An officer and a sergeant responded to a report of a hearing impaired individual who handed the station agent a note to call 9-1-1. The subject then went upstairs. Upon the officers arrival they found the reporting party and another subject in the plaza level of the station. It was discovered that subject had an active restraining order to stay away from the reporting party. The original violation occurred in Oakland’s jurisdiction. However, because the Oakland Police Department could not give an estimated time of arrival, BART officers took over the case and placed the suspect under arrest. The suspect is to be booked into the North County Jail for violating the restraining order.
BART officers responded to a report of two suspects trespassing on the MUNI tracks. Two suspects were located in the tunnel and were coaxed back to the platform, where they were detained until SFPD officers arrived to take over the investigation.
Dispatch received a report of a possible stabbing victim at the station. The victim was reported to have been stabbed in the city of Richmond, and then boarded a Millbrae bound train after transferring from a Fremont bound train at Richmond to arrive at the station. The victim was transported to San Francisco General Hospital, where he was interviewed and confirmed the crime took place in the city of Richmond. However, the wound was superficial and the victim was also intoxicated. Officers recovered and processed possible evidentiary items that were located on the platform. The possible trains the victim may have boarded were searched for evidentiary value by officers with negative results. BART Police took the initial report and notified Richmond Police.
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.
A BART employee reported that an unknown person entered her personal vehicle, while parked at her residence, and had taken her BART issued equipment. The employee stated the theft occurred between 2/9/14, at 1900 hours, and 2/11/14, at 1300 hours. A BART officer took the report.
Officers responded to a report that a victim was struck by an umbrella by a woman near the station off Hegenberger Road. The suspect was placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon after she was positively identified by the victim. No medical was needed. BART Police took custody of the arrest, which was approved by a sergeant.
A victim reported to BART Police three males pushed him against a wall, shoved a gun in his face, and robbed him of an iPhone 4 and keys near the station. During a search, one of the suspects was placed under arrest after being positively identified by the victim and the phone was recovered. No weapon was recovered and there were no injuries. Although the incident occurred in Hayward’s jurisdiction, BART officers took over the case. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation.
A distraught female victim, naked from the waist down, contacted the station agent and reported that her boyfriend had beaten her up and then fled into the station. Patrons saw the male suspect and detained him until officers arrived. Officers determined that the male suspect had raped and beaten the victim on street level, near the station. The victim was transported to Highland Hospital for treatment. Record checks showed that the male suspect had an outstanding $50,000 arrest warrant for domestic violence, held by a Florida agency. The male was turned over to Oakland PD for further investigation.
The ISRC received information from the El Cerrito Police Department that two subjects, wanted out of Napa Police jurisdiction for questioning in a homicide, were seen walking in the area of the station. A sergeant and an officer performed an area check of the station and two subjects, matching the descriptions provided by El Cerrito Police, were located. The two subjects were detained without incident and were subsequently turned over to Napa Police investigators.
A female victim reported to the ISRC via CHP transfer that the father of her children committed a battery against her by slamming her onto the ground a few blocks away from the station. The victim stated that the suspect was on parole for robbery, had a history of abuse against her, and that he was just released from prison for carrying a firearm. The victim also advised that the suspect was also possibly high on methamphetamines at the time he slammed her onto the ground. A wants check run by the ISRC confirmed that the suspect, whom the victim identified, was on parole for robbery. A witness, who also reported the incident via CHP transfer, advised that the suspect was on the Daly City platform. Trains were held for about 15 minutes so that a sufficient number of officers could arrive to search for the suspect. BART officers and a sergeant responded to cover as another BARt officer stood by with the victim. A CHP officer was also on scene to assist. While waiting for additional units, the possible suspect came down from the platform and attempted to exit the station. The suspect was detained and handcuffed by Oa BART officer with the CHP officer providing cover. Trains were released once the victim positively identified the suspect. The BART officers on scene assisted responding Oakland police officers by locating and identifying witnesses as well as performing other investigatory tasks. The case was ultimately turned over to the Oakland Police Department. The victim declined medical attention when she originally spoke to the BART officers.
