Officers responded to 40th Street and Telegraph Avenue near the station for a report of a man and a woman in a physical fight and also hitting each other with a cane. Upon arrival, the officers broke up the fight and detained both subjects. Further investigation revealed both parties, who are currently in a relationship, were the dominant aggressors and they sustained injuries which required medical attention. Both subjects were arrested for domestic battery and booked at the Santa Rita Jail. 1201-3476 L12.
Officers responded to the station to intercept a train on a report of a physical altercation between a male and a female. Upon arrival, officers off-boarded and separated the involved parties who were husband and wife. Although the wife was uncooperative, witnesses stated the husband verbally threatened his wife and pulled her hair while on the train. No injuries were sustained. The husband was placed under arrest for domestic battery and was booked at the Glen Dyer Jail. 1201-1077 L12.
Witnesses reported seeing a male and female in an altercation at the station. The female appeared to be the dominant aggressor by pushing the male and grabbing his throat. Officers arrived at the scene and placed the female under arrest for domestic battery against the male, who is her boyfriend and the father of her two children. 1112-3620 L12.
An officer on-viewed a domestic dispute between a male and female (husband and wife ) on West MacArthur Blvd., beneath the BART tracks and freeway. The male had the female’s purse and was walking away from her. The female was screaming at the male and demanding her purse back. The officer intervened and detained the male without incident. The female had scrapes and cuts on her face, allegedly from the male. The incident occurred in Oakland Police jurisdiction, but the case was taken by BART PD as a courtesy due to OPD due to their high-volume of outstanding calls for service. The male was arrested for domestic violence battery and robbery. The female declined medical attention.
A woman reported that her boyfriend punched her in the face while at the Concord Station, and took her cell phone. The victim did not required medical attention. Upon the officer’s arrival, the victim had left the station and the suspect had fled in an unknown direction. 1111-1760 L12.
A female called to report that her ex-boyfriend approached her at the station, struck her in the face and took their 2 year old daughter (who was in a stroller). He then fled the area in his vehicle with the daughter. The victim was able to provide the identifying information of the suspect and the vehicle he was driving. Berkeley Police and the CHP were notified. Officers were able to make phone contact with the suspect who said that he was dropping the child off at the grandmother's house. The suspect, who has a restraining order to stay away from the child and the child's mother (which has not yet been served), did drop the child off at the grandmother's home and fled the area. The grandmother responded to the station with the child. Officers summoned medical aid for the mother, but she declined. She had no visible injuries. The suspect is also a parolee with a no bail warrant for his arrest. Detectives will be seeking a complaint against the suspect, who is still outstanding, and contacting his parole agent.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a male having battered a female and was chasing her around the station. Upon their arrival, the officers detained the male, who was positively identified by the female as the person who battered her. The female, a former girlfriend of the male, also had an active restraining order against him. A warrant check revealed male had two outstanding felony warrants for narcotic activity totaling $60,000 and a misdemeanor warrant for domestic battery for $10,000. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery, violation of a restraining order, and the three outstanding warrants. The female suffered a bloody lip as a result of the battery, but no medical attention was needed. 1111-0673 L12.
Two officers were in the station when the station agent flagged them down to report a battery. The agent was with an 8 year old girl, who was crying. The agent also pointed out an adult female nearby as the suspect who had pushed and slapped the child. The officers spoke to all parties and determined that the adult female was the mother of the girl. The mother became upset with the child, pushed her through the fare gate and then slapped her across the face with a significant amount of force, enough to cause a visible injury. The station agent placed the mother under citizen's arrest and the mother was booked into the Glen Dyer Jail for willful injury to a child. The child was turned over to her grandmother. Detectives and child protective services were notified of the case.
Officer on-viewed a domestic violence battery between two females who have a dating relationship. The officer used physical force to detain and handcuff the primary aggressor, who was resistive to being detained; and was subsequently arrested and booked for DV battery. There were no reported injuries by the victim, suspect or officer involved in this incident.
Officers responded to a domestic violence, physical altercation near the station fare gates involving a male and a female. Part of the confrontation was caught on video in Police Dispatch (ISRC) and showed the male suspect hitting the female in the head. The station agent was nearby and grabbed the male, preventing him from attacking further. The male suspect then left the station on foot and the female followed after him. Officers detained both parties just off of BART property on Tennyson Street. The male and female live together, and have a child together. The male was arrested for domestic battery and booked at Santa Rita jail.
A female victim reported that she was battered by a male subject on the street above the station and then she and the suspect went into the station. Officers were on the scene detained the suspect and determined the victim had a minor facial injury from the battery. OPD was called but was behind on numerous calls. The officers on the scene took the case and determined that the couple had a child together which made the battery a felony. The suspect was arrested at the station and booked for domestic violence at the North County Jail.
