A woman approached the station agent to report that her former boyfriend, who has been harassing her, was outside the station. The female asked the agent to call the police for help. The suspect entered the station and chased the female into the booth, where he punched her several times. He then fled into the surrounding neighborhood. The female suffered injuries to her face and left hand. She was transported to Summit Hospital for treatment. Officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area, but a complaint will be sought based on the victim's identification of the suspect. Officers obtained an Emergency Protective Order for the victim.
A station agent witnessed a female striking a male at the Lake Merritt Station. Responding officers located them inside the elevator and determined the female was the aggressor. Video footage captured the female striking the male numerous times, causing him to fall from his wheelchair. It was determined the two were in a dating relationship and had been together for two years. Oakland Fire and Paramedics Plus responded to treat their injuries. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the female. Detectives were notified and a CSO responded to pull the video tape. The female was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for Domestic Battery.
A patron called to report a male and female involved in an argument and that the female had thrown rocks at the male. Officers made contact and determined that the couple is in a dating relationship and that the female had struck the male in the back with a rock. The male refused any assistance or medical aid, but the female was taken into custody for domestic violence. The male was provided Domestic Violence information, along with EPO information. The female was booked into the Redwood City Jail for the domestic violence charge.
The station agent reported a male and female in a dispute over the custody of their 4 year old child. The couple went to the platform with the child. Trains ran through the station as a precaution. Berkeley and BART PD officers responded and detained both parents. The investigation determined that the father had legal custody of the child and that no domestic violence had occurred today. However, record checks showed that the father had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant, held by Alameda PD for domestic violence. The father was arrested on his warrant and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. The child was turned over to the child's grandmother. The train delay was approximately 11 minutes.
A station agent reported a disturbance between a male and a female at the station. Officers made contact with all parties and determined that the male had taken a swing at the female and grazed her, but did not cause any injuries. The male was also found to have a $5,000 warrant for DUI. The female was offered and emergency protective order and the male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the warrant and the domestic violence charge.
An argument between a girlfriend and boyfriend on a Dublin bound train resulted in the female pulling the male’s hair and scratching his face and neck. The female was deemed to be the aggressor and was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim sustained minor injuries but did not need medical attention. Both parties gave written statements, and a sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest
Officers responded to a report of a fight between a boyfriend and girlfriend in the parking lot. Upon investigation, it was determined the man was deemed the dominant aggressor against the female after an argument led to mutual battery. No one was injured. The man was placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and interview the parties. The victim declined the request for an emergency restraining order.
Officers responded to the platform on a report of a male threatening a female aboard a Dublin/Pleasanton bound train. Upon further investigation, it was determined a boyfriend threw his cane and food at his girlfriend while they are at the Powell Street Station. The boyfirend also threatened the female, who suffered no injuries. A warrant checked revealed the man had an outstanding $35,000 arrest warrant out of Napa for burglary. The man was placed under arrest for domestic battery, threats, and the warrant. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and interview the suspect. An emergency protective order for the victim was issued. 1301-4040 L12.
Patrons reported a verbal dispute between a male and female on the train. The parties off boarded the train and were contacted by officers. The male and female were determined to be in a relationship. According to the female, during the argument, the male threw a hamburger at the female, which struck her in the head. The female was not injured, but the male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the domestic battery charge and a $35,000 warrant for burglary.
A woman was punched in the face and pushed out of her vehicle by her boyfriend while they were in the upper parking lot. Both parties had active restraining orders against each other, and the male fled the station in the vehicle after the incident. The victim sustained a lacerated lip, and was given medical attention at the scene. An arrest warrant for domestic battery and violation of a restraining order will be sought for the boyfriend. 1301-3078 L12/L10
The station agent called the ISRC to report that a male was pushing a female inside the station. The responding officer detained the male suspect, who is in a dating relationship with the female victim. The investigation revealed that the victim had destroyed the suspect's phone by smashing it while on the platform. An argument ensued and both parties ended up in the paid area of the station. According to a witness, the suspect pushed the victim. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim did not suffer any injuries and refused to cooperate with the officers in the investigation. Despite this, officers booked the suspect into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery after being debriefed by the sergeant.
A female patron called to report that her boyfriend was in the station and had threatened her. Officers arrived and made contact with both parties. The female said that the male had not only threatened to "shoot" her, but also pushed her around and grabbed onto her throat. No weapons were located on either party. The victim had red marks on her neck, but did refused medical attention. She was provided with an emergency protective order. The male, who was also found to be in possession of suspected heroin, was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for possession of a controlled substance, making criminal threats and the domestic violence charge.
A witness reported to the station agent that a male suspect was choking and hitting a female on the platform. When officers arrived, the suspect had already fled from the station. The investigation revealed that the suspect and victim are in a dating relationship. The two got into an argument on the platform when the male began to choke and hit the victim in the face with a closed fist. The victim sustained a small cut to the left side of her face. The victim declined medical attention and told the officers she did not want to pursue charges against the suspect. She declined an Emergency Protective Order and said that she already has an active restraining on file against the suspect. Officers checked a local apartment for the suspect with negative results. Officers are requesting station video.
