Officers were returning to their patrol car, when they contacted a male who was creating a disturbance by threatening to harm people on the street. The male was in possession of open bottles of alcohol. The officers determined the male was too intoxicated to care for himself and was booked at Santa Rite Jail.
BART officers reported hearing gunshots, at street level, between City Hall and the United Nations’ Plaza. Multiple San Francisco Police Officers then responded, and eventually detained a suspect on the nearby BART station’s platform. A gunshot victim was located at street level, and several firearms were also recovered. As the shooting occurred at street level, San Francisco Police handled the entire investigation. TSOC notified.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a carjacking that had just occurred. CHP transferred a cell phone call from the victim, who was advising that she had just been pulled from her vehicle, a light blue 15' Toyota Prius, by two suspects, in the parking lot in OPD's jurisdiction at 35th Ave/E.12th St. The victim described the suspects as two Black male juveniles, 17 yrs, well dressed in all black clothing. The victim was unable to provide a direction of flight of the suspects. The victim was not injured and said the suspects were not armed. Due to a shooting in OPD's jurisdiction, the report was taken by BART PD as an outside assist. OPD was notified.
A BART CSO on-viewed a black male, wearing a white tank top, standing on the corner of 71st Ave/Hawley St., fire 4 shots from a handgun. BART PD and OPD units quickly converged on the area, but were unable to locate the suspect or any victims. The CSO provided a witness statement to OPD.
A commercial burglary suspect who had stolen two computers on a previous occasion, returned to a business near the Concord Station to take more items. Security officers confronted him in the building and a struggle ensued. He was able to free himself and fled to the Concord BART Station, where he boarded a train. The train was intercepted at the Walnut Creek Station by a sergeant. The suspect was located and taken into custody without incident. Concord PD transported the victim to the station, where the suspect was identified as the responsible person and turned over to Concord PD officers.
San Francisco and BART officers responded to the station regarding multiple reports of a stabbing victim. The suspect (a Black male adult, wearing blue hospital-like pants) had reportedly fled from the station, via the 7th Street exit. Further investigation determined the stabbing occurred at street-level (San Francisco Police jurisdiction), near a café. San Francisco Police took over the investigation and the victim, who sustained non-life-threatening facial injuries, was transported to a local hospital. Train service was minimally impacted by this incident.
SFPD requested that trains be held at the station while they searched for two suspects in an armed robbery that had occurred on city streets. A sergeant who was on the platform saw two people who matched the suspect description on the platform. The robbery victim came into the station and also pointed out the two suspects. Officers detained both suspects without incident and turned them over to SFPD for investigation.
Officers detained a male adult whom they recognized as a burglary suspect wanted by the Daly City Police Department. A wants/warrants check of the suspect further revealed a $5K theft warrant, out of Contra Costa County, for his arrest. A subsequent search of the suspect also revealed he was in possession of illegal narcotics. Daly City investigators responded and took custody of the suspect.
An officer on a fixed post detail heard approximately 20 shots fired at the store directly across 7th Street from the station. The officer responded and located multiple shell casings and a victim who had been shot in the arm. OPD responded and took over the investigation. BART officers assisted in searching a vacant lot near the area, but the suspect was not located.
Officers responded to the station to meet with a female victim who had been robbed of her purse by two black males while walking on Hesperian Blvd. A Sergeant in the Dispatch Center observed via CCTV camera two males looking through a purse as they were entering the platform elevator of the station. BART Officers along with the San Leandro Police checked the platform and subsequently detained the two suspects. Both were positively identified by the victim and taken into custody by the San Leandro Police. The purse was recovered from the scene.
While on patrol, and officer was flagged down by a victim who stated that there was a suspect who tried to stab him. The officer spotted the possible suspect on Fruitvale and E. 12th St. and took him into custody at gunpoint with several Oakland Police Officers without incident. Further investigation revealed that the suspect may have been involved in a string of carjackings. The suspect, who was positively identified by the victim, was turned over to the Oakland Police. The victim was not injured.
Officers checked on a disturbance on the MUNI platform and contacted two males who had apparently been involved in a battery on the city streets. One of the males was too intoxicated to care for himself. The other male wished to place the intoxicated male under citizen's arrest for battery, so the intoxicated male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for battery and public intoxication.
An officer on routine patrol was flagged down by a citizen who reported that a male suspect who was being sought by Oakland PD for a stabbing earlier today was in the station bus zone. The officer confirmed that OPD was looking for the suspect and coordinated a response by BART and OPD units. The suspect was reportedly bi-polar and armed with a knife, and was believed to have stabbed his father earlier today at a residence in Oakland. The male suspect was taken into custody on the station access road by OPD officers without incident.
