An adult male suspect approached an off-duty San Francisco police officer, and threatened to batter him several times, on the platform at the San Francisco Airport Station. The victim used pepper spray to subdue the suspect. It was determined the suspect was in need of a psychological evaluation. The suspect, who was issued a Prohibition Order, was transported to a local hospital. He was later booked the Redwood City Jail for assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest and criminal threats.
Officers contacted an adult female (Ardis Williamson 68 years old, San Francisco) known to have an outstanding warrant for theft. She was confirmed to have the $5,000 warrant for theft and a no bail warrant for arson. She was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrants and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The victim was asleep on a Pittsburg-bound train at the station when he awoke to find the suspect rifling through his backpack. The victim confronted the suspect who then began punching and kicking the victim. The victim off-boarded while the suspect remained on the train. An officer arrived and arrested the suspect after the victim positively identified him. The victim was transported to an area hospital for minor injuries. The suspect was booked into the Redwood City Jail for attempted robbery and issued a Prohibition Order. Train car video was requested.
A station agent called to report an intoxicated male in the station. Officers determined he was too intoxicated to care for himself. He was booked into the Redwood City Jail for public intoxication.
Officers stopped a male subject (Harris, Domeenic 20 y/o, San Francisco) for fare evasion. A records check revealed three no bail, felony warrants held by the San Francisco County Sheriff's Department. The male subject was arrested on the warrants and booked at the Redwood City Jail.
A male suspect detained by an officer regarding a suspicious circumstance falsely identified himself but the officer managed to accurately identify him; and discovered an outstanding “no bail” possession of stolen property warrant, held by San Francisco Superior Court, for his arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrant and issued a citation for falsely identifying himself to police.
A station agent called to report a female who possibly urinated in the station and fare evaded. An officer contacted the female and determined that she had fare evaded. A records check revealed a $20,000 warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia. She was arrested for the warrant and a search incident to arrest revealed that she was in possession of drug paraphernalia. She was issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the San Mateo County Jail for the warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A BART officer responded to the station regarding a BART train operator’s report of two male suspects fighting one another on the station’s platform. On his arrival, the officer located the suspects and managed to separate them with the eventual assistance of several San Francisco Airport Police Officers. The officer then learned that the suspects were involved in a 3-4 year dating relationship, and had earlier argued over a relationship issue which escalated into a fight between the two; both on the platform and aboard a train. While on the train, one of the suspects (#1) stated he drew a knife as a form of self-defense, but the other suspect (#2) grabbed it and lacerated his own hand. Suspect #2, however, claimed the knife was intentionally used against him. Aside from the train operator who only witnessed the suspects fighting one another, officers were unable to locate any other witnesses. Officers located the involved knife in suspect 1’s possession, while the incident train was searched for potential evidence and video. Subsequently, it was determined the suspects were mutual combatants. It was also determined there was probable cause to believe that suspect #1 assaulted suspect #2 with the knife. Paramedics responded to attend to both suspects as each sustained minor lacerations to their hands; they were medically cleared at the scene. Subsequently, suspect #1 was booked into the county jail for domestic violence and assault with a deadly weapon, while suspect #2 was booked into the county jail for domestic battery. Both suspects, who refused emergency protective orders, were issued BART Police prohibition orders.
A victim reported that while asleep aboard an SF airport bound train between the Rockridge and San Francisco Airport stations, an unknown suspect took their blue Centurion brand bicycle, valued at $150.00. An officer responded to take the report.
While performing a welfare check of a male aboard a train, officers determined he was too intoxicated to care for himself and placed him under arrest for public intoxication. The male was then booked into the county jail without incident.
