Officers responded to the station on a report by the station agent of a shooting victim seeking help. The victim claimed he had been shot in the leg, topside at 16th Street and Mission. The victim left prior to the arrival of medical and SFPD. SFPD confirmed the shooting in their jurisdiction.
A citizen was the victim of a strong-arm robbery that occurred on the 2nd level of the parking structure. Loss was a shoulder bag containing credit cards and cash. The suspect, described as a male in his 30's fled the area on foot and was not located.
A teacher accompanying a group of students on a field trip was grabbed by the throat by an adult male who took exception to the students attempting to occupy seats around him. Suspect was gone on arrival of officers.
A subject who had a court ordered stay away order from the station was spotted in the station by the station agent. The subject was arrested and booked for violating the order in addition to a number of miscellaneous outstanding warrants.
An officer contacted an adult male sleeping outside a maintenance room on the East side of the station. A routine warrant check revealed the suspect had a felony and a misdemeanor warrant for violent offenses. A search incident to arrest found the suspect with 438 grams of marijuana in his possession.
An officer responds to the station regarding an adult male causing a disturbance. The officer arrived and determined the suspect to be intoxicated. The suspect resisted the officer's attempt to arrest him and had to be subdued. The suspect was taken into custody and booked for resisting arrest and public intoxication.
Officers aboard a Pittsburg bound train observed a suspect in possession of a cane sword. The suspect was also in possession of several bindles of heroin and other narcotics paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked.
Two subjects were contacted for disturbing the peace on a north bound train at Rockridge station. One subject was arrested for being under the influence of alcohol. Booked North County Jail to be released when sober.
When an officer initiated a traffic stop, the motorist failed to yield. The suspect continued driving until he reached his Union City residence, then quickly walked into his home. The suspect was cited and released.
An officer was attempting to identify a fare evasion suspect, the suspect suddenly ran out of the station. The officer engaged the suspect in a foot pursuit and found him hiding behind a fence a few blocks away. The suspect was arrested and booked.
Officers intercepted a Daly City bound train regarding a suspect with a knife who was creating a disturbance. The suspect was located and found in possession of a large, concealed knife. He was arrested and booked.
AC Transit requested BPD assistance for a group of subjects gambling in the back of one of their buses. Three suspects were off-boarded, detained and turned over to Alameda Co. Sheriffs deputies.
A patron on board an east-bound train approaching West Oakland Station had his laptop computer snatched from his possession by an adult male in his 20's who fled the train/station. Responding units set up a perimeter after the suspect was spotted fleeing into the yards near 9th and Center. UTL.
A male juvenile was assaulted in the parking lot by up to five other juveniles, one armed with a baseball bat. The victim, who sustained minor wounds, was treated at a hospital and released. The suspects fled in an automobile. A license plate was obtained by witnesses.
A woman victim reported that a man on the platform at San Bruno station was wearing woman's underwear and engaging in lewd conduct. Officer located the suspect in the bus zone and arrested him. The suspect was a known sex offender and was booked at San Mateo County Jail.
A fire started on the M-2 trackway, about 200 feet into the tunnel between Embarcadero and Montgomery stations. A train of passengers self-evacuated and walked to Montgomery. SFFD arrived and extinguished the fire. The station was kept closed until the fire department cleared and the standing water on most of the platform was removed. The station was closed either fully or partially (run throughs were eventually allowed) for about two hours. It appears as though the fire was caused by garbage being ignited by sparks, while surrounding debris and wooden railroad ties also caught fire.
Officers were flagged down near Del Norte station for a subject who had jumped out of his vehicle and began jumping up and down hysterically. Subject was transported to Contra Costa County Hospital for evaluation.