Officers responded to a report of a man who had slapped his girlfriend while in the station and was threatening her at the station agent’s booth. The female went to the station agent’s booth for safety. Upon the officer’s arrival they contacted both the male and the female who were now at the booth. The suspect was positively identified by the victim, and booked for domestic battery and issued a prohibition order. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The victim had no visible injuries and refused medical attention.
A male subject was seen walking on the trackway from the 24th Street Station in the direction of the Glen Park Station on track #1 by the train operator of an approaching train. The train operator was able to get the subject into the lead train car of the train. He was placed under arrest by the responding officer after the train arrived on to the platform of the Glen Park Station. The subject was booked into the county jail and issued a prohibition order. TSOC and NCRIC were notified. There was a 14 minute delay to train service.
The on duty station agent reported an adult male, described as a WM, 6'0, brown hair, scraggly beard, was attempting to break the pad lock to a closed construction site at the station. Before officers arrived, the suspect entered the construction site and removed tools. The agent observed the suspect wrap the tools in a shirt and place them in a suitcase he was in possession of. Orinda PD officers responded and detained the suspect. BART PD officers arrived a short time later and determined that the suspect had forced entry into the locked construction site. The suspect was in possession of two large wrenches wrapped in a shirt. The suspect was clear on a records check and listed as a transient. The investigating officer attempted to interview the suspect but was unable to because the suspect was possibly under the influence of an unknown substance. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on the above listed charge.
A sergeant watched as a male suspect jumped over the barricades to fare evade out of the Powell Street Station. The male was detained and a records/warrant check showed the male had a $10,000 warrant issued by Alameda County for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant. The male was searched incident to arrest, and the male was carrying narcotics on his person. The male was interviewed and confessed to the possession of narcotics. The male was booked into the San Francisco Jail for the listed charges, and was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Around 0500 hours, a female entered the Pittsburg Station with a pit bull that was not enclosed inside an enclosed container but was on a rope. The woman was told by the station agents that she could not enter the system with a pet, but the woman refused to listen and boarded a San Francisco bound train. The woman and pit bull returned to the station at 0600 hours and was contacted by an officer. The woman was cited for fare evasion, was provided with a copy of BART's pet policy and advised she could only travel on BART with her pet inside an acceptable enclosed carrying case. The woman left the station after she was cited. The woman returned at 1100 hours, with her dog inside a cardboard box but the box was too small to fully contain the dog. The officer gave the female a second copy of BART's rules regarding pets on BART. The woman processed a ticket and entered thru the gates with the dog. The officer asked the woman to leave the station because she was in violation of BART's pet policy and her pet was not enclosed inside an acceptable container. The officer advised the woman to leave because she refused to follow BART's pet policy and if she would not leave with her dog, then she would be subject to arrest for trespassing. The woman refused to leave and attempted to walk around the officer. The officer ordered the woman to stop, but she refused. He attempted to physically detain her but she physically resisted. The officer warned the woman to stop or she would be sprayed with OC spray. The woman refused to stop, refused to leave and the officer deployed the OC spray. After a brief struggle, responding officers arrived and the woman was placed into handcuffs. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest, investigate the use of force and to debrief the female. The female was booked for trespassing, resisting arrest, and battery on an officer at the Martinez Detention Facility. Co/Co County Animal Control took custody of the dog. A prohibition order was issued to the female.
Officers responded to a report of a man who had struck his girlfriend with a flashlight while near the station and was threatening her at the station agent’s booth. The female victim had retreated to the station agent’s booth for safety. Upon the officer’s arrival, the suspect fled from the station and was arrested after a lengthy search. The suspect was positively identified by the victim, and booked for domestic battery, resisting arrest, and for an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of the Department of Corrections for probation violation. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The victim had minor injuries but refused medical attention. The suspect claimed minor injuries and was treated at the hospital prior to booking. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Officers responded a report of a man who had thrown a hammer at BART employees who were picketing at the station. No one was struck by the hammer or injured, and the man was detained by the officers a few blocks away from the scene. The subject was positively identified by several workers as the person who had thrown the hammer at them. The suspect was placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon and for carrying a concealed weapon, which was found on his person incident to arrest. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
Dispatch received a report of a male subject who may have attempted to take a baby from a female while she was in the elevator of the 24th Street Station. Officers responded and detained the male near the station. The woman did not know the male. The baby was not injured in the incident. The victim positively identified the male that was detained by officers as the male who committed a battery against her and who had held onto her without her consent. Detectives were advised and interviewed the suspect. Video was also requested. During the investigation and interview, it was determined that there was insufficient evidence to charge the suspect with attempted kidnapping. However, the suspect was arrested for false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery and is to be booked into the SF County Jail. A sergeant was on scene to approve the arrest.
