Officers responded to the station on a report of an unresponsive adult male. Officers administered one dose of NARCAN to the male who became responsive. He was transported to an area hospital for further treatment.
An officer responded to the station on a report of an unconscious adult male possibly suffering from a drug overdose. The officer administered one dose of NARCAN to the male before he was transported to the hospital by paramedics for further treatment.
An unresponsive subject was found unresponsive at the Lake Merritt Station. Two doses of Narcan were deployed. The subject regained consciousness and was transported to Highland Hospital for further observation.
An officer was dispatched to a medical call on-board an Antioch bound train at the 12th Street station. The officer administered Naloxone (Narcan) to the male after he displayed signs of a possible overdose. The male was transported to a local hospital for additional medical treatment.
Officers responded to a report of a person in the men’s restroom for an extended period. Upon entry, officer found a unresponsive adult male who was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
A male adult subject was placed under a psychiatric hold after it was reported that he jumped in front of a Richmond Bound train. The subject was successfully rescued from the trackway with minor injuries. The station was closed for approximately an hour and fourteen minutes for the investigation and rescue efforts.
An adult male called the California Highway Patrol stating he was going to jump into the trackway at the Walnut Creek Station. The adult male, who was making threats to kill himself, could be seen straddling the wall which leads to the ground. BART, Walnut Creek and Pleasant Hill P.D. officers responded to the call. The station was closed, and trains were held out. Officers were able to talk the male adult off the platform. The adult male was placed on a psychiatric detention per 5150 W&I and transported to a local hospital. Service was restored to the station after 45 minutes.
An adult male (Winston GUERRERO-RODAS, 21, San Francisco) and a juvenile male were arrested for battery on a patron on board an SF Airport bound train. Both suspects were issued prohibition orders and were released on citations. The victim declined medical attention.
A male (Kenneth SPOONER, 47, Oakland) was arrested after resisting a detention. Narcotics paraphernalia was located incident to arrest. Spooner was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A male (Curtis HILL, 57, Concord) struck a male victim with a bottle, following a dispute over property the victim believed Hill stole. Hill was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. The victim suffered minor injuries and was treated at a local hospital.
A victim reported that he had been struck in the head by four suspects while in the parking lot. Responding officers detained four juvenile suspects a short distance away from the station. The victim identified two of the juveniles, and they were arrested. The two arrestees were booked at Juvenile Hall. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
Witnesses reported that a male victim may have been stabbed. Responding officers ultimately located a male with an injury to his back, but the male was uncooperative and refused to provide any information. The male was transported to a local hospital for examination. It is not known where or how the injury occurred.
An adult male was detained for damaging pay phones inside the station and discharging a fire extinguisher into the agent's booth. The man was transported to John George Pavilion for psychiatric evaluation, with a criminal hold for vandalism and battery on a transit worker.
An adult female was detained for fare evasion. She refused to cooperate and had to be physically restrained. She was ultimately transported to a local hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
A male slapped the on-duty station agent. Responding officers detained the man on Market Street, and the agent positively identified the man. The man was found to be in need of psychiatric evaluation. He was cited for battery on the station agent and was transported to SF General Hospital for evaluation and treatment. The agent was not injured. The man was issued a prohibition order.