An officer responded to a report of a man battering a woman near the fare gates. Upon detention and further investigation, it was determined the man was attempting to prevent the woman (his girlfriend) from entering the station and leaving him. The female positively identified the man as her boyfriend, and the person who was trying to prevent her from boarding the train by grabbing and slapping her. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery, public intoxication, and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. SA sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A patron reported that a male was chasing and screaming at a female aboard the train. Officers intercepted the train and located the male and female. The female reported that the male was upset with her and had pushed her down into the train seat and took her phone. The female had no injuries, but officers determined that the couple had a child in common, so he was arrested for domestic battery. The female declined an emergency protective order and the male suspect was issued a prohibition order. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
Officers deployed for the Crime Mob Task Force heard a woman screaming for help in the west lot of the station and responded to find two females involved in a domestic dispute. The investigation determined that both parties had battered the other and one of the women had an outstanding no-bail warrant for domestic violence, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. Both women were arrested for domestic violence and were booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A patron reported a male was beating a female that had a baby with her, at the Hayward Station. Officers and a sergeant responded to the station and detained both parties. The male admitted that he grabbed onto the females' arm. The female said the male had scratched her arm and pulled her hair. The male was booked at Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
An officer was on patrol when he heard a female screaming from a parked vehicle inside the parking structure. The female exited the parked car and walked towards the officer as the male followed behind her. The officer separated the couple and he saw the right side of the females face was red and swollen. The female told the officer they were inside a parked car arguing and the male slapped her face. She attempted to call the police but the male took her cell phone. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The female placed him under citizen's arrest for preventing a victim from calling the police. A prohibition order and a temporary restraining order was issued to the male. The officer provided the female with victims of domestic violence pamphlet. 1405-4387. A records/warrant check showed the couple have a prior history of domestic violence with Walnut Creek PD. A sergeant approved the arrest.
Officers responded to a report of a male hitting female on a San Francisco bound train. A man was detained and positively identified by a witness as the person she saw hitting the female victim several times in the face. The suspect was deemed the dominant aggressor against his girlfriend and placed under arrest for domestic battery. A records check revealed the suspect had a no-bail arrest warrant out of San Mateo County as a sex offender, and a $45,000 arrest warrant out of Daly City for burglary. The victim received a minor scratch to her neck, but refused medical attention. The victim declined a temporary restraining order, but was provided with a victims of domestic violence information pamphlet. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Kaiser Hayward called the ISRC to report they were treating a female victim of a battery that occurred at the South Hayward BART Station. Officers responded to Kaiser and interviewed the victim. The victim stated she was parked at the station, sitting in her vehicle and was talking to her mother. Her mother demanded her debit card and the victim refused. A physical struggle ensued and the mother bit the victim's hand and scratched her face. Officers and a sergeant went to the suspect's residence and attempted to contact her but she was not home. The victim and the suspect live together. The victim declined a temporary restraining order, but was provided with a victims of domestic violence information pamphlet. The case is under investigation and will be forwarded to Detectives.
Victim reported girlfriend bit his left cheek during an argument over a backpack. The victim pointed the suspect out to the officer and the suspect was detained. The suspect alleged she was involved in a heating argument with her boyfriend and he pushed her down. During the investigation, the female suspect was determined to be the dominant aggressor. The female was placed under arrest for domestic violence and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. The victim gave a statement but declined to press charges. The suspect declined to make a statement. A sergeant approved the arrest. Detectives were advised and the case will be forwarded to Detectives. Victim refused all offers of victim assistance.
An officer on routine patrol observed a male and female in a verbal argument getting off a train. The female pushed the male as they went up the escalator and the officer detained the female suspect with the assistance of Berkeley and BART officers. The investigation determined that the couple was married and that the male did not suffer an injury. The female was arrested for domestic violence and issued a prohibition order. She was ultimately booked at Santa Rita Jail.
A sergeant and officer responded to the platform for a reported battery between a male and female subject. A separate sergeant witnessed the incident via the cameras in the ISRC. Based on the investigation, it was determined that the female party was the primary aggressor. The female party was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic battery. The male party was not injured.
A female victim reported to a Revenue Protection Guard that she had been battered by the father of their child while in the passenger pick up zone. The victim stated that she met the suspect at the station to conduct a child custody exchange. A verbal altercation ensued and the suspect punched the victim in the mouth causing moderate injuries. The victim reported that the suspect fled in a white Chevrolet Impala with tinted windows and that he possibly had a handgun in the car. An officer arrived on scene and reported that the suspect’s vehicle was seen by a witness possibly returning to and then leaving the station. The victim stated that the suspect was possibly headed to either a radio studio in Hayward or to his residence in Union City (the victim and suspect does not live together). BART officers checked the radio studio in Hayward while other BART officers along with a Union City police officer checked the residence in Union City. While checking the residence, Union City PD advised that their officers were behind the suspect vehicle a few blocks away from the residence. Union City police officers conducted a traffic stop and took the suspect into custody without incident. BART Police officers responded to the scene and took custody of the suspect. A gun was never found in the suspect’s vehicle. The officers additionally obtained an emergency protective order for the victim which was served on the suspect before he was booked. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence. The victim was treated and released at the scene by paramedics.