A male fare evaded out through the emergency gate at the MacArthur Station. The station agent contacted the male regarding paying his fare. The male threatened the agent. He said he was going home to get a gun and was going to return to the station and shoot her. The male spat on the window of the booth before he left the station. The agent feared for her safety because she sees the male every day at the station. Officers searched the area and located the male on 41st and Telegraph. Officers attempted to detain the male but he resisted and force was used to detain him. The female responded and positively identified the detained male as the person that fare evaded and threatened her. The male was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for criminal threats. A prohibition order was issued to the male. A sergeant responded for the use of force and to approve the arrest. The male was debriefed by the sergeant and was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail.
Officers detained a male and female for fare evasion. The female was identified and later released with a warning. However, the male provided a false name. When officers attempted to take him into custody, the male fled on foot through the station. The male was stopped inside the station and officers used a Taser to overcome the man's resistance. The suspect dropped a handgun after being Tased. A second firearm was located on the man's person when he was searched incident to arrest. One of the guns was reported stolen. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for parole violation (robbery), held by the Department of Corrections. After being medically cleared, the suspect was booked at the San Francisco County Jail for the listed charges. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. TSOC was notified.
A male suspect rode on the escalator behind a female victim. The suspect used a rolled up newspaper to lift the victim's skirt and touch her inner thigh with the paper. The victim pointed the suspect out to officers and he was arrested for committing a lewd act in public. The suspect was issued a prohibition order prior to being booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
While conducting a security check on a train, an officer observed a person in possession of marijuana. A search of the suspect’s person upon detention resulted in the recovery of more marijuana and cash. A search of the person’s suitcase incident to arrest for possession for sales resulted in the recovery of more marijuana in sealed baggies and a sealer. The suspect was placed under arrest for possession of marijuana, and for possession of drugs for sales and transportation. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and interview the suspect. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. 1310-2066 L12.
A male patron refused to off-board an out of service train at the end of revenue service. Officers escorted the man off the train and out of the station, but he attempted to re-enter a short time later. The man left again after he was told there were no more trains available. After the station closed, officers saw the same man outside the station. The man threw a bottle on the ground near some construction workers, shattering it. Officers contacted the man for littering and issued him a citation. The man threw the citation book at the officers, striking one of them in the chest. The man was arrested for battery on an officer. The man resisted being placed in a patrol car and had to be forced inside. The man was booked at Santa Rita Jail for littering, battery on an officer and resisting arrest. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. There were no injuries as a result of this incident.
An officer on light duty in the dispatch center witnessed a drug transaction taking place on video in the rear parking lot. Upon their arrival, an officer contacted the seller and placed him under arrest after a brief foot pursuit. A search of the suspect’s person incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of suspected narcotics. The subject also had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant out of Oakland for domestic battery. The suspect was booked for sales of narcotics, resisting arrest, and the outstanding warrant. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. The suspect sustained a minor injury during the pursuit and will be transported and treated by medical personnel at Eden Hospital prior to booking. The arresting officer also sustained minor injuries during the pursuit and was taken to the hospital by medical personnel. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
The station agent and system service worker reported that a male and female were disturbing the peace inside the station. The parties were apparently intoxicated and were berating the employees over the current labor negotiations. The male suspect struck the system service worker, knocking his hat off. Officers responded to investigate and detained both suspects. The female suspect resisted the detention and tried to walk away. The female physically resisted, but was taken into custody after a struggle. The female kicked and scratched the officers and assisting SFPD officers. The male was arrested for public intoxication and battery in a transit facility. The female was arrested for public intoxication, battery on a peace officer and resisting arrest. Both suspects were booked at San Francisco County Jail. Both parties were issued prohibition orders. There were no injuries as a result of this incident.
An officer responded to a report of a man pushing and grabbing a woman who was trying to get away in the free area. Upon arrival, the officer witnessed the man battering the woman and detained him for further investigation. It was determined the man was the dominant aggressor in committing battery upon his girlfriend, and was placed under arrest for domestic battery. A warrant check revealed the suspect also had two outstanding arrest warrants: 1) $75,000 out of Richmond for weapons and 2) $25,000 out of Brentwood for auto theft. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. There were no injuries, and the suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order.
A victim reported he was robbed at gunpoint of his wallet, computer and iPod while on the 2nd level of the parking structure by three males. The victim stated he was put into a head lock and a gun was held to his head during the robbery. The gun was described as a black small caliber pistol. There were no injuries and the suspects ran from the station toward City Hall. Officers later detained two suspects near City Hall who were positively identified by the victim as the people who robbed him. The suspects were placed under arrest for robbery and were issued 30 day BART prohibition orders. A weapon was not located. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. A detective was notified and conducted the interviews.
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.