The on-duty station agent notified the ISRC of the suspect who was inside the station. The agent advised that the suspect had a stay away order from the station as well as the agent, himself. When officers arrived, they placed the suspect under arrest. The suspect was debriefed by the sergeant before being booked into the San Francisco Jail for violation of the stay away order.
A female victim reported a man was fondling her inner thighs while she was asleep on a San Francisco bound train. The suspect off boarded the train at the Embarcadero Station, and the victim reported the crime when she arrived at the Montgomery Street Station. Officers were unable to locate the suspect. There were no injuries. Video requested.
A subject jumped down onto track way from the platform causing the SF bound train to hold and the third rail to be powered down. The subject was extremely agitated when officers arrived. Officers were able to get the subject safely off of the track way and detain him on the platform. It was determined that the subject was in need of a psychiatric evaluation. The subject was transported to SF General on a 5150 W&I hold. Trains were delayed for approximately 6 minutes. TSOC was notified.
An anonymous party reported that an adult male was intoxicated and harassing patrons aboard an airport bound train at the Embarcadero Station. An officer responded and off boarded the male from the train. No one came forward to lodge a complaint against the male. The male gave a false name to the officer and attempted to walk away from him several times. The officer attempted to place the male into handcuffs but the male resisted. After a brief struggle, the officer was able to place the male into handcuffs, without injury. The male was identified and debriefed by a sergeant. The suspect was booked at SF Jail for public intoxication.
An adult female reported that a White male suspect (20's, 6 ft, 150-160) grabbed her cell phone from her hand at the Embarcadero Station. The female was sitting on a bench and holding her phone, when the male grabbed the phone from her hands. Loss was an Apple I-Phone 4G ($200). Officers responded and attempted to track the victim's phone, but were unsuccessful.
An officer on a fixed post detail stopped an adult male for fare evasion. A records check revealed multiple warrants for a variety of crimes, totaling approximately $100,000. The male was debriefed regarding BART related crimes by the zone sergeant before being cited for the fare evasion and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrants. 1211-2255 L16 #UPDATE: Subject was admitted into S.F. General Hospital for health problems. Subject was released from custody and the warrants were reactivated in the system. 1309 hours.
A man was detained by officers for trespassing in the track #2 tunnel at the north end of the platform. A BART work crew escorted the man out of the tunnel and kept him under observation until the officers arrived on scene. The suspect was arrested for trespassing in the tunnel and for public intoxication. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant, who also approved the arrest. The suspect claimed to have been trying to walk home after missing the last train out of the station. The suspect was booked into the San Francisco Jail. TSOC was notifed.
An officer working a fixed post detail on the platform was able to take an adult male suspect into custody after the suspect had snatched an iPhone out of the hand of a female victim. The phone was recovered and returned to the victim. Video will be requested. Detectives were notified to respond to interview the suspect. The suspect will be booked into the San Francisco County Jail for Grand Theft from a Person.
Officers responded to a report of a man beneath a Daly City train at Embarcadero station. Two witnesses said that they saw a white male jump in front of the train as it entered the station. The officers located the victim beneath a train car located in the rear third of the consist. The man appeared to be dead. Upon arrival, paramedics and San Francisco Fire Department personnel confirmed that the victim was deceased. The station was closed. The coroner's office was notified and provided an estimated time of arrival of 2130 hrs., due to other calls. The on-call detective was notified and arranged to obtain video coverage of the incident. Notifications have been made and TSOC was advised. The coroner and police personnel cleared the scene at 2311 hrs.
BART Central located at person walking through the TransBay Tube via their video cameras from the Embarcadero Station toward the West Oakland Station. Officers responded to the Embarcadero Station, San Francisco Vent Structure, Oakland Vent Structure, and the West Oakland Station to conduct a search for the suspect. The TransBay Tube was closed for service as officers and BART Central coordinated their resources to begin their search. The suspect was located and taken in custody for trespassing. Service was restored at 2021 hours. TSOC was notified.
A K-9 officer watched an adult male fare evade by using the elevator to exit the system. After contacting the male and checking him for warrants, the officer discovered that the male had a $50,000 warrant for possession of a firearm. The male was taken into custody without incident. After being debriefed regarding his knowledge of BART related crimes, the male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant and cited for fare evasion.