A witness reported that he saw a subject take a bicyclist’s bag when the bicyclist set it down onto the ground (topside 12th St. Station). A sergeant responded and detained the subject in question. A wants check revealed that the subject had a misdemeanor $20k petty theft warrant for his arrest issued from the Oakland Police Department. A search revealed that the suspect was in possession of what appeared to be narcotics. The narcotics were NIK tested and determined to be methamphetamines. The suspect was arrested and booked for the warrant. Officers were unable to locate a victim and the disputed bag ended up belonging to the suspect in question.
Officers were driving from San Francisco back to Oakland, when they observed a vehicle making a u-turn on the Bryant St. on-ramp and attempted to drive down the ramp into oncoming traffic. Officers attempted to stop the driver but he fled eastbound onto the freeway. The driver swerved between lanes and did not drive in a single lane. The officer's suspected the driver was driving while impaired. The driver refused to stop and CHP was notified. CHP intercepted the driver and was able to stop him in Oakland. CHP took the suspect into custody.
An officer was flagged down by the victim of an armed robbery that occurred near the station. The victim reported that he was robbed of his wallet and cell phone at gunpoint. The suspect was described as a 14 year old black male, dressed in black and armed with a 9mm handgun. The suspect was in the company of four other black male juveniles. All five fled eastbound on Livingston from 16th Street. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects. The case was turned over to Richmond PD for further investigation.
A patron on board the Fremont train reported that her cell phone had been snatched by a male suspect. The suspect was described as a black male in his early 20's, wearing a camouflage hooded sweatshirt, with the hood up. The victim reported that the suspect got off the train and then re-boarded another car. While officers were responding, the station agent reported that the suspect may have fled from the station on foot. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. Once the victim was located, officers discovered that the theft of the phone actually occurred in the city of Oakland and the victim saw a person who may have been the person who stole her phone. The Fremont train was delayed about 12 minutes as a result of this call.
San Francisco PD reported that a shooting occurred at 6th & Market Stteets. The suspect was described as a black male, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and carrying a red backpack. The station agent at Powell Street Station reported seeing a male matching this description jump the fare gates to enter the station shortly after the shooting. Officers responded to the platform and located the male reported by the station agent. The officers detained the suspect for fare evasion. SFPD officers brought witnesses to the station and they positively identified the detainee as the person who had committed the shooting. SFPD arrested the male, who was a juvenile, and transported him to Tenderloin Station for further investigation.
Hayward Police requested the assistance of a BART canine unit in order to perform a search for an armed robbery suspect near the corner of Stewart Drive and Whitman Ave., Hayward. The officer, canine, and a sergeant responded to the location and assisted Hayward officers with the search. After an extensive search a suspect surrendered to officers when he realized the canine had been deployed for the search. The suspect was then taken into custody without a use of force by BART Police personnel/canine. 1311-3946 / Hayward Police case #2013-84021. L10
An officer was at the 19th Street Station on a fare evasion contact when he was contacted by a victim of a robbery in Oakland's jurisdiction. The victim reported the suspect had fled into the station. The officer searched the station and the suspect was located inside the station. The suspect was taken into custody after a foot pursuit. The suspect dropped the victim's laptop during the foot pursuit and was recovered. The victim positively identified the suspect and OPD took custody of the suspect. A sergeant responded to the station.
South San Francisco Police (SSFPD) received a call from a reporting party who advised that a male was hurting a female in the bus zone area of the station. SSFPD officers arrived on scene first and pursued the male suspect on foot, tasered him, and took him into custody. A BART officer arrived on scene a short time later. SSFPD officers handled the entire case, including the suspect’s booking. A BART prohibition order was issued to the suspect by the BART officer. The female victim was not injured during the incident. SSFPD case #13-6987 / BART PD case #
A Spanish speaking subject who was intoxicated called via 911 from the pay phone in front of the station to report that he had been cut and was bleeding. The subject was subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment. A follow up investigation at the hospital revealed that the subject had been a victim of an attempted robbery in which a subject pulled out a knife and possibly struck him with it on his head. The attempted robbery occurred on Tennyson Road as the victim was walking from a friend's house in the City of Hayward. A trail of blood was found from the sidewalk on Tennyson Road, up the stairs and through the parking lot. The suspects' fled the area in a white vehicle. The case was turned over the Hayward Police.
