A 51-year-old female patron fell down the escalator. Paramedics responded and pronounced the woman deceased. There does not appear to be any evidence of foul play. Detectives and ID Technicians were notified. The Coroner's Office responded, conducted their investigation and took custody of the body.
At 1054 hours, Train Central advised a man was under a train on trackway #2 of the Montgomery Station. SF Fire, BART PD and BART Transportation responded to the station. The man was removed at 1125 hours and transported to an area hospital. BART PD is handling the investigation and train service was restored at noon. Based on station video, no foul play involved.
Patrons reported a male attacking another male after trying to take the victim's cell phone. Officers located the suspect after he tried to leave the area and he was identified by the victim. The suspect (Reuben Mitchell, 27 years, Oakland) had an $80,000 warrant for assault and a $5,000 warrant for violation of a court order. He was issued a prohibition order and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for attempted robbery and the warrants. The victim sustained minor injuries.
Officers responded to the Montgomery Station for a report of a male (Anthony Rivens, 62 years, San Francisco) creating a disturbance. Rivens was detained and a records check revealed a 7K arrest warrant issued by SFPD. Rivens was booked into the San Francisco County Jail.
A patron reported that a male suspect snatched his iPhone and fled from the train. The suspect was described as a black male, 5'10" tall, wearing a red hooded sweatshirt. The suspect fled to the street and was not located by responding officers.
A male victim reported that two male suspects (BM juveniles, one wearing a white hoodie) held him down while they took his laptop computer and ran out of the train and out of the station. The suspects were not located.
While aboard a Dublin-bound train at the station, a black male suspect suddenly snatched the victim’s iPhone 6-plus and ran from train. The victim was not injured, and the investigating officer was unable to track the phone, nor locate the suspect. Station and train video will be requested.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a Black male, 6’, wearing a gray hoodie and black pants, who was on the track way. Upon the arrival of officers, the suspect was no longer on the track way. During the detention, the suspect attempted to back away, forcing officers to grab him. The suspect resisted the officers and was eventually placed into handcuffs. The suspect provided a false name to the officers before providing his true name. The suspect was later booked into the San Francisco Jail on the above listed charges. Officers were unable to locate a witness to the original complaint.
A female victim reported that a male suspect (BM, 15 years, black beanie, black clothing, with multiple other subjects) grabbed her purse while on the train. The suspect fled off of the train and was not located. The purse was recovered on the platform. Train/station video will be requested.
Patrons on board the Millbrae bound train reported that a black male in his 50's appeared to be foaming at the mouth and might not be breathing. Officers intercepted the train and located the man, who was unresponsive. Paramedics removed the man from the train and performed CPR on the platform for about 30 minutes before pronouncing the man deceased. The SF Medical Examiner responded, but was unable to identify the man. There were no indications of foul play, and it appears that the man suffered some sort of medical emergency. The incident train was delayed for about 27 minutes.
Per San Francisco Police Officers, trains were held out of the station as they searched for a male suspect who was said to have been involved in an armed robbery on a city street. The suspect was reportedly on the #1 trackway and headed toward the Embarcadero Station. A combination of BART and San Francisco Police officers searched both trackways between the Montgomery and Embarcadero stations, but did not locate the suspect; two other involved suspects were detained, and a handgun recovered, by San Francisco Police Officers in their jurisdiction. Trains were delayed for approximately 45 minutes. TSOC notified (“Jeff”).
A male patron reported that a group of teenage suspects took his phone while on the train, and then ran from the station out the Post Street exit. The suspects were described as three black males and two black females. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects in the area and the phone was not equipped with tracking.
A station agent reported that an adult male suspect slapped him in the chest. The suspect left, but was located by responding officers and the station agent identified him as the responsible party. The suspect then resisted arrest and had to be physically restrained. He was issued a prohibition order before being booked for the listed charges. No one requested medical attention as a result of the suspect's actions.
Officers responded to the station regarding reports of an explosion on track way 2. Subsequently it was determined a track way insulator had exploded, and no act of sabotage and/crime had occurred. The station was evacuated and eventually closed for the evening as track repair crews responded, while trains single-tracked past the station for the remainder of revenue hours. No injuries were reported by any patrons or employees. L10/L22
10-31-16, 1730 hours While on a Dublin bound train at the Montgomery Station a victim and suspect got into a verbal altercation. The dispute turned physical and the victim suffered a severe injury to his left eye area and behind his left ear. The victim was transported to Highland Hospital and the suspect was transported to the SF County Jail.
Officers detained a male suspect for reportedly disturbing the station agent. A subsequent wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed an active stay away order prohibiting him from BART property. The suspect was then placed under arrest for violating the order and booked into the San Mateo County jail. The station agent did not wish to pursue a complaint against the suspect.