A female victim reported she was pushed into the bathroom of the Pittsburg Station where the suspect pushed her against the wall, touched her breasts over her clothing and then masturbated in front of her. The victim boarded a train and reported the incident at the Concord Station. The victim declined medical and was transported to a homeless shelter nearby. Detective Sergeant Power responded to the station and detectives will follow-up on the allegations. Station video was requested and the case is pending further investigation.
Pashen Bagsby (39 years old, Oakland) was arrested for 273.5 P.C., 207 P.C., 236 P.C. and 594 P.C. at the request of the Marin County Sheriff's Office. Bagsby was arrested at the Lake Merritt Station and turned over to the Marin County Sherriff's Office.
BART Officers responded to the West Oakland Station with Oakland P.D. units to search for Sindel Botelho (20 years old, Reno) and a 4-year-old victim that she kidnapped from his father. Trains were held and searched at the West Oakland and MacArthur Stations with negative results. An on-duty station agent reported seeing the suspect and victim exit the West Oakland Station. Officers detained the suspect without incident. The suspect was turned over to Oakland P.D. units and arrested for kidnapping. L24
A female victim reported that her former boyfriend had robbed her of her purse in the parking lot of the station. The suspect pointed a handgun at the victim and tried to force her to get into his car, but she resisted. In the struggle, the suspect choked the victim, who bit the suspect's arm and pulled free. Bystanders intervened and the suspect drove off. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect or his vehicle in the area. The victim was transported to Highland Hospital for treatment. Possible addresses for the suspect were found in Hayward and Walnut Creek. Those agencies were notified and provided with the suspect's name and vehicle description. Investigation continues. TSOC notified.
A female victim reported that at about 1400 hours today, she was the victim of a domestic battery. She told officers that she had obtained a Temporary Restraining Order against her boyfriend, but that the order had not been served. She chose to meet with her boyfriend in the city of El Cerrito in order to attempt a reconciliation. The couple got into an argument as they walked toward BART. The boyfriend grabbed her arm and pulled her onto a train, which the couple rode to MacArthur Station. They got off the train there and continued their argument. The suspect pushed the victim twice. A relative of the victim arrived at the station and the victim left with the relative. The suspect left without further incident. The victim was not injured. The case will be forwarded to detectives for follow-up.
A sergeant and officers responded to the bus zone are of the station regarding the report of an in-progress fight. The officers attempted to contact one of the involved parties, later identified as the suspect, who was uncooperative, agitated and in control of a stroller containing a small child; the suspect was later determined to be the child’s father. As one of the officers attempted to reason with the suspect, he placed the child between himself and the officer while also exhibiting pre-assaultive behaviors. Eventually, the suspect pushed the stroller (still containing the child) into the bus zone as another officer pointed a Taser at the suspect and ordered him to the ground. Although the suspect did not readily comply, he eventually did and was safely placed in handcuffs without (police) force being used. The other involved party, later identified as the victim and mother of the involved child, was located and explained that the suspect had earlier forcibly taken the child from her, battered her about the face and pulled her hair, while also snatching her cell phone from her grasp as he believed she was calling police. The officers then placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence, child endangerment, kidnapping and preventing the use of a communication device to summon police assistance. As a result of being battered, the victim sustained a minor injury, but refused medical assistance; the child was not injured. Officers obtained an emergency protective order and issued the suspect a prohibition order before booking him into the county jail.
A female juvenile reported while at the station sometime between 0030-0200 hours on 7/6/15, a man walked to her at knife point and threatened her. The suspect drove the victim to a motel in San Jose where she was sexually assaulted. The victim reported the crime the next day. The victim was taken to Highland Hospital in Oakland for an examination. PoliceVideo has also been contacted to retrieve video of the station. The investigation is on-going at this time.
A female victim reported she was on her way home from the baseball game when she saw her former husband. The female victim reported that her husband had battered her while in the parking lot, pushed her into their vehicle, and would not let her leave. The boyfriend reportedly took her cellular phone during the incident as well. The victim was able to exit from the vehicle and subsequently reported the incident. The victim was not injured. Officers searched the area for the suspect but were unsuccessful. Officers were unable to track the cell phone because it had been turned off. The officers attempted to ruse the suspect to come to the station but were also unsuccessful. There is already a restraining order on file against the suspect. Officer Campbell took the report.
