A male attempted to take a large contained of broken glass onto a down escalator. A station agent and a supervisor stopped the man and he reacted by attempting to strike them with his fists. The male then made death threats towards the employees. Officers responded and contacted the male outside the station. The employees responded to identify the male and to place him under citizen's arrest. The male was identified and he was placed under arrest for assault and making death threats. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The male was booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
Patrons aboard a Dublin/Pleasanton train reported a male was threatening to shoot patrons aboard the train, no weapon was brandished. The suspect was described a Black male, all black clothing and carrying a white bag. Trains were held on the platform with doors open. Prior to the arrival of the officers, the suspect exited the train that was holding on platform #1 and disappeared off video camera. Officers arrived and searched both trains for the suspect, with negative results. Trains were released and trains were directed to conduct run troughs until the station was searched. Once the station was cleared, train service resumed. Train service was delayed for approximately 20 minutes.
While on patrol, a sergeant contacted and detained a subject for obstructing passage inside the station. A wants check revealed that the subject had an outstanding $75k misdemeanor warrant issued by the San Francisco County Superior Court charging petty theft. The subject was arrested and booked into the SF County Jail for his warrant.
A records check on a person detained by Officer R. Barrera for blocking free movement revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of San Francisco for theft. The subject, identified as Arturo Delacruz (12/17/74), given a warning on blocking free movement and was placed under arrest on the warrant. An officer detained a subject (Delacruz, Arturo / 12-17-74) for blocking free movement in the station. Sergeant M. Lee arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the subject.
Officers contacted an adult male for blocking free movement. The male refused to cooperate in the investigation and eventually became combative. He had to be physically restrained and was taken into custody for resisting arrest/delaying an officer. He was cited for blocking free movement and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for resisting arrest.
Officers responded to the Embarcadero Station for a report of a male blocking free movement inside the station. The male was lying across the hallway and refused to move for the officers. The officers attempted to identify the male but he refused to cooperate did not have any identification. A sergeant responded and approved the arrest for blocking free movement and failure to provide satisfactory identification. The male was booked at the San Francisco County Jail and jail staff confirmed his identity. The male had five infraction warrants issued by SFPD. The male was booked for blocking free movement and the warrants. An additional charge for providing false identification to a police officer was added.
While working the fixed-post assignment at the station, an officer detained a male subject believed to have outstanding warrants. A records’ check then confirmed the following warrants for the subject’s arrest: A $50K felony narcotics warrant and a $10K misdemeanor fraud warrant - both held by the San Francisco Police Department, and an outstanding $708 infraction warrant held by the BART Police Department. The subject was arrested for the warrants without incident, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest. A search of the subject’s property, incident to the arrest, further revealed he was in possession of altered BART tickets, tools commonly used to produce altered tickets, and drug paraphernalia. The subject, who is homeless, was also found to be on probation for petty theft. Subsequently, the subject was booked into the county jail for the listed warrants and charges.
A victim reported a person grabbed a $200 iPhone 5 from her hand while they were on the platform and fled from the station in an unknown direction. There were no injuries or weapons. The phone had no tracking device and a search for the suspect by officers proved negative.
A record check on a person detained for a possible stay away order from BART stations revealed an outstanding no-bail felony arrest warrant out of the California Department of Corrections for parole violation. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant. The suspect had numerous prior contacts with BART Police, but there was no BART stay away order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A station agent reported a male was panhandling at the station and was known to have a court order prohibiting him from being from the station. Officers responded and contacted the male. A records/warrant check revealed the male had a valid "stay away" court order. The male was placed under arrest and will be booked at the San Francisco County Jail, once medically cleared at the hospital. A sergeant approved the arrest.
While on patrol, officers contacted and detained two individuals for fare evasion. A wants check on one of the individuals revealed an outstanding $75k warrant issued from the SFPD charging burglary and grand theft. The suspect was arrested and booked into the SF County Jail for her warrant.
A victim reported an unauthorized $20.00 transaction was made on her missing Visa card sometime on 5/14/14 at the Embarcadero Station. The victim reported her card had been missing since 1800 hours on 5/14/14.