ACSO called to request assistance regarding a male refusing to off-board an AC Transit bus, which was arriving at the South Hayward Station. A BART Officer arrived first and determined that the male was intoxicated in public and refusing to cooperate. The male had to be forcefully removed from the bus to be taken into custody. A records check revealed a no bail parole hold warrant for his arrest. The male was transported to the Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication and the warrant.
El Cerrito PD reported that a strong-arm robbery had just occurred at the El Cerrito Plaza Shopping Center. The suspect, who was described as a black male in his 20's, carrying a backpack and wearing a gray sweater and blue jeans, fled on foot toward El Cerrito Plaza Station. ECPD officers checked the station but could not locate the suspect. A Fremont bound train had just left the station and the suspect was thought to have boarded the train before it left. The train was held at North Berkeley Station and officers intercepted the train to search for the suspect. A male who matched the suspect description was located on the train and he was detained for further investigation. The robbery victim was brought to the station, but could not identify the detainee as the robbery suspect. Record checks showed that the detainee had an active BART Prohibition Order, valid through December 2013. The man was arrested for trespassing in violation of his prohibition order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for the violation. The Fremont train was held about 16 minutes as a result of this incident.
Two CSO's were in the Skywatch tower in the rear parking lot when they heard what sounded like gunshots. When they looked, they saw a man down on the ground on the corner of 72nd Ave. and Hawley St. Multiple BART officers and sergeants (who were working the Raiders Game detail) responded and found a subject suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Medical was responded and transported the victim to the hospital. BART officers assisted OPD by securing the scene. OPD took over the investigation since it occurred in their jurisdiction.
A male victim came to the station and reported that he had been robbed at gunpoint near the Oakland Museum of California, located about two blocks north of the station. A male suspect robbed the victim of his laptop computer, iPhone and $100 in cash. The suspect was in the company of a second male adult. The suspect with the gun was described as a black male in his 20's, about 6' tall, wearing a wool hat, a dark blue windbreaker and carrying a silver handgun. The victim could not describe the second party. Officers detained two possible suspects at 12th & Fallon Streets. While the victim was being transported to that location for an in-field lineup, one of the suspects fled on foot. Officers caught the suspect at 13th & Oak Streets. Neither of the suspects was armed. The victim was unable to identify either suspect as the person who robbed him. The suspect who fled was arrested for resisting arrest, while his companion was released after being identified. The arrestee was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting arrest after being medically cleared at the hospital for complications of asthma. The robbery investigation was turned over to Oakland PD.
While at the station, officers were flagged down by a victim of a strong arm robbery which had taken place two weeks prior in San Francisco Police jurisdiction. The victim told the officers he had just returned from viewing a photographic line-up at San Francisco Police headquarters where he had positively identified one of the involved suspects, and that suspect was currently at the station. The officers detained the suspect without incident and requested San Francisco Police. On their arrival, the suspect was taken into custody for robbery by the San Francisco officers.
The Antioch Police Department advised the ISRC that a homicide suspect wanted by their agency had possibly headed to the Pittsburg BART Station. Given the time frame, it was determined that the suspect might have already boarded a train that was approaching the Rockridge Station. A records check revealed that the suspect had multiple BART priors and that he lived in San Francisco. Officers and a sergeant checked the Pittsburg Station as Antioch PD provided perimeter coverage outside the station. Officers and sergeants also checked the train in question at the Rockridge Station. Additionally, the Rockridge Station platform was evacuated prior to commencement of the train search. Another group of officers and a sergeant also searched a train at the Montgomery Station as a precaution. The results of all three train searches yielded negative results for the suspect. The multiple train/station searches resulted in an approximately 15-20 minute district-wide delay in service.