Officers detained a fare evasion suspect, who they determined to be on active parole. The suspect was in possession of several articles of clothing which were stolen from Macy's, and a pipe commonly used for smoking drugs. The officers booked the suspect, and at the request of his parole officer, placed a 'parole hold' on the suspect.
A report was received regarding two subjects smoking marijuana on-board a train at the Embarcadero station. While officers searched the train at the Powell station, the subjects were observed off-boarding. When officers attempted to contact the subjects, they fled but were apprehended at street level. One of the subjects, 17, was found to be in possession of marijuana and a concealed dirk or dagger made for stabbing. He also had a no-bail warrant for possession of stolen property. He was arrested and booked into juvenile hall for the above. The other subject, 19, was not found to be in possession of any contraband and there were no witnesses regarding his smoking or marijuana possession. He was released with a warning.
Two females in their late teens to early twenties attempted to rob a 15 year old female of her cell phone. The offense took place on the platform level of the station and was originally reported as a fight in progress. The suspects boarded an East Bay bound train which was later searched with negative results. The victim suffered no loss.
As an adult male subject fare evaded, the station agent called to him telling him he had to pay his fare. The subject returned and shouted profanities. He then spat upon the agent. Officers arrived and located the suspect. He was arrested and booked for battery upon a station agent.
Officers intercepted a Pittsburg bound train regarding a report of a male suspect masturbating on board. A woman patron identified a male juvenile whom she said was aggressively masturbating under his clothing, while staring at her. The juvenile, who was on probation, was arrested and booked at the Youth Guidance Center.
A male in his late teens was believed to have been in possession of a firearm which was tucked in his right front pants pocket according to a patron. The suspect, according to the witness/reporting party, off-boarded a train at Embarcadero station. The statin was searched with negative results.
An adult male suspect took a handheld video game unit from the hands of an adult male victim, while aboard a train at the Embarcadero Station. The victim chased the suspect, while the latter discarded the game unit on the platform. The victim continued the chase but lost sight of the suspect as they exited the station. The victim recovered the property. There was no force or fear used in taking the game unit.
A patron had his iPhone snatched from his possession while on board a train at Embarcadero station. The victim gave chase and during the pursuit, the suspect in possession of the iPhone threw it into the middle of Market St. A car eventually ran over the phone. The suspects were described as three to four juvenile females.
Male suspect contacted on train for fare evasion. Suspect detained for failure to provide satisfactory identification. Further investigation revealed suspect provided false name to officers upon initial detention. Suspect found to have $5,000 warrant out of Oakland PD for false imprisonment. Search incident to arrest yielded a concealed dirk/dagger on his belt. Suspect booked at SF County Jail for felony possession of a dangerous weapon and the outstanding warrant.
A street clothed BPD sergeant was en route to work at Powell Street, on-board a Daly City bound train departing West Oakland Station. The sergeant observed a seated suspect masturbating himself through his jeans. The sergeant had the suspect off-board at Embarcadero Station, where the suspect was found in possession of 113 rocks of cocaine. The suspect was arrested and booked on the aforementioned charges.
An anonymous female caller called SFPD via 911 to threaten that "Something is ticking in the station (EMS) and is going to blow up." The caller repeated the threat and hung up. The station was searched with negative results.
A female patron was descending the stairway at the Fremont St. entrance when a group of juveniles approached her from behind and wrestled her iPOD from her possession. The suspects fled the scene and were not located by responding officers.
A sergeant walking through a Richmond bound train, observed a suspect holding a small bag of heroin. The sergeant had the suspect off-board at Embarcadero Station. The suspect was in possession of additional heroin, and also had an outstanding warrant for a narcotics related offense. The suspect was arrested and booked.
On yesterday's date, at 09:27 hours, an adult male subject took a wallet from the pocket of an adult female while riding an ascending escalator from the Embarcadero Station. The suspect was gone on arrival of officers. Today, at 11:45, the victim saw the suspect at a restaurant in the Westfield Mall. Officers were advised and took the suspect into custody. The subject was booked for grand theft from a person.
The train operator of a Dublin bound train was punched and kicked by an adult male who jumped through the train operator's cab window as the train pulled into the station. A male passenger came to the train operator's aid and pinned the suspect to the ground until officers arrived at the scene. Train operator declined medical treatment and was allowed to continue on with his run. The suspect was booked for battery upon the train operator. The assault appears unprovoked.
A subject reported by the station agent as possibly under the influence of an unknown substance and harassing patrons, caused injury to himself by running into a wall and knocking himself out. Paramedics transported the subject to the hospital where he later expired.
A BART officer working a plainclothes assignment at Embarcadero station was pushed from behind by a female suspect. The officer identified himself to the suspect and the suspect continued to attack him causing minor injuries. The officer subdued the suspect and the suspect was booked for battery on a police officer. 0606-2673 S-44
hrs. A man calling from a payphone in downtown Oakland claimed that four devices would explode aboard a train at Embarcadero station within 5-15 minutes. The threat was not deemed credible. As a precaution, the station and four trains were swept. No unusual objects were located and there were no substantial service delays.