BART officers assisted San Pablo Police Department by locating a homicide suspect (Ignacio Gomez, 25 years, San Pablo) aboard a BART train at the Concord Station. Gomez was placed under arrest and was released to San Pablo.
William Lusk Jr. (31, Elk Grove) was arrested for Rape, lewd acts, grand theft, battery, possession of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia and a parole violation. Lusk was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
While at the nearby BART station, BART officers were alerted to a male brandishing a handgun in San Francisco jurisdiction. Subsequently, after a brief foot-pursuit, officers arrested Reynald Fino (25 years, San Francisco) for resisting arrest and weapons-related crimes. He was transported to a local hospital as a precaution due to an accidental fall he sustained during the foot-pursuit. After being medically cleared, Fino will be booked into county jail for the listed crimes.
The Oakland Police Department notified BPD to be on the look-out for Curtis Beasley (58 years old, Oakland) who was wanted for an attempted stabbing, which occurred in their jurisdiction. A BPD officer located Beasley on the concourse level of the Coliseum Station. Beasley was detained without incident. A knife was recovered from his person. Oakland P.D. took over the investigation.
The Contra Contra County Sheriff's Department was involved in a vehicle pursuit on Highway 4 which resulted in the driver abandoning the vehicle. The suspect ran onto the trackway extension near the Antioch Station, but was taken into custody without incident after a brief pursuit.
The station was closed for several hours after Hayward Police arrested a person who had fired a shot inside the station. There were no injuries. A joint investigation is being conducted with Hayward Police.
Officers responded regarding a female bus driver that was struck in the face (unprovoked). Officers detained the suspect (Joseph Pulido, 30, Richmond) who was positively identified and arrested. Alameda County Sheriff Officers arrived on scene and took custody of Pulido.
Two suspects robbed a female victim of her cell phone in the 21000 block of Wilbeam Ave. in Castro Valley. The suspects fled the scene northbound on Wilbeam Avenue. An area search was conducted with negative results.
BART officers arrested a robbery suspect (Kevin Marshall STEVENSON, 33 years, Oakland) as he entered the station. A weapon and money were recovered. Oakland Police officers took custody of the suspect a short time later. 1801-04067 L10.
An on-duty BART PD officer, dressed in full police uniform, discharged their service firearm and two adult males were transported to a local hospital for medical attention. A firearm was recovered from the scene. One of the individuals was later pronounced deceased.
Two minors reported that they were walking on 19th Street when three males robbed them of their cellphones, one of the males had a gun. Officers responded and detained 2 suspects, however the suspect reported to have a gun fled the scene. The victims positively identified the 2 suspects as being involved in the robbery. Both cellphones were recovered from the suspects. One suspect was transported to Juvenile Hall and the other suspect was cited and released to a parent. At this time the 3rd suspect is still outstanding.
A victim reported that he was robbed of cash on Market Street, by a suspect who punched him in the face. Officers located the suspect at 7th & Market Streets and detained him. The investigation was turned over to SFPD.
Hayward Police Department requested assistance for a barricaded suspect inside a house. With BART Police Department's assistance, the male (Vishneet Charan, 27 years, Hayward) was taken into custody and was booked into jail
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
The station agent was contacted by an adult male who reported being shot, in Oakland Police jurisdiction, several blocks away from the station. Oakland police officers responded and took over the shooting investigation, while paramedics tended to the victim. Incident #17-058797
A community service officer near the MacArthur BART station was flagged down regarding a shooting which had just occurred on 42nd Street in Oakland. The community service officer maintained visual of the suspect until a BART officer arrived on scene and was able to detain the suspect. Once officers from the Oakland Police Department arrived, the suspect was turned over to them. The Oakland Police Department ultimately took over the entire investigation as the shooting took place in their jurisdiction. 1709-0920/Oakland PD #17-048230 L15
BART officers were dispatched to the Castro Valley Station to locate a theft suspect on a train. The theft, which was reported by the ACSO, occurred in Dublin. The officers detained a male suspect. a records check revealed an active felony warrant. The case was turned over to ACSO as it occurred in their jurisdiction.
BART Police received several 911 emergency calls reporting a male was assaulted and kicked in the head by a group of 5-6 juveniles. Officers responded "Code 3", arrived at the Richmond Station and located the victim who was transported to a local hospital for his injuries. Officers searched the area for the juveniles but were unable to locate them. During the investigation, the crime was determined to have occurred in Richmond Police Department's jurisdiction and they were notified. BART Police completed a supplemental report and all information was forwarded to Richmond Police. Station video was requested.
A BART employee’s identification was taken during an auto burglary near the employee’s residence, which occurred between 1730 hours on 5/30/17 and 0430 hours on 5/31/17. An officer took the report and provided the stolen identification information to TSOC.
Officers detained a subject for battery against a person on public transportation. The subject pushed the victim for no apparent reason. The victim made a citizen’s arrest. The subject was issued a citation for battery and issued a Prohibition Order. An officer took the report.
An officer was in an eatery adjacent to the station when he noticed a female grabbing onto a male in an apparent argument. The officer tried to intercede, but the female continued grabbing onto the male and had to be placed in a control hold. She resisted arrest, but was eventually handcuffed. The male, who was not injured, was determined to be her boyfriend. SFPD was unable to respond, so the female was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic battery and resisting arrest. The male refused an emergency protective order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and to conduct a use of force investigation.
A BART contractor reported the theft of a $12,000 compressor unit from a BART construction site at East 12th Street and 29th Avenue in the city of Oakland (near the Fruitvale Station). The compressor was left on its trailer, unhitched, at 0800 hours and when the contractor returned at 1230 hours, the whole unit was gone.
Officers were flagged down for a reported sexual battery which occurred on the street level, in SFPD jurisdiction. The officers detained the suspect, who was pointed out by witnesses, but they were unable to locate a victim. The male suspect was determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself, so he was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for public intoxication.