The victim and her boyfriend were standing on platform #2 around 0000 hrs this morning, when the suspect, described as a BF, 28 yrs, 5'-06", 165 lbs, bro hair, bro eyes, wearing a blk/whi t-sht with horizontal stripes, asked to use her whi iPhone 4. The victim gave the suspect her phone and the suspect ran up the escalator. The victim gave chase, but was blocked by two black females, one with a baby in a stroller, who were also on the up escalator. The victim's boyfriend ran after the suspect, but was unable to catch up to her. The suspect was seen getting into a 06' Toyt Highlander, gry. The two BF's who were on the escalator, later began spitting on the victim because they were mad that the victim tried to knock the baby over as she chased the suspect. The victim believes these two BF's, one described as 23 yrs, 5'-04", 115 lbs., bro hair, bro eyes and hair in a ponytail, wearing a drk bro jkt and the other as 20 yrs, 5'-05", 135 lbs., bro hair, bro eyes wearing a khaki jkt, hair in a ponytail, were possibly accomplices of the first suspect. The victim was not injured and did not make the report right away because she did not want to miss the last train of the evening. The victim called to report the incident later in the morning.
The operator of the Richmond bound train reported possibly striking a man who was on the M2 track as the train entered the station. Responding fire personnel searched under the train and located an adult male with severe head injuries. The man was transported to SF General Hospital for treatment. The man later succumbed to his injuries at the hospital. The man had no identification on his person. A tentative identification has been made, pending confirmation by the SF Coroner's office. The investigation is ongoing, but there is no indication of foul play in this incident.
A patron had their iPad snatched from their hand by a suspect who fled from the station on foot. The suspect was described as a light complected black male in his 20's, about 6' tall, with a short afro, wearing a black windbreaker and blue jeans. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect.
A woman reported that her silver-colored, 18-speed, women’s mountain bicycle had been stolen from the bicycle racks today between 0840-1820 hrs. The victim could not provide the bicycle’s make, model, or serial number. The bicycle had been secured to the bike rack with a U-bolt-type lock, which was still attached to the bike rack.
A victim reported the theft of his Bianchi men's bicycle from the Glen Park BART Station. Victim locked his bike on 07/16/12, around 0830 hours and returned on 07/17/12, around 0100 hours and discovered his bike was missing. The u-lock and helmet was left on scene, in tact, indicating that the frame was possibly cut. 1207 - 2749 L22
A patron reported that a male suspect in dark clothing grabbed her iPhone from her hand while she was on an unknown train at Glen Park Station. The suspect fled the train. The victim remained on the train and reported the crime at the 24th Street Station. The victim could not provide any further description and does not believe she will be able to identify the suspect. The phone did not have tracking capabilities. Station video will be requested.
A patron reported that her 4G I Phone was snatched from her hand by a male suspect, described as a BM, late teen to early 20's, and wearing a black hoodie, while they were on board an SFO Airport bound train approaching the station. The suspect ran off the train and out of the station. The victim off boarded at the next station and reported it to the station agent. The victim was not injured during the theft. 1206- 0867 L14
A woman reported that a male suspect had stolen her i-pad from her hand aboard a Pittsburg/Bay Point train. The suspect dropped the i-pad on the ground and the victim managed to retrieve it. The suspect fled through the station and up Diamond St. on foot. (suspect description: B-M, mid 20’s, 5-10, all-black clothing including a black hooded jacket or sweatshirt)
The station agent reported that a man, who had loitered in the station for 20 minutes, had apparently stolen a bicycle. The station agent heard what sounded like metal snapping. He saw the suspect holding a severed chain that had an intact lock attached to it. The suspect then left the station with the bicycle, the chain, and the lock, heading towards Bosworth St. The owner of the bicycle later returned to the station and spoke to the investigating officer. The loss was a specialized Sirus 21-speed men’s bicycle, along with a Master lock and chain. The officer recovered two pieces of a severed link of the chain. The chain looked as if it had been severed with bolt cutters. (suspect description: W-M, 30 years old, 6-0, 180, thinning blond hair, unshaven, white sunglasses, black leather “motorcycle” jacket, blue jeans)
A male adult victim was robbed of his iPod while standing on the platform at the station. The suspect was described as a black male in his 20's, tall and thin, wearing a hat, a baggy blue shirt under a black zipped jacket. The suspect threatened to shoot the victim, although no weapon was displayed. The suspect fled from the station on foot. SFPD and responding BART officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. The victim was not injured.
The station agent reported a domestic dispute between a male and female in the station plaza area. The male then left towards Bosworth and Mission Streets. The female walked to the station agent’s booth and told the agent the male suspect pushed her. Officers responded to the station. The battery occurred off-property and a block away at Diamond St. and Monterey Blvd. SFPD was notified and responded to the station. The male suspect is known to the female victim and was gone when the officers arrived on scene. The female victim stated she is 1-2 months pregnant and the suspect is the father. The female stated she is not hurt and refused medical, although medical was summoned as a precautionary measure as the victim stated she is pregnant.
Officers responded to a disturbing the peace report on a train at the station. According to an anonymous report party, a disheveled looking white male was being loud and throwing a bottle on the train. There was no victim standing by on the train. Officers located a possible suspect (Robert Jones, WM, 04/11/1957) who fit the general description and who they recognized as a “regular” with a stay-away order from BART. The violation of the court “stay-away” order was confirmed and the suspect was arrested and booked for such.
Officers responded to the station on a third-party report of a battery with a cane on an elderly female with the male suspect leaving towards Diamond Street. An officer located the suspect near Diamond and Cherney Streets, and physically detained him in handcuffs as he was not cooperative. The victim positively identified the suspect. After further investigation, it was determined there was no battery. The victim did not want to pursue an assault complaint. The suspect did fare evade and was cited for such via a citizen’s arrest by the station agent. The suspect was also cited for delaying an officer in the course of his duty.
