A patron reported that they were stuck in the face with a skateboard while in the station. The suspect was described as a Black male, light complexion, 19-20 years old, 5'07", medium build, with short dark hair, wearing a black puffy jacket. The suspect was in the company of another subject who tried to batter her. The second suspect is described as a Hispanic male, late teens, 5'04", skinny build, wearing a multi-colored baseball cap, white shirt, blue hooded jacket, and blue baggy jeans. The victim suffered minor injuries.
Officers arrested and booked Garrett Humphrey (36, San Francisco) into the SF County Jail for resisting arrest, outstanding warrants, and battery on a peace officer stemming from a trespassing contact.
The (female) victim reported that while aboard a Pittsburg/Bay Point train, at the station, a male juvenile shoved her and took her iPhone. The juvenile then fled from the train shortly before the train left the station. The victim remained on the train until arriving in downtown Oakland where the robbery was reported to an officer.
Two male subjects (Darnell PERRY, 42 years of age & Anthony ROBINSON, 51 years old) were taken into custody after battering each other with deadly weapons. Arrestee Robinson was also taken into custody for an outstanding misdemeanor arrest warrant. Both were booked into San Francisco County jail after being treated for their injuries and both were issued prohibition orders.
Officers detained a male (Dawon DAVIS, 26, Oakland) for fare evasion. Record checks showed that Davis had an outstanding $25,000 arrest warrant for burglary, held by ACSO. Davis was arrested and booked at the SF County Jail.
Officers contacted a male (Reginald Perkins, 25 years, Richmond) acting suspiciously on the train. He was found to have a valid court order to stay away from all of BART and a $2,500 warrant for theft. He was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the court order violation and the warrant.
Officers placed a male (Chris Espinoza, 29 years, Oakland) under arrest for public intoxication, battery on an officer and resisting arrest. Espinoza was booked into a local jail and was issued a prohibition order.