A patron called to report that a male suspect slapped him in the head (unprovoked), causing his headphones to fall off. An officer arrived and contacted the suspect. The victim was not injured and declined medical attention, but wished to place the suspect under citizen's arrest. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and then issued a citation for the misdemeanor battery on a patron section.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a male and female involved in an argument. Upon their arrival it was determined that the female had swung at the male with her purse which resulted in the male taking the female to the ground. Both the male and female were subsequently placed under arrest for domestic violence and for being drunk in public. A prohibition order was issued to the both the male and female prior to being booked into the county jail.
A victim called to make a late report on an auto burglary at Millbrae Station. The victim reported that they parked and locked their vehicle in the East parking lot (space #2006) on 6/13/16 between 08:30 and 21:30. When the victim returned to the vehicle, they discovered that an unknown suspect had broken the left rear window and removed a gym bag and a rolling cooler from the rear seat.
The station agent reported that a male suspect had opened the door of the station restroom while naked, and was screaming. Officers responded and contacted the man to check his welfare. The man was able to care for his own safety, but record checks showed that he had a valid stay-away order from all BART stations. The man was arrested and booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
The victim reported seeing an unknown White male suspect inside of her blue 2012 Nissan Juke as she approached the vehicle in the 2nd level of structure (stall 565). The suspect, described as 20-30 years of age and wearing an “old” black leather jacket, told the victim he was looking for a place to sleep before he fled from the structure on foot. An officer responded, but was unable to locate the suspect. The vehicle’s right front window was smashed to gain entry, and its interior ransacked, but the victim reported nothing was taken. The officer processed the vehicle for fingerprints and completed report.
A female victim reported that a male suspect attempted to snatch her purse. The victim was able to retreat to her vehicle, and the suspect fled to city streets. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. The victim was not injured.
A station agent called to report a female possibly smoking from a crack pipe in the station. An officer contacted the female and determined that she had a $50,000 warrant for theft. She was taken into custody for the warrant and also found to be in possession of a crack pipe, but no narcotics. She was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A victim reported the theft of their black Volcano mountain bike from the station. The bike was secured with a chain and lock on 3/24 at 1830 hours and when the victim returned at 0830 hours on 3/25, the bike was gone.
Officers responded to a report of a battery on a train operator at the Millbrae Station. Officers located the suspect and placed him under arrest for battery on a transit employee. While in custody, the male attempted to commit suicide . The suspect was placed on an emergency psychiatric detention and was transported to a local hospital. The male was cited out on the battery and was given a prohibition order.
Officers were dispatched to check on a report of a male and female involved in a physical altercation. Officers were unable to locate the couple, but a San Mateo deputy sheriff located them nearby. The male had a small cut to his lip and said the female had hit him. The female has a restraining order which orders her to stay away from the male. The female was booked into the Redwood City Jail for domestic violence and violation of the court order. She was also issued a prohibition order. The male, who declined medical attention and/or an emergency protective order, was found to have a $70,000 family court warrant. He was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
Officers responded to the Millbrae Station for a report of a battery on the station agent by a female. The agent was closing the station when the female entered the station, flailed her arms and struck the agent. The female was placed under arrest for battery and was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Redwood City Jail.
An officer responded to the Millbrae Station for a report of a male trying door handles of cars. An officer detained the male and determined he did not enter any vehicles. A records check showed the male had two felony no bail warrants issued by Contra Costa County and two misdemeanor warrants issued by San Mateo County for 5K each. The male was placed under arrest on the warrants and was booked at the Redwood City Jail.
A car cleaner employee reported that a female suspect was acting erratically on the platform, causing the employee to abandon their work and leave the area. The suspect went to the bathroom and locked herself inside. Responding officers met the woman when she exited the restroom and attempted to detain her for investigation. The woman refused to cooperate and became highly agitated. The woman pulled away from the officer's grasp and OC spray was used, but the woman fled to platform #2, where she was finally detained. Officers determined that the woman required psychological evaluation. She was treated at the scene for exposure to OC spray and was transported by ambulance to Mills Peninsula Hospital for psychiatric evaluation and treatment.
An officer responded to a report of a vandalism that occurred to the front of a BART train car at the Millbrae Station causing misdemeanor damage. This was reported and witnessed by a station agent and foreworker. The officer searched the area and located a possible suspect at a local fast food restaurant. The station agent responded and positively identified the suspect. The foreworker later responded and positively identified him as well. The suspect was booked into the Redwood City Jail for vandalism.
A retired BART Police Officer reported losing their retiree police badge and identification card while a passenger aboard an Uber vehicle from the San Jose Airport to the Westin Hotel, Millbrae, between 0030 and 0115 hours. An officer contacted the retiree and completed a report. The badge and identification card were entered into the Automated Property System, police agencies were notified via teletype, and TSOC was notified as well.
A female train operator working on the platform reported that a male suspect approached her and asked when the next train left. The T/O told the man that the last train for the night had already left and that he would have to wait until morning. The man then began making explicit sexual remarks toward the T/O and then began to move toward her. The T/O keyed onto the train and then locked herself in the T/O cab for safety while calling for help. Responding officers detained the man after a brief struggle. The T/O made a citizen's arrest of the man. The suspect was arrested for making criminal threats and was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. The T/O was not injured.
A patron reported that their 2004 Acura TSX was burglarized while parked in stall #1224, between 0820-1830 hours. An unknown suspect gained access by door cheat. The interior was ransacked, but there was no loss identified.
Officers responded to an out of service Pittsburg bound train for an intoxicated male who was refusing to off board the train. The male threatened officers and resisted them when they attempted to place him in handcuffs. The officers used force to place the male in handcuffs and under arrest. A sergeant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. The male was booked for public intoxication, resisting arrest and interfering with a Railroad.
Officers were dispatched to a fight on a train at the station. The train was held until officers contacted all parties involved and determined that one of the males had started the fight with other patrons on the train. The male suspect was determined to be in need of psychiatric evaluation. He also was found to have a $40,000 warrant for disturbing the peace. No one wished to pursue a complaint for battery, so the male was transported for a psychiatric evaluation with a criminal hold for the warrant. He will be booked for the warrant after he is evaluated and released.