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.
An officer responded to a report of a battery between a male and a female at the station. The officer arrived and learned that the male subject was in a dating relationship with the female. Further investigation revealed that the male subject punched the female victim during a verbal altercation. The victim did not suffer any injuries and declined medical attention. An emergency protective order was sought by the officer on behalf of the victim. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic battery. The suspect was also issued a Prohibition Order.
While on patrol, Officer D. Reese observed a male and female in a verbal argument. The male suspect intentionally bumped into the female victim, who turned out to be his girlfriend. The victim declined medical and also declined and EPO. The male suspect was arrested and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic battery and probation violation.
A patron reported that a male and female were engaged in a physical altercation in the parking lot. Officers responded and detained both parties. They determined that the male was the aggressor and had choked the female. The female was not injured. The female refused to cooperate and refused an EPO and domestic violence resources. The male was arrested for domestic violence and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking.
Officers intercepted a Richmond bound train at the Macarthur Station for a report of a domestic battery. A female off boarded and was detained while officers searched for the male. The male was located and off boarded from the train. A records check revealed the male had a court order prohibiting him from BART. The male fled from officers and after a short foot pursuit was taken into custody after a brief struggle. The investigation revealed the female was the aggressor and struck the male. She was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The male was placed under arrest for violation of a court order, resisting arrest and violation of probation. The male was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail and the female was booked at Santa Rita Jail. The female also received a prohibition order. A sergeant responded to conduct a use of force investigation.
A female victim reported that as she and her boyfriend/suspect were seated in a vehicle and arguing, he suddenly punched her in the stomach. The suspect then took a set of keys and the victim’s cell, both of which were resting on the vehicle’s dashboard, as the victim fled from the vehicle and made her way to the BART station. A sergeant and officers responded. While the victim was being interviewed, the suspect was located and detained near the station by one of the officers. The victim positively identified the suspect as the responsible and he was placed under arrest for domestic violence and petty theft. As the crimes were determined to have occurred in Richmond Police jurisdiction, they were notified of the arrest but were unable to provide an estimated response/arrival time. So, the sergeant approved the arrest and the entire case was handled by BART Police as a courtesy to Richmond Police. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for domestic violence and petty theft. The victim was not injured.
An officer responded to the station on the report of a male being beaten by another subject while on platform level. Shortly after arriving, the officer safely detained the male suspect after learning that the victim and the suspect were in a dating relationship. The victim told the officer that while at the station, the couple began arguing over relationship issues when the suspect suddenly punched him multiple times about the face with a closed fist. As a result of being punched, the victim sustained minor to moderate injuries to his right eye and lip. Although the victim declined to pursue a complaint against the suspect, the officer determined the suspect was the primary aggressor and placed him under arrest for domestic violence/battery. A sergeant responded and approved the arrest. Paramedics transported the victim to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries to his face, while the suspect was issued a BART Police prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic violence; the victim declined an emergency protective order.
Officers responded to the Lafayette Station for a report of a female striking a male in the face. Officers arrived and detained the female who was deemed the aggressor. The couple's argument turned into domestic battery. The male victim declined an emergency protective order and did not want to prosecute the female for domestic battery. The female was placed under arrest, was given a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers responded to reports of a disturbance in the west lot, near Walnut Avenue. Officers detained a male and female and determined that the two were dating and had been involved in a physical altercation. The male pushed the female, causing her to fall and sustain minor injuries to her knee. The male was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. The female declined medical attention and refused an Emergency Protective Order. The male was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Fremont Jail.
A bus driver reported a male kicking a female in the bus zone. Dispatch was able to locate the male and female on camera and saw the male push the female before both took the elevator up to the platform. Officers made contact with both parties and determined that they are in a dating relationship. The male was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the domestic violence charge. The victim declined medical attention, an emergency protective order and domestic violence resource information.
Officers responded to a report of two males fighting on the platform of the Macarthur Station. Officers arrived and detained the two males. During the investigation, It was learned the two had a former dating relationship and were attempting to reconcile. The aggressor was placed under arrest, given a prohibition order and was booked for domestic violence. The victim was provided domestic violence resource information but declined an EPO. The aggressor was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
An officer responded to the station on the report of a female suspect having battered a male. At the time the officer arrived at the station, the suspect had apparently left aboard a city bus. During this time, the officer was told by the male victim that the suspect, with whom he shares two children, had punched him about the face and then left aboard the bus. While the officer spoke to the victim, the suspect returned to the station and was detained by the officer without incident. The officer determined that the suspect was the primary aggressor in the battery and, based upon their shared relationship, placed her under arrest for domestic violence. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and then booked into the county jail for domestic violence. The victim declined medical attention at the scene, and was not visibly injured.
A BART employee reported a male choking a female on the platform. Officers located both parties in front of the station. The BART employee identified them as the two who were involved. The male was found to have a $30,000 traffic warrant for his arrest. He was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence and the warrant.
Officers were dispatched to a reported dispute between a male and female in the parking lot. Officers contacted both parties and determined that they are in a dating relationship and the female bit the male on the chest during the dispute. The female was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
The station agent reported that a male was slapping a female near the bike racks. Officers detained the man and learned that the two had a dating relationship. The man was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. He was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Multiple patrons reported that a male suspect was pushing a female on the Pittsburg bound train. Officers detained both parties on the concourse. The investigation determined that the female punched the male. Record checks showed that the male had a restraining order preventing him from being with the female. The male adult was arrested for violation of a court order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. The female juvenile was found to be a ward of the court, and was cited for misdemeanor domestic violence and was turned over to Child Protective Services.
A witness reported a male subject battering a female on platform level, and provided their individual descriptions. Based upon the descriptions provided, a sergeant and officers contacted the subjects and learned they were both females and dating one another. The officers also determined which of the two was the primary aggressor/suspect and/or victim. In addition, the officers learned there were three outstanding misdemeanor theft/narcotics warrants, held by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office and totaling $15K in bail amount, for the suspect’s arrest. Similarly, the officers learned the victim had outstanding felony narcotics and misdemeanor theft warrants, held by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office and totaling $7,000 in total bail amounts, for her arrest. The witness returned to the station and positively identified the suspect as the primary aggressor. The suspect was arrested for domestic battery, the respective warrants and issued a prohibition order. The victim was also arrested for her outstanding warrants. A sergeant was on scene and approved the arrests.
An officer responded to a report of a fight inside the station. Upon arrival, the officer witnessed a man push a woman onto the ground. Further investigation revealed the parties were in a dating relationship. The male was deemed the dominant aggressor and placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim suffered minor scraping to her arm but refused medical attention.