A victim reported the theft of his bicycle and helmet while they were locked to the racks at the station with a cable lock. Occurred on 8/3/2017 between 0900 - 1800 hours. Late report, as victim initially filed an online report with the San Francisco Police Department.
An Officer arrested the suspect after he was positively identified by a witness for exposing himself and masturbating in the free area of the station. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the SF County Jail.
The victim reported the theft of his bike, a black 21-speed Huffy mountain bike, which occurred today between the hours of 0900-1327. The bike was secured with a U-lock to the bike rack in the paid area of the station. The owner could not provide a serial number.
A victim reported that their vehicle was burglarized while parked in the lot between 0725-1705 hours. A shaved key was used to gain entry and a set of keys were taken. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
A station agent called to report that a female suspect punched a female victim in the face. Officers arrived and contacted all parties. The victim was uncooperative and declined any medical or police assistance. She did not have any visible injuries. It was determined that the two are in a dating relationship. The suspect was taken into custody for domestic violence. The victim had to be physically restrained as the suspect was being placed in the patrol car. A supervisor responded to conduct the use of force investigation. The victim declined an emergency protective order or any domestic violence literature. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic violence.
The victim was aboard a Daly City bound train approaching the Glen Park Station, when the suspect, described as a Black male, mid-20's, 5'11", short afro, wearing a loose white t-shirt and blue jeans, approached the victim and asked why the victim was staring at him. The suspect began to intimidate the victim before attempting to snatch his phone. The suspect was unsuccessful in taking the victim's phone because the victim struggled to retain the phone. As the train stopped at the station, and the train doors opened, the suspect snatched the victim's phone from his hand and fled from the station. The victim remained on the train and reported the crime at the Millbrae Station. The victim's phone, an iPhone 6, was unable to be tracked because the suspect apparently disabled the tracking capability. The victim was not injured and said he could identify the suspect if seen again. Station video will be requested.
A BART station agent reported a verbal altercation that was escalating between two male subjects. One of the suspects reportedly was holding a pair of scissors. The officers attempted to detain the suspect, but the suspect ran and subsequently physically resisted. The officers were able to eventually arrest the suspect. The suspect continued to resist so he was placed in the WRAP. Two victims positively identified the suspect and stated that the suspect threatened to kill them while holding the scissors in a threatening manner. The suspect was taken to the hospital and is to be booked into the SF Jail for resisting arrest, brandishing a weapon, and criminal threats once cleared. A sergeant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. The suspect was additionally issued a prohibition order.
A BART Officer saw a suspect exit without paying his fare. The suspect tried to walk away and not submit to the lawful detention. The Officer had to push the suspect against a wall to prevent his escape. A Sgt conducted the use of force investigation. The suspect was transported to the San Francisco County Jail.
A victim reported the theft of her silver and green Giant XTC 24" bike from the bike rack. The bike was secured with a cable and U-lock at 0815 hours on 3/10 and when the victim returned at 1815 hours, the bike was gone.
BART and SFPD officers responded to a report of a female subject on the Millbrae train holding an ice-pick and making stabbing motions. The train was held at the Glenn Park Station. Officers made contact with the subject and determined that the weapon was actually a straw. During the investigation, it was determined that the subject was a danger to herself and subsequently taken to the hospital for evaluation. A sergeant conducted the use of force investigation.
An officer was conducting a welfare check on an adult male who was sleeping on the platform. While speaking with the officer, the suspect struck the officer with an open hand. The officer was able to tackle the suspect to the ground and hold him until a cover officer arrived and assisted with taking him into custody. The male had a $5,000 warrant for lewd acts in public. He was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for battery on an officer, resisting arrest and the warrant. The officer did not sustain any injuries.
A victim reported the theft of their 27" purple bike (unknown brand). The bike was secured with a cable lock on 12/13 at 2000 hours and when the victim returned on 12/17 at 1030 hours, the bike and lock were gone.
A patron to the station agent at 16th St. Station reported that there was a male subject on board an SFO train threatening patrons with a meat cleaver. The incident train car held at the Glenn Park Station while BART and SFPD officers responded Code 3. The officers searched the incident train car and a witness flagged them down and pointed out the suspect. The officers took the suspect into custody without incident and located 2 kitchen knives (3” blade) on his person and on his backpack. Investigation into the matter revealed that the suspect did not brandish the knife at anyone, but that he was holding it as he was mumbling profanities to himself. The suspect was deemed a danger to others so he was transported to the SF General Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. A lieutenant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. TSOC was notified.
A victim reported the theft of their dark green Specialized Rock Hopper men’s bike, valued at $300.00, while it was cable locked at the station between 0800 and 1930 hours. An officer responded and completed a report.
A female suspect detained by an officer for reportedly disturbing others was found to have an outstanding misdemeanor battery warrant (no bail) and an infraction warrant ($2,500), both held by BART Police, for her arrest. The officer placed the suspect under arrest for the warrants without incident, and then notified the on-duty lieutenant of the arrest. The officer then booked the suspect into the county jail for the warrant only as there were no complainants for the earlier reported disturbance.
A female victim reported that her male friend pushed and punched her while the two were in the free area of the station. A sergeant and an officer responded and detained the suspect on platform level. The victim then positively identified the suspect and placed him under citizen’s arrest for battery, and the officers took custody of the suspect. During the detention/arrest, the officers learned of an active court order which prohibited the suspect from entering BART property, so he was placed under arrest for that violation as well. The sergeant approved the arrest. After being issued a prohibition order, the suspect was booked into the county jail for battery and violating the court order. The victim was no injured and declined medical attention.