A man reported that a person took a wallet from his rear pants pocket while he was inside the station earlier in the day at 1050 hours. The suspect, described as Black male, 5’8”, bald head, and wearing a windbreaker, black pants and a black backpack, fled the station toward Market and Beale Streets. The victim chased the suspect but was unable to catch him. The wallet contained $7.00 and miscellaneous credit cards. No one was injured. Police video hotline was notified. 1208-3625/3670 L12
Asa woman boarded a Dublin bound train at the station, a man followed her onto the train and took a wallet out of her purse. Another patron witnessed the theft and, along with an off-duty police officer, detained the suspect until an officer arrived at the scene a few minutes later. The suspect was placed under arrest for grand theft and was booked at the San Francisco Jail. 1208-3196 L12.
A train operator observed a black male, wearing baggy pants, in the Trans Bay Tube on platform 2. The train operator told the suspect to get back on the platform, which he did. Officers made contact with the suspect on the platform. A records check revealed a CDC warrant charging larceny and a parole violation. The suspect was taken into custody on the warrant and booked into the San Francisco County Jail. The train operator who witnessed the suspect in the tube was gone upon the officers' arrival. TSOC notified.
An officer responded to a report of a woman possibly in possession of a stun gun on a train approaching the Embarcadero Station. A stun gun was found on the suspected person, and a warrant check revealed the suspect had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of Santa Clara County for larceny. The suspect was arrested on the warrant and the stun gun was placed into evidence.
A patron reported the theft of her iPhone. The suspect (described as a Black male, 6', young, wearing a grey Cal Republic hoodie with a flag on the front and blue jeans) grabbed the phone from the victim's hand and then fled to the street level. Officers were not able to locate the suspect. Station video has been requested.
While riding a Daly City bound train, two adult females were verbally harassed by two adult females suspects who began a verbal argument with the victims and then began to physically fight with the victims. Officers responded and detained the involved persons. Video evidence was recovered and witnesses were located which indicated that the two suspects had instigated the argument and the physical battery against the victims. One of the suspects was on parole and her parole officer was contacted and notified of the incident. One victim received scratches from the battery, but declined medical assistance. The suspects were cited for battery on a transit passenger.
A BART Officer contacted an adult female patron who reported that she boarded a Pittsburg bound train at the San Francisco Airport Station about 1400 hours, today’s date. She stated that her Apple lap-top computer was attached to the top of her roller suitcase. The victim said she was distracted over the death of a family member and did not notice that someone removed the laptop from her suitcase. A suspect was not seen. A request for possible video evidence was made.
A patron reported that while she was on the Fremont Street escalator, coming down into the station, a male took her iPhone from her and fled. She described the male suspect as a Black male wearing blue jeans, a light blue jacket and a baseball cap with a red bill. Officers could not locate the suspect and were unable to track the phone. Station video will be requested.
An officer contacted a man who had been harassing female patrons and a station agent. The suspect was determined to be intoxicated and unable to care for himself. He also had a $10,000 Livermore misdemeanor theft warrant. The suspect was arrested for public intoxication and the warrant, debriefed by a sergeant, and booked into San Francisco Jail.
The station agent called to report a male suspect who tried to strike him and made threats to stab him with a ball point pen. At one point, the male suspect swung his fist and grazed the agent's forearm. The male then fled the area on foot and was not located. The agent described him as an unknown race male, 30-35 years of age, 6'0", wearing a black shirt with money logos on it, blue jeans and red and white shoes. The agent was not injured.
An officer spotted a known parolee on the platform. The officer had information that the parolee had a warrant for his arrest. After making contact and checking for warrants, the officer discovered that the suspect not only had a no bail warrant from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, but he also had an infraction BART warrant. The suspect was debriefed regarding his knowledge of BART related crimes before being cited for the BART warrant and booked into San Francisco County Jail for the no bail warrant.
The San Francisco Police Department reported that a bank robbery suspect had fled from the bank at 101 Spear Street and had possibly fled into the station. Officers from BART assisted SFPD officers in searching the station and a train that was on the platform. Trains were delayed for approximately seven minutes during the search. The suspect was not located.
A patron was standing on a train near the doors when an unknown suspect grabbed an iPhone from the patron's hand and fled on foot from the train with the loss out of the station and on to the city streets. The suspect was described as a black male, 20-25 years old, 6', 170 pounds wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, plaid shirt and jeans. The suspect was not located.