A BART Officer responded to Hayward Station concerning the report of a battery on a Fremont bound train. A distraught female adult victim in the company of a toddler and newborn were located near the station agent’s booth. The Officer located an adult male suspect on the platform, (BM, 5’11” 165). Two witnesses came forward and stated the suspect pushed the woman into a seat on the above train. The victim refused to cooperate with an investigation. It was determined that the suspect was the father of the above children. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a woman being beaten by a man inside the station. As officers arrived, patrons pointed out the suspect and victim who were leaving the station in opposite directions. One officer contacted the female victim while the other officer contacted the male suspect. The suspect, who is the victim's boyfriend, was contacted inside a nearby liquor store. The suspect did not comply with the officer and assistance was requested. The officer's partner responded and a struggle ensued when the suspect resisted the officers as they attempted to place him under arrest. Additional BART PD and SFPD officers responded and the suspect was taken into custody without further incident. The victim said her boyfriend had grabbed her while inside the station as they fought. The victim declined medical attention and had no visible injuries. The suspect complained of pain to his shoulder and leg, so medical was requested. The suspect was debriefed by the Sergeant before being taken to SF General Hospital for medical clearance prior to booking. It is intended that the suspect will be booked into the San Francisco County Jail on the above listed charges after release from the hospital. There were no injuries to any of the involved officers. Video surveillance from inside the liquor store is being sought by the investigating officers.
A woman and her boyfriend were battered by her ex-boyfriend. The ex-boyfriend, who is also the father of the woman’s daughter, slapped the female in the face and punched the male in the face while they were at the ticket machines in the free area. The suspect fled from the station toward Martin Luther King Blvd. and Ashby Avenue. No medical attention was requested.
An officer responded to a report of a male battering a female. The officer arrested the male for domestic battery upon his pregnant girlfriend. Three independent witnesses told the officer that the suspect had pushed and choked the woman. A sergeant attempted to debrief the suspect, who was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
The ISRC received a CHP transfer call reporting a possible kidnapping in progress in the bus zone of the station. The victim, who is 6 months pregnant with the suspect's child, was being held against her will inside the suspect's vehicle. The suspect drove the victim to the station at which time an argument ensued. The suspect took a hold of the victim's hair as she tried to exit the car. The suspect started to back up the vehicle when witnesses heard the victim scream. The suspect let go of the victim and he drove off in a white older sedan towards Bailey Rd. The victim walked into the station and was contacted by the responding officer. The officer observed a visible injury on the victim's neck which was caused by the supect as he tried to choke her. The victim gave the officer a brief statement, but was adamant about getting on a train to go to work in San Francisco. The victim's injuries were photographed prior to her leaving on a train. Officers recontacted the victim in San Francisco and obtained a more detailed statement. The primary officers went to the suspect's residence in an attempt to locate him and take him into custody for the aforementioned crimes. The officers located the suspect as he drove up to his mother's house. The suspect was taken into custody without incident. The on-call detective responded and interviewed the suspect. The suspect was subsequently booked into the Martinez County Jail on charges of domestic violence and false imprisonment. Video surveillance was requested.
Officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a woman having been beaten by her boyfriend in the east parking lot. The victim was chased into the station by her boyfriend and locked in the agent’s booth to keep her safe. One officer located the suspect who had fled to the pond adjacent to the station. The suspect was ordered back to the parking lot. The investigation determined that the suspect had battered his girlfriend, who had hidden in the agents booth, numerous times and her mother. No medical was required by either victim. The victim refused an Emergency Protective Order. The suspect was booked at the Santa Rita County Jail.
A female suspect was reported by the Station Agent to be punching the victim and holding him in a head lock while calling him names. The victim was able to get to the station platform while the suspect remained near the agents booth. After interviewing witnesses and the involved party it was determined that the suspect and victim had been involved in a dating relationship. The suspect was arrested for Domestic Battery. The victim was arrested for False Identification to a Peace Officer. No medical was required for the victim.
A patron reported a male beating a female inside a car in front of the station. A CSO was able to broadcast the suspect's description as he exited the vehicle and entered the station. The female victim drove her vehicle away from the area before officers arrived, but the CSO was able to also provide a description of her and the vehicle. Officers responded and contacted the male in the station. After speaking with the male suspect, officers were able to make phone contact with his wife (who was determined to be the victim) and have her return to the station. Statements were taken from the victim and the witness, confirming that a battery had occurred. The suspect was taken into custody for the domestic violence charge. The victim did not require medical attention, but was provided with a temporary restraining order (TRO). The suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility after being served with the TRO.
