Officers responded to the station regarding a female victim reporting she had been battered by her ex-boyfriend/suspect who was no longer on scene. The victim stated that at about 1804 hours, she met with the suspect in the bus zone area in order to exchange property. While doing so, she entered the suspect’s vehicle and they drove to the west parking lot where the two began arguing. The argument then escalated as the suspect restrained, slapped and choked the victim. The suspect finally stopped his aggression, and fled in his vehicle (a dark green 2/door Acura), when the victim yelled for help. The victim sustained minor injuries during the attack, but declined medical attention at the scene. The investigating officer obtained an emergency protective order for the victim, in addition to providing her with a domestic violence resource guide. As the suspect was last known to reside in Antioch Police jurisdiction, that jurisdiction agency was asked to attempt to make contact at the suspect’s residence. Due to their volume of calls, however, they were unable to fulfill the request. The case will be forwarded to BART detectives for further follow up. The investigating officer requested station video.
An officer and a sergeant responded to a report of a battery between two females at the station. The officers arrived and were able to detain the two parties in question . A wants check revealed that one of the subjects had a felony $25k warrant issued from the SFPD charging battery, vandalism, and possession of tear gas. The subject with the warrant was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for her warrant and for domestic battery after it was learned she was the dominant aggressor. The subject was also issued a prohibition order. The victim declined an EPO and was transported to the hospital for her injuries.
SFPD and BART officers responded to the 16th Street Station for an in-progress battery. It was reported that a female had struck and knocked another female unconscious. During the investigation, it was learned the two had a former relationship. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery and the victim was transported to the hospital for treatment.
The station agent called in a verbal dispute between a male and a female. Officers arrived and contacted both parties on the street level. The original dispute took place in the McDonald's at 16th/Mission. The female said that the male (her boyfriend) had choked her while in the restaurant. A worker at the McDonald's confirmed that he saw the male push the female. The female did not have visible injuries and did not want medical attention. A records check revealed that the male had a $2,500 warrant for public intoxication. The male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant and domestic violence.
An officer and sergeant were at the station when a patron reported a fight on the platform. The officer located a male holding a female by her hair and made contact. The male refused to cooperate and had to be physically restrained to be taken into custody. The female was found to have a scratch on her face. She was not willing to cooperate, but the officer determined that the male and female are in a dating relationship. The male was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence. The female was offered an emergency protective order and domestic violence information, but she refused further assistance.
A pregnant victim reported the father of her child punched her in the face and kicked her in the back while in the free area. The suspect then fled from the station prior to the arrival of the police. The victim declined medical attention. Video requested.
An argument between a male and female in a dating relationship resulted in the female punching the male several times in the face while in the parking structure. Although the male was uninjured and refused to file a complaint, the female was deemed the dominant aggressor and placed under arrest for domestic battery. Two sergeants responded to the scene to approve the arrest. The suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A female victim called Pleasant Hill Police to report that her boyfriend had hit her. The Pleasant Hill officers contacted both parties and determined that the battery had occurred in the BART parking structure. The victim said that they were in an argument in their car when the male pushed the female's head down and her nose struck the gear shift. The victim had slight redness, but refused medical attention. She refused an emergency protective order, but was given the domestic violence resource information. The male was taken into custody by BART officers, issued a prohibition order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic violence.
Officers intercepted a train for a report of unruly behavior. Upon further investigation, it was discovered a man was choking his girlfriend while on the train after having an argument. The female was not injured and medical attention was not requested. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery and public intoxication, and was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
Officers responded to a report of an argument between a man and a woman on a train. Further investigation revealed the male slapped the woman, who was his girlfriend, in the face after a heated argument. The woman sustained no injuries and refused medical attention or to file a complaint. The male was deemed to be the dominant aggressor and was placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Officers responded to a report of a fight inside the station between a male and female. Further investigation upon detention revealed two witnesses saw the male strike the female in the face. The female, who was the mother of the male’s child and lived with him, sustained bruises to the face but declined medical attention. The male was placed under arrest for domestic violence and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
Patrons reported a male and female were physically fighting on Platform #2 of the San Leandro Station. Dispatch activated video cameras for the station and located the couple on the platform. The female appeared to be the aggressor and was detained by officers. Officers determined the couple were in a dating relationship and officers determined the female had struck the male based on witness statements. The female was booked at the Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery. The victim declined an emergency protective order and refused information regarding victims of violent crimes. A sergeant approved the arrest.
An officer responded to a report of a male and female subject involved in a physical altercation with each other along with a baby stroller between them. Further reports came in that the male subject trying to choke the female. The officer arrived and detained the subject in question on the train while Fremont PD officers located the victim and the baby. Further investigation into the matter revealed that the male subject was the dominant aggressor. The male subject was placed under arrest and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery. He was also issued a prohibition order.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female engaged in a heated argument on the lead car of the San Francisco bound train. On arrival, the officers discovered that the argument was not physical, but found that the male party had a restraining order preventing him from being with the female. Record checks also showed that he had an outstanding $5,000 arrest warrant for threatening a public official, held by the San Francisco Police Department. The male was arrested for violation of a court order and his warrant and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A patron reported that a male and female were involved in a heated argument as they entered the station. The female was crying, had a black eye and appeared to be trying to get away from the male. The male had what appeared to be a knife inside his waistband. The couple appeared to be heading for the platform, so the SF Airport train was held. Officers responded and detained both parties. Officers determined that the couple was dating and were involved in a heated verbal argument, but there was no evidence of a physical altercation. A search of the male revealed a syringe containing a quantity of suspected heroin, as well as a knife in the man's waistband. The man was arrested, cited and released for possession of narcotics and a concealed weapon. The female was identified and released. The train was delayed about 14 minutes as a result of this incident.
