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.
A victim reported a male stole his cell phone while he was sleeping on a Dublin bound train. The train held at the Glenn Park Station until the officers arrived. The victim told the officers that he was asleep on the train and other patrons told him the male took his phone but no witnesses came forward. The alleged suspect stated he did not have the victim's phone and allowed officers to search him, with negative results. The detained male was identified and released. The victim did not want to pursue the matter and the train was released after a 14 minute hold.
An officer detained a male subject for fare evasion. During the detention, the subject attempted to walk away from the officer - who then physically restrained him, and a brief struggle ensued between the two. During the struggle, the subject tripped and fell to the ground which enabled the officer to handcuff the subject without using further physical force. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation, and approve the (resisting) arrest. The subject was then booked into the county jail for resisting arrest. No injuries were sustained by the officer or the subject.
A 15 year old female victim reported that while she was on the train, she fell asleep. She was awakened by a male suspect (BM, 40-50, 5'7", medium build, missing teeth, black knit cap, black jacket) was masturbating in front of her. He told her to watch him and made other lewd comments. The male followed her as she exited the train at the Glen Park Station. She left the area and did not immediately report the crime. Once she called (about 1 1/2 hours later) officers interviewed her. Detectives were notified and train/station video has been requested. This case is very similar to the earlier case (1505-0719).
A victim reported a person grabbed a white Apple iPhone 6 from her hand while on the platform. The suspect fled from the station toward Diamond Avenue. There were no injuries and video was requested.
A male and female became involved in a dispute with the station agent because the female had attempted to throw a traffic cone onto the tracks. The agent asked the two to leave the station. When the agent returned to the concourse, the male suspect brandished a knife at the agent and threatened to stab the agent. The two left the station, but were located a short distance away by responding officers. The agent placed the male under citizen's arrest. The agent was not injured. The male suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the San Francisco County Jail for brandishing a knife and making criminal threats. TSOC notified.
While on patrol, an officer contacted a subject who was involved in a fare dispute. A wants check revealed that the subject had a misdemeanor $7,500 warrant charging petty theft with priors issued from the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. The subject was arrested and booked into the SF County Jail for her warrant.
The station agent called to report a male who was panhandling at the station and had threatened to hit the agent with his cane when the agent asked him to leave the area. An officer arrived and contacted the male. The male grabbed onto the officer and tried to pull him to the ground. The officer, who was not injured, was able to get the suspect into custody. The station agent placed the suspect under citizen's arrest for the threats. The suspect was treated on scene for a scrape to his arm, which occurred during the struggle with the officer. Once treated, the suspect will be booked into the San Francisco County Jail for criminal threats, battery on an officer and resisting arrest. He will also be issued a prohibition order.
An officer contacted an adult female for fare evasion and discovered that she had a juvenile warrant for her arrest and was listed as a missing person. The female, who recently turned 18 years old, was transported to child protective services for the warrant (at their request).
Patrons reported two males involved in a fight on the Millbrae bound train. Officers and SFPD officers responded and located both parties. The investigation determined that the suspect battered the victim on the train. The victim declined to make a complaint. Officers determined that the suspect qualified for an emergency psychiatric evaluation. He was detained and transported to San Francisco General Hospital for evaluation. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. The Millbrae train was delayed about 11 minutes as a result of this incident.
Officers responded to a report of a fight on a train that had arrived at the station. Further investigation revealed the two parties were in a dating relationship. A record check on one of the parties revealed an outstanding no-bail felony warrant out of San Francisco for domestic battery and a restraining order prohibiting her from the other party. The other involved party was deemed the dominant aggressor, placed under arrest for domestic battery, and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A patron reported by phone that their black 1998 Acura Integra 2 door was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #11 between 0915-1845 hours. The method of entry was unknown, and a $100.00 garage door opener was taken from inside the vehicle.
An officer responded to a report of a male aggressively panhandling at the Glen Park Station. The male was contacted and a records/warrant check revealed the male was on probation with a search clause. The male was searched and officers discovered narcotics violations. No one came forward to make a complaint for aggressive panhandeling. The male was placed under arrest for the narcotics violation and was booked at the San Francisco County Jail. A sergeant responded and debriefed the male.
A BART employee reported a vehicle in the lot with a smashed window. An officer responded and noticed that the passenger window was smashed and the interior ransacked. The officer was unable to determine the loss, but the exterior of the vehicle was processed for evidence and a note left for the owner to contact us upon their return.
A patron reported that their purple 1997 Honda Accord was burglarized while parked in the lot between 1310-2210 hours. An unknown suspect used a shaved key to enter the driver's door and stole a blanket, a pair of shoes, $25 in cash and the vehicle registration.
A BART employee called to report that some fiber optic cable had been vandalized. The damaged cable was located in an emergency exit at the south end of the platform. The cable was reportedly cut at 1315 hours on 5/13 and an alarm was triggered. The actual location of the damage was not located until 0900 hours on 5/14. The repairs are estimated to cost $5,000.