Officers saw, and attempted to detain, an adult female who battered her boyfriend while on a city street near the 12th Street station. The suspect, however, resisted the officers who then used physical force to place her in handcuffs. The female was subsequently booked into the county jail for domestic battery/violence and resisting arrest.
Officers arrested a male suspect for battering his girlfriend. When officers attempted to identify the suspect, he provided what was determined to be false identification; his identity was located and he was found to be on active probation. Then, as officers prepared to transport the suspect to jail, the victim became so upset with her boyfriend’s impending booking that she broke several station (wall) tiles. Officers used force to detain the victim in handcuffs for vandalism, and she was eventually released with a citation for the crime. The male suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic battery, providing false identification to police and for violating probation. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation.
BART and Union City Police officers arrested a female suspect for domestic violence after an independent witness reported she battered the male victim, later determined to be the father of the suspect's children. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail. The victim was not injured.
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.
An officer was in an eatery adjacent to the station when he noticed a female grabbing onto a male in an apparent argument. The officer tried to intercede, but the female continued grabbing onto the male and had to be placed in a control hold. She resisted arrest, but was eventually handcuffed. The male, who was not injured, was determined to be her boyfriend. SFPD was unable to respond, so the female was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic battery and resisting arrest. The male refused an emergency protective order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and to conduct a use of force investigation.
Officers and a sergeant detained two female suspects for reportedly fighting one another at the station. During their investigation, in addition to confirming the two had battered one another, officers learned the suspects were dating one another and that their four-year-old child had been pushed to the ground during the fight. Officers placed both suspects under arrest for domestic battery and child endangerment. Both were booked into the county jail and issued prohibition orders. The child was treated at the scene for a potential head injury, and then released to a Child Protective Services representative.
A female victim reported that her boyfriend punched her while they were in the parking structure. The suspect left in a vehicle and was not located by responding officers. The victim was transported to the hospital for stomach pain. An EPO was obtained for the victim.
BART and Hayward officers detained a male suspect for reportedly battering his girlfriend in the concourse area of the station. An independent witness identified the suspect as the responsible, and he was placed under arrest for domestic violence. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and served with an emergency protective order before being booked into the county jail. The victim, who sustained minor-to-moderate arm and facial injuries, was transported to a local hospital for further medical treatment. A sergeant responded to supervise the investigation and approve the arrest.
A female victim called to report that her boyfriend punched, kicked and choked her at the station. While she was on the phone making the report, the suspect returned and battered her again. Responding officers were able to locate a witness, but the victim and suspect were gone. Dispatch had been able to obtain the suspect vehicle license plate via camera. After checking the address of the registered owner, officers located the car and saw the suspect drive the car. An enforcement stop was conducted and the suspect was taken into custody. He was found to be in possession of the victim's cell phone and purse. The victim was later located and transported to be interviewed and medically treated for her injuries. Detectives responded to conduct the interviews/investigation. Once completed, the suspect will be issued a prohibition order, medically cleared and booked into the Santa Rita Jail. He will also be served with an emergency protective order to stay away from the victim.
Patrons reported that a male and female were involved in a physical fight inside the station. Officers arrived and detained both parties. It was determined that the two were involved in a dating relationship and that the male was the aggressor. The male was arrested for domestic violence and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Officers detained two male suspects for battering one another. Further investigation determined the pair was in fact a father and his adult son whose argument escalated when they battered one another while at the station. As a result, both sustained minor visible injuries for which they declined medical attention. Officers placed the two under arrest for battering one another, issued each a prohibition order, and booked them into the county jail. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
Officers responded to a report of a male subject beating a female subject at the station. The officers arrived and located a possible suspect while CSO’s located the victim. Medical responded to treat the victim who suffered from minor injuries and was transported to the Highland Hospital for a pre-existing injury that was allegedly re-aggravated as a result of the battery. Further investigation revealed that the male subject was a dating relationship with the female victim. The suspect was positively identified by the victim. The victim alleged that her boyfriend assaulted and also took some of her property during the incident. The suspect was interviewed by officers. The suspect is to be arrested and booked into North County for domestic violence, robbery, and will additionally be issued a Prohibition Order and an Emergency Protective Order.
Officers intercepted a Fremont bound train at the Berkeley Station for a report of a male and female fighting on the train. Officers detained the male and female and determined they had battered each other. The male and female were placed under arrest for domestic battery.
An officer responded to a report of a male and female fighting at the station. The officer located both parties and detained them in handcuffs. Additional officers arrived to assist. Both parties were booked for domestic battery.
