Officers responded to a report of a fight on the concourse level of the Montgomery Station. A witness reported the suspect brandished a weapon. Officers arrived and detained the suspect in handcuffs. A records check showed the suspect had an arrest warrant. He was booked into the county jail on the warrant and battery. The male was also issued a prohibition order.
The female victim reported that while aboard a crowded Richmond bound train, she sat in a seat adjacent to the male suspect who was asleep at the time. When the suspect awoke, however, he told the victim that she could not sit next to him while pushing her away; she was not injured. Fearing for her safety, the victim moved and reported the battery. Officers responded and eventually placed the suspect under arrest, per the victim’s citizen’s arrest, for battery. The suspect was subsequently issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail.
An officer on routine patrol detained the suspect as he attempted to fare evade from the station. A records check of the suspect revealed that he was on probation for sales of narcotics. The officer exercised the search clause and searched the suspect. As a result of the search, the officer located 86 ecstasy pills and 4 grams of cocaine packaged for sale. The officer also located a large sum of cash in the suspect's possession. The suspect was placed under arrest. The suspect was transported and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for possession for sales and a probation violation. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order. The Narcotics Task Force Officer was notified of the arrest.
A sergeant and officers contacted a female subject who was apparently despondent. During their investigation, police personnel learned that a male suspect, later determined to be the female’s boyfriend, had battered the female. Officers placed the suspect under arrest for domestic violence and then learned that he was also wanted on a $25K narcotics warrant, held by Concord Police. The victim, who was not injured, was also found to have an outstanding $5K possession of stolen property warrant. Subsequently, the suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic violence and the warrant, while the victim was issued a citation for her warrant.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a male and female fighting in the bus zone. Upon arrival, they contacted a male and female suspects and a female victim with numerous facial injuries. The victim claimed that the male and female suspects were arguing on the train and when the victim told them to stop, the female suspect began to punch her and knocked her to the floor of the train car. The male suspect (who is the boyfriend of the female suspect) also began punching the victim. The suspects off boarded the train and went into the bus zone, where the victim confronted them again. They began punching her again, causing the facial injuries. Upon contacting the suspects, the male suspect threatened the officers and had to be physically restrained and taken into custody. The female suspect was arrested without incident. The victim was treated for her injuries at the scene, but declined further medical attention. Both suspects were given prohibition orders before being booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for assault with bodily injury. The male was also charged with threatening officers and a probation violation.
Officers safely detained a male suspect who reportedly battered three patrons/victims aboard a Fremont bound train. The victims, all of whom declined medical attention, placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery. The suspect, who was found to be on active parole for a robbery conviction, was booked into the county jail for battery; he was also placed on a parole hold and issued a prohibition order.
A train operator witnessed a male suspect masturbating while aboard a Millbrae bound train’s lead car. An officer detained the suspect when the train arrived at the station, and subsequently placed him under arrest for performing a lewd act in public per the train operator’s citizen’s arrest. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail. 1612- 1545 L10
BART and Pittsburg Police officers detained a male suspect for reportedly battering a female victim for no apparent reason. While detained, the suspect ran from the officers who managed to detain him a short time later. The victim, who was not injured, positively identified the suspect and placed him under citizen’s arrest for battery; a wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed he was on active probation for battery as well. The suspect was subsequently issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for battery, resisting arrest and violating the terms of his probation. There was no use of force by the BART officer during this incident.
A patron reported a male on the train who was saying that he was "packing" and challenged officers to contact him. An officer located the male and off boarded him from the train. During a pat search of the male, he resisted the search and battered the officer. The officer was able to deploy his Taser and take the male into custody. The male was issued a prohibition order and medically cleared before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for resisting and battering the officer. The officer declined medical attention.
