Officers detained a female (Sabrina Whitlock, 56 years old, Oakland) for fare evasion at the Lake Merritt BART Station. Whitlock initially falsely identified herself to officers. A warrants check revealed that Whitlock had an outstanding theft warrant and a stay away order from BART Stations. Whitlock was arrested for the outstanding warrant, providing false identification, and violation of a court order. Whitlock was booked into Santa Rita County Jail.
Officers on-viewed a male subject fare evade at the Lake Merritt BART Station. Upon contact, the male, later identified as Joshua Melden (27 years old, San Francisco), falsely identified himself and resisted arrest. Officers also determined that the male was unable to care for himself due to alcohol intoxication. Melden was booked into Santa Rita County Jail.
Officers contacted an adult male (Juan Alvarez, 52 years old, San Leandro) for fare evasion. The male initially lied about his name, but was later identified and found to have two no bail warrants for narcotics violations. He was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. He was issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the Santa Rita jail for falsely identifying himself, possession of drug paraphernalia and the warrants.
Officers arrested a male suspect for battering his girlfriend. When officers attempted to identify the suspect, he provided what was determined to be false identification; his identity was located and he was found to be on active probation. Then, as officers prepared to transport the suspect to jail, the victim became so upset with her boyfriend’s impending booking that she broke several station (wall) tiles. Officers used force to detain the victim in handcuffs for vandalism, and she was eventually released with a citation for the crime. The male suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic battery, providing false identification to police and for violating probation. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation.
Officers detained a male suspect for loitering in a drug area. The man had no identification and provided a false name. A search incident to arrest revealed a quantity of suspected cocaine, packaged for sale. The man was booked at the SF County jail, where fingerprint checks revealed his true identity. Record checks showed that the man had outstanding arrest warrants totaling $300,000, for narcotics, stolen property and weapons charges, held by SFPD. The man was issued a prohibition order.
A male suspect, detained by officers for a food violation, falsely identified himself. Officers then determined his actual identity and learned he was on active probation and prohibited from entering BART property, via a court issued stay away order. Officers placed the suspect under arrest for the violations without incident, and then booked him into the county jail.
An officer booked a male suspect at the Hayward Jail for possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana for sale. The suspect's identity could not be confirmed, and the officer believed the suspect was providing a false name. The officer requested that the suspect's fingerprints be processed. Jail staff was able to discover the man's true identity through the fingerprint check, and learned that he had three outstanding arrest warrants from Washington, for murder, intimidating a witness and failure to register as a sex offender, held by Seattle PD and the King County Sheriff's Office. The man was booked at Santa Rita Jail for possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana for sale, providing false information to a peace officer, and his outstanding warrants.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a Black male, 6’, wearing a gray hoodie and black pants, who was on the track way. Upon the arrival of officers, the suspect was no longer on the track way. During the detention, the suspect attempted to back away, forcing officers to grab him. The suspect resisted the officers and was eventually placed into handcuffs. The suspect provided a false name to the officers before providing his true name. The suspect was later booked into the San Francisco Jail on the above listed charges. Officers were unable to locate a witness to the original complaint.
A male suspect detained by an officer regarding a suspicious circumstance falsely identified himself but the officer managed to accurately identify him; and discovered an outstanding “no bail” possession of stolen property warrant, held by San Francisco Superior Court, for his arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrant and issued a citation for falsely identifying himself to police.
Officers detained a female for blocking free movement and the female provided false identifying information. Officers were finally able to confirm her identity and discovered that she had two $5,000 warrants for theft. The female was FI'd for the blocking violation and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the false information and the warrants.
Officers detained a male for blocking free movement and the male provided false identifying information. Officers were finally able to confirm his identity and discovered that he had a $2,500 warrant for resisting arrest. The male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the listed charges and the warrant.
