CHP transferred a 911 call from a male victim who said that his girlfriend was battering him and vandalizing his vehicle at the station. The female suspect had vandalized the interior and exterior of the car using a knife which she had grabbed from the center console. During the altercation the female also made verbal threats to the boyfriend. Alameda County Sheriff Deputies responded and detained the female suspect on the platform. BART Officers arrived and arrested the female suspect for domestic violence, vandalism, possession of the switchblade, and for making threats. She was booked at the Santa Rita Jail. The Sergeant responded to the scene.
Patrons reported a male striking a female on a train holding at the station. Officers responded and contacted the male suspect, the female victim (girlfriend of the suspect) and witnesses. The victim did not want to cooperate with the investigation and had no visible injuries, but witnesses identified the male suspect and gave statements to the officers that the male had battered the female. The victim refused medical aid and/or an emergency protective order. She was offered domestic violence reference material. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Redwood City Jail for domestic violence. The incident resulted in a 25 minute train delay.
A pregnant female victim reported that her boyfriend pushed her into a wall 3-4 times and left the area on a train. Officers contacted the female and determined that she had minor scrapes on her elbows as a result of the battery. Trains and the surrounding area were checked for the suspect, but he was not located. The victim provided the suspect's identity and said that she is pregnant with his child. The victim refused medical attention and an emergency protective order, but was provided domestic violence information. Station video will be requested. Photos were taken of the victim's injuries and the case will be forwarded to investigations for criminal charging.
CHP transferred a 911 call from a female victim who said that her boyfriend was battering her inside her vehicle at the station. Concord PD officers responded and detained the suspect. BART officers took over the case and arrested the suspect for domestic violence. The victim was not injured. She was provided with an EPO and domestic violence resources. The suspect was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An officer detained a female and a male couple for reportedly disturbing/harassing one another. During his investigation, the officer learned that the couple had just ended a dating relationship, and that the female earlier kicked the male in the groin. Shortly after learning this information, the officer placed the female under arrest for domestic violence; a sergeant approved the arrest. The male, who claimed no injury and refused medical attention, refused to pursue a criminal complaint against the female. The officer then booked the female into the county jail for domestic violence; she will be issued a prohibition order.
An officer on patrol was flagged down by witnesses who advised that a male and female were fighting at the station. The officer located the couple and witnessed the female suspect battering the male. Upon contact by the officer, the male victim was uncooperative, despite having visible scratches on his face. The female suspect attempted to leave the area on foot, but was detained by a sergeant. The investigation revealed that the female was the aggressor. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery, despite the victim being uncooperative. The victim declined any medical attention and also declined an emergency protective order. The suspect was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
A female victim reported that at about 1400 hours today, she was the victim of a domestic battery. She told officers that she had obtained a Temporary Restraining Order against her boyfriend, but that the order had not been served. She chose to meet with her boyfriend in the city of El Cerrito in order to attempt a reconciliation. The couple got into an argument as they walked toward BART. The boyfriend grabbed her arm and pulled her onto a train, which the couple rode to MacArthur Station. They got off the train there and continued their argument. The suspect pushed the victim twice. A relative of the victim arrived at the station and the victim left with the relative. The suspect left without further incident. The victim was not injured. The case will be forwarded to detectives for follow-up.
An officer was dispatched to check on a report of a female battering a male. The officer located the two parties and witnessed the female kicking the male. He was able to take the female into custody for the battery. The female was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence. The male victim, who had no visible injuries, refused an emergency protective order and/or medical attention.
Officers witnessed a male batter a female in the parking lot of the Bay Point Station. The male was taken into custody and the female refused medical treatment for her minor injuries. The male was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An anonymous person called to report a male choking a female on a Richmond bound train. The caller provided a description of both parties, but refused to provide their name or assist by identifying the involved parties. Officers checked the train at the El Cerrito Del Norte Station and contacted the male and female. The female admitted that the male had choked her. She refused medical attention, but was offered an emergency protective order. The male was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic battery.
A victim reported she was battered by her children's father at the Coliseum Station. The suspect pushed and struck the victim several times. A second victim was battered by the suspect when he attempted to intervene. Officers responded but the suspect fled the scene.
Officers detained a female suspect for battering her boyfriend. An independent witness came forward and identified the suspect as the primary aggressor. The victim, who appeared to have sustained minor injuries, declined medical attention. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic violence and booked into the county jail.
Officers detained a female and a male while investigating an earlier report of a domestic violence incident. During the investigation, officers learned the couple was in a dating relationship and that the female had earlier battered the male, which caused him minor/visible injuries; he refused medical assistance. The officers then placed the female under arrest for domestic violence, and she was eventually booked into the county jail.
Officers responded to a report of a possible theft. The male suspect was detained at a nearby business. The female reporting party claimed that the male had stolen her property while at a residence in San Leandro. Officers could not substantiate the claimed theft. Record checks showed that the female had a valid domestic violence protective order against the male. The male was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail for violation of a court order.
The station agent reported that a male and female were involved in a physical altercation in the free area near the booth. Officers responded, but the male suspect left the area on foot before they could arrive. The female victim told officers that the male was the father of their two week old child. The victim reported that they were on the way to Alta Bates Hospital to see their child when the argument broke out. Officers notified the hospital to be on the lookout for the suspect. The victim suffered injuries to her arms, but declined medical attention. The victim was provided with domestic violence resources and an EPO. The case was forwarded to detectives for follow up.
A female victim reported that her ex-boyfriend pushed and twisted her arm while they were in the parking lot. Officers responded to the station but were unable to locate the suspect who had left the station in a vehicle prior to their arrival. The officers provided the victim with an Emergency Protective Order and the investigation continues. The female victim declined medical attention and did not suffer any visual injuries.
Officers were dispatched to check on a report of a male and female involved in an altercation on a train at the station. An officer was able to locate the couple, who were involved in a verbal altercation. The officer was able to detain the male in handcuffs. The female then slapped the handcuffed male and she was then arrested. The male refused any medical attention and an emergency protective order. He was identified and released. The female was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
Officers were dispatched to check on a report of a male and female involved in a physical altercation. Officers were unable to locate the couple, but a San Mateo deputy sheriff located them nearby. The male had a small cut to his lip and said the female had hit him. The female has a restraining order which orders her to stay away from the male. The female was booked into the Redwood City Jail for domestic violence and violation of the court order. She was also issued a prohibition order. The male, who declined medical attention and/or an emergency protective order, was found to have a $70,000 family court warrant. He was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant.
Officers detained two males entering the station in connection with a battery that occurred on Powell Street several blocks from the station. It was determined that the two were married and that a domestic battery had occurred. SFPD was unable to respond due to Super Bowl events in the City. The aggressor was arrested for domestic battery and was booked at SF County Jail. The victim was uncooperative and refused domestic violence resources and an EPO.
An officer observed a male and female involved in an apparent domestic dispute in the bus zone. The officer detained both parties for investigation and determined that the female was the aggressor. Both parties were intoxicated in in public. The female was arrested for domestic battery and public intoxication. She was issued a prohibition order prior to being booked at Santa Rita Jail. The male was arrested for public intoxication and was booked at Fremont Jail. The male victim was provided with domestic violence resources, but declined an EPO.
A couple who were previously in a dating relationship, met at the West Oakland Station. The female allowed the male to enter her vehicle, to give him a ride home. The male grabbed the victim by the back of the head and struck her repeatedly in the face. No injuries sustained. The male fled on foot before the officers arrived. The victim complained of pain and medical arrived on scene to treat her. The on-call judge declined to issue an EPO on the case. The case is under investigation and will be referred to detectives.
An officer responded to the station agent’s report of a female suspect beating a male victim near the agent’s booth. The officer eventually detained both subjects aboard a train, which was held at platform level. The couple claimed they were play fighting, but the station agent said the female was the aggressor. She was arrested for domestic violence, issued a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Center. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
Officers responded to a report of a domestic battery at the Lake Merritt Station. It was reported a male was battering a female near lot A. Officers located the couple and detained the male. Based on witness statements, the male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A sergeant and officers responded to the bus zone are of the station regarding the report of an in-progress fight. The officers attempted to contact one of the involved parties, later identified as the suspect, who was uncooperative, agitated and in control of a stroller containing a small child; the suspect was later determined to be the child’s father. As one of the officers attempted to reason with the suspect, he placed the child between himself and the officer while also exhibiting pre-assaultive behaviors. Eventually, the suspect pushed the stroller (still containing the child) into the bus zone as another officer pointed a Taser at the suspect and ordered him to the ground. Although the suspect did not readily comply, he eventually did and was safely placed in handcuffs without (police) force being used. The other involved party, later identified as the victim and mother of the involved child, was located and explained that the suspect had earlier forcibly taken the child from her, battered her about the face and pulled her hair, while also snatching her cell phone from her grasp as he believed she was calling police. The officers then placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence, child endangerment, kidnapping and preventing the use of a communication device to summon police assistance. As a result of being battered, the victim sustained a minor injury, but refused medical assistance; the child was not injured. Officers obtained an emergency protective order and issued the suspect a prohibition order before booking him into the county jail.
Officers responded to an apparent domestic violence incident in the parking structure. The female victim remained in the garage, while the male suspect entered the station. The suspect was detained inside the station. The victim denied that any battery occurred, and had no visible injuries. The suspect admitted that he pushed the victim to the ground. Officers determined that the suspect and victim were in a dating relationship. The male was arrested for domestic violence, issued a prohibition order, and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.