Officers responded to a report of a stabbing on a Dublin Train at the Bay Fair Station. After arriving, officers determined that the victim was actually severely beaten by four suspects. The suspects were apprehended in a vehicle leaving the area. The investigation is on-going.
A citizen pointed out four possible robbery suspects to a lieutenant. The suspects fled through the station and one of them dropped a loaded handgun. While an officer recovered the firearm, a sergeant chased down the suspect who had dropped it. The suspect violently resisted arrest, but was taken into custody. That suspect was arrested and booked for possession of a stolen, loaded and concealed firearm and resisting arrest. A second suspect was apprehended, and cited for possession of marijuana.
A uniformed officer patrolling a train observed a seated subject preparing a substance for injection. Further investigation revealed that the substance was cocaine. The suspect was arrested and booked for drug and paraphernalia possession.
An officer observed two male juveniles on the north end of the station platform. The officer observed one of the juveniles point what appeared to be a firearm at the second juvenile, then place the firearm in his waistband. The officer detained the juveniles and found both of them in possession of Air-soft (BB) handguns. The firearms were confiscated, and both juveniles were issued citations and released.
An officer patrolling the lot observed two subjects in a parked vehicle, who immediately jumped out and tried to flee the area. One subject was taken into custody, the other still outstanding but known. They had been tampering with the ignition, attempting to start the vehicle.
A man called claiming that others were out to kill him. He then began threatening to kill others. The subject, who made his threats in a phone call to dispatch, was taken into custody without incident and held for psychological evaluation.
A 63-year-old man collapsed in the bus zone. He was unconscious and not breathing when transported to Eden Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. An examining physician said that the death appeared to be from natural causes, most likely a heart attack.
Patrons reported a fight brewing on board a Pittsburg bound train at Lafayette station. One of the involved parties was found to have an extraditable outstanding felony warrant charging failure to report an accident out of Illinois. The subject was arrested and booked on the warrant without incident.
An adult male entered onto the trackway from the West Oakland station platform. Train service was held while officers attempted to stop the suspect as he walked toward downtown Oakland. The suspect was located about a quarter mile from the station. The suspect told officers he was trying to kill himself and was subsequently transported to John George Psychiatric Pavilion. 0612-2672 L21.
Officers contacted a man for fare evasion at 16th St. station. Officers subsequently arrested him for a felony narcotics warrant, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was booked at the San Francisco Hall of Justice. 0612-2470 L21.
A 26-year-old man refused to cooperate while being detained for fare evasion. It took two officers to take him into custody. One of the officers sustained an arm injury in the process. The suspect was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for delaying/obstructing a peace officer and for falsely identifying himself.
An F.T.O. and a trainee officer ran the license plate of a speeding vehicle and determined that it had been reported stolen. The officers followed the vehicle to a parking lot near the Hayward BART station. The juvenile suspects, admitted gang members, were arrested after a foot chase. The driver, a male, was booked into juvenile hall for auto theft. The passenger, a female, was cited and released to a parent.
A woman was entering her vehicle in the Hayward station parking structure when she was approached by an adult male suspect. The suspect said that he was going to shoot the victim unless she turned over her property. The victim refused, however the suspect snatched a purse and cellphone and fled the area. Responding officers searched the area with negative results. 0612-2377 L21.
Two suspects on a Fremont bound train between BayFair and Hayward Stations threatened to pull a knife on a victim if he didn't give them his cell phone and wallet. Victim gave cell phone but not his wallet. The train continued on to South Hayward Station where it was held when victim called to report the robbery,thinking the suspects might still be on the train. The suspects were not located.
An Officer on the platform at Castro Valley observed a male subject jump onto the trackway just prior to a train arriving. The subject voluntarily climbed back onto the platform after the officer confronted him. The subject appeared despondent and wouldn't respond to questions. He was detained for psychiatric evaluation.
Officers were advised of a robbery of a purse at the YMCA, and the suspect was on a bus approaching the 12th St. Station. Officers boarded the bus and took the suspect into custody. Turned over to Oakland PD.
A man and woman entering the 19th St. station, via the 17th St. entrance, were confronted by a male suspect with a gun. The suspect hit the male victim with the gun and robbed him of $21. The victim followed the robber for several blocks before losing sight of him in a parking garage.
Richmond Yard personnel reported shots fired at 14th & Portola. Richmond police advised that they had a homicide victim at that location. Two unoccupied BART train cars in the yard were hit by bullets. Three train-car windows were damaged. BART police officers located bullet fragment evidence aboard the train cars and secured it until a Richmond police detective arrived to collect it.