Witnesses reported that a male suspect had struck a female passenger without provocation, on a Daly City bound train. Other passengers detained the man until officers arrived. The man was found to be on probation for battery. He was arrested for battery on a transit passenger and probation violation. He was issued a prohibition order and was transported to John George Pavilion for psychiatric evaluation, with a criminal hold. The victim was not injured.
Officers stopped a male (Sky Lowe, 19 years) for fare evading into the Powell Street Station. Lowe resisted and fought with the officers. Force was used to place Lowe into handcuffs. Lowe was cited for fare evasion and was booked into jail for resisting arrest and for making criminal threats. In addition, he was issued a prohibition order.
Officers responded to the Concord Station for a report of a female fare evader (Marleni Sanchez, 19 years, Oakland) who battered a BART employee. Marleni called her boyfriend (Joshua Molina, 20 years, Concord) who responded to the station and also attempted to batter a BART Employee. An officer stopped Molina and Molina struggled with the officer. Force was used to place Molina under arrest and he was booked into jail. Sanchez was booked into jail for battery and resisting arrest. Sanchez and Molina were issued prohibition orders.
A victim reported that a male suspect struck him in the leg with a metal pipe, in an unprovoked attack. The man was detained and positively identified. The suspect was ultimately arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. The victim's injuries did not require medical attention. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
Passengers reported a male (Njawa Pendar, 40 years, San Jose) battered a passenger on a Daly City bound train. Officers located Pender and placed his under arrest. Pendar was booked into the San Francisco County Jail.
Officers on patrol at the Powell Street Station observed a female (Brienne Morgan-Stetienne, 22 years, Pittsburg) fare evade through the fare gates to exit. Morgan-Stetienne attempted to walk away from the officers, resisted arrest and battered one of the officers. She was booked into the San Francisco County Jail on the listed charges and was issued a prohibition order.
A female (Rachel Genochio, 36 years, San Francisco) cut a male on the forearm after an argument at the Pittsburg Station. Officers arrived and based on statements from the witnesses, placed Genochio under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. Genochio was issued a prohibition order and was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility. The male was treated at a nearby hospital for his injuries.
A male victim reported being battered at the Pittsburg Station. The suspect (Male Hispanic, 5'3", ripped jeans, baggy white t-shirt, white shoes and black backpack) fled the scene before officers arrived.
A male suspect who was reportedly causing a disturbance earlier, entered a restricted construction zone at the station. A (male) BART supervisor approached and warned the suspect, who then spit in the supervisor’s face and charged him. In response, the supervisor defended himself by striking the suspect about the mouth, and then restrained him until police arrived and took him into custody. The suspect, who was determined to be a danger to himself and others, was transported to a local hospital for medical care as he sustained a lacerated lip; after being medically cleared, he will be transported to the county’s mental health facility for psychiatric evaluation/detention. The supervisor, who was not injured, placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery; the suspect was also issued a BART prohibition order. Once cleared from the psychiatric evaluation, the suspect will be booked into the county jail.
A male suspect physically resisted officers who attempted to detain him for fare evasion. After a lengthy struggle, during which he attempted to kick one officer, officers were finally able to subdue the suspect by placing him in handcuffs and the WRAP restraint. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for resisting arrest and assaulting an officer. An uninvolved supervisor responded to perform the use of force investigation. Three officers sustained minor injuries while attempting to restrain the suspect.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female fighting in the parking lot. The male resisted being detained, but was taken into custody after a short struggle. Officers determined that the male was the primary aggressor and he was arrested for domestic violence. The male was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence and resisting arrest.
Multiple people called into BART PD dispatch to report a make subject who had threatened another male with a knife while aboard Pittsburg/Bay Point bound train. Officers working a special detail were on scene when the train arrived at the West Oakland Station. As officers went to contact the suspect, later identified as Jayeddy DAVIS (23 years old, Burlingame, CA), he took off running away and ran into the city streets nearby. Officers were eventually able to detain DAVIS and recover a knife he attempted to discard. It was later determined DAVIS has pushed the knife into the stomach of a victim who did not sustain any injury while aboard the train. Davis was found to be on active probation. DAVIS was booked into Glenn Dyer jail in Oakland and was issued a prohibition order.
