Officers contacted a male for fare evasion. The juvenile falsely identified himself. It was later discovered that the male was a missing person, had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant, and in possession of stolen property that was connected to a robbery from 9/28/17. The juvenile will be transported to Juvenile Hall.
Officers responded to the El Cerrito del Norte Station to investigate a report of a missing female juvenile. The female juvenile was located at the station. A records check revealed an active warrant issued by the Contra Costa County Probation Department. The female juvenile was arrested for the warrant and booked at the Contra Costa County Juvenile Hall.
An officer detained a suspect for possibly being drunk in public and discovered the suspect was listed as missing and also had a warrant for his arrest. The suspect was booked at the Martinez Detention facility for his warrant and taken out of the missing person system.
Dispatch broadcasted a BOLO for a missing person adult who was suicidal and autistic. An officer Turner located the subject at the Powell Street Station. The subject was placed on a 5150W&I hold for being a danger to himself and taken to Davies Medical Hospital. His mother was notified and removed from MUPS.
An at risk adult male (due to an injury) was separated for his care giver and possibly boarded a San Francisco bound train at the Orinda Station. BART Central made system wide notifications and pages in an attempt to locate the male. Dispatch sent out a Bay Area wide teletype bulletin to advise outside agencies. A detective sent out a Missing At Risk Adult to all Bay Area outside agencies. BART Central will continue making system wide notifications system wide until the end of revenue. All notifications have been made.
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.
Officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle near the station. The driver exited the vehicle and fled from the scene, leaving a small child at a nearby apartment complex. After an unsuccessful search for the suspect, officers were unable to locate the child upon their return to the original location. A search of the vehicle resulted in the recovery of suspected methamphetamine, and the vehicle was towed. The child was later found and the name of the suspect revealed. A complaint through the District Attorney’s office will be filed against the suspect for resisting arrest, child endangerment, and possession of narcotics.
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.
The adult daughter of a female who suffers from mental health issues reported that her mother had not arrived at her final destination, Concord station, after being dropped off at the San Bruno station on 12/24/13, at 2230 hours. An officer took the report and searched various West Bay stations for the missing subject, but was unable to locate her. Similarly, an officer on the Concord line searched for the subject, but was unable to locate her either. The subject is described as: a White female; 59 years of age; standing 5’4” tall and weighing 110 lbs.; short brown / gray colored hair; last seen wearing dark colored clothing. The subject’s information was entered into the missing persons’ system and local agencies were notified. The investigating officer requested station video from the San Bruno station.
While playing his guitar inside the station, a male victim was approached by another man who had previously robbed him. The suspect punched the victim in face several times, took the victim’s iPod Nano, and fled from the station. While being chased by the victim, the suspect turned around, took the victim’s guitar after another physical struggle, and broked the guitar by smashing it on the ground. The victim then lost sight of the suspect, who fled into a parking garage. The victim sustained minor injuries, but refused medical attention.
A parent reported his daughter became separated from him while they were on the platform. BART Central has sent several pages over its public announcement system for the daughter. The father stated his daughter has a history of mental illness, with self-inflicted scars on both forearms. The train was searched at the Civic Center Station in San Francisco with negative results. Investigation is on-going.
Alameda County Sheriff's deputies reported that a 16 year-old juvenile had possibly been abducted by her estranged father from the Bay Fair BART Station. After further investigation, it was determined that the juvenile had left voluntarily with her father. BART officers located the father and served a restraining order pertaining to the daughter. The juvenile was located and reunited with her foster parents.
Fremont PD telephoned the ISRC/BART PD dispatch at 0203 hrs. to advise that a woman was at the Fremont BART Station reporting that her former boyfriend had left on foot with their 2-year-old daughter. The man had vandalized the woman's car before leaving. He was last seen walking from the station, towards Walnut Ave. The investigating patrol officer arrived on scene at 0221 hrs. The woman told him that she had been unaware that BART was closed and had intended to drop off the suspect at Fremont station. She said that the suspect does not have a permanent address, but stays with family or friends in Oakland and Berkeley. She subsequently told the officer that the suspect had punched her and slammed her head against the steering wheel of her car. The suspect then picked up the child and walked away with her. The woman advised that she does not live with the suspect. Although the suspect is the child's father, he has not had custody of the child and has never been alone with his daughter before. The suspect was under the influence of alcohol, according to the reporting party. Fremont PD and BART PD officers conducted searches of the area for the suspect and child. The suspect supposedly did not have access to a vehicle, did not have a significant amount of money with him, and does not have relatives or friends in the Fremont area. ACSO, CHP, Union City PD, and Oakland PD were notified by police dispatchers. A BOLO was also sent to Bay Area law-enforcement agencies. The on-call detective was called at 0243 hrs. and responded to the station, and to a hospital, where the victim was examined for a large bump on her forehead. The C-plt. sergeant also responded to the station and the hospital. The acting-police chief and the operations deputy chief were notified by telephone. The acting-police chief responded to the hospital. At 0713 hrs, Fremont PD officers searched Fremont station and located the suspect and the child. This followed a report from an AC Transit bus driver that the suspect and child were there preparing to board a bus. The child had not been injured. The detective and BART police personnel responded to the station to conduct further investigative follow up. The suspect is in BART police custody. The criminal charges against the suspect are presently being determined and are pending the result of the detective's interview of the suspect, his investigative follow up, and the A-plt. watch commander's approval.