A victim reported her ex-boyfriend aggressively grabbed at her as she exited his vehicle at the passenger pick-up zone of the Pittsburg Station. The male fled from the station and the victim reported the incident to BART Dispatch. Officers responded and attempted to locate the suspect but with negative results. The victim told the officers she had to leave the station with her small child and would complete the battery report when arrived in Oakland. The officer observed the victim did not have any visible injuries and she declined medical attention. The victim has a pending restraining order against her ex-boyfriend but it needs to be served.
A male and a female were detained by officers for reportedly battering one another at the station. Further investigation revealed the couple was in a long term dating relationship, and the male-half was identified as the primary aggressor. In addition, a warrants’ check of the male revealed he was wanted on two no-bail warrants (felony-assault w/ a deadly weapon & misdemeanor DUI) and two misdemeanor warrants (narcotics violation & possessing a stun gun) totaling $7500 in bail; all of the warrants were held by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. The male was placed under arrest for domestic violence and the warrants, in addition to being issued a prohibition order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The victim, who was not injured, declined to cooperate further with the investigating officer. The subject was then booked into county jail.
The station agent called to report a female and male engaged in a physical altercation in the station. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. They each gave a statement and said that the female (who is carrying the child of the male) tried to strike the male and caused a small cut on his face. The female fell to the ground during the attack and bumped her head. Each party refused medical attention. The female was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic violence and the male was found to have a $50,000 warrant for burglary, so he was booked for the warrant.
BART employees reported a domestic violence incident in progress near the elevator to the Coliseum walkway. Officers responded and detained a male and female couple at 69th and Snell. The witness positively identified the couple as the persons involved in the domestic violence incident. The female victim was uncooperative, but admitted that the male pushed her to the ground and caused a small laceration over her eye. The couple lives together, so the male suspect was arrested for domestic violence. Officers determined that the crime occurred away from the station, but Oakland PD was unavailable to respond in a timely manner, so our officers took the case. Medical aid responded to treat the victim at the scene. The victim refused an EPO. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence.
An officer responded to a report of a battery that occurred at the station between a male and female. The officer arrived and spotted the suspect as he drove away from the station. The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and detained the subject in question who also had a male passenger with him. A wants check revealed that the passenger had two outstanding warrants for his arrest. The first was a $20k misdemeanor warrant charging failure to appear issued from the Fresno County. The second was a $50k misdemeanor warrant charging battery issued from the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office. Further investigation into the matter revealed that the male driver and female victim were in a dating relationship and that the male subject had battered her. The male driver was arrested and is to be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery after medically cleared for pre-existing medical issues. This suspect was additionally issued a prohibition order. The male passenger was also arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for his warrants. An EPO was also obtained for the victim.
Officers responded to a report of a male subject and female subject fighting in the station. They arrived and located the parties in question. Investigation into the matter revealed that the female subject was the dominant aggressor in the incident. The subject was arrested and booked into the SF County Jail for domestic battery.
The station agent reported a battery in progress inside the station. A male suspect reached across the fare gates and yanked a female victim to the ground and began attacking her. Officers responded and detained the male. The victim declined medical attention. The investigation determined that the two had a prior dating relationship and prior contacts for domestic violence. The male was arrested for domestic violence and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. An Emergency Protective Order was obtained for the victim.
An independent witness and a female victim contacted a sergeant to report that the victim’s live-in boyfriend had battered her while on the platform. A second sergeant and an officer then detained, and eventually arrested, the boyfriend for domestic violence. When police attempted to interview the victim further, she declined to cooperate and walked away; earlier she also declined medical attention and sustained no visible injuries. Subsequently, the boyfriend was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic violence.
The station agent called to report a male grabbing and pushing a female at the station. Officers responded and contacted the station agent and the victim, but the suspect had left the area. The victim explained that the suspect is her boyfriend, who she lives with in a nearby apartment. She said that the male was probably headed to the apartment, so officers responded to the residence, where they detained the male suspect. The victim, who had no visible injuries, responded and identified him as the person who pushed her at the station. An emergency protective order was issued and a prohibition order was issued to the suspect. He was booked into the Redwood City Jail for domestic violence.
The on-duty station agent reported a verbal argument between an adult male and two adult females in front of the agent's booth. An officer responded and contacted the involved parties. The officer determined that the male and his ex-girlfriend, along with her friend, got into a heated argument. The ex-girlfriend told the officer that no physical contact had occurred during the argument. The two females left while the male remained at the station. Approximately 28 minutes later, the ex-girlfriend called the ISRC to say that she initially lied to the responding officer about the argument being physical. She reported that during the initial argument, her ex-boyfriend had attempted to go after her friend, but she stepped in and that is when her ex-boyfriend grabbed her arm and placed his hands around her neck. The initial officer went back to the station and detained the male suspect. The male was subsequently arrested for domestic violence and debriefed by the Zone Sergeant. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Jail for the above listed charge and served with an Emergency Protective Order. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. The victim was not injured and declined any medical attention.