A patron on a Milbrae-bound train had her iPhone snatched from her possession by a male in his mid to late teens. The suspect committed the theft as the train arrived at Montgomery St. Station. The suspect and two female companions, also in their teens, fled the train and station. A search of the area by responding officers failed to locate the suspect and his companions.
An adult male patron was seated aboard a Pittsburg bound train with his lap top on the seat next to him. When the train doors opened at Montgomery Street Station, an adult male suspect grabbed the lap top and walked off the train. When the victim confronted the suspect on the platform, the suspect punched the victim's face, dropped the lap top and fled prior to the arrival of responding officers.
A man was followed into an elevator by three male suspects while inside the Montgomery Street station. One of the suspects threatened the victim with a pair of scissors, and demanded money. A station agent witnessed the activity inside the elevator via a camera, and telephoned the police. The suspects then escorted the victim to an ATM machine, and took $500.00, a cell phone, and a laptop from the victim. The police arrived, and detained two of the suspects who were in possession of the victim's property. The suspects were positively identified by the victim, and were arrested and booked into San Francisco jail for robbery.
A subject identifying himself as a psychiatric trauma nurse reported that a suicidal adult male, carrying a "Mac 10" type automatic weapon, was aboard a train heading northbound from Civic Center. The train was intercepted at the Montgomery station. Trains that the subject could have possibly been on were searched with negative results. Both Powell St. and Montgomery stations, including street level, were also searched with negative results.
A female patron was the victim of a purse snatch when two males in their twenties approached her on the platform and grabbed a bag containing her medication. The suspects fled up the stairs to the concourse level and disappeared.
Montgomery St. station was closed to pedestrians and revenue service for an hour after an anonymous citizen turned a suspicious package over to the station agent. The zone sergeant and other officers responded, examined the contents which they found suspicious enough to call for an explosives detection K9. The K9 failed to alert on the object which was later found to be a possible battery case.
A 17 year old male patron was talking on his cell phone when he was attacked from behind. An unknown male adult suspect sucker punched the victim in the back of the head and stole the victim's phone. The suspect then stabbed the victim a couple of times in the upper torso, fled from the scene, and was not located. The victim was treated at the scene for his non-life threatening injuries and transported to a local hospital for further treatment. Detectives responded to investigate, and the chief and commander were notified.
A patron confined to a wheelchair reported to officers that his cellphone was stolen. The patron said he was boarding the Montgomery St. station elevator when an adult male suspect grabbed the victim's cellphone and ran in an unknown direction. Suspect was not located in an area search. 0807-1270. L21.
A sergeant observed a subject that was believed to have an outstanding warrant. A warrants check showed that subject had a $55,000 warrant for a previous indecent exposure case on BART while in San Francisco. The subject was arrested and booked for the warrant without incident.
An adult female was held for psychiatric evaluation after she reportedly climbed down onto the trackway from the platform, positioned herself on the tracks, then curled up into a ball as a train ran over/above her. Fire and rescue personnel found her uninjured beneath the train and removed her without incident. She was transported to a local hospital for a medical exam and subsequent psychiatric hold.
Trains were held and searched after a citizen reported that a subject threatened to shoot him near Market and Montomery Streets. The suspect, who claimed to have a gun, allegedly proceeded to the platform level of the station after making the threat. Trains were searched at Powell St. station without success.
A patron was checking her emails on the platform when an adult male snatched her iPhone from her possession and fled up the escalator. The suspect escaped in an unknown direction and a check of the area by responding officers proved unsuccessful.
A male suspect grabbed a hand-held computer from a male customer while aboard a train (no force or fear used). The suspect fled the scene and was not located. Does not appear to be related to case #0803-1369.
An officer on routine patrol at Montgomery St. station saw an adult male trying to hide a credit card next to a fare machine. Upon inquiring with the man about the credit card, the officer determined that the suspect was purchasing tickets with the card. The suspect said the card did not belong to him and that he had found the card on the street. Suspect was booked at the San Francisco Hall of Justice. 0801-2757. L21.
A subject suspected of stealing laptop computers from office buildings in SFPD's jurisdiction was detained at Montgomery St. station. Witnesses saw him enter a building, steal a laptop, and flee into the Montgomery St. station. The suspect was turned over to the SF Police.
A female patron was robbed of a laptop computer after an adult male suspect sprayed the victim with pepper spray before snatching the laptop. The offense took place on the Sansome St./ Sutter St. stairwell entrance. A search of the area by BPD, SFPD and SF Sheriffs deputies failed to yield the suspect. The victim was treated at a local hospital.
A female victim reported that her girlfriend had pushed her into a wall and in the process robbed her of her money at the Montgomery Station. The suspect was detained and found to have a warrant for her arrest for battery as well as a restraining order to stay away from the victim. The suspect was arrested and booked at the San Francisco Jail.
San Francisco police officers chased a robbery suspect into the Powell St. station, and followed the suspect as he ran through the subway toward Montgomery St. station. The suspect was apprehended at Montgomery St. station. The robbery occurred in San Francisco jurisdiction. A roll call for San Francisco officers was conducted before train service was restored. Train service was delayed for twenty minutes. 0701-1512 L21.
Trains were held and searched at both Powell and Civic Center stations at the request of the SFPD who reported that a man with a gun possibly ran into Civic Center station and boarded a train. The incident began at 8th and Market Streets. SFPD and BART PD officers searched the aforementioned stations and trains for a male in his mid to late teens with negative results.
Trains were held and searched by SFPD and BART PD officers at Montgomery St., Powell St. and Civic Center stations for an adult male suspected of robbing a bank in downtown San Francisco. The searches failed to locate the suspect or the money that was taken.
A 20-year-old male suspect punched another man in the face in an unprovoked attack. The suspect resisted arrest before being taken into custody and booked at the San Francisco Jail.