A witness reported that a male and female were involved in a heated argument in the parking lot, which became physical. The couple had two children in a stroller, which fell over during the argument. Officers detained the couple and identified the male as the primary aggressor. Officers also determined that the man was intoxicated. The female victim and her children were not injured. The male was booked at Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence and public intoxication.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a male subject who slapped a female, witnessed by the station agent. The officers arrived and detained the parties and discovered they were married. The male subject was arrested and booked into the North County Jail for misdemeanor domestic battery and issued a prohibition order based on the station agent’s statement.
A female victim initially reported having lacerated her right hand by falling on broken glass at the station. Upon being contacted by an officer, however, the victim reported that her boyfriend, who is homeless, had earlier lacerated her hand with a shard of glass as the two argued on the station’s platform level. The victim sustained a non-life threatening injury, but was transported to a local hospital for further medical treatment. The suspect was said to have fled aboard a train headed in an unknown direction, but is known to loiter in the station’s plaza area. Officers searched for the suspect, but were unable to locate him. The suspect is further described as follows: White male; 6’1” tall; 145 lbs.; brown hair & brown eyes; wearing blue jeans. An officer requested station video.
Witnesses called to report a male who punched a female in the parking lot. Officers arrived and contacted the victim and suspect. They determined that the two are in a dating relationship. The victim was uncooperative, but the two witnesses said that the male punched the female in the head and abdomen. The victim refused to provide any information and declined any police assistance or medical attention. The male was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the domestic violence charge.
Officers responded to a domestic dispute between a male and female in the parking lot. Dispatchers were able to locate the incident on camera and saw the female striking the male. When officers arrived, they separated the two and determined that they are living together and were in a dispute about their relationship. The female admitted to getting physical with the male, but the male, who was not injured, was uncooperative and declined a temporary restraining order or any other police assistance. The female was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
Officers were dispatched to the station for a report of a male and female involved in a physical altercation in front of the station. The male had asked his girlfriend for money but she refused, so he grabbed her purse attempting to take her money. He was unsuccessful in taking the purse, but during the struggle the male hit the female in the face with the purse strap. The suspect left the area on a bicycle without further incident. The victim was treated and released at the scene by medical personnel. The officers conducted an area search with negative results. The case will be forwarded to detectives for follow-up.
An anonymous witness called to report a person hitting a female in a vehicle in the parking lot. The witness reported that the victim left the area in the vehicle and the suspect went up to the platform. Trains were held out until officers were able to contact the suspect on the platform. The female suspect admitted to being in a physical altercation with her girlfriend in the parking lot. The officers were able to call the girlfriend and she returned to the station, where she gave a statement. Neither party had visible injures, and both declined medical attention, but the suspect was determined to be the primary aggressor. She was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence. The victim declined an EPO or any further police assistance and became uncooperative.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a male and female involved in an argument. Upon their arrival it was determined that the female had swung at the male with her purse which resulted in the male taking the female to the ground. Both the male and female were subsequently placed under arrest for domestic violence and for being drunk in public. A prohibition order was issued to the both the male and female prior to being booked into the county jail.
A witness reported a male punched a female and was choking her at the Walnut Creek Station. Officers responded, located the male and detained him. The victim and witnesses were interviewed and the male was placed under arrest for domestic violence. The male was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. The victim was given an emergency protective order and a victim information packet.
A boyfriend and girlfriend were involved in a dispute at the station. During the argument the male was seen via camera holding the female and preventing her from leaving the area. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. The female was not injured, but was given an emergency protective order. The male was taken into custody, given a prohibition order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility. A request for video was made.
The Alameda County Sheriff's Office requested that our officers respond to take over a domestic violence investigation. ACSO deputies had been passing trough the parking lot about 30 minutes before and had found a female victim on the ground, suffering from injuries to her face. The suspect was her former boyfriend, who had left the area. ACSO deputies attempted to contact the suspect at his residence, but he fled in a vehicle. ACSO pursued the suspect, but had to terminate the pursuit in the interests of public safety. The victim declined an EPO. The case will be forwarded to detectives for follow up.
A female reported via cell phone that her ex-boyfriend had slapped her while they were on the train. Officers responded and contacted both parties on the train. The victim had no visible injuries and refused medical aid. The male suspect was booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic violence and for a $15K outstanding warrant for dangerous drugs. A prohibition order was issued to the male.
A boyfriend and girlfriend were involved in a dispute at the station and the male threw a cell phone at the female, striking her in the forearm. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. The female was not injured, but was given an emergency protective order. The male was taken into custody, given a prohibition order and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for domestic battery.
Officers intercepted a Daly City train for report of a male battering a female on the train. Officers located the male suspect and placed him under arrest for domestic battery. He was booked at the SF County Jail and was issued a prohibition order.
A male and female were reported to be in a dispute on the platform. The male was seen on CCTV shoving the female onto a train. Officers arrived and detained both parties. The investigation determined that the male had battered the female, who was the mother of his child. The victim was uncooperative and denied any injury. The male was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. Incident to arrest a small quantity of suspected methadone was found on his person. The male was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for domestic violence and possession of narcotics. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. The victim refused an EPO.
A train operator reported a male battered a female on a train that was holding at the Fremont Station. Officers responded, located the male and detained him for battery. The officers determined the male and female were a couple and the male was placed under arrest for domestic battery.
An officer contacted a truant juvenile male at the station. The mother responded to take custody of the juvenile, but instead hit him in the face in front of the officer, causing his nose to bleed. The officer took the mother into custody for willful injury to a child. The juvenile was treated at the scene and eventually released to another family member. The mother was transported via ambulance to the hospital to be cleared for a prior medical condition. Once cleared, she will be issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the child abuse charge. CPS was notified of the case.
A male called to report that his girlfriend was creating a disturbance at the station and had wrapped a phone cord around her own neck in an attempt to harm herself. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. The female suspect had hit her boyfriend in the arm and was found to have a $20,000 warrant for her arrest. She was also in need of psychiatric evaluation, so she was issued a prohibition order before being transported via ambulance to John George Pavilion for evaluation with a criminal hold for the warrant and domestic violence charge. She will be issued a prohibition order and transported to be booked once she is cleared of the psychiatric hold. The male victim was not injured and declined medical attention.
A female victim reported that her former boyfriend had robbed her of her purse in the parking lot of the station. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and tried to force her to get into his car, but she resisted. In the struggle, the suspect choked the victim, who bit the suspect's arm and pulled free. Bystanders intervened and the suspect drove off. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect or his vehicle in the area. The victim was transported to Highland Hospital for treatment. Possible addresses for the suspect were found in Hayward and Walnut Creek. Those agencies were notified and provided with the suspect's name and vehicle description. Investigation continues. TSOC notified.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a female battering her boyfriend. Officers located the female and placed her under arrest for domestic battery. The female was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
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.