A woman reported that her Apple i-phone had been snatched out of her hand aboard a Daly City train. The suspect escaped through the station and ran northeast on Bosworth St. A lieutenant and officers conducted an unsuccessful area search for the suspect. (suspect description: BM, 20 years old, just under 6’ tall, medium build, dark blue hooded jacket or sweatshirt with the hood up, blue jeans)
There have been numerous reports of cellular phone thefts occurring in the San Francisco BART stations over the past couple of days. On Friday, 1/20/12 from 2153-2328 hrs, there were three (3) reported thefts from persons at the Glen Park BART station alone. Losses were cellular phones in all cases. The suspect in also cases had similar descriptions: BM, 19 yrs, 5’9”-5’10”, hooded sweatshirt. On Saturday, 1/21/12, officers researched resent BART suspects for similar crimes in the same area and located a possible suspect. A records check was conducted on the suspect and he had an outstanding felony arrest warrant for carrying a loaded firearm in public. On Sunday, 1/22/12, a BART officer spent much of the morning at the Glen Park BART station in hopes of seeing the suspect. He showed a picture of the suspect to the Glen Park station agent and told the agent to contact Dispatch if he saw the suspect. A few minutes later, the station agent saw someone who matched the suspect's description and notified BART Police Dispatch. A BART officer and SFPD officers responded to the station. The BART officer saw the suspectexit the station area and walk away briskly. The BART officer to the subject and asked him to stop, but he would not comply and cursed at the officer. The BART officer and SFPD detained the subject and confirmed his identity as the suspect they were looking for with the felony warrant; and he was subsequently arrested on the warrant. The arrestee appears to be a person of interest in a slew of recent BART thefts of cell phones from persons in SF: 1201-2153, 1201-2869, 1201-2875, 1201-2967, 1201-2995. BART Detectives responded to the Powell Street BART police facility to interview the arrestee. Upon his arrest today, the suspect was in possession of a cell phone from one of the previous mentioned theft cases. Outstanding team work by all involved in this case!
A man reported that his i-phone had been snatched out of his hand by a male suspect who fled on foot from the station. (suspect description: B-M, 19 years old, thin, black-hooded sweatshirt/jacket with hood up, black jeans)
A patron/victim reported to the station agent that a suspect took their iPhone and fled. The victim was on the platformwhen the suspect grabbed her phone and ran. Apparently other patrons chased after the suspect. The suspect description is a BM, 20’s, blond streaked hair and dark clothing. According to witnesses, the suspect got into a vehicle and fled. The license plate number of the vehicle is 3FLG777, which is listed as a 1994 Acura Integra, Green, 2 Door, out of Elk Grove, CA. It is unknown if there are multiple suspects in the vehicle. SFPD was updated with this information.
A station agent reported seeing approximately a dozen males in their early 20s wearing black hoodies smash the top of the fare gates with claw hammers. The suspects also sprayed painted the words “Charles Hill” and “Oscar” on the station floor and wall, and broke the flower vendor booth lights. The suspects fled toward a nearby park, and were gone upon the arrival of officers. All fare gate Clipper Card readers were broken, but the revenue ticket readers were still operational. A hammer, spray can, and personal effects possibly belonging to the suspects were recovered outside the station. TSOC notified. 1109-1098 L12.
A victim reported their phone was snatched by a male suspect on a south bound train at the station. The suspect then ran off the train. The victim contacted the station agent at Daly City station to report the crime. The suspect is described as a BM, wearing a black sweater, hat and sneakers. There are no known suspects at this time.
Officers responded to a call of an intoxicated subject lying down by the fare gates and screaming and yelling racial slurs. The subject is well known to BART Police and Station Agents. The BART Officer arrived and determined that the suspect was Publicly Intoxicated. As the officer attempted to place the suspect into custody he resisted. The officer struggled with the suspect but he was able to place him into custody. The suspect was booked at the San Francisco Jail for Public Intoxication, Resisting Officer, and a small outside traffic warrant.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a male subject chasing another male subject on the platform. Trains were held out until the scene was secured. The subjects subsequently ran topside to the street and were detained by officers. The subjects are known to each other and the incident started in SFPD’s jurisdiction over a cell phone. The case was turned over to SFPD. There was about a 7 minute train delay.
The train operator of a Daly City bound train reported that there was a person under the train after the train pulled into the station and ran over the person, who had been laying on the trackway. BART Officers and the San Francisco Fire Department responded and determined that a female had been under the train, but she had climbed out from under it on her own and was on the platform when they arrived at the station. The female (in her 40's) received a very minor scrape to her wrist, but was otherwise uninjured. She admitted to officers that she intended to harm herself, but that the train had gone over her (3-4 cars) and did not strike her. Officers and SFFD inspected the trackway under the train to confirm that no one else was under the train before releasing the train back into service. The station was closed for approximately 55 minutes due to the incident. The female was transported by ambulance to San Francisco General Hospital on a psychiatric hold.
A male suspect grabbed an iPhone from the hand of a female victim and fled out of the station. The victim gave chase, but was not able to catch the suspect. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect. The victim was not injured during the theft. The suspect was described as a black male, 18 years old, 5'6-5'7, wearing a white shirt and blue jeans.
A station agent reported that a 38-year-old man had threatened to jump in front of a train. Officers detained the subject, who was subsequently transported to San Francisco General Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
A male juvenile grabbed an iPhone out the hand of a patron who was sitting on a Millbrae bound train. The juvenile suspect exited the train, fled from the station, and boarded a bus. The suspect was detained by the police and positively identified by witnesses. The juvenile suspect was given a citation for grand theft and released to a parent. 1010-1953 L12.