A male, Darryl Edward LOWE (Antioch, 56 years old), was contacted for fare evasion and found to have a stay away order from all BART stations. LOWE was taken into custody for the violation of the stay away order and booked into Alameda County jail. 1802-1102 L15.
Nathaniel Smith (2/1/62, San Francisco) was arrested on a No Bail warrant out of San Mateo County for 344PC and 368(D)PC at the Lake Merritt Station. He will be booked for the warrants once medically cleared.
Thomas O'Bannon (29 years old, San Francisco) was arrested for battery on a peace officer, resisting a police officer and resisting arrest. O'Bannon was issued a prohibition order and booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
An adult male was detained for damaging pay phones inside the station and discharging a fire extinguisher into the agent's booth. The man was transported to John George Pavilion for psychiatric evaluation, with a criminal hold for vandalism and battery on a transit worker.
Charity Sok (32 years old, Oakland) attempted to steal a Trek men's mountain bike from the bike racks at the Lake Merritt Station. Sok was arrested for attempted theft, possession of burglary tools and a probation violation. Sok was booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail.
BART officers arrested a robbery suspect (Kevin Marshall STEVENSON, 33 years, Oakland) as he entered the station. A weapon and money were recovered. Oakland Police officers took custody of the suspect a short time later. 1801-04067 L10.
Officers were riding trains and detained a female (Traci Ray, 47 years, Dublin) for smoking a suspected controlled substance on the train. A records check showed Ray had a 25K arrest warrant and was booked into jail.
A male subject (Quinton WATKINS / 31 years old / Pittsburg,CA) was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant and violation of a court order. WATKINS was booked into Santa Rita jail in Dublin. 1712-1358 L15.
James Isham (39 years old) was detained for taking a patron's bag. A records check revealed Isham had a $25,000 outstanding warrant. He was transported and booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
Officers responded for a report of a domestic battery that occurred. Officers located the involved suspect, victim, and witnesses. Officers arrested the suspect for domestic battery, but because of an unrelated health condition, the suspect was transported to the Highland Hospital and to be booked once cleared.