An officer responded to a reported battery of the platform of the Coliseum Station. When the officer arrived, he was the suspect (Erick Winston, 25 years, Oakland) battering another patron on the concourse level of the station. Winston saw the officer and fled. After a short foot pursuit, Winston was taken into custody. No one came forward to place Winston under arrest for battery. Winston was too intoxicated to care for himself so he was booked into Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication.
Officers responded to the Bay Fair Station to investigate a report of a male that was drunk and belligerent on a Warm Springs train. Officers contacted Nicholas Kimmons (36 years old, Sacramento) and determined he had been drinking and was unable to care for himself. Kimmons attempted to spit at the officers. He also made threatened the officers. Kimmons was taken into custody, issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Santa Rita Jail. 1708-2264 L24.
A sergeant contacted an adult female for fare evasion. The female resisted the detention and fought with the sergeant. During the struggle, the suspect bit the sergeant. She was eventually taken into custody. She was found to have a valid stay away order to stay away from all BART stations. She was issued a prohibition order and placed on a psychiatric evaluation hold with a criminal hold for resisting arrest, battery on an officer and violation of the court order. She will be booked on those charges once she has been cleared for booking.
A station agent and a supervisor contacted an adult male for fare evasion. The male spat at the two employees, striking them in the face. Officers arrived and contacted the suspect. He was identified and place under citizen's arrest. The suspect (Jeremy Freeman, 22 years old, San Leandro) was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for two counts of battery on a transit worker.
Officers responded to the Lafayette Station for a report of a male (Jalen Garrison, 23 years, Sacramento) threatening patrons with a knife, spitting on patrons and making terrorist threats on a Pleasant Hill bound train that was stopped at the Lafayette Station. Garrison was located but refused to comply with an officer's orders. Force was used to restrain Garrison and place him into handcuffs. Garrison was identified by several victims. Garrison was issued a Prohibition Order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for brandishing a weapon, assault with a deadly weapon, and battery.
A train operator was conducting a sweep of an out of service train at the Dublin/Pleasanton Station. A male subject (Mixon, Myron, 30 y/o, Oakland) was awakened and asked to asked o off-board the train. Mixon struck the train operator with a closed fist causing her to fall and strike her head. The train operator positively identified Mixon. The train operator was transported to a local hospital for medical treatment. The suspect was issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for battery upon the train operator. The battery appears unprovoked.
A male suspect (Eric Blackmon, 30 years, Hayward) battered a passenger after the passenger refused to give him money, due to aggressive panhandling. Blackmon fled but an officer located him and he was detained. The victim identified Blackmon and placed him under citizen's arrest for aggressive panhandling and for Battery on a transit passenger. The officer violated Blackmon's probation and he was booked into Santa Rita Jail. Blackmon was issued a prohibition order.
A station agent was pushed by a male juvenile. The male juvenile was detained by officers and positively identified by the agent, who placed him under citizen’s arrest for battery. There were no injuries. The suspect was placed under arrest for battery, issued a BART prohibition order and booked at San Francisco Juvenile Hall.
A patron reported being struck about the face multiple times while in De Long Street parking lot at the Daly City Station. A witness provided a description of the suspect. The suspect fled the station in a vehicle before police arrived.
A patron reported she was slapped and her cell phone was taken aboard a Warm Springs Train at the Civic Center Station. The victim provided a suspect description. The suspect fled from the train before police arrived.
Witnesses reported two males involved in a fight. Officers detained both parties and determined that the two males were involved in a dating relationship. The primary aggressor was found to have an outstanding $50,000 arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by Hayward PD. The man was arrested for domestic violence and his warrant and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
On todays date, a reporting party advised that he saw a suspect from a previous assault case. Officers located the suspect and took him into custody. The suspect was taken to jail for the above violations and given a prohibition order.
Witnesses reported that a male suspect may have battered patrons. No victims wished to make a complaint. However, record checks showed that the man had an active stay-away order from all BART stations, and was on probation for battery. The man was arrested and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.