Officers stopped a male (Londell Gulley, 21 years, San Francisco) and a female (Cassidy Garcia, 23 years, San Francisco) as they fare evaded out of the Embarcadero Station. Gulley ran from the officers and was taken into custody after a brief foot pursuit. Garcia was cited and released. Gulley was cited for fare evasion and was booked for resisting arrest.
9/14,17, 0903 hours Officers were contacted by a victim of a theft at the Embarcadero Station. The victim pointed out a suspect (Jolesa Alexander, 25 years, San Francisco) who was detained. Officers were contacted by a second victim and Alexander was booked for two counts of theft at the San Francisco County Jail.
Passengers reported a male (Njawa Pendar, 40 years, San Jose) battered a passenger on a Daly City bound train. Officers located Pender and placed his under arrest. Pendar was booked into the San Francisco County Jail.
A suspect grabbed a victim's backpack and fled off a Richmond bound train that was stopped at the Embarcadero Station. The victim chased after the suspect, caught him and recovered their property but was battered by the suspect. The suspect fled before police arrived.
A victim reported that a male subject (dark skinned black male, 25-30 years old, wearing all black) snatched her Iphone 6 plus and then fled towards Market and Spear St. The victim was uninjured.
A suspect (Black male, 30s, 5'7") defeated the lock on the station agent's booth located at the secondary end of the Embarcadero Station. The suspect entered the booth and removed a cell phone from the lost and found. The suspect fled after being confronted by a system service worker.
A female victim reported that a male suspect (unknown race, thin build, green or blue canvass jacket and black backpack) struck her across the face with an open hand and stole her gray IPhone 6 at the Embarcadero Station. The victim, who refused medical treatment, complained of pain to her face and left hand. The suspect exited the station via the Spear Street exit and fled the scene.
A victim reported the theft of their fanny pack containing a wallet, credit card and an IPhone 6 from the Embarcadero Station. The victim sat the property on a bench and it was stolen by an unknown suspect.
A Deputy Chief, lieutenant, sergeant, and officers conducted directed fare evasion enforcement that yielded in 10 citations, 6 warning citations, and an arrest for resisting arrest and providing false identity to a peace officer. The operation occurred during the morning hours. L21
Witnesses reported that a female juvenile attempted to rob a female patron while on the Daly City bound train. The suspect was part of a group of about 10 juveniles. The suspect was described as a black female, wearing a pink shirt and denim shorts. The suspect pepper sprayed the victim and a male companion, before fleeing from the station. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects in the area. The victims were not injured.
A victim reported that a suspect took their iPhone 7 from their hand while in the station and the suspect and an accomplice (BMs, one in a grey hoodie, no further description) ran out of the station. The victim was not injured and the phone was not able to be tracked. Station video will be requested.
Officers detained a suspect for strong arm robbery. The suspect took a cell phone from a victim and a struggle ensued. The suspect was taken to jail for the offense after he was given a Prohibition Order. An officer took the report.
Officer responded to the station to investigate a report of a robbery on-board a Dublin bound train. Victim was able to recover his property with the assistance of another citizen who was punched in the face by the subject before fleeing the scene. Officer canvassed the area and was unable to locate the subject.
An officer detained a subject for smoking an unknown substance on board a train. The suspect refused to identify himself during the detention and was subsequently arrested for delaying an officer. During the search incident to arrest, the suspect’s identification was located, as well as narcotic paraphernalia. The suspect was placed under arrest for delaying an officer, possession of narcotic paraphernalia, and a parole violation. The suspect was transported to the San Francisco county jail for booking.
A victim reported that one of three teens (BMJs in black clothing) grabbed her iPhone from her hand and fled out of the station. The victim was not injured and the phone could not be tracked. The suspects were not located. Station video will be requested.
Officers saw a male fare evade to enter the Embarcadero Station and detained the male on the platform. The male refused to identify himself and a struggle ensued as the officers attempted to place him in handcuffs. The male was booked for fare evasion and resisting arrest.
A patron reported via email and phone that she was the victim of a sexual battery on 2/9/17, about 1720 hours. A male suspect grabbed the victim's buttocks while she was on the platform. The victim shouted at the suspect, who then attempted to grab her crotch. The victim punched the suspect in the nose, making it bleed. The victim boarded an arriving Daly City bound train and left the station. The suspect was last seen on the platform. The suspect was described as a black male in his 20's, 5'3" tall, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with the hood up, and carrying a backpack. The victim was not injured.
A station agent called to report a male entering the trackway on the platform #2 side at the north end of the station. The central supervisor also reported receiving an alarm notification of a person entering the trackway and saw a shirtless male entering the trackway on the #2 side. The station agent also reported that the male was in possession of a hammer. Trains were held out and officers responded to the platform. They spotted the male after he had crossed over to the #1 trackway and were able to convince him to drop the hammer and come back onto the platform. Once on the platform, the male resisted being detained and was "tased" and physically restrained. Medical aid arrived and he was placed on a psychiatric evaluation hold after it was determined that he was a danger to himself. A lieutenant responded to conduct the use of force investigation. Three officers reported receiving minor injuries as a result of the struggle. TSOC was notified (Case #TSA-02-03181-17).
A male suspect detained by an officer for reportedly being suicidal was found to have two outstanding vandalism warrants (one “no bail” and the other with a $5K bail amount). The officer placed the suspect under arrest for the warrants, transported him to the hospital for medical/psychiatric clearance and then booked him into the county jail.