An officer spoke to a woman who, according to a witness, had been battered on the Fremont platform. The victim told the officer that her boyfriend had intentionally bumped her hard enough with his shoulder to knock her to the ground. The suspect had fled the station and could not be located. It was determined that the victim is a prostitute and the suspect, who has previously inflicted corporal injury upon the victim, is her pimp. The CAP Team sergeant will conduct investigative follow-up on this case with the county human-trafficking task force.
A man reported seeing a male suspect hit a woman and throw her on the ground. On Elgin St., the reporting party pointed out the suspect to officers, who detained the suspect. The suspect fled from the officers, then climbed a fence. The suspect was eventually apprehended in the station’s west parking lot, with the assistance of an Alameda Co. sheriff’s deputy. It was determined that the suspect and victim had a dating relationship. The victim, who had no signs of physical injury, declined to cooperate in the investigation. The reporting party placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest. The suspect was arrested for domestic battery and delaying/obstructing a peace officer. He was interviewed by a sergeant prior to being booked into Santa Rita Jail.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a fight between a male and a female. Upon further investigation at the scene, it was determined there was not enough probable cause to detain the parties for battery. However, a warrant check on the female revealed an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of Concord for narcotics. The male was released at the scene, and the female was placed under arrest for the outstanding warrant. Trains were delayed for 7 minutes. 1110-2255 L12.
An independent witness called to report that a male punched a small child while aboard a bus which was parked in the bus zone. Officers responded and made contact with all parties. According to the witness, the child (7 years old) was arguing with her 4 year old sibling when the grandfather punched her in the face to end the argument. An ambulance was summoned to treat the 7 year old. The grandfather was taken into custody. Once cleared by medical staff (no visible injuries), the 7 year old and her sister were turned over to their mother (who responded to the scene). The grandfather was booked into the Glen Dyer Jail for the willful harm to a child charge.
A sergeant on his way to a Coliseum Stadium detail was advised of a male choking a female in the parking lot of the Napa Auto Parts store. The sergeant detained the male for domestic violence investigation. The female did not appear to be injured and declined medical attention. The case was turned over to the Oakland Police Department for investigation as the crime occurred in their jurisdiction.
The station agent reported that a man was yelling at a woman, then the female choked the male. An officer responded and arrested the female suspect for domestic battery. The suspect was interviewed by a sergeant, then booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a female yelling for “police.” The station agent reported a male was chasing a female toward the nearby shopping center. Officers located both parties. Upon a records check, the male had a stay-away order from the female. The male was also on parole for assault with a deadly weapon. The male was arrested for violation of the restraining order and booked at the Martinez Detention facility.
A woman reported that her ex-husband tried to sexually assault her during a custody exchange in the parking lot. The victim said the suspect tried to have forced sex with her while she was inside her vehicle and he was outside the vehicle. The victim did not need medical attention. Detectives were called and the investigation is on-going at this time. 1109-2467 L12.
A patron reported that there was an adult male suspect on a Millbrae bound train approaching the station and he was spitting on his girlfriend. BART Officers arrived at the station and found the couple that had been fighting. There was also an independent witness that off-boarded the train and gave a statement to the officers. Officers were able to determine that the male subject was the aggressor and the female victim had scratches on her arm from the suspect grabbing her. Officers arrested the suspect for Domestic Violence and he was booked at the Santa Rita Jail. 1109-0571 L20.
Officers responded to the MacArthur Station on a report by the station agent of a male screaming at his girlfriend near the bus zone. A warrant check on the male revealed an active protective order against him by the female. The male was placed under arrest for violating the court order, and was booked at the Glen Dyer Jail. 1109-0455 L12.
A patron reported that a man was hitting a woman on the platform. The male suspect fled before officers arrived. The involved parties have been dating and have a child together. The female victim has a restraining order against the suspect. She sustained a swollen lip and scratches on her arm. The suspect was later located by an officer at a local hospital on information from Richmond police, and arrested for spousal battery/infliction of corporal injury. The suspect was interviewed by a sergeant, then transported to the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a male suspect who hit a female in the face near the station agent’s booth. The suspect also forcefully grabbed and took possession of the female’s cell phone to prevent her from calling police. The suspect then fled on foot, away from the station. Officers responded to the call and detained the male suspect a block away from the station. The victim positively identified the suspect and stated they have a child together. The male suspect was arrested for DV battery and robbery, and booked at the Glenn Dyer jail facility.
Officers responded to the report of a domestic dispute in the passenger pick-up zone of the station between a male and a female. Apparently, the male was trying to exit the female’s vehicle with his belongings, but she refused to let him take them. While attempting to remove his property from the vehicle, the female kicked the male in the head several times. The male refused medical attention. The female was arrested for domestic violence and is to be booked at SF City jail.