A citizen was robbed of $60 cash by two males in their twenties on the Nevin St. side of the station. One of the suspects brandished a knife during the offense. Both suspects fled on foot prior to the arrival of responding officers.
A reliable witness reported that a male suspect was attempting to break into a vehicle in the Barrett parking lot while a second suspect acted as a lookout. The suspects tried to leave the area as officers arrived. They were detained for investigation of burglary. The suspects, who turned out to be juveniles, were released when no victim vehicle could be located.
Officers responded to Concord station on a report of a woman being slapped and punched by a man in the parking lot. A witness told the officers that the suspect and victim left the area in a silver car. Officers were not able to locate the vehicle or determine further at this time. 0611-2792 L21.
A station agent was pushed in the chest by a male lodger after awaking the lodger while attempting to close the station at the secondary end of the station. Police immediately responded, and the suspect was placed under citizen's arrest for battery by the agent. Suspect was arrested for battery, and booked into San Francisco Jail.
A male suspect was yelling and behaving erratically, then ran into the station agent's booth and battered the station agent. The suspect pushed the female station agent against the wall in the booth, then was pulled out of the booth by two patrons. The suspect ran from the station, but an officer apprehended him a few blocks away. The suspect was arrested and booked.
Two males engaged in a heated verbal dispute at the top of a street level escalator, then one pushed the other down the steps. The battery victim sustained a back injury and was transported to a local hospital for treatment. The suspect was GOA/UTL.
An officer observed a suspect throw a large rock at the window of a parked vehicle. When the suspect saw the officer approaching, the suspect ran, but was captured by the officer. The suspect was arrested and booked.
As a male juvenile victim stepped off a train at 19th Street Station, an adult male suspect grabbed the victim's ipod. The suspect told the juvenile that if he caused any trouble, he would pull out a pistol. The suspect was last seen running to the street, and was GOA/UTL.
Officers contacted an adult male for fare evasion at Civic Center Station. Suspect was taken into custody on an arrest warrant for assault. Suspect was booked at the San Francisco Hall of Justice. 0611-2024 L21.
A panhandler being contacted by an officer became violently resistant, flailing and kicking at the officer, while screaming threats. He was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and is also a registered sex offender. He was booked on the above charges. The officer was not injured.
A patrol officer at Fremont station recalled the description of two residential burglary suspects wanted by Fremont PD earlier that morning, as she observed them arrive at the station and head to the platform. She notified FPD, then took one suspect into custody and held trains to prevent the other from leaving until she could take him into custody as well. Both were turned over to FPD with the stolen property in their possession.
An officer contacted a suspect for possession of an alcoholic beverage and a small amount of marijuana. The suspect was in violation of a court order prohibiting him from entering the BART system. The suspect was arrested and booked for the violation.
Several patrons reported that a male adult said he had a gun and was threatening to shoot passengers on-board a train at Macarthur Station. The suspect was arrested for making terrorist threats and an outstanding warrant for annoying phone calls.
An officer detained a fare evasion suspect and began placing him in custody for a battery warrant. The suspect violently resisted arrest, and had to be pepper sprayed for the officer to gain control. The suspect was then arrested and booked.
An officer noticed a vehicle parked facing the wrong direction in the station bus zone. The vehicle had collision damage and was occupied by two subjects who were passed out. The collision damage was linked to damage on an unoccupied vehicle parked at the station. The driver was booked at Hayward P.D. for D.U.I. The hit and run is under investigation.
Officers observed a suspect seated on the edge of platform #1, with his legs dangling over the platform ledge. The screaming and yelling subject could not be reasoned with, and was placed into custody. Once in custody, the suspect bit the hand of one of the arresting officers. The subject was transported to a local hospital for evaluation. As of this writing, the officer was still being treated at the emergency room of a local hospital.
An officer responded to Pittsburg/Bay Point Station regarding a woman passed out aboard an out of service train. Once awakened, the woman stepped off the train and suddenly began scratching and grabbing the officer. The subject was taken into custody and committed for psychiatric evaluation. The officer sustained several facial scratches and was treated by paramedics at the scene.
The station agent observed and reported a possible drug transaction between two males. One suspect quickly left the station prior to the arrival of an officer. The officer located and detained the second suspect, who was intoxicated, had fare evaded, and was in possession of cocaine. The suspect was arrested and booked.
An officer observed a male bicyclist who appeared to be casing vehicles in the parking lot. The suspect was detained and found to have two, no-bail, felony warrants, and was also in possession of heroin and marijuana. The suspect was arrested and booked.
Officers responded to Richmond Station regarding a suspect exposing himself and threatening patrons. Officers detained a suspect on the Amtrak platform. The suspect had dropped his pants, exposing himself to patrons. He had also threatened to stab patrons with a pencil if they did not give him money. The suspect was arrested and booked.