The station agent reported that a male suspect was outside the booth, making verbal threats to harm the agent. Officers responded and detained the man. A search incident to arrest revealed a concealed handgun in the man's backpack. The agent was not injured. The suspect was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for public intoxication, criminal threats, false imprisonment and carrying a loaded, concealed firearm. TSOC was notified.
The station agent observed a suspect (Antonio Hayes, 52 years, San Francisco) enter the BART system without using a ticket in violation of the law. The station agent advised the suspect that he needed to use a ticket to enter the system at which point the suspect became verbally hostile, cursing at the station agent and making verbal threats to harm the station agent. BART Police responded and detained the suspect, and the suspect was arrested and booked for making criminal threats against the station agent. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order.
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.
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 female station agent reported a male suspect threatening to batter her at the station. The male chased the agent into the employee restroom, where she could secure herself while waiting for officers to arrive. When officers arrived, they contacted the station agent and the belligerent male suspect. He was positively identified and taken into custody. He was also found to have two $10,000 warrants for battery and violation of a court order. The male was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for making criminal threats and the warrants. The agent was not physically injured.
A train operator was punched by a male suspect. An officer detained the man and he was identified by the victim. The suspect was arrested for battery on a train operator and was issued a prohibition order before being booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers noticed a male smoking in the station and advised him that he could not smoke in the station. The male stopped smoking, but fare evaded into the system in front of the officers. When they contacted him, he resisted arrest and kicked at officers. A struggle to handcuff him ensued and during the struggle, he tried to punch an officer. A Taser was deployed to gain compliance and he was eventually handcuffed. Once medically cleared, he will be booked into the San Francisco County Jail for resisting arrest and threatening officers. No one was injured during the incident.
Patrons reported that a black male suspect was trying to start fights with patrons on board the Warm Springs train. Officers located the man, who was found to be intoxicated. The suspect spat on one of the officers while being detained. The man was arrested for battery on a peace officer and public intoxication. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Witnesses reported that a male and female were involved in a physical fight at the station. Officers responded and detained both parties, after a brief struggle. The parties were involved in a dating relationship and both were arrested for domestic violence, battery on officers and resisting arrest. The male was booked at Santa Rita Jail. The female was medically cleared at Highland Hospital before being booked.
Officers heard a dispute between a male and female at the station. The male was holding onto the female and officers attempted to intervene. The female became combative and scratched an officer. As the officer attempted to take her into custody, she resisted arrest and the male suspect tried to assist her. Eventually the two officers were able to detain both suspects and determined that they were both intoxicated in public. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for public intoxication and the female was also booked for public intoxication, resisting arrest and battery on an officer.
A train operator reported that as he was passing through the fare gates, a male followed him into the paid area without processing a ticket. The train operator tried to stop the male, who brushed by him and chest bumped him on his way to use the restroom. After using the restroom, the male exited the station and went to the bus zone. A responding officer located him and detained him until the train operator responded and identified him as the person who bumped into him. The train operator, who was not injured, wished to place the male under citizen's arrest for battery. The male was issued a prohibition order and a citation for battery on a transit worker.
A station agent reported the theft of his backpack from the station agent's booth. The agent walked away from the booth at 0025 hours and thought he locked the door, but when he returned at 0035 hours, he noticed the booth door was open and his backpack, which contained his BART portable radio, orange safety manual and vouchers, was gone. There were no signs of forced entry into the booth. Station video is being requested. The Central Supervisor, the agent's supervisor and TSOC were notified (#TSA-04-10619-17).
A station agent and a contract employee reported that a juvenile threw rocks at them and struck them with the rocks. The agent reported that the juvenile and a few of his friends went to the platform. Officers checked the platform and located the juveniles. The battery suspect resisted being detained and tried to walk away. Officers and a sergeant had to physically restrain him. The station agent identified him as the responsible person. It was later determined that the suspect had struck them with candy. Neither employee was injured or requested medical attention. The other two juveniles were identified and released to a responsible adult. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and a citation and transported to be released to an adult family member.
The on-duty station agent contacted a male suspect who appeared to be attempting to tamper with a ticket vendor, using a pair of scissors. The male attempted to slash at the agent with the scissors, before fleeing the station toward Hallidie Plaza. The agent was not injured. Officers responded, but could not locate the suspect in the area.
The station agent reported that a male who had been banging on the door to the employee restroom then spat on the agent as the male left the station. Officers responded and detained the man. The agent made a positive identification of the man, and performed a citizen's arrest. Due to the 12-24 hours booking delay at Santa Rita Jail, the suspect was cited for battery on a transit employee and released. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
A train operator reported that a male suspect pushed him and threatened to kill him while at the Fremont Station. The suspect boarded a train, but was located at the South Hayward Station. The victim, who was not injured, responded to that location and identified him before placing him under citizen's arrest. The suspect was medically cleared, but deemed to be in need of psychiatric evaluation, so he was transported to John George Pavilion for a psychiatric evaluation with a criminal hold for the listed charges. He was also issued a prohibition order.
A train operator was waking up a male who was sleeping on an out of service train when the male jumped up and began swinging at the train operator. One of the punches grazed the chin of the operator. An officer contacted the male, who was still on the train. The train operator, who was not injured and declined medical attention, placed the male under citizen's arrest for battery on a transit employee. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the battery charge.
A patron reported a male on the train who was saying that he was "packing" and challenged officers to contact him. An officer located the male and off boarded him from the train. During a pat search of the male, he resisted the search and battered the officer. The officer was able to deploy his Taser and take the male into custody. The male was issued a prohibition order and medically cleared before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for resisting and battering the officer. The officer declined medical attention.
Officers saw two males running from the Westfield Mall into the station, with security officers in pursuit. Officers followed the males to the platform and detained them for investigation. One male surrendered without incident, but the other attempted to escape by charging an officer. That male was taken into custody, but the officer suffered a cut to his upper lip requiring stitches. Officers later learned that the two suspect had stolen a purse from a victim in the mall food court. The case was turned over to SFPD. The two men were arrested for conspiracy, theft from a person, resisting arrest, and battery on an officer with injury.
Patrons at Powell Street Station reported a male suspect panhandling on the platform. The suspect boarded a Daly City train. An off-duty transportation supervisor told the man to stop, and the suspect pushed the employee, knocking her to the floor. The suspect got off the train at Civic Center and was detained in UN Plaza by responding officers. The supervisor made a positive identification and performed a citizen's arrest. The man was arrested for battery and was booked at the SF County Jail. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. The employee was transported to the hospital for treatment of shoulder pain.
The station agent at Dublin/Pleasanton reported that a male suspect verbally threatened him. the suspect boarded a SF bound train and officers detained the man at Castro Valley Station. The agent made a positive identification and a citizen's arrest. The suspect was cited for disturbing the peace and released at the scene.
The agent at Powell Street Station reported that a male suspect punched him on the arm. The suspect was described as a black male, about 30 years old, wearing a black jacket, and carrying a black backpack. The suspect fled toward the secondary end of the station and was not located. The agent was not injured.
Patrons on board a train reported that a male and female were involved in a heated dispute. Officers responded and contacted both parties. The male was uncooperative, pushed an officer and made repeated verbal threats to the officers on the scene. The man was arrested for making threats to officers. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the SF County Jail.