An adult male battered a female passenger while aboard a Dublin bound train. Other passengers on the train physically restrained the suspect until officers intercepted the train at the Lake Merritt Station. The suspect was taken into custody without incident and booked at the Glen Dyer Jail for battery. The female was not injured.
BART PD officers observed a female suspect fare evade to exit Dublin / Pleasanton station. The officers contacted the female suspect and determined she was in violation of a court order prohibiting her from being on BART property. The officers attempted to take her into physical custody for the restraining order violation and she resisted arrest. The suspect spat at the officers and attempted to escape. During the struggle one officer suffered abrasions and cuts to his leg. After the suspect was subdued she kicked a different officer that had taken her to be medically cleared for booking. The suspect suffered minor injury and was cleared for booking at Santa Rita Jail.
Detectives are looking into the cause of death of an adult male found lying in an enclosed area of a power substation adjacent to the parking structure on the Dublin side of the station. A citizen walking to his car spotted the body and reported it to Livermore Police who in turn notified BPD.
A warrant check on a male subject detained for smoking on the platform revealed the subject was on active parole. A search of the subject resulted in the recovery of 8 large bags and 18 small baggies of suspected marijuana, and $400.00 in cash. The suspect was arrested and booked for possession of narcotics for sales and for parole violation at the Santa Rita Jail.
After banging their car door into another occupied vehicle, the occupants of the former vehicle threatened the driver of the latter car with bodily harm/death if he dared to do something about it. The victim followed the suspects to an apparent residence and notified police. Officers responded to the residence and got no response after knocking on the door. The suspect vehicle was towed with a criminal investigation to follow.
A male and female, who were in a dating relationship, began to argue while in a car in the station parking lot. The male grabbed the female and pulled her out of the car, causing cuts and bruises to the female's arm. The male was arrested and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence. 0910-2708 L12.
Two witnesses saw a male suspect breaking into the trunk of a vehicle in the parking lot on the Pleasanton side of the station. The suspect ran from the witnesses and into the station, where he was promptly arrested by BART police officers. The suspect was booked for burglary at the Santa Rita Jail. 0909-0567 L12.
An officer responded to a report of a possible domestic dispute and found an adult male arguing with an ex-girlfriend over visitation rights with their young son. The male subject became uncooperative when the officer attempted to determine what was going on. It was later determined that the male would not allow the ex-girlfriend to leave with the child. The subject physically resisted the officer's attempt to detain him and with the aid of an off-duty BPD officer was able to subdue him after a physical struggle. The subject was arrested and booked on the above charges.
After getting into a verbal dispute, a woman battered the father of her child outside the BART station. The victim sustained no serious injuries. The female, who was on probation, was arrested and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for spousal battery.
A male subject who was asleep on an out-of-service train became combative upon being awakened by an officer. After a brief struggle, the officer placed the subject under arrest. The subject was booked at the Santa Rita Jail for resisting arrest and for violating his parole. 0904-2760 L12.
An officer responded to the station to investigate a report of an adult male who had just exited the station without processing a ticket. The suspect was detained nearby and a warrant check revealed that the suspect was wanted on a felony no-bail warrant for burglary. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and arrested and booked for the warrant.
A passenger on a train at Dublin/Pleasanton Station had her cellular phone forcibly taken from her possession by a male in his 20's. The suspect fled the area prior to the arrival of responding officers.
An adult male who had been detained for fare evasion initially gave a police officer a false name. Upon verification of the subject's true name, a warrant check revealed a felony no-bail arrest warrant for a parole violation. The subject was arrested and booked for falsely identifying himself, and for the outstanding warrant at the Santa Rita jail. 0809-0509. S32.
After parking their vehicle, a dating couple got into a heated argument over her infidelity. Angry at the accusation, the female began striking the male in the head while holding her car keys. He sustained a minor laceration to his forehead and she was arrested and booked for battery.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of a bicycle theft that had just occurred. The adult male suspect was located on board a train with the stolen bicycle. The suspect was a parolee with a prior conviction for theft. The suspect was booked for petty theft with priors.
Officers responded to the station after the station agent reported a subject yelling profanities at him over a fare dispute. Officers detained the responsible and determined that he was a parolee-at-large wanted by the Department of Corrections. A search incident to arrest found that the subject was in possession of cocaine for which he was also charged and booked.
The station agent reported that an adult male suspect fare evaded into the station via the emergency gate. The suspect fled when the arriving officer approached him on the platform. The officer chased the suspect back out through the entrance to the station and a short distance toward the parking lot. The suspect stopped, and faced the officer with clenched fists. The officer struck the suspect with his baton and finally subdued him on a concrete sidewalk. The suspect refused medical treatment, and was booked in county jail for fare evasion and resisting arrest. The officer was treated at a local hospital for scrapes on both hands and pain in one knee after hitting the concrete.
An adult male who threatened to shoot a crew of BART car cleaners on the platform of the station was arrested and booked for threatening to do bodily harm to the car cleaners as well as to responing officers in addition to having an outstanding $10,000 drug violation warrant. The suspect was not armed and the incident appeared to be unprovoked.
A male subject was contacted at the Dublin / Pleasanton Station for being inside the station after train service had stopped and also for being intoxicated. It was determined the subject had two outstanding traffic warrants with a combined bail amount of 35,000 dollars. The subject was transported and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A 27-year-old male fare evader, who was also a missing person out of Merced, battered a BART police officer who had tried to detain him in the parking lot. Dublin, Pleasanton and BART police personnel responded code 3 to the scene. The officer received treatment at an area hospital for a laceration above his left brow and a swollen eye. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for battery with injury on a peace officer, and resisting arrest.
Officers contacted a subject on the platform after witnessing the subject harass a train operator. The subject became combative with the officers, and had to be physically restrained. The subject was arrested and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for resisting arrest and for public drunkeness.
A female patron had her purse stolen in a strong arm robbery. The victim was dragged along the parking lot where the offense occurred. The suspect was described as a male, 18-20 yrs. of age. Loss was a purse containing $250 cash, a wallet and cellphone.
Officers responded to the East Dublin station for a report of a disturbance on a train. Upon investigation it was discovered the primary suspect was drunk in public, and had an outstanding DUI arrest warrant. The suspect was arrested and booked at the Santa Rita jail.
A station agent confronted an adult male who walked out the emergency exit gate without processing a ticket. The suspect tossed his ticket at the agent, and began yelling at him. When an officer arrived, the suspect assumed a fighting stance and challenged the officer. The officer struck the suspect's leg with his baton, and with the assistance of an off duty parole officer, took the combative suspect into custody. The suspect was booked.