An officer contacted a person for fare evasion at the MacArthur station. The suspect refused to the officer’s demands to stop, and both the officer and suspect boarded a Fremont bound train. When the train arrived at the 19th Street Station, the suspect physically resisted three officers' attempts to detain him. The suspect pushed, kicked, and punched the officers before they were successful in taking him into custody. The suspect was placed under arrest for battery on officers and resisting arrest. There were no injuries. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation. The suspect later claimed that he wanted to harm himself, and was transported to Highland Hospital after being determined to be in a state of psychosis by medical personnel. After being cleared from the hospital and the John George Psychiatric Facility, the suspect will be booked at Santa Rita Jail. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A victim reported being a witness to a man who was exposing his penis and masturbating while they were on a Richmond bound train. Officers arrived at the scene and detained a subject matching the description given by the victim. The subject was positively identified by the victim as the person who was exposing himself. The suspect was placed under arrest for indecent exposure and for possession of paraphernalia (as a result of a search of his person incident to his arrest). The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
An officer detained a person for fare evasion who became belligerent while they were on the platform. A Taser was deployed when the suspect continued to challenge and threaten the officer. The Taser was partially effective, and other officers assisted in taking the suspect into custody. Medical personnel arrived at the scene, and a lieutenant arrived at the scene to conduct the use of force investigation. The suspect was determined to be a danger to others and was transported to Highland Hospital. After being medically cleared and evaluated at John George Psychiatric facility, the suspect will be cited for fare evasion and arrested for resisting arrest, threatening an officer, and battery on medical personnel. No one was injured, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
An officer witnessed two males fighting in the bus zone. Witnesses confirmed that one of the males had punched the other in the mouth. The officer determined that the two were involved in a dating relationship. The suspect was arrested for domestic violence. The victim suffered a cut to his lip, but declined medical attention. An Emergency Protective Order was obtained for the victim and he was provided with domestic violence resources. The suspect was served with a prohibition order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence.
A male fare evaded from the elevator and was stopped at the Bay Fair Station. The male gave a false name to the officer and the officer attempted to detain the male in handcuffs. The male resisted the officer and force was used to place the male into handcuffs. The officer and the male were not injured. A sergeant responded to take a UOF Report and to approve the arrest. The male issued a prohibition order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
An officer detained a male suspect for fare evasion. The suspect attempted to flee and struggled with the officer before being taken into custody. The officer suffered a minor cut to her hand during the struggle, which was treated at the scene. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting arrest, violation of probation and battery on an officer. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
A witness reported a male striking a female in a car at the station. Officers arrived and located the male and female, as well as two witnesses. The female victim, who had no visible injuries, denied that she had been battered. The male also denied striking the female. Based on the statements of two independent witnesses, the male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the domestic violence charge and issued a prohibition order. The female declined an emergency protective order. Station video will be requested.
A female patron reported that a male suspect punched her in the back of the head as she was walking down the stairs from the platform. She does not know the male and has no idea why he hit her. A witness also saw the battery. Once on the concourse level, the suspect squared off at her as if he were going to hit her again, but the station agent and another patron approached and the suspect fled the area. The suspect was located nearby by responding officers. Both the witness and the victim identified him as the responsible and placed him under citizen's arrest for battery on a transit passenger. The male suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the battery charge. The victim, who suffered some soreness to the back of her head, refused medical attention at the scene, but said that she would seek her own treatment if needed.
Patrons reported that a couple was involved in a fight on board a Richmond bound train. The couple got off the train at Lake Merritt Station and exited to street level. Witnesses reported that the male shoved the female over a trash can at Coliseum Station and choked her before they boarded the train. The male was described as a tall, thin black male, wearing a black hat, a Raiders' jersey with the number "99" on it and black pants. Officers searching the streets near the station heard a woman screaming and saw a male matching the suspect description walking away from her. The suspect was detained nearby and officers established that the suspect and the female victim were in a dating relationship. The victim was uncooperative, but witnesses came forward and identified the suspect as the person who battered the victim. The suspect was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence and was later booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. He was also issued a prohibition order.