A sergeant and officers contacted a female subject who was apparently despondent. During their investigation, police personnel learned that a male suspect, later determined to be the female’s boyfriend, had battered the female. Officers placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence and then learned that he was also wanted on a $25K narcotics warrant, held by Concord Police. The victim, who was not injured, was also found to have an outstanding $5K possession of stolen property warrant. Subsequently, the suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic violence and the warrant, while the victim was issued a citation for her warrant.
A station agent called to report that a female suspect punched a female victim in the face. Officers arrived and contacted all parties. The victim was uncooperative and declined any medical or police assistance. She did not have any visible injuries. It was determined that the two are in a dating relationship. The suspect was taken into custody for domestic violence. The victim had to be physically restrained as the suspect was being placed in the patrol car. A supervisor responded to conduct the use of force investigation. The victim declined an emergency protective order or any domestic violence literature. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic violence.
Officers responded to a report of a fight on a train between a male and a female. On arrival the officers located witnesses and both suspects who were detained. The investigation revealed that the suspects were involved in a dating relationship and that the female suspect had battered the male. The female suspect was listed as a missing juvenile and was determined to be the dominant aggressor in the incident. The female was arrested and booked for battery and the suspect's parents were notified of the incident. Further investigation revealed that the male suspect was also contributing to the delinquency of the female minor, so he was cited and released for the violation. The female suspect was issued a prohibition order.
Patrons on board the Richmond bound train reported that a black male and female were involved in a heated argument, and that the female appeared to be asking for help. Officers responded and located the couple on the train. During the investigation the male became uncooperative and had to be physically restrained. The female was not injured, and claimed that she and her boyfriend had simply been involved in a verbal dispute. The male was ultimately arrested for resisting/impeding officers and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A female victim reported that her ex-boyfriend punched her in the station bus zone. The suspect fled toward downtown Walnut Creek. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect. The victim declined medical attention. Officers developed a possible address for the suspect in the city of Concord, but a check of the residence revealed that the suspect was not there. The investigation will continue to locate the suspect.
A BART officer responded to the station regarding a BART train operator’s report of two male suspects fighting one another on the station’s platform. On his arrival, the officer located the suspects and managed to separate them with the eventual assistance of several San Francisco Airport Police Officers. The officer then learned that the suspects were involved in a 3-4 year dating relationship, and had earlier argued over a relationship issue which escalated into a fight between the two; both on the platform and aboard a train. While on the train, one of the suspects (#1) stated he drew a knife as a form of self-defense, but the other suspect (#2) grabbed it and lacerated his own hand. Suspect #2, however, claimed the knife was intentionally used against him. Aside from the train operator who only witnessed the suspects fighting one another, officers were unable to locate any other witnesses. Officers located the involved knife in suspect 1’s possession, while the incident train was searched for potential evidence and video. Subsequently, it was determined the suspects were mutual combatants. It was also determined there was probable cause to believe that suspect #1 assaulted suspect #2 with the knife. Paramedics responded to attend to both suspects as each sustained minor lacerations to their hands; they were medically cleared at the scene. Subsequently, suspect #1 was booked into the county jail for domestic violence and assault with a deadly weapon, while suspect #2 was booked into the county jail for domestic battery. Both suspects, who refused emergency protective orders, were issued BART Police prohibition orders.
San Ramon Police reported having responded to a residence in their city regarding a domestic violence incident which was determined to have occurred earlier, at the Dublin/Pleasanton station. A BART Police Officer responded to the residence where he met with San Ramon Officers, as well as the involved husband and wife. Further investigation by the BART officer revealed the husband/suspect struck his wife/victim three times on her left arm with his elbow as the couple argued in their vehicle at the station. The officer then placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence without incident, booked him into the Alameda County jail, at Santa Rita, and issued him a prohibition order. The victim, who suffered no visible injuries, refused medical attention. 1610-1554 L22/L10
A suspect battered his girlfriend at the West Oakland BART Station. He followed her to the 12th Street station where he was arrested, Prohibition Order, and EPO issued. The suspect was transported to 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.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a black male and black female involved in a verbal argument. Officers detained both parties and observed that the female had visible scratches to her nose and cheek. Officers learned that the male and female were living together and in a dating relationship. Further investigation revealed that the male had battered the female resulting in her visible injuries. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim declined medical attention as well as an Emergency Protective Order. The male was issued a prohibition order before being transported to the Martinez Jail where he was booked on the above listed charge.