A passenger reported two males fighting in front of the station. Dispatch was able to pull up the cameras and saw one of the males kick the other in the head area, possibly knocking him unconscious. Officers arrived and detained the adult male suspect. The victim was conscious when contacted and refused to cooperate with the investigation. Medical assistance was called for him and he was examined, but refused further treatment. Officers located an independent witness who said that the suspect had kicked the victim in the head area several times during the fight. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon. Detectives were notified of the arrest, but the suspect refused to provide a statement, so he was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for assault with a deadly weapon and a probation violation.
A female victim reported that a male suspect approached her while she was in the bus zone waiting for a bus. The male began talking to her and eventually demanded her bag. She was able to hold onto the bag, but he spat in her face. She pushed him away and he began punching her in the face and on the head and then fled the area on foot. Responding officers were not able to locate him. Medical assistance was called for the victim who had cuts on her head and face, along with a swollen eye. She was transported for treatment and had stitches/staples to close her wounds. A short while later, a bus driver called to report that the suspect had returned to the station. Fremont PD officers arrived within minutes and detained him. The victim, who was being released from the hospital, was transported back to the station, where she positively identified the suspect. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for attempted robbery and felony battery. Detectives were notified of the arrest and will attempt to interview him at the jail. Station video will be requested.
San Ramon Police reported having responded to a residence in their city regarding a domestic violence incident which was determined to have occurred earlier, at the Dublin/Pleasanton station. A BART Police Officer responded to the residence where he met with San Ramon Officers, as well as the involved husband and wife. Further investigation by the BART officer revealed the husband/suspect struck his wife/victim three times on her left arm with his elbow as the couple argued in their vehicle at the station. The officer then placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence without incident, booked him into the Alameda County jail, at Santa Rita, and issued him a prohibition order. The victim, who suffered no visible injuries, refused medical attention. 1610-1554 L22/L10
Passengers reported a male playing loud music on the train. Officers intercepted the train and contacted the male suspect, who was determined to have a $5,000 warrant for burglary. A search of his person revealed numerous pieces of ID belonging to other people. He was also in possession of prescription pills packaged for sale. No one wished to make a complaint for the original violation, so he was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for misappropriation of lost property, possession of narcotics for sale and the warrant.
An officer contacted a male suspect for fare evasion. He male tried to walk away from the officer and then took a swing at the officer. The officer was able to grab onto him and place him in handcuffs with the help of arriving Berkeley PD officers. The suspect was found to have a no bail warrant for possession of stolen property. He was issued a prohibition order, cited for fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting arrest, assault on an officer, the warrant and a probation violation.
Patrons called in to report a male trying to choke a female on a bus at the park and ride. Antioch PD officers arrived and detained the male suspect. BART officers arrived and located two victims and multiple witnesses, who were all interviewed. One victim stated that she was on the bus when the suspect approached her from behind and tried to choke her with a shoelace. She was able to get her hands under the shoe lace, which prevented her from being choked. The second victim intervened and the suspect attempted to grab her phone and then grabbed her on the buttocks. Both victims are juveniles. The suspect then off-boarded the bus and threatened other passengers before he was detained by Antioch PD officers. The suspect, who was unwilling to give any information, was medically cleared before being issued a prohibition order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for assault with a deadly weapon, attempted grand theft, sexual battery and child abuse.
Officers were flagged down on a report of an unprovoked battery that had just occurred. The victim went with officers and the suspect was located on the platform. The victim made a citizen's arrest and the man was arrested for battery. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for battery.
A female victim reported a male suspect masturbating on the train. Officers intercepted the train and contacted both the victim and suspect. The victim placed the suspect under citizen's arrest. The suspect was found to be in possession of concentrated cannabis (wax). He was issued a prohibition order and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for indecent exposure and possession of concentrated cannabis.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and the male tried to walk away from the detention. When told he was not free to leave, the male continued to try and leave the area. A physical struggle ensued and he was taken to the ground before being handcuffed. He was issued a prohibition order and a citation for fare evasion and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting arrest. A sergeant responded to conduct a use of force investigation.
While clearing an out-of-service train at the station, a train operator awakened a white male suspect who acted erratic and then battered the operator. An officer responded and safely detained the suspect, who was also too intoxicated to care for himself. The train operator, who was not injured and did not require medical attention, placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for battering the train operator and public intoxication.
Passengers aboard a Pittsburg bound train reported a black male suspect brandishing a knife in a threatening manner. Officers responded and detained the suspect; he was found to be in possession of a folding knife and under the influence of alcohol. Three victims came forward and placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for brandishing the knife in a threatening manner. A subsequent warrants’ check of the suspect revealed an outstanding $5K public intoxication warrant, held by BART Police, for his arrest. Officers placed the suspect under arrest for brandishing the knife, public intoxication and the outstanding warrant; he was also issued a prohibition order. The suspect was then booked into the county jail TSOC notified.
A juvenile victim reported he saw the juvenile suspect that robbed him at gun point near the Concord Station. Officers responded, detained the suspect and placed him under arrest for robbery. The juvenile suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked into juvenile hall.
Patrons on board a train leaving San Francisco reported that a Hispanic male and female were involved in a physical confrontation. Officers intercepted the train at West Oakland and detained both parties. It was determined that the female was the aggressor, and that the male victim had an unserved domestic violence protective order against her. The protective order was served on the female and she was issued a prohibition order. She was then booked at Santa Rita Jail. The victim was provided with domestic violence resources.