A female subject called the ISRC reporting that her cousin texted her, stating that she needed help. The female subject spoke to the reporting officer who was then able to locate and speak to the victim who was now at her residence. The female victim reported that at around 0900 hours, she was at the South Hayward Station when she was approached by 2 subjects in a vehicle who asked her if she knew where to buy marijuana. The victim stated that one of the suspects then proceeded to force her into their vehicle and then drove to a parking lot in Hayward. The victim stated they parked in a parking lot but was unsure exactly where it was located. The victim alleged that one of the suspects tried to sexually batter her. The victim stated she was able to escape from the vehicle and eventually make it home. The victim only described both subjects as Hispanic males, one of whom was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. Station video was requested through the Communications Department and the surrounding areas were also checked for video surveillance. The on-call detective was also advised of the incident.
SFPD advised that a parental abduction had occurred near the 24th Street Station. It was reported that the father had abducted the child and had fled towards the station. At 1734 hours, a station agent reported that SFPD units were inside the station and were searching a train that was on the platform for the suspect. Additional SFPD units responded to the 16th Street Station and started searching trains at that station. BART officers and a sergeant responded to the stations to assist. SFPD requested additional trains to be searched at Civic Center and Powell Street. At 1756 hours, all trains were released after a 22 minute delay. Train service was restored and the suspect was not located inside the BART system.
A female reported that she was robbed of cash and her purse while in the parking lot of the station. She also stated that the suspect had previously pulled her and her friend into his vehicle in San Francisco and drove them to the Coliseum Station. Once in the lot, the suspect punched the victim and took some of her cash and purse before fleeing the area. The suspect is known to the victim. The victim, who was not injured, was found to have three no bail juvenile warrants, so she was taken into custody and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for the warrants. Station video is being requested and the suspect has been identified.
An officer was dispatched to call a female victim regarding a possible suspicious circumstances report. The officer called the female victim who stated she was currently somewhere in San Francisco. The victim told the officer that she was unable to make it to the station to make an in-person report. The female victim reported the following: The victim stated that earlier in the day, she called her sister and her adult niece to be picked up at the El Cerrito Del Norte Station. The victim said she additionally called a male friend she used to know to meet her there as well. The victim stated when she got to the station, she saw her sister and niece as well as the male acquaintance who was in a silver Audi with paper license plates. The victim said that there was a male and female Hispanic couple in the back seat of the suspect vehicle at the time. The victim stated that she got into the male subject’s car to tell him she no longer needed a ride. The victim stated that when she did this, the male subject drove off against her will and locked the car doors. The Hispanic male, who was seated in the back seat, allegedly grabbed the victim’s breast and when she resisted, both the Hispanic male and Hispanic female pulled her hair and choked her. The victim stated that when she was able to open her door to escape, the male suspect purposefully accelerated his vehicle causing her to fall to the ground and injure her leg and hand. The victim stated she did not go to the hospital. The victim stated she only knew the suspect by name and described him as a Black male, dark complexion, dreadlock hairstyle. While speaking to the victim over the phone, the officer learned that the victim’s sister and adult niece were with her. The officer asked the victim if he could speak to them about what they witnessed but the victim stated that they did not wish to make a statement. The reporting officer will be requesting for station video and officers were assigned to canvass the area for additional video evidence and witnesses. The on-call detective was also notified. The reporting officer attempted to re-contact the victim for additional information but was unsuccessful.
BART officers responded to the station regarding an adult male suspect who attempted to kidnap a 3 year old child. Berkeley Police officers responded as well, and eventually detained the suspect at the station. Witnesses and the child’s grandmother told officers that while in the station’s flea market, the suspect grabbed and attempted to walk away with the child before being confronted by a security guard. The suspect then released the child, who was unharmed. BART officers arrested the suspect for attempting to kidnap the child, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest. A detective responded as well. Subsequently, the suspect was booked into the county jail for attempt kidnapping.