A detective driving an unmarked police vehicle eastbound on Highway 4 in the city of Antioch saw a white Toyota Tundra drive up the shoulder of the road and sideswipe a green Nissan Armada. The Toyota failed to stop and exited at Hillcrest Avenue. The detective, believing the driver may be inebriated, followed. The Toyota drive northbound in the southbound lanes of Hillcrest, and then entered Highway 4 westbound. Believing the driver to be a threat to the motoring public, the detective tried to conduct a traffic enforcement stop, but the driver of the Toyota failed to yield. The detective followed the Toyota, while broadcasting its location so that CHP units could stop the vehicle. As the Toyota passed the Pittsburg BART station, a BART officer in a marked police vehicle intercepted the Toyota and conducted a traffic stop near the Willow Pass off-ramp. The female driver was detained and admitted that she had consumed a large amount of alcohol. The driver claimed she was diabetic, although paramedics could not find anything wrong with her. The driver of the Nissan contacted CHP independently to report the hit & run collision. CHP officers responded and took over the investigation of the felony hit & run and DUI violations. The driver of the Toyota will be booked by CHP once she is medically cleared.
An officer made contact with the victim who reported being stunned with a taser, while aboard an A/C Transit bus, by a (Black) female-juvenile suspect after the two argued. Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies responded and took over the incident/investigation, which occurred in their jurisdiction. Paramedics responded, but the victim declined medical attention. The suspect, who was not readily located, is further described as: 16-17 years of age; 5’ tall; 130 lbs.; wearing brown colored clothing.
While on patrol, an officer heard 7-8 gunshots coming from the nearby housing area at 70th Ave. and Lyon Way, Oakland. A short time later, the officer was flagged-down by witnesses who relayed that the (5) suspects, described as Black males wearing gray and red colored hoodies, were fleeing on 70th Ave. - towards International Blvd. A short time later, Oakland Police Officers safely detained two of the suspects. No shooting victims were reported, and it appears the suspects only fired into the air.
An anonymous patron reported a male suspect possibly engaged in a lewd act near the station on a pedestrian path. An officer located the male in a vehicle in the area. A female was also located nearby and determined to be with the male. During the contact, the female allowed the officer to retrieve her identification from the car. While getting her purse, the officer saw a handgun on the floor, near the driver. The driver was taken into custody for possession of the firearm and for having ammunition in close proximity to the handgun. The female was identified and released. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the weapons violations.
AC Transit requested assistance with a suspect who refused to off-board from one of their coaches. Officers responded and located the man on board the bus. Record checks revealed that the suspect had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant for battery, held by Oakland PD. The man was arrested and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
San Bruno FD requested that our station be closed due to a possible natural gas leak coming from the shopping mall next door to the station. Trains were run through without stopping and the station was closed for about 15 minutes while SBFD and PG&E officials investigated. The station was reopened after about 15 minutes.
An officer responded to the station regarding Alameda County Sheriff’s deputies pursuing a male suspect wanted for two outstanding domestic violence warrants. The suspect managed to momentarily elude capture and fled toward a nearby housing complex. The BART officer assisted in the search for the suspect, and eventually located him. The officer drew his duty weapon, ordered the suspect to surrender and assisted in placing him in handcuffs. Alameda County Sherriff’s deputies then took custody of the suspect. A sergeant performed the use of force investigation.
The station agent reported that a female with no shirt on was in the station acting erratically. The woman pulled the fire alarm and then apparently returned to street level while officers responded to the call. Before the officers arrived, the agent reported that SFPD officers had chased the woman back into the station and that the woman had jumped from the concourse to the platform level of the station, suffering significant injuries. The woman was transported by ambulance to SF General Hospital, where she was later pronounced deceased. Officer learned that the woman had been creating a disturbance on city streets and had vandalized a nearby business, which led to SFPD officers searching the area for her. Trains were run through the station while the woman was treated and the officers conducted their investigation. The station was not reopened for revenue service. The deceased had no identification and the coroner is still attempting to identify her. Due to the officer involved fatality, SFPD is conducting their own investigation of the incident. There is no indication of foul play. TSOC notified.
Oakland PD requested that our officers check the station for a suspect in an attempted stabbing. Officers located a man matching the suspect description and detained him, locating a knife on his person. The victim came forward and identified the man as the person who tried to rob him at knife point on city streets. The suspect was turned over to OPD for further investigation.
Officers detained two males entering the station in connection with a battery that occurred on Powell Street several blocks from the station. It was determined that the two were married and that a domestic battery had occurred. SFPD was unable to respond due to Super Bowl events in the City. The aggressor was arrested for domestic battery and was booked at SF County Jail. The victim was uncooperative and refused domestic violence resources and an EPO.
While off-duty and driving on west bound Highway 4, a BART officer witnessed the occupant of a vehicle traveling in the same direction fire a handgun at another vehicle. The suspect vehicle then exited the highway at the Port Chicago Highway exit and collided with another vehicle at the end of the off-ramp. A short time later, the officer arrived at the collision scene, identified himself as a police officer, and held one of the occupants of the suspect vehicle at gunpoint until Concord Police and California Patrol officers arrived. The occupants of the suspect vehicle were then taken into custody. A BART sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation. The Highway patrol handled the shooting investigation, but no shooting victims were readily located.