Patrons reported a female striking a male with her purse while aboard the train. Officers intercepted the train and contacted both the male and female. It was determined that the two are in a relationship and that the female also slapped the male. The male was not injured. The female was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic violence and issued a prohibition order. The male was offered an emergency protective order, but declined.
A 911 caller reported that a male and female were involved in a physical fight in the bus zone on the MacDonald Avenue side of the station. The suspect, described as a black male, about 50 years old, wearing a white shirt and light green pants, reportedly punched the victim several times, knocking her to the ground. The suspect continued to punch the victim on the ground. When the victim attempted to use her cell phone to call the police, the suspect smashed the phone. The suspect attempted to take a taxi from the station, but none of the taxi drivers would accept him. The suspect walked away from the station, but was detained a short distance away by Richmond PD. The victim positively identified the suspect, who is her boyfriend. The victim suffered cuts and bruises to her face and was transported to the hospital for treatment. The suspect was arrested for domestic violence and for the destruction of the victim's cell phone. An emergency protective order was obtained for the victim and the suspect was issued a prohibition order. The on-call detective responded to interview the suspect, but he refused to provide a statement. The suspect was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion. The male tried to walk away from the officer. When the officer tried to detail the male, he punched the officer. The officer was able to wrestle the suspect to the ground and was eventually able to take the suspect into custody with the assistance of arriving OPD officers. The suspect was transported to the hospital for a complaint of pain and will be booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for fare evasion, battery on an officer, resisting arrest and for threatening the officer. The officer did not require medical attention. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
A male and female were engaged in a physical fight in the parking lot. Officers detained the two subjects in the pedestrian tunnel and determined that the two were in a dating relationship. The female subject was determined to be the aggressor and she was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence. The male victim was not injured. The victim declined an Emergency Protective Order. A search of the female incident to arrest revealed a crack pipe on her person. The female, who is pregnant, was booked at Santa Rita Jail after being medically cleared at the hospital. The female was issued a prohibition order.
A female patron reported that a subject inappropriately touched her on her leg while they were on board a train. An officer responded and located the subject in question. The victim placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery, and he (the suspect) was issued a citation and released. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order.
A victim was punched by a male as a result of accidentally bumping into him with a bicycle while on the platform. The victim accidentally bumped into the suspect, and even though the victim excused himself, the suspect punched the man in the face. Both parties engaged in a wrestling match until an officer arrived. The suspect was cited for battery and issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Officers responded to a report of a male and female fighting in the free area near the agent's booth. Responding officers contacted the victim and learned that the suspect was her former boyfriend. The two had gotten into an argument over possession of a cell phone and the male began to physically batter the female. The victim defended herself and the male boarded a bus, which officers stopped near the station. The male suspect was off-boarded from the bus and postively identified by the victim. The male was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence and issued a prohibition order. An Emergency Protective Order was obtained for the victim. The male was booked at Santa Rita Jail. Neither party was injured.
An officer responded to intercept a train for a report of a fight. A victim (a BART employee) said a man punched her in the face after she tried to verbally diffuse an argument between the suspect and another person. The victim positively identified a suspect who was detained at the scene, and placed him under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect was placed under arrest for battery and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. There were no injuries. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
While sitting on a Daly City bound train approaching the station, a female victim was approached by a man who told her to get out of her seat. When the woman stood up and began walking away, the suspect pushed the victim in the back. When the woman sat down at another seat, the suspect repeated his earlier demand and pushed the victim again after she exited the seat and began walking away. An officer detained the suspect at the Daly City station, where he was positively identified by the female and placed under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect was arrested for battery and issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
The station agent called to report that he was in a fare dispute with an adult male. During the dispute, the suspect was aggressively pointing at the agent and his finger struck the agent's nose. Officers contacted the suspect and determined that he had a no bail warrant for battery and vandalism. The male was placed under citizen's arrest by the agent for battery and fare evasion and was booked into the Redwood City Jail for those charges, as well as the warrant. The male was also issued a prohibition order.
