Officers witnessed a male juvenile fare evade to exit at the station. A warrant check revealed a no-bail FTA arrest warrant out of Solano County. Subject was arrested and booked at San Francisico Juvenile Hall.
An officer contacted an adult male suspect who was bothering patrons as they attempted to purchase fare tickets. The suspect had a felony narcotics warrant and was booked at the San Francisco Hall of Justice. 0607-1627 L21.
An officer contacted a male adult suspect who was creating a disturbance at Fruitvale station. The suspect was arrested for outstanding warrants and violating a court order to stay away from BART property. Suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. 0607-1593 L21.
A female suspect called the San Francisco Police Dept. and said that a pipe bomb was placed in the station and then hung-up. BART and San Francisco officers searched the station and did not find any suspicious device. Two BART Police bomb detection canine teams also searched the station with negative results. There was not a delay in service.
While conducting a security check of the MacArthur station parking lot, officers spotted a subject burglarizing a vehicle in the lot. The subject was apprehended, and had a shaved key in his possession. The subject was arrested and booked at the North County jail in Oakland.
Near Fruitvale Station, a citizen notified officers of a male beating a female. When officers approached the pair, the male ran, but was apprehended. The male is the biological father of the woman's child. The woman had been battered, but her injuries were not serious. The male was arrested and booked.
A sergeant observed a suspect enter MUNI holding a large kitchen knife. The sergeant found the suspect was intoxicated, and placed him in custody. The suspect was also in possession of crack cocaine, and was subsequently arrested and booked.
A patron on a Millbrae-bound train reported observing a subject exposing himself and masturbating. The suspect was taken into custody at Fruitvale station and was possibly a danger to himself. He was committed for psych evaluation and cited for the indecent exposure on a citizen's arrest.
Near South Hayward Station, a citizen advised an officer that he'd just observed a male behaving erratically and pouring gasoline on a parked vehicle. The officer located the suspect and distracted him until other officers from BPD and HPD arrived. The combative suspect appeared to have mental issues and was likely under the influence of narcotics. HPD officers took custody of the individual.
A 17 year old female said she met an adult male acquaintance at Bay Fair Station and sat in his vehicle with him. She alleged that while at the station, he covertly drugged a beverage she'd been drinking. The victim said she was driven to an area motel, where she was raped. An investigation is on-going.
07-07-06 1815 hrs. A 34-year-old suspect called a cell-phone theft victim offering to sell her back her phone. BART police officers detained the suspect when he arrived to meet the victim. The suspect, already on parole for a narcotics offense, was arrested when he was found to be in possession of the stolen cell phone and crack cocaine packaged for sale.
An independent witness called and reported a male beating a female in the Concord station passenger pick up zone. Officers responded and detained the responsible suspect. The suspect and victim were boyfriend and girlfriend for over 6 years. The victim declined medical treatment; the suspect was booked at Contra Costa County jail in Martinez. 0607-0762 S-44
An officer detained a juvenile male at Fruitvale station for fare evasion. The officer determined the juvenile had a no-bail arrest warrant. The juvenile was booked at the Alameda County Probation Department. 0607-0591 L21.
A juvenile male victim had just left Balboa Park station when he was confronted by a group of juvenile suspects. One female suspect punched the victim in the face and took his I-Pod. A BART officer in the vicinity detained the main suspect and recovered the I-Pod. The suspect was booked at the Youth Guidance Center in San Francisco. 0607-0455 L21.
A suspect snatched a $10.00 bill from a woman's hand and ran from the station. The victim's boyfriend chased the suspect, but was intercepted by a second suspect, who pummeled him with kicks and punches. The male victim was transported to a hospital for treatment of his minor injuries. Both suspects were GOA/UTL.
At Powell Street Station, a patron was attacked by three suspects who tried to take his ipod as he walked through the breezeway between the Hallidie Plazas. Officers searched Market Street, but the suspects were GOA/UTL.
An officer on patrol at Richmond Station was contacted by a robbery victim who said he had been robbed of his cell phone by three juveniles riding scooters. The officer stopped one possible suspect, but the victim did not wish to make an identification, and the suspect was released. The same officer had just taken a robbery report by phone from a victim who lost cash and a cell phone to similarly described suspects (incident occurred three hours previously).
In the MacDonald Avenue lot, a woman was surrounded by a large group of juveniles, one of whom displayed a handgun. The suspects demanded the victim's property, but the victim had nothing of value. The suspects were GOA/UTL.
While on a Daly City bound train approaching Walnut Creek Station, a victim was approached by a suspect who demanded and took the victim's ipod. An officer searched the train at Lafayette Station, located the positively identified juvenile suspect, and later booked him at Juvenile Hall.
The victim of an alleged armed robbery that occurred in the jurisdiction of the Contra Costa County Sheriff spotted the suspect at the Pittsburg station. The suspect was taken into custody and turned over to the Sheriff's Department.
A sergeant on patrol on-viewed a subject seated in the middle of the street with a 12" butcher knife in his hand. The sergeant was able to talk the subject into giving up the knife without incident. The subject was held for a psychological evaluation.