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.
A female reported that her boyfriend punched her in the chin while at the station. The male was contacted as he was attempting to leave on a train. The female, who refused medical attention and had no visible injuries, accepted an emergency protective order. The male was issued a prohibition order and the EPO before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic violence.
A deputy chief reported seeing a male and female involved in an escalating dispute inside the station. The deputy chief described the female as being the aggressor. Officers responded and contacted both parties. The female admitted to slapping the male victim and said that they are involved in a dating relationship. The male denied being battered and refused medical attention. The female was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic violence.
An officer responded to the station regarding a domestic violence incident in which the female victim had reportedly sustained an injury to her lip. The victim told the officer that the suspect, whom she identified as the father of her unborn child, had punched her about the face as they argued. The suspect then took her older generation (unknown name brand) cell phone before fleeing. Assisting officers unsuccessfully searched for the suspect. Paramedics responded and provided the victim with first-aid, but she refused to be transported to a hospital. The victim further described the suspect as a: Black male; 33 years of age; 5’8” tall; 160 lbs.; wearing a gray sweater, jeans and black shoes. The investigating officer requested station video.
Officers responded to the North Berkeley Station for a report of a couple arguing over a phone. An anonymous reporting party advised the male punched the female twice in the face and then fled from the station. Officers detained the male in the west parking lot. A records check showed the male had a 55K arrest warrant for robbery issued by Contra Costa County and the female no bail arrest warrants for robbery issued by Richmond PD. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer for domestic battery and the warrant. The female was booked at Santa Rita Jail on the warrant. The female was given an EPO and the male received a prohibition order.
Officers responded to the 19th Street Station for a report of a male assaulting a female. Officers arrived on scene and attempted to restrain the male and place him into handcuffs, but he began resisting the officers, Force was used to place the male in handcuffs. During the investigation, officers learned the male and female were in a dating relationship. The victim denied knowing the male and told officers there was no physical contact. The female declined a temporary restraining order and did not want information regarding victim's assistance. The male was placed under arrest for domestic violence, was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Glen Dyer Jail.
The station agent reported that two females were fighting in the station. Responding officers detained both parties and learned that they were involved in a dating relationship. The primary aggressor was arrested for domestic violence. She was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail. The victim was provided with domestic violence resources and an EPO was obtained for her.
An officer was dispatched to a disturbance on a train. Upon arrival he was notified by witnesses of a domestic battery and that one party was the dominant aggressor who was arrested for 243(e)(1) PC. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order from BART. The victim declined to pursue an emergency protective order. The suspect was booked into jail.
Officers responded to the Bayfair Station for a report of a male hitting a female on the platform of the Bayfair Station. Both parties were detained and independent witness was identified. Based on the information from the witness, the male was placed under arrest for domestic violence and was booked at Santa Rita Jail. In addition, the male was issued a prohibition order.
A sergeant and officers responded to the station regarding a male suspect who battered his child’s mother during a custody exchange. Officers placed the suspect under arrest without incident and obtained an emergency protective order (EPO) for the victim, who sustained a minor injury during the incident. The suspect was served with the EPO, issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic battery.
A male caller reported that his girlfriend slapped him and took his phone. The caller became uncooperative and refused to answer any further questions. Officers responded and located the male, but he refused to provide more information. The female suspect had left the area and officers were unable to locate her during an area search. The suspect returned about an hour later and officers detained her for investigation. She was ultimately arrested for domestic violence and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers responded to a report of a battery that occurred on the street level elevator. A witness stated he saw a male suspect assault a female in the elevator then fled on foot towards Laney College. The officers arrived and located the victim. The victim stated that she had a dating relationship with the suspect in the past. The victim said the suspect slapped her across the face multiple times. Medical was summoned for minor injuries to the face for the victim who was later transported to the hospital. A witness stated he saw the suspect lunge at the victim in the elevator but did not witness the battery. An officer was able to locate and detain the suspect in question behind the Kaiser Building (Oakland). The officers determined the suspect was intoxicated to so he was arrested. The victim was being treated for her injuries so the officers brought the suspect to the victim and witness and he was positively identified. The suspect was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for public intoxication and domestic battery. The suspect was additionally issued a Prohibition Order and an Emergency Protective Order.
