A family member called to report their elderly family member missing. The 92 year old female was last seen using the restroom at the station. Her family members did not see her come out of the restroom, but when they checked, she was not longer in the restroom. The lady has dementia and is in need of her insulin. He name is Ying Lai. She speaks Cantonese and limited English. She is described as Asian, 5', 135 lbs, wearing a rose colored jacket with fur around the collar and blue pants. Trains were checked, system announcements are being made (in stations and on trains) and Fremont PD was notified. She has been entered into the Missing Persons System and a BOLO was sent out. Detectives are drafting a flyer (with a photo) and media release at the time of this entry.
An Officer contacted a subject for fare evasion. During the contact, he determined she was too intoxicated to care for herself and had a $20,000 warrant – ACSO for DUI. A Sergeant responded to the scene and debriefed the subject on BART related crimes. The subject was booked into the Fremont jail for drunk in public and on the warrant. She was issued a citation for fare evasion.
At the station, a train operator witnessed a male subject running down the track way toward the Union City Station. The male was of an unknown race, and wore a baseball cap, red sweatshirt and khaki pants. Trains operated in road manual while officers checked the area between the Fremont and Union City stations with negative results. TSOC notification made. 1111-1103 L12.
A male subject called 911 from the station payphones stating he was feeling suicidal and that he had a gun. Fremont PD responded and detained the subject without incident, with BART PD officers arriving soon thereafter. The subject did not have any weapons in his possession. The subject was detained for psychiatric evaluation and transported to Washington Hospital by responding medical personnel.
An officer responded to the Fremont BART station platform to off-board a male subject who was reportedly swinging a hammer and refusing to off board the train on platform 1 by the train operator. Upon the officer's arrival, the subject refused to off board and the train was held for 18 minutes until Fremont officers arrived to assist in off boarding the subject The subject was determined to be a danger to his own safety, and was transported to Washington Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. 1110-1122 L12.
A BART Officer contacted an adult female for fare evasion at the station via the emergency gate. A warrant check revealed the suspect had a no bail misdemeanor warrant for failing to appear in court when she was a juvenile. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for the warrant.
An officer received a report of a woman smoking “crack” on a VTA bus. The officer contacted the suspect near the hot dog vendor. She admitted having been smoking cocaine aboard the bus, and consented to being searched. The officer found a pipe and crack cocaine in her jacket pockets. A sergeant facilitated the suspect being interviewed. She was then booked into Santa Rita Jail for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The station agent reported a male suspect fare evaded into the station and boarded a train. An officer contacted the suspect, who was verbally abusive towards the officer, uncooperative and attempted to walk away. The officer attempted to stop the suspect, but he physically resisted and pulled away from the officers grasp. Two off-duty State Department officers were nearby and assisted the officer in detaining, and handcuffing the suspect. The officer sustained a wrist injury as a result of the contact, but refused medical at the time. The suspect sustained a minor scratch is his leg and refused medical at the time. The suspect was arrested booked for resisting arrest and fare evasion.
An officer stopped a fare evader at the Fremont BART Station and discovered that she had a no bail warrant for petty theft. The suspect was cited for Fare Evasion and booked at Santa Rita Jail for the warrant.
An officer contacted a subject who reportedly urinated on the station platform; as witnessed by a train operator. The officer determined the subject was intoxicated in public and unable to care for his own safety. The subject was arrested for public intoxication and booked for such.
An A/C transit bus driver reported two adult male subjects at the Fremont BART station that appeared to be under the influence. BART Officers arrived and detained two subjects that they were under the influence of drugs. One of the suspects was later determined to be in possession of a white powdery substance but presumptive tests were unclear as to what it was. Both of the subjects were booked at the Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication. The substance will be forwarded to crime lab for further examination.
A BART Officer contacted an adult male subject for fare evasion. A subsequent records check revealed that the suspect was on probation for carrying a concealed weapon. He also had a court order to stay away from all BART Stations as a result of that case. The subject was arrested for the Court Order Violation and cited for Fare Evasion. The suspect was booked at the Fremont Jail.
A BART officer contacted a male subject in the paid area of the station for possible fare evasion. The subject stated he did not have a BART ticket to exit. A warrant check revealed the subject had an outstanding no bail warrant for burglary out of Alameda County. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was taken into custody. The subject was debriefed by the officer concerning criminal activity in the BART system with negative results. The subject was transported to Alameda County Jail for booking.
An adult male suspect known to have been ordered by the court to stay away from all BART stations, was seen by officers exiting the Fremont Station. Officers confirmed his identity and the status of the order before arresting him for violation of a court order. The suspect was then booked at the Fremont City Jail for the charge.