Officers responded to the Ashby BART station on a report of a fight in progress. The first responding officer, who was nearby, observed the fight occurring in the flea market. The parties were separated by the officer and citizens. The investigation revealed that the suspect and victim had been involved in a long-term dating relationship that recently ended. The suspect had sent the victim threatening text messages before confronting her in the flea market. The suspect started a physical confrontation with the victim who in turn defended herself. The suspect sustained facial injuries as a result of the fight. The victim was not injured. A records check of both parties revealed a valid restraining order on file protecting the victim from the suspect. The suspect was placed under arrest for violation of a court order and domestic battery. The suspect was debriefed by a Sergeant before being transported to Alta Bates Hospital for treatment of her injuries. The suspect was medically cleared and booked into the Berkeley City Jail.
A sergeant and officer responded to a report of a woman and a man fighting in the station. The female suspect admitted having hit the man in the mouth. The victim, whose lip was bleeding, was not cooperative. The suspect was arrested for battery upon the man, with whom she has a dating relationship. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
A female reported her ex-boyfriend, who has been repeatedly stalking and threatening her, was currently at her vehicle in the parking structure at the station. The victim was willing to make a citizen’s arrest on her ex-boyfriend. An Emergency Protective Order was issued by a judge, and officers went to the suspect's residence to serve it. Upon serving the order, the suspect was placed under arrest for stalking. Detectives notified. 1204-3717 L12.
ACSO called Dispatch stating they were at a residence in San Leandro with a female victimof domestic violence, which occurred two hours earlier at the Richmond BART station. ACSO also stated they had the suspect detained in San Leandro. Officers responded to the residence and took jurisdiction over the case. The victim told BART officers the suspect is her boyfriend and they have a child together. The victim stated the suspect punched her and slapped her in the face while at the Richmond BART station, in the elevator. The victim did not have any visible injuries and refused any medical attention. The suspect was arrested and booked for domestic violence battery. An EPO was generated for the victim and served on the suspect. Video evidence from the incident station will be requested.
A woman reported that her boyfriend had hit her on her head. The suspect was located outside of a Concord residence by a sergeant. The suspect was arrested for battery on a person with whom he has a dating relationship, and for possession of cocaine, possession of hashish, and possession for sales. The Alameda Co. Narcotics Task Force officer was notified. The on-call detective interviewed the suspect. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers responded to a report of a male who had been hitting a female aboard a Richmond train and in the station. A station agent witnessed the battery. Via camera, a police dispatcher saw the male suspect hit the female and drag her out of a station elevator in a head lock. The dispatcher was able to positively identify the suspect. The suspect was arrested for inflicting corporal injury upon the juvenile victim, who is 6 months pregnant with his child. The victim sustained a cut and swelling to her wrist. The suspect and victim both refused to speak with the on-scene detective. The victim was released to her mother and grandmother after being medically cleared. The suspect was additionally charged with delaying/obstructing a peace officer, and booked into Santa Rita Jail.
BART Officers responded to the Lake Merritt station concerning a report of a man who punched a woman. While en-route, officers were advised that the man and woman had left the station and were near 9th and Madison Sts. Officers contacted the man and woman along with two independent witnesses and determined that the male detainee had battered his girlfriend. The victim refused to give a statement to officers and declined medical treatment. The suspect was taken into custody and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
An officer responded to a report of a couple fighting on the platform. A station agent and system-service worker told the officer that they witnessed the female slapping her boyfriend in the face and pushing him against a stairwell wall. The woman admitted having done so. She was arrested for battery upon a person with whom she has a dating relationship. The victim did not sustain any physical injuries. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility.
An officer walking the platform noticed two adult females involved in an altercation. One of the females (who was being hugged by the other) asked the officer to get the other female away from her. The officer tried to assist by pulling the suspect off of the victim, but the suspect tried to grab the victim again. The officer had to put her into a control hold to get her away from the victim. During the struggle, the suspect resisted and attempted to hit the officer, but was unsuccessful. During the struggle, the victim (who is in a dating relationship with the suspect) left the area and could not be located. Witness statements were taken from the independent witnesses in the area and the suspect was eventually booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence, assault on an officer and resisting arrest.
