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.
Daly City Police responded to a disturbance call in the taxi zone of the station. They determined that the case was in BART Police jurisdiction and called for a BART officer. An officer responded and determined that the disturbance involved a male and female who are ex-boyfriend/girlfriend. The female reported that the male has been stalking (following/threatening) her for months and that she is fearful of him. She said that while she was at the station today, the male used his vehicle to block her vehicle from leaving the area. He then began to beat on the side of her car, demanding that she exit the vehicle. Other patrons called 911 and DCPD responded and detained both parties. After talking to the victim, the case was handed over to BART officers and the suspect was booked into the Redwood City Jail for stalking, criminal threats and false imprisonment. He was also issued an emergency protective order to stay away from the victim and a prohibition order. The victim was not injured and her vehicle was not damaged.
Officers were called to a report of a female attacking a male. The officers contacted both parties and determined that the boyfriend and girlfriend became involved in a dispute and the female intentionally poked the male in the eye. The female was taken into custody and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence. The male declined medical attention.
While on patrol, a sergeant was flagged down by a female victim who stated that her current boyfriend had forcibly taken her hat and then pushed her against a wall. The boyfriend reportedly went to the platform and boarded a Richmond bound train. The train was searched at the Coliseum Station by and officer and a sergeant, and they were able to locate and detain the boyfriend. The victim was transported to the detention scene where she positively identified the boyfriend as the responsible. Officers placed the boyfriend under arrest for robbery and domestic violence, issued him an Emergency Protective order and BART prohibition order, and booked him into the county jail for the listed crimes. The victim was not injured and was provided with domestic abuse resources.
An officer responded to a report of a battery in progress on the platform. An investigation revealed a husband struck his pregnant wife in the stomach after a heated argument. The husband was placed under arrest for domestic violence and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. The woman was transported to the hospital as a precaution. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
An officer responded to a report of a male and female fighting inside the station. Upon arrival, the officer saw the male throwing punches toward the female and took him into custody for battery. The female, who said the man was her husband, admitted to having been battered by the male. The victim did not have any visible injuries and declined medical attention. The male was placed under arrest for domestic violence and for providing false identification. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
San Bruno PD stopped a couple near the San Bruno Station who were engaged in a heated argument. The male had sustained a cut on his lip from a physical altercation that occurred at the San Bruno BART Station. BART officers were dispatched to meet with San Bruno PD. BART officers interviewed the male/female and learned the female had battered the male causing the facial injury. The couple has been in a dating relationship for four years. The female was placed under arrest for domestic battery and was given a prohibition order. An officer interviewed the female suspect and she admitted to placing her hands on the male. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The male refused to cooperate with investigating officers and refused an emergency protective order. Detectives were notified of the incident.
Officers responded to a report of a fight between two females. Upon investigation, it was determined the suspect had pushed the other female after having an argument. The victim sustained a minor cut to the eye but refused medical attention. The suspect was deemed 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 domestic battery between a male and female that occurred inside the station. An officer arrived and detained the subject in question. The victim pointed the subject out to the officer and placed him under citizen’s arrest for domestic battery. A search subsequent to arrest revealed that the subject was additionally in possession of suspected methamphetamines and a suspected “meth-pipe.” The subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for domestic battery, possession of narcotics, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and probation violation. The subject was additionally issued a prohibition order.
The station agent reported that a male and female were fighting near the booth. Officers responded and detained both parties. Initial reports were that the male was the aggressor, but additional witnesses came forward and officers established that a mutual battery occurred. The male and female reside together. Both were arrested for domestic violence and were issued prohibition orders. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail and the female at Santa Rita Jail.
An officer responded to the station on the report of two females engaged in an argument. Upon making contact with the females the officer learned they were dating one another. During this time, one female became increasingly hostile so the officer placed her in handcuffs in order to avoid a violent confrontation. Shortly after being placed in handcuffs, however, the female managed to kick the other female’s buttocks. She was then placed under arrest for domestic battery, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the post-arrest debrief. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Hayward City jail for domestic violence. The victim was not injured.
An officer responded to the parking structure regarding the report of a male forcing a female into the rear seat of a vehicle. On his arrival, the officer contacted the couple and learned they were in a dating relationship with a child in common. A sergeant arrived a short time later and contacted two independent witnesses who stated the male had earlier pushed the female into a car. At this point the male was placed under arrest for domestic violence, and the sergeant approved the arrest and performed the post-arrest debrief. The male was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic violence. The female was not injured during the incident.
Officers responded to a report of a fight on a train that had arrived at the station. Further investigation revealed the two parties were in a dating relationship. A record check on one of the parties revealed an outstanding no-bail felony warrant out of San Francisco for domestic battery and a restraining order prohibiting her from the other party. The other involved party was deemed the dominant aggressor, placed under arrest for domestic battery, and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Officers responded to report of a male and female arguing in the parking lot. Upon further investigation, it was determined the male had punched and choked the female while in a vehicle. The female, who was pregnant with the suspect’s child, was transported to Kaiser Hospital in Richmond with injuries. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a male beating a female and was dragging her by her hair. Officers located the victim and suspect inside the pedestrian tunnel. The victim denied being struck but an independent witness came forward and stated the male battered the female. The female did not have any visible injuries and refused to cooperate with the officers' investigation. The victim did not want an EPO but was given a victim of domestic violence pamphlet. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The male was booked into Santa Rita Jail and a prohibition order was issued.
An officer was working the Bayfair Detail and was contacted regarding a disturbance in the bus zone. An anonymous patron reported a male and female were arguing in the bus zone. The officer arrived on scene and saw a male was yelling at a female and was grabbing onto her arms. A witness informed the officer that the male had struck the female. Additionally, the officer saw the male grab a stroller with a two year old child inside. The male was detained in handcuffs. The witness left the station prior to giving a statement. Based on what the officer observed, the male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The male was booked at the Santa Rita Jail and a prohibition order was issued. The victim declined an EPO or victim’s assistance information.
A sergeant and officers responded to the station in order to search for a male suspect who reportedly fled to the station after battering the mother of his child at a nearby housing complex. On her arrival at the station, the sergeant located the suspect aboard a train and detained him without incident. Oakland Housing Authority Police Officers then responded and took control of the entire incident as it originated in their jurisdiction. As a result of this incident, there was 13 minute train-delay.
Officers responded to a report of a man hitting a woman on the platform witnessed by dispatchers via the video cameras. Upon arrival, the male was detained and placed under arrest for domestic battery. The subject was combative with officers and a minor amount of force was used to take him into custody. The woman refused medical attention and was uncooperative with police. The suspect was booked for domestic battery, resisting arrest, and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation.