1,169 total incidents tagged with Prohibition Order Issued

 Assault with a Deadly Weapon/Brandishing a Dangerous Weapon/Prohibition Order Issued

12th St. Oakland City Center - 1404-0598

A victim called to report a male brandishing a box cutter on the platform. The suspect reportedly boarded a Richmond train, which was intercepted by officers at the 19th Street Station. The train operator reported seeing the suspect in the lead car and that the suspect had dropped an object on the ground near the train operator's cab. Officers detained the suspect, who matched the original description given by the victim. The object was recovered and determined to be a box cutter. The victim responded to the 19th Street Station and identified the suspect as the responsible party. The victim said that the suspect had lunged at him with an object in his hand, while they were on the platform at the 12th Street Station. The victim then noticed that the object in the suspect's hand was a box cutter. The victim was not injured. The suspect was issued a prohibition order, transported back to Lake Merritt Headquarters where he was interviewed by detectives before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for assault with a deadly weapon and brandishing a dangerous weapon. TSOC was notified.

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Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery Weapon Involved 

 Fare Evasion-Transportation/Sales Marijuana (Prohibition Order)-Parole Violation

Civic Center/UN Plaza - 1404-0270

Officers saw a male fare evade by exiting thru an emergency gate to exit the Civic Center Station. Officers detained the male and a records/warrant search revealed the male was on parole. A search of the male's backpack revealed 31 grams of packaged marijuana, double wrapped in plastic. A sergeant responded to the scene and interrogated the male. The male admitted he was in the process of transporting the marijuana back to Contra Costa County and did not have a cannabis card. The male's parole officer was contacted and he violated the male's parole. The male was booked for fare evasion, transportation/sales of marijuana, and a parole violation at the San Francisco County Jail. The male was issued a prohibition order. Detectives were advised of the case.

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Prohibition Order Issued Narcotics 

 Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued)

Concord - 1403-3574

An officer responded to the station on the report of a physical altercation between a male and a female. Upon the officer’s arrival, he detained the involved subjects; assisting officers arrived on scene soon thereafter. When questioned by officers, both subjects denied any sort of dating/intimate relationship between the two. Based upon independent witness statements, officers determined the female had battered the male. The male, however, declined to pursue a criminal complaint against the female for battery. A wants/warrants check of the female determined she was listed as a “runaway” from a group home. Further investigation by the primary officer determined the male and female were currently in a dating relationship. Based upon independent witness statements, as well as information establishing the subjects as engaged in a dating relationship with one another, the female was arrested for domestic violence. However, due to her age (17 years), and the fact that the county juvenile hall was unable to accept her, she was issued a citation for domestic battery and a BART Prohibition order before being released to the custody of an adult representative of her group home. A sergeant approved the arrest. Further follow-up investigation will be performed by the investigating officer.

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Prohibition Order Issued Domestic Violence 

 Annoying or Molesting a Child (Prohibition)

Bay Fair - 1403-3075

An officer responded to a report of a male subject who had made lewd comments in Spanish towards the 14 year old daughter of the reporting party. The officer arrived and detained the suspect in question. The suspect was placed under citizen’s arrest and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for annoying or molesting a child and additionally issued a prohibition order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Sex Crime 

 Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued)

Hayward - 1403-3074

While on patrol, a CSO on viewed a female slapping and pushing her apparent boyfriend. An officer arrived and detained the parties in question. The female suspect was arrested and booked into the Hayward Jail for domestic battery. The suspect was additionally issued a prohibition order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Domestic Violence 

 Fare Evasion/Resisting Arrest/Battery on a Peace Officer (Prohibition Order Issued)

12th St. Oakland City Center - 1403-2699

A subject detained for fare evasion refused to cooperate with officers and attempted to walk away from the scene. The officers used physical force to restrain the subject, but she continued to physically resist and spat upon both officers before she was placed in handcuffs. While handcuffed, the subject continued with her attempts to kick and spit upon the officers. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, debrief the subject, and perform the use of force investigation. The subject was then transported to the county jail in order to be booked for resisting arrest, battery on a peace officer, and for violating the terms of her (resisting arrest) probation. However, while at the jail, the subject head-butted a jail deputy in the face, and an additional battery on a peace officer charge was added to her booking. Police personnel involved in this case received minor injuries as a result of being battered by the subject, who was also issued a BART prohibition order and a citation for fare evasion.