A female victim called to report that two suspects (one in a mask) approached her as she was walking to her car in the parking lot and punched her, knocking her to the ground. They then demanded her car keys and took her 2015 Nissan Sentra. The vehicle description, license plate and direction of travel were relayed to outside agencies as BART officers responded. A Contra Costa Deputy Sheriff located the vehicle being driven on Highway 4. Deputies followed the vehicle until they eventually stopped it in the city of Vallejo. Two female suspects were taken into custody without incident. The victim, who declined medical attention, was transported to the scene where she positively identified the suspects. The vehicle was processed for evidence by an evidence technician and released back to the victim. The suspects will be transported by BART Officers to the Martinez Detention Facility where they will be interviewed by BART Police Detectives and booked for carjacking.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and the male resisted the detention. The officer had to physically restrain him. Two sergeants arrived and assisted the officer in handcuffing the suspect. The male made threats to the officer. He was issued a citation and a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for threatening and resisting an officer. A lieutenant responded to conduct a use of force investigation.
The station agent reported that after telling the male suspect to stop selling BART tickets at the station, the suspect spat on the agent’s face and then fled from the station. During a subsequent area search, Officers located and detained the suspect in a fast-food restaurant near the Powell Street BART station. The victim/station agent arrived at that location a short time later, positively identified the suspect as the responsible and placed him under citizen’s arrest for battery. Further, a wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed an active stay away order prohibiting his entry onto BART property. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail for battering a transit employee and violating the stay away order.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a black male and black female involved in a verbal argument. Officers detained both parties and observed that the female had visible scratches to her nose and cheek. Officers learned that the male and female were living together and in a dating relationship. Further investigation revealed that the male had battered the female resulting in her visible injuries. The male was placed under arrest for domestic battery. The victim declined medical attention as well as an Emergency Protective Order. The male was issued a prohibition order before being transported to the Martinez Jail where he was booked on the above listed charge.
Officers responded to the Powell Street Station for a report of a male battering a female. Officers detained the male and a records check revealed the male had a prohibition order prohibiting him from being on BART property. An independent witness confirmed the male battered the female. The male was booked for domestic battery and violation of a prohibition order. He was re-issued a new prohibition order.
An officer responded to the station on the report of a female suspect pushing a male victim. On contacting both the suspect and the victim, the officer learned the couple were dating and living together. During this time, the officer observed several minor injuries to the victim’s face and hands, and subsequently arrested the suspect for domestic violence. The suspect was then booked into the county jail where she was also issued a prohibition order. The victim declined medical attention.
A train operator conducting end-of-line sweeps was punched several times by a male suspect who refused to get off the train. The suspect fled to the concourse, and was contacted by an officer. The suspect resisted being detained, but was taken into custody after a brief struggle. The train operator was transported to John Muir Hospital for treatment of facial injuries. The suspect was arrested for battery on a transit worker and resisting arrest. He was transported to County Hospital for treatment of minor pre-existing injuries and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility once he was medically cleared. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking.
While performing a security check of station’s bus zone, an officer saw three male suspects punching and grabbing another male who was lying on the ground. As the officer approached the group, the suspects became confrontational with the officer. One of the suspects, an adult male, then struck the officer about the face with a hat. Concerned for his safety, the officer pushed several of the suspects away and activated his pepper spray upon the group. BART and Concord Police officers responded and managed to safely detain the group. Further investigation determined the entire group, including the subject on the ground who was later determined to be intoxicated, knew each other and claimed their interaction with one another was nothing more than horse play. The adult suspect was placed under arrest for battering the officer, resisting arrest and issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail. The other two (juvenile) suspects were issued citations for resisting arrest and released to adult relatives while the intoxicated (juvenile) subject was released to a responsible adult. The officer was not injured during the incident, and paramedics responded to treat one of the involved suspects for pepper spray exposure. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and performed the use of force investigation. 1609-1047 L10/L22
A female patron saw a cell phone unattended and being charged in the station. She picked it up, intending to turn it in to the station agent. A male then approached her and slapped her, while yelling that she should keep her hands off other people's property. Officers responded and arrested the man for battery. The man made suicidal threats at Glenn Dyer Jail. He was cited for battery and was transported by ambulance to John George Hospital for psychological evaluation. He was issued a prohibition order.
Pittsburg PD reported that they had a suspect in custody for a robbery that occurred at the Bliss Avenue Park & Ride, about 1630 hours. Officers responded and learned that a male victim had been working on his car in the lot, when a suspect approached him and demanded his flashlight, while brandishing a large metal fence post as a weapon. The victim gave the suspect his flashlight, but the suspect picked up the victim's screwdriver and attempted to stab the victim. The victim evaded the blow and fled, eventually gaining safety in his car. The victim drove off, with the suspect chasing him on foot. Pittsburg PD detained the suspect at a nearby fast food restaurant and notified BART PD. The victim was not injured. The suspect was arrested for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. TSOC notified.
An officer intercepted a Millbrae-bound train regarding a male suspect yelling at a female victim. In addition to learning they had previously dated, the officer determined the suspect had punched the victim about the arm as the pair traveled aboard the train. The officer then placed the suspect under arrest for domestic battery, and issued him a prohibition order before he was booked into the county jail. The victim, who declined medical attention and who did not have any visible injuries, also declined a protective order.
A female victim reported that the father of her child pushed her to the ground during a custody exchange at the station. The victim was not injured during the assault, but the male was given a prohibition order before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the domestic violence charge. The victim declined an emergency protective order.