7/4/11 - 0312 A fully marked BART Police vehicle with its rear flashing lights on was parked at 5th & Market Street in San Francisco when it was rammed from behind by a vehicle. Three BART Officers that were inside the police vehicle and a BART Sergeant that was outside the vehicle were injured when the car struck the parked police vehicle. An ambulance was summoned and officers were treated at the scene for what appear to be minor injuries. San Francisco Police responded to take the collision, report # 110-536-028. The police vehicle received moderate damage and had to be towed to the Oakland Shops facility.
The on duty agent observed a suspect fare evade into the station. The agent flagged down an on-duty Officer who attempted to detain the suspect. The suspect became aggressive and squared off on the Officer to fight. The suspect then left the station. The Officer waited for his cover unit before he conducted an area search. They located the suspect in the bus zone and handcuffed him without incident. As they walked the suspect back to the sub-station, he resisted and had to be taken to the ground. An Officer sustained a minor cut to his right palm and was treated at the scene by paramedics. The suspect was medically cleared and booked into the Redwood City jail for fare evasion and resisting arrest.
An adult female had her iPhone taken by a suspect who snatched the phone from her hands and fled with the loss up to the city streets. The victim and some unidentified bystanders attempted to stop the suspect from taking the phone, but he was able to forcibly take the phone before fleeing. The victim was not injured. The suspect was described as a Hispanic Male, 5'5" tall, 210 pounds (thick build), wearing a light colored shirt, tan jacket and dark hat.
A female juvenile reported having been punched ten times in the head and face by another female juvenile on 11-18-10, requiring hospitalization. The suspect is known to the victim and the investigation is on-going at this time. 1011-2623 L12.
BART PD officers assisted South San Francisco PD officers in searching trains for a 31-year-old male suspect wanted for assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, and attempted murder. The suspect, who was believed to be enroute to the East Bay, was not located. Five trains were held and searched during a 35-minute span.
Officers responded to a report of an adult male running on the right-of-way between South San Francisco and San Bruno stations. An hour long search to locate the person proved negative, and there was no delay in service. 1011-1927 L12.
Officers driving in San Francisco came upon a woman who was standing on a 6th floor window ledge threatening to jump. The officers assisted with crowd control and attempting to convince the woman to come inside from the ledge. San Francisco Police and Fire responded and took over the incident.
A K9 officer assisted in the arrest of a subject who broke a display and assaulted an employee of the Bristol Farms business establishment adjacent to Powell St. Station. The suspect was turned over to the SFPD.
Officers attempted to detain an adult male for fare evasion. The suspect attempted to flee on foot and fought with the officers to resist his detention and arrest. Officers discovered that the suspect was also in possession of narcotics paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested and booked for the charges.
An off-duty BART Police officer, riding a train to work, observed an adult male who was yelling at other passengers while holding a hammer in a threatening manner. The suspect was detained without incident and cited for brandishing a weapon in a threatening manner.
An officer on patrol came upon an armed robbery in progress in San Francisco PD's jurisdiction. Two adult male suspects were robbing an adult male victim. The suspects fled on foot as the officer approached, but the officer conducted an area search and located one suspect hiding in a yard nearby. The suspect was arrested and turned over to SFPD.
The San Francisco Police Department located an adult male who was reported missing from BART earlier in the day. The subject had been admitted to a hospital with a medical emergency from a location in San Francisco and there was no indication of foul play.
An officer on patrol of the parking structure discovered a female who had used a razor blade to cut her wrists in an attempt to commit suicide. The officer called for medical and provided first aid until medical arrived. The injuries were determined to not be life threatening, but the female was transported for treatment and a psychiatric hold.
A CSO watching the closed circuit TV monitors observed an adult female in the act of stealing a license plate off of a car parked in the lot. The suspect then drove off in a vehicle which was later determined to have a stolen plate attached to it. The suspect admitted to the license plate theft to the arresting officer and also to possessing stolen property (the stolen plate attached to her car). The suspect was booked on the above charges.
BPD officers assisted in the search of two armed robbery suspects who struck inside the Westfield Mall. One suspect was captured near the cable car turnaround with possibly one other remaining at large.
A male adult struck another male adult in eye with his fist at the station as a result of a verbal dispute that had occurred off District property. The victim received medical treatment for a cut on his eye, but was released at the scene. The suspect was arrested for battery, and booked at the Redwood City Jail. 0904-0072 L12.
The department's Tactical Team was deployed to downtown San Francisco Stations to address crowds participating in an anti-war demonstration and march which began at Justin Herman Plaza to Civic Center Plaza. An altercation at Civic Center Station at approximately 1447 hrs. between a group of protestors and another unknown group led to the arrest of four Black Block Group members inside Civic Center Station by the SFPD (0903-1966). The altercation started on the street level and continued into the free area of the station adjacent to the ticket vending machines. L18
An officer observed two adult females and an adult male loitering in the parking structure. The three suspects entered a Honda Accord and began driving away from the station. The officer ran the license plate and discovered that the vehicle had been reported stolen yesterday from the Ashby Station. The officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop and detained the three suspects. Luggage and other property in the trunk was determined to have been stolen in an SFPD auto burglary case. The male suspect was also in possession of shaved keys for Japanese model vehicles. The suspects were booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
A station agent watched on camera as a male subject off-boarded a Pittsburg-bound train with a duffle bag. He opened the bag and looked through the contents, then threw the bag onto the trackway, under the lip of the platform. Trains were held outside the station for 15 minutes until responding officers contacted the subject and recovered the bag. It was found to belong to another patron who was unaware of the loss. Suspect was arrested and booked for Interfering with Transit Operations, Misappropriating Found Property, and a $10,000 warrant.
Patrons observed a man drag a woman off a Dublin bound train, forcefully push her onto a bench and hold his hand over her mouth, preventing her from calling for help. An officer arrived, detained the married couple, and observed a fresh scratch on the woman's cheek. The male was arrested and booked. The woman was provided a courtesy transport to her father's Oakland residence.
An adult female victim reported to officers at South San Francisco station that an adult male suspect reached under her skirt and touched her private area. The woman described the suspect and said the battery just occurred while on board a Millbrae bound train. Officers located a suspect several blocks from the station. The victim identified the suspect who was taken into custody and booked at the San Mateo County Jail. 0709-3836. L21.