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.
A custody argument resulted in the father of the child pushing the mother of the child. No injuries were sustained. The father was arrested for domestic battery and booked at the San Francisco City Jail. 1009-1472 L12.
A system service worker recognized a subject as having had an altercation with another system service worker on a previous occasion. The former notified dispatch and officers were able to apprehend the subject who was arrested and booked on several outstanding warrants including battery on a transportation worker and a narcotics offense.
A BART Community Service Assistant saw a man jump onto the trackway at the Glen Park Station. The man ran into the tunnel towards the Balboa Park Station. Trains were held out while the trackway was searched with negative results. The man was later found on the San Francisco City College Campus and was placed on an emergency psychiatric detention.
Officers were dispatched to Glen Park station to investigate a report of a fight on the platform involving as many as 10 juveniles. Investigation revealed that a female juvenile was chased into the station by at least six other juveniles who battered the victim and took her cell phone. The suspects fled the area in a white car and were not located. The suspects are possibly known to the victim.
An officer contacted a fare evader who provided a false name and resisted arrest. The officer was able to take the suspect into custody and located a no bail warrant for his arrest. The adult male suspect was booked at San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
Officers responded to the station after an adult male was reportedly creating a disturbance by yelling profanities. The subject was contacted and found to have an outstanding $20,000 domestic violence warrant in addition to a non-citeable theft warrant. The subject was booked on both warrants.
A warrant check on a male subject detained for fare evasion revealed an outstanding no-bail arrest out of San Francisco for burglary. The subject was arrested for the warrant and booked at the San Francisco city jail. 0907-2242 L12.
A sergeant was flagged down by a BART employee who reported finding a body in the brush near the parking lot. Medical units responded and pronounced the person deceased. The case is currently being investigated by the BART Police Detective Division.
Trains were held and searched at Glen Park Station after a burglary suspect wanted by the San Francisco Police reportedly boarded an SF Airport bound train at Civic Center Station. Responding officers conducted a search of the station and the possible incident train and were unable to locate the suspect who was described as a male approximately 18 years of age.
A passenger on board a train was robbed of $20 and his BART ticket by an adult male who simulated a weapon and threatened to kill him. The suspect was apprehended at Glen Park Station and booked on a charge of robbery.
A suspicious unattended package on-board a train at the Glen Park station resulted in the evacuation and closure of the station for approximately 3 hours while the San Francisco Police Department Bomb Squad examined the item and determined that it was not an explosive.
After the station had closed, a suspect inside the Glen Park BART station broke a window attached to the station agent's booth. The investigation is continuing to determine if the suspect had concealed himself inside the station prior to closing.
An officer was in the station parking lot when she observed two juvenile/young adult males drive into the lot and park a Honda Accord. The passenger walked up Arlington Street and the driver walked toward the corner of Diamond and Bosworth Streets. The officer checked the plate and discovered that the vehicle had been reported stolen by Berkeley PD. The officer arrested the 17 year old driver, and later cited and released him to his mother's custody.
A subject was reportedly lighting a fuse on a train car at the Glen Park Station. Officers arrived and determined there was no merit to the report. Trains were held for 21 minutes, including response time and investigation.