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Quality of Life Prohibition Order Issued Resisting Arrest Assault/Battery 

 Battery on Transit Passenger/ Prohibition Order Probation Violation

Dublin Station - 1403-2228

A male passenger (suspect) on a Dublin bound train was creating a disturbance. The suspect got into an argument with another female passenger. A second male (victim) came to the aid of the female. This subsequently resulted in the second male being the victim of a battery. The suspect was booked into the Alameda County jail because his behavior indicated a likelihood that he would continue to threaten other patrons. A BART Officer responded and conducted the investigation. A BART FTO OIC approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect.

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General Prohibition Order Issued 

 Battery (Prohibition Orders Issued)

Balboa Park - 1403-2066

An officer responded to a report of three females fighting on a train. Upon detention and investigation, it was discovered that two of the females battered the third after a verbal altercation. The victim positively identified the two females and placed them under citizen’s arrest for battery. There were no injuries and medical assistance was not required. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspects were issued 30 day BART prohibition orders. San Francisco Juvenile refused to admit the suspects on the misdemeanor charges, and the suspects were cited and released to their parents.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery 

 Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued)

Millbrae - 1403-2025

An officer responded to a report of a male and female in a physical fight in the parking lot. Upon arrival, the male had left the scene, but the female and a witness were at the scene. The female had no visible injuries and refused medical. The witness stated she saw the male push the female several times while in the parking lot. The male later returned to the scene, was positively identified by the witness, and placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Domestic Violence 

 Traffic Stop/Possession of Narcotics for Sales/Possession of Narcotics Paraphernalia/Providing False Identity to Police/Probation Violation (Prohibition Order Issued)

San Leandro - 1403-1815

An officer performed a traffic stop for an infraction violation. During the stop, the officer positively identified two of the vehicle’s three occupants. The third occupant, however, provided a false identity. Eventually the officer managed to obtain this subject’s true identity, which revealed he was on searchable probation for theft. Pursuant to the terms of the subject’s probation, the officer searched him and discovered a total of 7 grams of suspected Methamphetamine – 1 gram of which was packaged separately – in addition to possession of narcotics paraphernalia and more than $300 in currency. At this point, the officer placed the subject under arrest for possessing narcotics for sale, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, providing a false identity to police, and for violating the terms of his probation. A sergeant approved the arrest and debriefed the subject. Subsequently, the subject was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail for the listed charges. The other two vehicle occupants were released at the seen.

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Prohibition Order Issued Narcotics 

 Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued)

North Concord/Martinez - 1403-1714

An officer responded to a report of fight between a male and a female in the lower parking lot. Upon further investigation, it was determined the subjects were in a dating relationship and the male had grabbed the female in an attempt to keep her from leaving the station. Although there were no injuries and neither party wanted to file a complaint, the male was deemed the dominant aggressor and placed under arrest for domestic battery. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery Domestic Violence 

Possession of Altered Fare Media/Possession of Drug Paraphernalia/Arrest

Embarcadero - 1403-1422

The on-duty station agent notified officers of a subject possibly selling tickets inside the station. Officers contacted the suspect who was in possession of a large number of BART tickets. The suspect consented to a search of his person where officers located altered BART tickets, scissors, glue, and a pipe used for smoking narcotics in his possession. The suspect was placed under arrest without incident. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was booked into the SF County Jail on the above listed charges.

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General Prohibition Order Issued 

 Domestic Violence/Prohibition Order Issued/Arrest

Hayward - 1403-1326

A BART officer responded to the station on a report of a disturbance between a male and a female. The officer located the male suspect and female victim inside the station. The victim had a visible injury to her face and complained of pain to her leg. The victim and suspect, who are in a dating relationship and co-habitatants, were reportedly involved in a physical altercation in the bus zone. The victim, who is a minor, also claimed to be one month pregnant with the adult suspect's child. The argument started off BART property in the City of Hayward, before it escalated into a physical fight at the station. The original argument started over a cell phone which resulted in the suspect punching the victim in the face, biting her on her chest and kicking her in the leg at the station. The suspect is on probation for burglary out of Hayward PD. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic violence, corporal injury of a child and probation violation. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. The zone sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect will be booked into the Santa Rita Jail on the listed charges. The Detective Lieutenant was advised of the arrest.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Domestic Violence 

