid BART ticket. The officers contacted and detained the subject for possible fare evasion. A warrant check revealed the subject had an outstanding warrant for $100,000.00 (Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Pimping) out of Alameda County. The subject was cited for fare evasion and the warrants were confirmed. The subject was debriefed by Sergeant concerning criminal activity in the BART system with negative results. The subject was transported to the Martinez Detention Facility for the outstanding warrants.
Officers responded to the station on a report, by anonymous patrons, of a drunken subject causing a disturbance. This was reported to be on a Daly City train that was holding on platform #2. The suspect was described as a White male in his 60’s wearing a dirty brown jacket. As the Officers checked the train, anonymous patrons pointed to the subject who off-boarded on his own. A wants/warrant check revealed he had a $20,000 outstanding warrant – San Francisco PD for theft. The suspect was determined to be able to care but was arrested and booked on the outstanding warrant. A Sergeant responded and debriefed the suspect on BART related crimes.
A sergeant and officer responded to a disturbance in the area between the parking garage and bus zone. They found that two men had been fighting and that one was bleeding and in need of an ambulance. A crowd of 20 people was watching the fight. It was determined that a male driver had nearly struck a male pedestrian, and the pedestrian’s daughter, with his vehicle. An argument ensued when the pedestrian warned the driver to be more careful. The driver parked his vehicle and approached the pedestrian with a stun gun. It appears that the pedestrian defended himself when the suspect tried to punch him and use the stun gun against him. The victim punched the suspect several times and held him down until police arrived. The suspect was bleeding from the head and required medical treatment. The sergeant interviewed the suspect and obtained a statement from him. The suspect is being admitted to a local hospital due to a fractured eye socket. A complaint will be sought against him through the district attorney's office for assault with a stun gun.
A female standing in the free area of the station had her iPhone snatched out of her hand by a male. The male ran from the station toward Cutting Blvd. A search for the suspect by officers proved negative.
7-2-11 - 2044 An officer contacted a 26 year old black male subject on the platform at the station for drinking in public. The suspect had a $10,000.00 misdemeanor warrant out of Richmond P.D. for Driving Under the Influence. He was cited for drinking in public and arrested and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for the warrant.
07/1/11 – 1935 The station agent at Richmond Station reported an intoxicated 43 year old black male on the platform at the station. Before officers arrived the agent updated that the subject had boarded a Fremont train from the station. A BART Sergeant intercepted the train at the El Cerrito Del Norte Station and contacted a subject matching the description from Richmond station on-board the train. The sergeant determined the subject was too intoxicated to care for himself and subsequently discovered a $50,000 warrant on the subject for misdemeanor vandalism. The suspect was arrested and while taking him down the elevator, the suspect bumped his head and then laid on the floor saying he had a head injury. An ambulance transported the suspect to the county hospital for clearance prior to booking. Once cleared, the suspect was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for public intoxication and the warrant.