A male suspect detained for fare evasion by officers attempted to flee before force was used to arrest him for resisting arrest. A subsequent criminal history check of the suspect revealed an active stay away order prohibiting him from BART property. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the use of force investigation. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for resisting arrest, falsely identifying himself to police and violating a court order; he was also issued a citation for fare evasion. No injuries were sustained by the officers or the suspect.
Officers stopped a female at the Hayward Station for fare evasion. The female refused to identify herself and resisted officers when they attempted to detain her in handcuffs. The female struggled with the officers and injured one of the officers. The female was booked for fare evasion, resisting arrest, providing false ID to a police officers and battery on an officer. The female was issued a prohibition order.
A man was detained for fare evasion, and was arrested for providing a false identity. The man was positively identified and found to have an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for battery, domestic violence and pimping/pandering, held by Richmond PD. He was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of a suspicious person in the parking structure. Officers located the suspect and determined that the suspect was on probation for theft and was in possession of narcotics, burglary tools and items which were reported stolen. The suspect was arrested and booked for resisting arrest, violation of probation, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, possession of burglary tools and possession of stolen bank checks.
A male suspect detained for fare evasion by officers falsely identified himself. Further investigation by officers revealed the suspect’s actual identity, and found that he was on active probation for trespassing. The officers placed the suspect under arrest for falsely identifying himself and violating the terms of his probation; he was subsequently booked into the county jail.
The suspect was detained by an officer for fare evasion. The suspect initially provided a false name to the officer, but her true name was discovered. A records check showed an outstanding $45,000 warrant held by Pomona PD for prostitution. The suspect was placed under arrest and booked into the SF Jail on the warrant and for falsely identifying herself.
Officer detained a male suspect for fare evasion and, after a number of failed attempts to confirm his identification, placed him under arrest as no satisfactory identification for the suspect could be located. The officer transported the suspect to the local county jail where his identity was not readily confirmed. He was then booked into the jail for not possessing satisfactory identification after being arrested for an infraction.
A male suspect detained for fare evasion by officers falsely identified himself and was placed under arrest. Officers were finally able to positively identify the suspect, who was found to be clear of wants/warrants, and booked him into the county jail for falsely identifying himself to police.
Officers detained a man for fare evasion, but could not confirm his identity. The man was ultimately identified by means of a portable fingerprint scanner. The man was arrested for providing false information to a peace officer and resisting/delaying/obstructing an officer. The man was cited for his violations.
Officers contacted an adult male for fare evasion and the male provided false identifying information. Eventually they were able to confirm his identity and discovered that he had a $15,500 warrant for domestic violence. The male was issued a warning citation for fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for providing false identifying information to an officer, a parole hold and the warrant.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion. The male provided false identifying information and his ID could not be confirmed. He was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. The male was booked into the San Francisco Jail for the listed charges. As of the time of this entry, his identity had not been confirmed.
Officers contacted an adult male for eating on the train. The male suspect gave false identifying information to the officers. A search of his person revealed drug paraphernalia. He was also found to be riding without a ticket. The male was issued a citation for eating in the system and fare evasion before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for providing false identifying information and possessing drug paraphernalia.
An officer contacted a juvenile male for fare evasion. The juvenile provided false identifying information. Eventually, the officer was able to identify the juvenile and discovered that he had a no bail warrant for running away from a group home. The juvenile was cited for fare evasion and providing false identifying information and then booked into juvenile hall for the warrant.
A Critical Asset Patrol Sergeant contacted an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that the male was providing false identifying information. A search of his backpack revealed a glass methamphetamine pipe. The sergeant tried to handcuff the male, but the suspect tried to run away and had to be physically restrained. Other Critical Asset Patrol Officers assisted the sergeant in taking the male to the ground and getting him into handcuffs. An officer used his Taser during the struggle to gain compliance from the suspect. The male also received a cut on his nose as a result of being wrestled to the ground. The male was transported by ambulance to be medically cleared. Once cleared, he will be issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for providing false identifying information, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest.