A victim standing inside of the train car had their phone taken from them as the doors opened by a male adult who was standing on the platform. The suspect fled on foot and was described as a Black Male, 18-20 yrs. old, blue jacket and short hair.
BART Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated male on a train. The subsequent investigation resulted in a suspect being arrested for a 45K warrant out of Contra Costa County for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. The suspect was booked at the Glynn Dyer Jail.
Patrons on board a train leaving San Francisco reported that a Hispanic male and female were involved in a physical confrontation. Officers intercepted the train at West Oakland and detained both parties. It was determined that the female was the aggressor, and that the male victim had an unserved domestic violence protective order against her. The protective order was served on the female and she was issued a prohibition order. She was then booked at Santa Rita Jail. The victim was provided with domestic violence resources.
The victim was in the lot carrying a multi colored tote containing a Mac computer, when she was approached by a Black male, possibly 14 yrs, tall, wearing a big dark orange and brown jacket. The suspect said to the victim, "what's this" before he snatched the tote from the victim. The suspect fled on foot from the station Northbound on 7th St. The victim was not injured and can ID the suspect.
While an officer was on an unrelated call for service, he was flagged down by a patron regarding an intoxicated male aboard the San Francisco train which was holding at the station. The officer located the suspect, who was described as a White male, wearing a green sweatshirt, scrub pants, no shoes, and looking "sickly." The officer off-boarded the suspect who smelled of an alcoholic beverage and was displaying signs of intoxication. The officer determined the suspect was unable to care for himself due to his level of intoxication and placed him under arrest. A records check revealed that he was on probation for public intoxication, held by BART PD. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the above listed charges.
Critical Asset Patrol Officers contacted an adult male for fare evasion. The male ran from the officers, but was located a short distance away from the station. He was taken into custody without incident. The male was issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting/delaying an officer.
A female victim reported that the father of her child pushed her to the ground during a custody exchange at the station. The victim was not injured during the assault, but the male was given a prohibition order before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the domestic violence charge. The victim declined an emergency protective order.
An officer watched an adult male and female walk across the tracks from one platform to another. He contacted the two and attempted to identify both. The female provided false identifying information and was intoxicated, so she was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for interfering with a rail operation, public intoxication and providing false identifying information. The male was identified and found to have a no bail warrant for assault with a deadly weapon. He was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the warrant.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female fighting in the parking lot of the West Oakland Station. Officers arrived, detained the two suspects and determined the two were in a dating relationship. A records check showed the male had a no bail arrest warrant issued by Alameda county. The male and female were placed under arrest for domestic battery and were transported to jail. Both received a prohibition order.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a male subject who slapped a female, witnessed by the station agent. The officers arrived and detained the parties and discovered they were married. The male subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for misdemeanor domestic battery and issued a prohibition order based on the station agent’s statement.