A sergeant and officers responded to the station regarding a male suspect battering a female victim who was attempting to board a bus. The male suspect was detained without incident, and officers determined both he and the victim were currently in a dating relationship. Based upon information provided by an independent witness, the suspect was then placed under arrest for domestic violence. In addition, a wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed an active stay away order identifying him as the restrained party and the female as the protected party. The sergeant approved the arrest and the suspect was booked into the county jail for domestic violence, violation of the court order and issued a BART prohibition order. The victim was not injured and declined medical attention.
Officers responded to the San Leandro Station for a report of a male dragging a female off the escalator and exit the station. Witnesses reported the male slapped the female. Officers located the couple and detained the male. The male was identified and placed under arrest for battery. He was booked at Santa Rita Jail and was issued a prohibition order. 10/12/15 L22
A station agent reported a male grabbed a female and slapped her inside the Pittsburg Station. According to an update from the agent, the male was pulling the female down the hallway and exited from the station, towards the freeway. Officers located the male and female on the access road and they were detained. The male and female denied any physical contact and he female did not have any visible injuries. The agent was adamant the male battered the female and placed the male under citizen's arrest for battery. The female declined an emergency protection order and was given domestic violence literature. The male was placed under arrest for domestic violence and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. Additionally, the male was issued a prohibition order.
On 9/9/15, at about 1645 hours, officers met with both suspects at the Lake Merritt station in order to be interviewed. During the interview, suspect #1 admitted to battering the victim the previous day and was then placed under arrest for domestic violence; a sergeant approved the arrest. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail. Suspect #2, on the other hand, was released shortly after being interviewed, and a misdemeanor battery complaint will be sought for her, via the district attorney’s office.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female in a physical altercation in the back parking lot. It was reported that the parties were pulling at each other’s hair at one point. Upon arrival they made contact with the female who initially stated that the male subject did not touch her and that police assistance was not needed. Further investigation revealed that the altercation was verbal only. Sometime later a witness came forward and advised that the female did in fact commit a battery against the male, with whom they used to have a dating relationship. The officers placed the female suspect under arrest for domestic battery and she was booked into the North County Jail. She is also to be issued a Prohibition Order. The male victim did not want an EPO.
Officers detained a male suspect for reportedly slapping his former girlfriend while the two were in a vehicle at the corner of 69th Avenue and San Leandro Street, Oakland. Oakland Police officers eventually arrived at the station and took custody of the suspect.
A CSO witnessed male hit female in the head while in the station. Officers responded and detained both parties. Further investigation revealed both parties were in a dating relationship, and the male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The male was also given a 30 day BART prohibition order. There were no injuries, and medical and EPO assistance was declined.
A citizen reported several people fighting in the parking lot off 35th Avenue. Officers responded and detained two females. Officers determined that the two were involved in a dating relationship. Oakland PD was unable to respond in a timely manner, so the primary aggressor was arrested for domestic violence and was booked at Santa Rita Jail. The victim refused an EPO and domestic violence resources.
Two callers reported an altercation taking place in the parking lot near Cutting and San Pablo. Officers responded and detained two females. Officers determined that the two were involved in a dating relationship and that domestic battery had occurred while the couple were driving their car on the 580 freeway. CHP officers responded to take over the investigation and ultimately arrested the primary aggressor for domestic violence.
A female victim called to report that her boyfriend forcefully took her bag (which contained her purse and miscellaneous items) from her and fled the station. The male was located near the station and found to be in possession of the female's belongings. The female checked the bag and said that her cash ($50) was missing from her purse. The male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for robbery and domestic violence.