Patrons reported a female creating a disturbance on the platform. The female suspect then began punching a female who was waiting for a train. Officers from SFPD and BART arrived and had to use minimal force to take the suspect into custody. The victim, who was apparently known to the suspect, suffered a scratch to her neck, an abrasion to her knee and a bite mark on her finger as a result of the attack. The victim placed the suspect under citizen's arrest for battery. The suspect had already been issued a prohibition order from a previous case, so she was cited for violation of that order and issued a new one. She was then booked into the San Francisco County Jail for battery and resisting arrest.
Officers responded to the station for a report of two men who were rifling through a large bag of possible stolen property while on the platform. Upon seeing the officers, the first suspect threw away a smaller bag from his pocket. Officers retrieved the bag, which contained approximately an ounce of possible narcotics that later tested positive for methamphetamine and a weigh scale. A search of the second suspect resulted in the recovery of a small amount of methamphetamine. The bag contained miscellaneous personal property that could not be verified as stolen because the financial institutions were closed. The first suspect was arrested for possession of narcotics for sales and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. The second suspect was placed under arrest for possession of narcotics. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspects. Both suspects gave interviews blaming the narcotics on the other, and claimed one of stolen credit cards was used to gamble at a nearby casino. The investigation of the possible stolen personal property items has been forwarded to detectives.
A witness reported a male and a female were in a verbal confrontation while at the bus stop. The subjects continued to argue as they made their way up to the platform to wait for a train. While on the platform, the witness saw the male hit the female in the face with his elbow and notified the police. An officer detained the male after the witness positively identified the man as the suspect. The man stated his girlfriend had scratched his face while they were arguing and he subsequently pushed her while on the platform. The male had scratch marks on his face and the female received visible injuries to her face, for which she declined medical assistance. Although the victim refused to make a citizen’s arrest or sign an emergency protective order (EPO), the male was deemed to be the dominant aggressor and was placed under arrest for domestic battery.A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. A 30 day BART prohibition order was issued to the suspect.
ComSpec personnel monitoring the CCTV cameras reported seeing several suspects fighting on the platform. Responding officers detained three adult suspects. Their investigation determined that a male and female couple was fighting with a third male suspect. There were no independent witnesses to establish the primary aggressor and the parties made cross-complaints. All three suspects were issued citations for battery on a transit passenger, All three were also issued prohibition orders and left the system.
An officer on patrol observed a female run into the station without processing a ticket. The officer followed the female up to the platform where she had already boarded a train. Upon contact the female refused to get off of the train. Her boyfriend then came on to the train and told the officer that neither he nor his girlfriend were going to get off of the train because they were going home. The female then got up and attempted to push pass the officer in an attempt to get away. As the female approached the officer she threw her elbow striking the officer in the face. The boyfriend attempted to intervene but was met by a second officer who had arrived on scene to assist. The second officer had to physically restrain the male subject. At this point the female continued to struggle and was attempting to get to the male to help him get free, but a citizen assisted the officer and subsequently placed her into handcuffs. The male subject was also placed into handcuffs by the second officer. Both the male and female were placed under arrest and taken to the sub-station. A search incident to arrest on both parties revealed that the male was in possession of suspected contraband for sale. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrests and debrief the suspects. The suspects were both issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
An officer responded to a report of a man threatening a woman at the station. As the woman was asking for assistance, the male took her cell phone and pushed her to the ground while they were inside the station. Upon his arrival, the officer placed the suspect under arrest without incident. The subject was found to have been in violation of an active restraining order in which he was to remain at least 100 feet from the victim (who was also his ex-wife). The suspect was placed under arrest for violating a court order, domestic battery, and was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. Video hotline notified.