A male victim reported that a male juvenile grabbed his phone from his hand and ran off of the train with two other male juveniles at the Rockridge Station. When the victim tried to follow the suspects, one of them reached into his waistband, indicating that he had a weapon, so the victim stopped following them as they exited the station. Officers responded and were able to locate two juveniles who ran from them, but were eventually detained nearby. The victim identified one of the males as being the one who took the phone, but could not positively identify the other as being involved. The identified suspect eventually directed officers to the phone, which had been discarded and it was returned to the victim. That suspect was interviewed and booked into juvenile hall for robbery and resisting arrest. The other juvenile was missing from a group home, so he was transported back to the home in San Francisco.
Officers performed a welfare check upon a male and female (juvenile) couple who were stranded at the station after regular train service ended. During the contact, the male was found to have an outstanding “no-bail” non-violent juvenile warrant, issued by the Alameda County Juvenile Court, for his arrest; and for which he was taken into custody and booked into the county's juvenile hall. The female, who was clear of any wants, was transported to a Hayward area juvenile shelter.
A relative of a female juvenile reported that her niece had been reported as a missing runaway a couple of weeks ago from a group home and had since been kidnapped. The relative stated that she obtained information that the female juvenile was in a vehicle with her abductor and that they were en-route to the Coliseum BART Station. The female victim was confirmed as a listed runaway. Officers staged in the area as the victim communicated with her cousin via text updating of her location. An officer spotted the suspect vehicle at the station and stopped it without incident, taking the driver occupant into custody. The female juvenile victim was also located safe in the vehicle. The female victim was in the company of another female adult in the vehicle. A detective interviewed both females and they both admitted that the suspect intended on driving them to the BART station for purposes of prostitution. All parties were transported to the Lake Merritt Station where the victims and suspect were interviewed by a detective. The suspect was also found to be on parole for pimping. The suspect is to be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for pimping, sexual intercourse with a minor, parole violation, and human trafficking. The kidnapping allegation is unsubstantiated at this point. The juvenile female victim was taken to the hospital for a medical examination.
An officer responded to the station regarding a female juvenile runaway, from the state of Washington, who was reportedly speaking with her parents from a station pay phone. The officer located the juvenile, who then told the officer that she had been drugged and sexually assaulted while in San Francisco Police jurisdiction. At this point, the officer transported the juvenile to San Francisco General Hospital where they were met by San Francisco Police investigators, who ultimately took custody of the juvenile and handled the sexual assault investigation.
Multiple patrons reported that a male suspect was pushing a female on the Pittsburg bound train. Officers detained both parties on the concourse. The investigation determined that the female punched the male. Record checks showed that the male had a restraining order preventing him from being with the female. The male adult was arrested for violation of a court order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. The female juvenile was found to be a ward of the court, and was cited for misdemeanor domestic violence and was turned over to Child Protective Services.
While on patrol, an officer contacted a juvenile for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. After giving several false names, a record check of the juvenile’s real name revealed an outstanding protective custody warrant. The juvenile was cited for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and transported to the Alameda County assessment center. A complaint via the juvenile court will be sought for providing false identity to a police officer.
A male juvenile approached the station agent and told him that he had injested methamphetamine. Officers responded and located the juvenile on the platform. Medical attention was requested. The juvenile was determined to be missing from a group home in Santa Rosa that specializes in youth with substance abuse problems. Officers located suspected methamphetamine on the juvenile's person. After being medically cleared at San Leandro Hospital, the juvenile was booked at the Alameda County Juvenile Hall for possession of narcotics.
A warrant check on a male juvenile detained for fare evasion revealed a missing person out of San Francisco. A search of the juvenile’s person resulted in the recovery of a pellet gun. The juvenile was cited for fare evasion and for being in possession of a concealed pellet gun, and was transported to his mother’s home in Oakland. TSOC notified.
A sergeant was at the station when she noticed a male juvenile and female juvenile together at the station. They appeared to be too young to not be in school. A records check revealed that the male was listed as a missing person and was on juvenile probation. His probation officer requested that he be booked into the Contra Costa County Juvenile Hall. The female was found to have a juvenile warrant out of Contra Costa, so she was also booked into the juvenile hall for the warrant.
The mother of a reported missing juvenile, requested an officer to be present when her daughter, who is 14 years old, arrived at the station. The mother had previously reported her daughter missing to OPD. The mother received information her daughter would be at the station. When the daughter arrived, she was detained by the officer. A records check revealed she had two no bail warrants out of Alameda County for Welfare and Institution Codes. The daughter was taken into custody, located and removed from MUPS and transported to Alameda County Juvenile Hall.
A twelve year old male ran away from his home in San Lorenzo and his parents believed he might attempt to use BART. An officer collected all available information and a missing person report was placed in the MUPS system. All regional agencies were notified and station agents were provided with the child's description. At about 2345 hours, the parents returned with the child to report that their son had been located and was safe.
An adult male found a 15 year old male juvenile wandering around the West Oakland area and brought him to the station because he thought he was a runaway. The juvenile was determined to be a runaway out of Santa Rosa and is on probation. The juvenile said that he had been smoking “weed” recently. The juvenile was transported to Children’s Hospital to be checked out. The juvenile was cleared from the hospital and will be taken to the San Joaquin County Juvenile Center by A-Platoon.