Officers contacted a male to conduct a welfare check. The male was sleeping on the concourse level of the Embarcadero Station. When the male sat up, a glass pipe (used to consume narcotics) rolled out from under him. Officers also saw suspected narcotics on the ground next to the male. The male was placed under arrest and was searched prior to booking. During the search, an officer discovered additional narcotics on the male. The male was booked at the San Francisco County jail for the narcotics violation and three SFPD infraction warrants. A sergeant approved the arrest.
A subject detained for fare evasion by officers was found to have an outstanding $3K misdemeanor weapons warrant, issued by the Alameda County Sherriff’s Office, for his arrest. Officers placed the subject under arrest without incident, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the county jail for the warrant.
A victim reported a man came from behind and grabbed a $300.00 black Samsung Galaxy S4 cell phone from her hand while they were on the platform. There were no injuries and the suspect fled from the station toward the Market and Beale Street exit. Video requested.
A warrant check on a person detained for panhandling revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of San Francisco for narcotics. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the subject.
A subject detained for fare evasion was found to be on narcotics probation, with a full search clause. The officers searched the subject, pursuant to the search clause, and found that he was in possession of a narcotic. The subject was then placed under arrest for possession of the narcotic. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was reprimanded for fare evasion and booked into the county jail for possessing the narcotic.
A train operator reported seeing a male suspect wayside near the interlocking between Embarcadero and Montgomery Stations. Service was delayed slightly as incoming trains approached in road manual mode. The suspect returned to the platform and the station agent followed him until responding officers detained him. Record checks showed that the suspect had a stay-away order from all BART stations. The man was arrested for trespassing on railroad property and for violation of a court order and was booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
The victim was exiting the BART station at the Beale St. stairwell, when she felt the suspect walking closely behind her. The victim felt a touch to her back and when she turned around, she saw the suspect running away from her and back into the station. She immediately noticed her white/gold iPhone 5S with a light pink and white case was missing from her coat pocket. The victim described the suspect as a BM, approximately 35 years of age, 5'-06", dark complexion, "kind of homeless", with a pointy nose and carrying a green shopping bag. The victim was unsure if her phone had tracking. Officers conducted an area check for the suspect with negative results. Station video is being requested.
The on-duty station agent notified officers of a subject possibly selling tickets inside the station. Officers contacted the suspect who was in possession of a large number of BART tickets. The suspect consented to a search of his person where officers located altered BART tickets, scissors, glue, and a pipe used for smoking narcotics in his possession. The suspect was placed under arrest without incident. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was booked into the SF County Jail on the above listed charges.
Officers attempted to detain a male suspect for fare evasion. The suspect resisted the detention, but was taken into custody after a struggle. The man was arrested and booked at the San Francisco County Jail for resisting arrest and fare evasion.
The station agent reported that a chronic quality of life violator had been in and out of the station during the evening. Officers responded and eventually located the male suspect. Record checks revealed that the man had three outstanding $15,000 arrest warrants for counterfeiting fare media, held by BART PD. A search of the man incident to arrest revealed additional counterfeit tickets and the tools necessary to make them. The man was arrested and booked at the San Francisco County Jail for his warrants and for counterfeiting fare media.
A female reported that a male suspect (BM, 20s, red hat, camouflage jacket) removed her iPhone 5 from her purse as she was on the Beale Street escalator, exiting the station. She felt the purse moving and noticed that it was unzipped as the suspect left the area. She tried to follow him on the street level, but lost sight of him. Officers searched the area, but were unable to locate him. The phone was not able to be tracked. Station video will be requested.
Officers were detailed to the station regarding a subject underneath an East Bay bound train at the station. Police, fire and paramedics responded to the scene and located the female subject underneath one of the lead train - cars. The subject was responsive and was eventually extricated by rescue personnel. Paramedics transported the subject to a local hospital for further medical attention. Based upon witness statements, no foul play is suspected. Aside from receiving medical attention, the subject was placed on a psychiatric hold as well.