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.
Multiple stations were checked by officers and station agents in an attempt to locate a missing 80 year old male with dementia. After a system-wide page was made, a patron reported seeing the male on a train approaching West Oakland Station. The station agent located a man matching the missing person's description, but he shook his head "no" when asked if he was the missing person. Because the missing man spoke little English and suffered from dementia, an officer was also dispatched to look for the man. Resonding officers were unable to locate the man on the train being held. Trains were delayed approximately 18 minutes. A sergeant located the missing man at Concord Station at approximately 1420 hours.
An officer responded to the platform on a report of a male unlawfully lodging on the train. The juvenile male suspect was contacted and off-boarded. The suspect provided two false names before his real name was learned. The suspect told the officer he had on an ankle monitoring bracelet, but he removed it. Upon a records check, the suspect was a listed in MUPS as a missing person to Hayward PD by the Juvenile Justice Center in Hayward. The juvenile was transported to Alameda County Juvenile Hall at the request of the Juvenile Justice Center.
The 92-year-old woman missing from Fremont station was located near Powell and Ellis Streets in San Francisco by her son. An officer met with the woman upon her return to Fremont and confirmed that she was safe.
A family member called to report their elderly family member missing. The 92 year old female was last seen using the restroom at the station. Her family members did not see her come out of the restroom, but when they checked, she was not longer in the restroom. The lady has dementia and is in need of her insulin. He name is Ying Lai. She speaks Cantonese and limited English. She is described as Asian, 5', 135 lbs, wearing a rose colored jacket with fur around the collar and blue pants. Trains were checked, system announcements are being made (in stations and on trains) and Fremont PD was notified. She has been entered into the Missing Persons System and a BOLO was sent out. Detectives are drafting a flyer (with a photo) and media release at the time of this entry.
A sergeant took a missing person report from a mother who reported her 41-year old son was overdue and missing. The missing son is autistic and lives at a group home in Fremont. The mother stated the son was dropped off at the Fremont station at 0900 and was to travel to the El Cerrito Del Norte station; which he has done in the past. As of 1215 hrs, the son had not arrived at the El Cerrito Del Norte station. The son’s description was broadcasted via police radio and a request made to BART Central to broadcast the same to train operators, and station agents. The group home where the son lives was also contacted. A missing person’s report (MUPS) was completed and the Criminal Investigations supervisor notified, as the missing son could be “at risk.” At 1234 hrs, the son was located safely at the Fremont station. Apparently the son got lost and returned to the Fremont station.
A fight between two girls at the station was reported. When Officers arrived at the station and started sorting out the events, they determined it was one sister trying to keep the other from running away from home. The mother and sister of the missing person were contacted at the station. The runaway sister fled before police arrived. The runaway is a black female juvenile, 15 years, 5’4”, 160 pounds, long black hair and last seen wearing 2 silver hair clips, pink and white striped t-shirt, blue jeans and black tennis shoes. She was entered into Missing Person System at 2159 hours.
A father called to report that his daughter was missing. He explained that the mother dropped off the daughter at the station at 1920 hours and she was supposed to travel to the Pittsburg BART Station to meet her father. The father said he waited two hours at the BART station but his daughter never arrived. The missing daughter is described as a Hispanic female, 5’1”, 150, brown shoulder length hair and unknown clothing. She was entered into the Missing Unidentified Person System at 0101 Hours.
A person called to report that her son was missing and was last heard from walking to the station to catch a train to Pittsburg at 1630 hours. She described her son, Brandon Wyman as a mixed race male, (Filipino & white) appearing to be black or Hispanic, 21 years black short hair, (military style) brown eyes, 6’ 230, wearing a white polo collared shirt with (media nation with the number “800” on the back, Khaki pants. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Department and San Leandro P.D. were notified and had no contacts. The subject was entered into the Missing Person System and teletypes were sent out.