Officers responded to a report of a fight between a man and a woman outside the station. Upon subsequent investigation, it was determined the female was the dominant aggressor for physically holding the male against his will. The female was placed under arrest for domestic battery. There were no injuries, and a sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
BART Officers responded to investigate a report of a domestic disturbance between a male and female. The male and female separated and the female was waiting for her mother by the agent’s booth. The male then approached the female and punched her three times on the right side of her face and then fled the station. San Bruno PD Officers apprehended the suspect at the nearby mall. The Officer-In-Charge approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect. The suspect was booked at the San Mateo County Jail.
An officer responded to the station on the report of a physical altercation between a male and a female. Upon the officer’s arrival, he detained the involved subjects; assisting officers arrived on scene soon thereafter. When questioned by officers, both subjects denied any sort of dating/intimate relationship between the two. Based upon independent witness statements, officers determined the female had battered the male. The male, however, declined to pursue a criminal complaint against the female for battery. A wants/warrants check of the female determined she was listed as a “runaway” from a group home. Further investigation by the primary officer determined the male and female were currently in a dating relationship. Based upon independent witness statements, as well as information establishing the subjects as engaged in a dating relationship with one another, the female was arrested for domestic violence. However, due to her age (17 years), and the fact that the county juvenile hall was unable to accept her, she was issued a citation for domestic battery and a BART Prohibition order before being released to the custody of an adult representative of her group home. A sergeant approved the arrest. Further follow-up investigation will be performed by the investigating officer.
While on patrol, a CSO on viewed a female slapping and pushing her apparent boyfriend. An officer arrived and detained the parties in question. The female suspect was arrested and booked into the Hayward Jail for domestic battery. The suspect was additionally issued a prohibition order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
Daly City PD requested that we respond to a residence in their city to take over a domestic violence case. Officers responded and located the victim of a domestic violence incident in the residence. The investigation determined that a married couple rode a train to Daly City earlier in the evening. While on the train, the husband threatened the victim with a box cutter. Once at the station, the victim attempted to walk away from the husband and he pulled her hair and bit her on the hand. The couple took a taxi to the home of the victim's uncle and she jumped out and ran inside to call the police. Daly City PD detained the husband outside the residence. Based on the investigation, the husband was arrested for domestic violence and criminal threats. The suspect was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. An EPO was obtained for the victim and she was provided with domestic violence resources. THe victim did not require medical attention.
An officer responded to a report of a male and female in a physical fight in the parking lot. Upon arrival, the male had left the scene, but the female and a witness were at the scene. The female had no visible injuries and refused medical. The witness stated she saw the male push the female several times while in the parking lot. The male later returned to the scene, was positively identified by the witness, and placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
An officer responded to a report of fight between a male and a female in the lower parking lot. Upon further investigation, it was determined the subjects were in a dating relationship and the male had grabbed the female in an attempt to keep her from leaving the station. Although there were no injuries and neither party wanted to file a complaint, the male was deemed the dominant aggressor and placed under arrest for domestic battery. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A male battered his girlfriend while at the San Bruno Station with a candle box after the female accused him of taking her money. After the battery, both subjects boarded an East Bay bound train and exited at the Daly City Station where the female reported the incident. The male was gone upon the officer’s arrival. The female victim sustained a minor head injury, but refused medical attention. Video requested.
A BART officer responded to the station on a report of a disturbance between a male and a female. The officer located the male suspect and female victim inside the station. The victim had a visible injury to her face and complained of pain to her leg. The victim and suspect, who are in a dating relationship and co-habitatants, were reportedly involved in a physical altercation in the bus zone. The victim, who is a minor, also claimed to be one month pregnant with the adult suspect's child. The argument started off BART property in the City of Hayward, before it escalated into a physical fight at the station. The original argument started over a cell phone which resulted in the suspect punching the victim in the face, biting her on her chest and kicking her in the leg at the station. The suspect is on probation for burglary out of Hayward PD. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic violence, corporal injury of a child and probation violation. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. The zone sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect will be booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the listed charges. The Detective Lieutenant was advised of the arrest.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female fighting inside the station and both parties were later detained. Further investigation revealed they were in a dating relationship and both parties were pushing each other. Medical assistance not needed. As a result, they were placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrests, and both parties were issued 30 day BART prohibition orders. Video requested.
An officer responded to a report a male assaulting a female near the bus stop. Upon arrival, the officer detained a man matching the description given. Upon further investigation, it was determined the male did commit battery to his girlfriend and was the dominant aggressor. There were no injuries. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery and for violating two protective orders the victim had against him. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A victim reported she got into an argument with her partner that became physical. The suspect pushed the victim against a vehicle, and then repeatedly struck the victim’s leg using the vehicle door. The suspect fled the scene and was never located by officers. The victim was transported to Richmond Kaiser for injuries to her leg. The investigation is on-going at this time. Video requested.
While on patrol, an officer observed a battery being committed in his presence between a female and male subject on the platform. Officer Eads was able to detain both parties. The investigation revealed that the parties were involved in a romantic relationship and that the female subject was the dominant aggressor. The female subject was arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery and also issued a prohibition order. The male subject did not receive any visible injuries and declined medical attention.
Patrons on board a Pittsburg bound train reported a couple involved in a verbal and physical altercation while the train was between South San Francisco and Colma Stations. The female party was identified by witnesses as the primary aggressor. Officers intercepted the train at Glen Park and detained both parties. Their investigation determined that the couple had a child together. The male victim was not injured. The female was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence and was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. The Pittsburg train was delayed about 15 minutes as a result of this incident. The male victim was uncooperative and refused all domestic violence resources.