Officers responded to a report of a loud argument and possible physical fight between a man and woman aboard a Dublin/Pleasanton train. The officers located the couple and had them off-board the train. It was determined that the woman had a restraining order against the man, with whom she has a dating relationship. The suspect was arrested for violation of the restraining order, and for domestic battery. The suspect had pushed the victim and bitten her on the lip while aboard the train. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant, then booked into Santa Rita Jail.
Officers responded from inside the station on a report of a female throwing a male to the ground. Upon arrival, officers contacted the suspect and the victim. According to the victim, the suspect is the mother of his child. The victim also has a restraining order against the suspect. According to witnesses, the suspect and victim were engaged in a verbal argument. During the argument, the suspect grabbed the victim by the shirt. A brief struggle ensued and the victim and suspect ended up on the ground. Witnesses said the suspect was the aggressor. The suspect was taken into custody, debriefed by the responding sergeant and booked into the SF County Jail on the above listed charges. The victim was not injured. Station video was requested.
The station agent called to report a male grabbing and pushing a female. Officers arrived and contacted the male suspect and the female victim. The station agent reported that she had seen the male push the female into the wall after grabbing onto her. The female did not have visible injuries at the time, but medical aid responded to tend to her. The female said that she and the male are in a dating relationship. The male refused to give a statement and was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for Domestic Violence.
A male and female, in the company of their three year old child, became involved in an argument as they got off a train. The argument became a physical confrontation. Responding officers detained both parties. There were no injuries. Witness statements and video evidence showed that the female was the aggressor in this incident and that the male avoided a physical confrontation as far as possible. The female was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. She began making statements that qualified her for psychiatric evaluation, so she was transported to the hospital for evaluation and medical clearance prior to booking. The male took custody of the child and was released. Child Protective Services was notified.
Officers were called to a domestic disturbance at the station. After contacting both parties, the officers determined that there was no physical contact, but the female had a criminal protective order requiring her to stay away from the male. She was taken into custody and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for violation of the court order.
Patrons reported a male subject had run from the platfrom onto the northbound tracks. Power was dropped for about two minutes while responding officers contacted the male and directed him to return to the platform. The ensuing investigation determined that the male had started a fight with his adult girlfriend on the platform and then run onto the tracks to escape. The female was not injured. She declined an Emergency Protective Order. The male was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence, trespassing on railroad property and for a $900 open container arrest warrant held by Berkeley PD. He was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
The station agent observed a male and female in an altercation inside the station. The male appeared to be preventing the female from leaving by grabbing her and pulling her back. Responding officers, as well as San Bruno PD officers, detained the couple near the station. The investigation determined that the couple, both juveniles, had been dating for five months. The male was the aggressor and the female was not injured. The male was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence and was booked at San Mateo County Juvenile Hall. The female was released to her parents after an Emergency Protective Order was obtained against the male.
An officer responded to an argument between a male and his girlfriend in the parking lot over whether the woman should drive home while being intoxicated. In an effort to take the keys away from his girlfriend, the male bit her on the arm. The girlfriend did not need medical assistance for her injury. The male was deemed the aggressor and was placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
Officers arrested a man for grabbing his former girlfriend and pushing her into a wall when she tried to walk away from him. The suspect was arrested for domestic battery, debriefed by a sergeant, who approved the arrest, and booked into Santa Rita Jail.
An officer responded to a report of a man and woman arguing loudly aboard a train at Concord station. An Alameda Co. sheriff’s deputy had told police dispatch that the woman appeared to have a black eye and was telling the man to leave her alone. A station agent pointed out the subjects to the officer and told him that the man would not leave the woman alone. Another officer arrived and the two officers separated the man and woman. The female victim told the officers that the man was her boyfriend, that they lived together, and that he had beaten her repeatedly. The investigating officer arrested the male suspect for domestic battery. The suspect invoked his Miranda Rights. A sergeant approved the arrest and attempted to debrief the suspect, who declined to speak to her. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility. The victim was treated at a nearby hospital for head pain and bumps and bruises on her face.
A witness reported that a female was striking a male at the El Cerrito Del Norte BART Station. Officers arrived on scene and detained the female. After interviewing the witness, the female was placed under arrest for Domestic Battery. The male refused to cooperate with the officers by giving a statement and did not request an emergency protection order. The male did not sustain any visible injuries and according to the witness did not fight back. The female is to be booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An adult male subject met an adult female subject at the South Hayward Station. The two subjects had been in a domestic relationship, but the relationship had ended. The male had a court order restraining him from contacting the female. The two subjects began argue over money and their child's custody. The male attempted to reach down to take the child or take money from the female's purse that was located inside a stroller and she physically prevented him. Officers were called and responded to the station. A records/warrant check showed the female had a court order restraining the male from contacting her. The male was on probation for domestic violence. The male was placed under arrest for Violation of a Court Order to Prevent Domestic Violence and Violation of Probation.