A female victim phoned from the station stating a male friend/suspect she lent her vehicle to in the City of Vallejo, would not return it to her without some sort of compensation. The victim stated the suspect was going to meet her at the Richmond BART station. A sergeant and officers responded to the station. The victim stated the suspect also battered her the night before, causing injury to her rib area. At approximately 1820 hrs, the suspect walked into the plaza area of the station and was detained by on-scene officers without incident. Medical was called for the victim, who had obvious bruising in the face area and was complaining of pain to the rib area, which apparently resulted from the aforementioned battery. The suspect also complained of chest pains and medical was summoned for him too. Both suspect and victim were transported separately to Kaiser Hospital in Richmond. The officers also went to the hospital to get statements from the victim and suspect. The Vallejo Police Department was contacted regarding this incident and any related crime reports; and they did not have any, but stated there was a medical call at the victim’s house early this morning, where the victim supposedly fell. The Vallejo Police Department did not have any resources to travel to Richmond and take a report immediately. BART officers stood by until and Vallejo PD sent an officer(s) to Kaiser Richmond at around 2000 hrs to assume responsibility for the case. Vallejo took custody of the suspect and were charging him with Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Domestic Violence and Terrorist Threats.
A BART officer contacted a suspect for fare evasion near the fare gates. During the contact, the suspect gave the officer a false name. The name the suspect gave the officer came back with a $10,000 felony warrant out of Richmond PD. When the officer attempted to handcuff the suspect, he pulled away from the officer stating that he was not going to jail. After a brief struggle, the officer was able to handcuff the suspect. The suspect then made statements to the officer that he wanted to kill himself. The officer was able to determine the suspects true identity which came back with a misdemeanor "no bail" warrant for domestic violence out of Oakland PD. The suspect was also on probation for domestic violence. The suspect was taken to Summit Hospital where he was sedated before being taken to John George Psychiatric Hospital. The suspect was placed on a 72 hour psychiatric hold with a police hold. After release from John George, the suspect will be booked into jail for Resisting Arrest, False ID to an Officer, Probation Violation and Fare Evasion. There were no injuries to the officer or suspect. Video was requested.
BART Officers responded to Union City Station concerning a battery in progress in front of the station. As the officers entered the station, they saw an adult female (BF, 19yo) striking an adult male (BM, 25yo). The officers detained the man and woman and determined the female had battered her boyfriend repeatedly when he was late picking her up. The victim had some cuts on his hand and refused medical or an emergency protective order. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for battery on a co-habitant. 1202-4158 L21.
Officers on a special patrol detail at the station observed a man and a woman in a heated argument in the parking lot. Upon seeing the officers, the male half of the incident fled on foot. The officers contacted the female and discovered that the two parties were involved in a domestic relationship and that the male had made threats, battered the woman and attempted to stab her with a knife as the result of her attempting to break the relationship off. Officers from BART and Oakland PD searched the area and checked a previous residence of the suspect but were unable to locate him. Video evidence was recovered from the station and the victim was treated for a minor injury to her head.
The mother of a male victim of domestic battery called 911 to report her son’s girlfriend hit him in the face while in the parking lot of the Richmond station. Dispatch contacted the male victim via cell phone and confirmed he was still in the station parking lot, and would wait for an officer. The victim stated he just broke up with the suspect and she then proceeded to hit him repeatedly in the face while they were sitting in his vehicle. The suspect then left to go into the BART station, but returned a few minutes later. An officer responded on-scene and detained the suspect without incident. The male victim sustained a swollen eye and scratches, but did not want to pursue a criminal complaint. The juvenile, female suspect was arrested for domestic battery and is slated to be booked at juvenile hall.
Officers responded to the station on a report an altercation between a male and female whom appeared to be together. The couple also had their baby with them and the male was attempting to take possession of the baby. The station System Service worker witnessed the male push the female on two occasions. The couple left the station together and the officer’s contacted them near SF City College. The station System Service responded and identified the male suspect and female victim. The male suspect was arrested for domestic violence. The male suspect claimed to have a week-old bullet wound to his stomach and was also feeling suicidal, as he stated he was off his medication. Medical was summoned and they transported the suspect to SF General with an officer escort. After being checked out medically for the wound, the suspect will be transported to the adjacent ward for psychiatric evaluation. After being cleared on the psychiatric detention, the suspect is to be arrested and booked for domestic violence, and child endangerment.
Officers responded to the 19th St. BART Station when a witness reported seeing a man punching a woman several times in the face on the concourse level of the station. The witness said the man and woman left the station onto Broadway Ave. The officers detained the suspect and victim on Broadway and determined they were engaged to be married. The witness positively identified the suspect, (BM, 43 yrs old). Incident to arrest, the officers found suspected heroin in the suspect's pants pocket. The substance tested positive for heroin. The suspect was interviewed and was subsequently booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. Video evidence was obtained depicting the alleged assault. 1202-3149. L21.
A female struck her girlfriend in the face while in the station and then continued to hit the victim as they entered their vehicle in the lot. Officers arrived and arrested the suspect for domestic violence. The victim, who suffered minor welts and scratches on her face, declined medical attention and refused any EPO information. Statements were taken from the victim, suspect and the station agent (witness) before the suspect was booked into the Hayward City Jail.