 Domestic Battery (Prohibition Orders Issued)

Powell St. - 1403-0145

Officers responded to a report of a male and female fighting inside the station and both parties were later detained. Further investigation revealed they were in a dating relationship and both parties were pushing each other. Medical assistance not needed. As a result, they were placed under arrest for domestic battery. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrests, and both parties were issued 30 day BART prohibition orders. Video requested.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery Domestic Violence 

 Domestic Battery (Prohibition Order Issued)

Fruitvale - 1402-3843

An officer responded to a report a male assaulting a female near the bus stop. Upon arrival, the officer detained a man matching the description given. Upon further investigation, it was determined the male did commit battery to his girlfriend and was the dominant aggressor. There were no injuries. The suspect was placed under arrest for domestic battery and for violating two protective orders the victim had against him. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest, and the suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery Domestic Violence 

 Battery (Prohibition Order Issued)

Richmond - 1402-3490

An officer was flagged down at the station by several people regarding a fight occurring on the concourse level of the station. The officer responded and witnessed a female juvenile suspect strike an adult female victim about the face. The officer restrained the suspect in handcuffs, but she managed to strike the victim a second time by kicking her before being further restrained by the officer. Further investigation revealed the suspect had earlier struck the adult female’s daughter; both victims did not sustain any visible injuries and declined medical attention at the scene. A sergeant responded to the scene as well. Subsequently, the juvenile suspect was issued a citation for battery, as well as a prohibition order, before being released to her mother.

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Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery 

 Outside Assist-Battery/Resisting Arrest/Battery on a Peace Officer (Prohibition Order Issued)

South Hayward - 1402-3485

BART officers responded to the station on a report, by a Hayward Police school resource officer, of a potential fight involving juveniles. As one of the responding officers neared the station, he came upon a group of juveniles who pointed to a female suspect as she chased after another subject. The officer attempted to restrain the suspect, but she pulled away from his grasp. Shortly thereafter, a second officer arrived on scene and the two officers managed to physically restrain the suspect. During this time the suspect held a knife in her hand, but the officers safely disarmed her and placed her in handcuffs. As the officers escorted the suspect to a nearby patrol car, however, she kicked both officers about their lower bodies before they managed to place her in the car without further incident, or injury to either officer. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, debrief the suspect and perform the use of force investigation. Hayward officers also responded in order to investigate the initial battery report as it was determined that crime occurred in their jurisdiction; the subject initially pursued by the suspect was not located at the scene. As a result of being involved in a fight with another subject, the suspect sustained a tooth injury and was transported to a hospital for medical attention, before being booked into juvenile hall for possessing a dirk/dagger and battery on a peace officer; she was also issued a prohibition order.

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Prohibition Order Issued Resisting Arrest Weapon Assault/Battery 

 Resisting Arrest/Battery on an Officer/Psychiatric Evaluation/Prohibition Order

19th St. Oakland - 1402-3580

A station agent notified two officers that there was a male on the platform who was yelling at patrons. The officers observed the male on the closed circuit video monitor and he appeared to be yelling and going up to patrons. As the officers made contact with the male, he continued to yell at patrons on the train. As the officers tried to conduct a pat search, the male resisted their attempts and eventually was able to push one of the officers off of him and attempted to leave the area. One of the officers was able to activate his Taser, but the suspect continued to resist. The suspect was eventually handcuffed and taken to John George Pavilion for psychiatric evaluation. Once released, he will be booked for resisting arrest and battery on an officer and will be issued a prohibition order. One of the officers had pain to his wrist after the incident, but did not immediately seek medical attention.

