A BART officer was conducting a security check of the station when he observed an identification card in the station agent booth. The agent advised the officer the subject was in the restroom, but he did not possess a valid BART ticket to exit the station or travel in the system. Prior to the subject returning to the agent booth, the officer checked the subject for warrants which revealed an outstanding Department of Corrections warrant for drunk driving. The warrant stated the subject was “Armed and Dangerous”. The subject returned to the paid area and boarded a train. Sufficient cover arrived on the scene and the subject was taken into custody for the outstanding warrant. While in custody, the subject had a seizure and was transported to San Mateo County Hospital. As of 1444 hours, BART officers reported the subject should be cleared for booking (Redwood City Jail) within the hour.
A warrant check on a subject detained for fare evasion resulted in a no-bail arrest warrant for being under the influence. The subject was arrested and booked at the San Mateo County jail. 0804-3041. S32.
Service to the station was halted for several minutes after SFPD advised of a suspicious device on a walkway leading to the BART terminal. An SFPD bomb dog initially alerted to the object but after further examination it was determined to be safe.
A sergeant detained an adult male who was involved in a physical altercation at the intersection of Cyril Magnin and Eddy Streets. The subject was found to have an outstanding felony narcotics violation warrant for which he was arrested and booked.
An officer discovered on the platform an abandoned cardboard box sealed with duct tape. There were no identifying markings or tags. The station was closed and an SFPD K-9 responded from SFO and checked the box. The K-9 did not indicate that the package contained explosives. The box was found to contain personal belongings.
A train operator reported seeing a man dressed in a camoflauge jacket drop-off a box on the BART train platform at the San Francisco Airport station. The operator said the man ran into the airport terminal leaving the large box behind. Responding officers located the box and determined it to be suspicious. Trains were held out of the station and the platforms were cleared of people. The man was located and questioned. A San Francisco police bomb detection canine team determined the box to be non-hazardous. 0610-3571 L21.
Burlingame PD received a 9-1-1 call of a man who stated bombs were set to go off at the San Francisco Airport and Millbrae Stations. After a search by several agencies, no devices or suspicious activity was observed.