An officer contacted a suspect for fare evasion at the station. A records check was conducted and the suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant ($15,000) out of Union City PD. The warrant was for unauthorized possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested on the warrant and booked at Santa Rita jail.
An officer contacted a male suspect for fare evasion at the station and proceeded to issue him a citation. The suspect refused to sign the citation. The sergeant responded to the station and the suspect still refused to sign the citation. The suspect was arrested for fare evasion and refusal to sign the citation; and subsequently booked at Santa Rita jail.
A 54 year old male victim was waiting for a bus at the east side of the Fremont Station near the south exit. A black male in his early 20’s 5’11”, black P-coat w/hood, blue jeans, and white tennis approached him and asked for a cigarette. The victim told the suspect that he did not have any and the suspect became upset. The suspect hit him with what the victim described as a 40 ounce bottle. The strike knocked the victim to the ground and the suspect started kicking the victim in his ribs and tried going into his pockets. The victim said the suspect was unsuccessful at getting into his pockets. The suspect then left the area. A few patrons were nearby and heard the commotion but did not actually see the assault. Fremont Officers and BART Officers responded to the scene. A search for the suspect proved negative. BART Officers interviewed persons at the station, investigated the scene, and took a statement from the victim who had been transported via ambulance to Washington Hospital in Fremont. The victim received a cut and a knot on his head where he was struck. The victim was going to be treated and released from the hospital. The video hotline was notified of this crime.
A BART Police Officer was conducting a security check at the station when he was flagged down by Fremont Police Officers. The Officers requested a hold on the train that was already on the platform, to search for an armed robbery suspect that just occurred in their jurisdiction. The suspect was described as a black male wearing a gray “addidas” hat, black jacket, and armed with a gray revolver. A subject matching the description was off-boarded and detained by the Officers. A search of the entire train for the weapon was conducted with negative results. An in-field show on the detained subject was also negative. There was a 10 minute train delay.
A 14 year old female called to report an adult male aboard the train who was staring at her while fondling himself. The victim reported that she had previously seen the suspect masturbating while on a train months ago, but she did not report the incident at that time. Today, she recognized the suspect from the earlier incident and he began to stare at her while he reached into his pants and began fondling his genitals. An officer was able to contact the suspect as he off-boarded the train and he was subsequently arrested for annoying/molesting a child, a lewd act in public and infraction warrants. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for those charges.
A male subject contacted the station agent regarding being robbed and not feeling well. The station agent stated the subject was not making any sense. A BART officer responded and determined the subject was depressed, and taken a questionable amount of medication. The subject had a $50,000 misdemeanor warrant for threats out of SFPD. A psychiatric hold was placed on the subject and he was transported to Washington Hospital by paramedics for evaluation. The subject was later cleared medically and booked on the outstanding warrant at the Santa Rita jail.
An older, intoxicated man aboard a train had reportedly claimed to have a gun, although none was seen. The reporting party left the scene. BART police responded from Hayward. Fremont police arrived at 1710 hrs. and searched the train. The suspect was not located and the train was released at 1716 hrs. Revenue service was delayed for 15 minutes.
A female suspect was detained for fare evasion. The woman refused to comply with the officer's orders and resisted being detained by striking and kicking the officer. The female was taken into custody after a short struggle. The officer suffered a minor cut to his hand. The female was not injured. She was booked at Santa Rita Jail for battery on an officer and resisting arrest.
A man reported that he had been robbed, in the bus zone, of his cell phone and $30. The 4 or 5 male-juvenile suspects fled towards Washington Hospital. No weapons were used, the victim was not injured, and the victim recovered the phone. (suspects' descriptions: 4 or 5 B-Ms, 16-17 years old; one with a black-hooded jacket;another with a white t-shirt and blue jeans; no clothing descriptions on others)
A female patron sitting in the lead car of the train was approached by a female suspect, who demanded the victim's iPhone and iPod. When the victim refused, the suspect brandished a knife and threatened to stab the victim. The suspect was interrupted when the train operator, who witnessed the altercation, opened the train cab door. The suspect fled on foot and left the station toward the bus zone. An area check by BART and Fremont officers failed to locate the suspect. The suspect was a black female, 16-24 years old, with a thin build. She had long hair worn in a ponytail and was wearing a white sweater and gray jeans. The victim retained her property and was not injured in this incident.
A male suspect reportedly brandished a firearm at a male victim while on a bus at Fremont Station. The suspect then entered the station and went to the platform. One revenue train was on the platform at the time of the incident and was held until it could be searched for the suspect. BART and Fremont PD officers conducted a hazardous train search for the suspect, but were unable to locate him on the train or on the platform. The train was delayed 38 minutes as a result of this incident.