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Prohibition Order Issued Resisting Arrest Assault/Battery Psychiatric Evaluation 

 Possession of Narcotics for Sales (Prohibition Order Issued)

Concord - 1402-2436

An officer responded to intercept a Pittsburg bound train for a report of a person packaging suspected narcotics. Upon detention, a search of the subject’s person resulted in the recovery of several baggies of suspected hashish, methamphetamine, marijuana, and a crack pipe. The subject was placed under arrest for possession of narcotics for sales and possession of paraphernalia. The subject was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Narcotics 

 Criminal Threats (Prohibition Order Issued)

Walnut Creek - 1402-2265

Officers responded to the station on the report of a subject swearing at, and threatening to physically harm the station agent; the subject was reportedly angry because the agent had reported the subject to police for fare evasion the day prior. Shortly after arriving, the officers detained the subject whom the station agent positively identified as the responsible. The subject was then placed under arrest for criminal threats, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail for criminal threats against the station agent.

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Prohibition Order Issued Threats to Person 

 Domestic Battery/Prohibition Order Issued

Bay Fair - 1402-2229

While on patrol, an officer observed a battery being committed in his presence between a female and male subject on the platform. Officer Eads was able to detain both parties. The investigation revealed that the parties were involved in a romantic relationship and that the female subject was the dominant aggressor. The female subject was arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for domestic battery and also issued a prohibition order. The male subject did not receive any visible injuries and declined medical attention.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Domestic Violence 

 Trespassing/Violation of Prohibition Order

Dublin/Pleasanton - 1402-0907

A records check on a subject for indecent exposure revealed an active BART prohibition order. The subject had an active prohibition order from BART property for indecent exposure from 1/1514 to 2/14/14, and was placed under arrest for trespassing. The arrest was approved by a sergeant, and there was insufficient merit to the initial contact to seek prosecution.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Sex Crime 

 Battery on Officer/Psychological Evaluation (Prohibition Order Issued)

Hayward - 1402-0428

An officer responded to a report of a person riding a skateboard on a Fremont bound train. Upon detention, the subject became belligerent and had to be taken into custody after a struggle in which several Hayward Police officers assisted in placing him in a body restraint. There were no injuries, although the subject bit a BART sergeant on the knee during the struggle. The suspect was placed under arrest for resisting arrest and battery on an officer, and was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. The suspect was taken to John George Facility by paramedics for a psychiatric evaluation prior to being booked. A lieutenant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Resisting Arrest Crimes Against BART Employees Assault/Battery Medical Assistance Psychiatric Evaluation 

 Brandishing Firearm/Possession of Concealed Firearm (Prohibition Orders)

Bay Fair - 1402-0147

A male patron exiting a train accidentally bumped into a male suspect. The suspect pulled a handgun from his waistband and brandished it at the patron in a threatening manner to express his displeasure at being bumped. The suspect was reported to be in the company of a nondescript black female. Trains were held out of the station. Responding officers located the male suspect on the platform and took him into custody without incident. No firearm was located. The victim positively identified the male suspect as the person who brandished the firearm. Officers continued their search and located a female suspect at the other end of the platform who was acting suspiciously. The female suspect resisted being detained for investigation. Officers located a loaded .38 caliber revolver concealed inside a shopping bag in the female's possession. The victim identified the female as the woman who was with the male suspect during the incident. Record checks showed that the male suspect was on juvenile probation for assault with a deadly weapon with great bodily injury, out of Contra Costa County. The male was arrested and ultimately booked at Santa Rita Jail for brandishing a firearm, possession of a loaded, concealed firearm, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and probation violation. The female was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail for possession of a loaded, concealed firearm. Both suspects were issued prohibition orders prior to booking. Trains were delayed about 18 mintues as a result of this incident. TSOC notified.

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General Prohibition Order Issued Resisting Arrest Weapon Weapon Involved Train Delay Threats to Person 

 Assault with a Deadly Weapon/Possession of a Dangerous Weapon (Prohibition Order Issued)

Concord - 1401-0128

An officer on-viewed an adult male swinging what appeared to be a wooden stick (later determined to be a horse whip) at a female, who was yelling for help. The officer immediately responded and, at Taser point, ordered the suspect to surrender. The suspect complied and was taken into custody for assault with a deadly weapon. Shortly thereafter, the female victim refused to cooperate with the officer and left the scene; the victim did not have any visible injuries. A search of the suspect incident to arrest revealed he was also in possession of a “butterfly” knife. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for assault with a deadly weapon and possessing the butterfly knife, in addition to being issued a prohibition order.

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Prohibition Order Issued Assault/Battery Weapon Involved