An officer responded to the station upon a request by Federal VIPR Marshalls after they examined a suspicious package that had been turned in to the station agent on 4/15/16, as lost property. Today, that same station agent flagged down a VIPR Marshall at the station and requested he take a look at the contents of the bag. Upon examination of the contents, the VIPR Marshall felt the contents were suspicious, as it contained a circuit board, a power supply box, a control switch, and miscellaneous wires. The Marshall notified SFPD who responded with their explosives detection dog. The dog cleared the package. Additionally, the Marshalls notified their Explosives Officer who examined the contents and deemed them safe. The BART officer was able to locate a name and contact information for the owner. The officer contacted the owner and determined that the bag had in fact been reported as lost on 4/15/16. The owner, a mechanical engineer lecturer at a local University, advised that the contents were props used for lectures on feedback control. There was no disruption of service. As a matter of information sharing, TSOC and NCRIC were notified. TSOC report #TSA 04-10677-16. NCRIC Tracking #20160308.
A male suspect detained by officers for creating a disturbance was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself due to his consumption of alcohol. The officers placed the suspect under arrest without incident and then booked him into the county jail for public intoxication.
An officer was dispatched to intercept an SF bound train for a report of an intoxicated male with an open bottle of alcohol. The officer contacted the male and determined that he was too intoxicated to care for himself. During handcuffing, the male head butted the officer. The officer, who was not injured, cited the male for the open container violation and booked him into the Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication and battery on an officer.
A station agent called to report a male urinating in the elevator. An officer contacted the male and determined that he has a valid stay away order to stay away from all BART stations. The station agent placed him under citizen's arrest for urinating in the station, so he was cited for that charge and booked into the Redwood City Jail for the stay away order violation.
An officer responded to the station regarding a male acting erratic, and eventually located him on the platform. During the contact, the subject attempted to jump onto the track way but was physically restrained by the officer. The officer, with the help of a civilian BART employee, then managed place the subject in handcuffs without further incident. The subject, who also made suicidal statements, was transported to the county hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation. The officer and the subject were not injured.
Patrons reported two females involved in a physical fight. Officers arrived and contacted the females. Neither one was injured, but one had two no bail warrants for her arrest (robbery and harboring a felon). She was also determined to be the aggressor in the fight with the other female, who she is in a dating relationship with. Neither party was injured. An EPO was offered to the victim, but she refused. The aggressor was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Redwood City Jail for domestic violence and the two warrants.
The station agent reported a fare evader at the station. An officer responded and made contact with the adult male. The male lied about his name, and the name he gave (his brother's) had a warrant. The male was detained and eventually positively identified as the brother of the name he originally used. He also had a warrant ($50,000 for battery). The male was booked into the Redwood City Jail for providing false identifying information to an officer and the warrant. The station agent decided not to place him under citizen's arrest for the original fare evasion.
A passenger reported to the station agent that the train holding at the station had a male suspect aboard who was feigning like he was going to punch patrons. An officer contacted the male and discovered that he had two $10,000 warrants for his arrest. The male was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrants. No one wished to make a complaint for his actions on the train.
A record check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed three outstanding arrest warrants out of Santa Clara totaling $3,000 for public intoxication. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for the warrants.
A male subject detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding $20K misdemeanor theft warrant, held by Sunnyvale Police, for his arrest. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The subject was then booked into the county jail for the warrant.
A subject detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding $75K misdemeanor vandalism warrant, held by the San Francisco Police Department, for his arrest. The subject was placed under arrest for the warrant, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then booked into the county jail for the warrant.
A station agent reported a male was at the booth reporting that someone was trying to kill them and talking gibberish. An officer responded to conduct a welfare check. The officer determined the male was able to care and did not require medical assistance. A records/warrant check showed the male was out of compliance (290 PC registrant) and was detained. The officer contacted Monterey County to confirm the male was out of compliance and was placed under arrest for being out of compliance. The male was booked at the Redwood City Jail. A sergeant approved the arrest.
A warrant check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed an outstanding $20,000 no-cite arrest warrant out of San Jose for failing to comply with airport security. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A subject detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding $20K misdemeanor warrant issued by the San Jose Police Department; charging failure to appear in court on a municipal code violation. The subject was issued a citation for fare evasion and arrested for the warrant. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then booked into the county jail for the warrant.
An officer was dispatched to check on a male who had urinated in the station. The officer discovered that the male had a $10,000 warrant for disturbing the peace. The male was placed under citizen's arrest by a BART employee and cited for urinating. He was also booked into the Redwood City Jail for the warrant.