A victim reported that he was robbed and beaten by two suspects at the station. The suspects were described as two white males in their 20's, both with bikes. Officers responded and located the victim laying in the access road, with cuts to his face. An initial area check for the suspects was unsuccessful. The victim was transported to John Muir Hospital for treatment. A short time later, Pleasant Hill PD officers detained two males matching the suspect description in their city. The suspects were in possession of the victim's cell phone and made statements connecting them with the attack at the BART station. BART officers took over the investigation and determined that the suspects robbed the victim of a bag of children's toys. They then returned and further battered the victim, taking his cell phone. Both suspects were arrested for robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Both were issued prohibition orders and were booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Patrons at Powell Street Station reported a male suspect panhandling on the platform. The suspect boarded a Daly City train. An off-duty transportation supervisor told the man to stop, and the suspect pushed the employee, knocking her to the floor. The suspect got off the train at Civic Center and was detained in UN Plaza by responding officers. The supervisor made a positive identification and performed a citizen's arrest. The man was arrested for battery and was booked at the SF County Jail. He was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. The employee was transported to the hospital for treatment of shoulder pain.
Patrons on board a train reported that a male and female were involved in a heated dispute. Officers responded and contacted both parties. The male was uncooperative, pushed an officer and made repeated verbal threats to the officers on the scene. The man was arrested for making threats to officers. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the SF County Jail.
An officer intercepted a train at the station for a report of a male creating a disturbance. A male and female victim reported that the suspect had battered them (unprovoked). The female was pushed in the back of the head (declined medical/no visible injuries) and the male was punched numerous times, causing scratching and bruising. The male victim was treated by medical staff at the scene. The victims placed the suspect under citizen's arrest for battery. He was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the San Francisco County Jail for the battery charges and a probation violation.
A station agent called to report that a female suspect punched a female victim in the face. Officers arrived and contacted all parties. The victim was uncooperative and declined any medical or police assistance. She did not have any visible injuries. It was determined that the two are in a dating relationship. The suspect was taken into custody for domestic violence. The victim had to be physically restrained as the suspect was being placed in the patrol car. A supervisor responded to conduct the use of force investigation. The victim declined an emergency protective order or any domestic violence literature. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the San Francisco County Jail for domestic violence.
Officers responded to a report of a fight on a train between a male and a female. On arrival the officers located witnesses and both suspects who were detained. The investigation revealed that the suspects were involved in a dating relationship and that the female suspect had battered the male. The female suspect was listed as a missing juvenile and was determined to be the dominant aggressor in the incident. The female was arrested and booked for battery and the suspect's parents were notified of the incident. Further investigation revealed that the male suspect was also contributing to the delinquency of the female minor, so he was cited and released for the violation. The female suspect was issued a prohibition order.
Reports were received of several males involved in a fight on the north end of the platform. One of the males was armed with a bottle. Trains were held out of the station while officers responded. One male was seen on CCTV on track #1 and power was dropped. One of the involved males fled before officers arrived. Officers detained a male on the platform. A second male fled by jumping onto the track, climbing over the 3rd rail and scaling a fence to the Oakland Avenue parking lot. That male was detained a short distance away. Officers ultimately determined that two suspects confronted a male victim because the victim was wearing clothing with the Pittsburgh Pirates' logo on it, and the suspects were Yankees fans. The suspects struck the victim with a bottle, knocking him to the ground. The suspect then began kicking the victim in the head. An unknown patron sprayed all the involved parties with pepper spray in an effort to stop the fight. The victim who was detained on the platform was determined to be the victim. The second male, who had been on the tracks, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and trespassing. Record checks showed that the man was on probation for possession of illegal weapons. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. The suspect who fled was described as a white male, wearing a black baseball hat and a black hooded sweatshirt. Trains were delayed about 12 minutes as a result of this incident.
A female victim reported that while aboard a train a male suspect, whom she did not know, spat beer in her face after the two argued over the placement of feet on train car seats. Officers then detained the suspect, who claimed the victim had earlier struck his feet while aboard a train, without incident. The victim, who eventually declined medical attention, placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery; while the suspect refused to pursue a similar complaint against the victim. After a warrants and criminal history check determined the suspect was clear of any wants, nor any violent criminal history, he was issued a citation for battery and a prohibition order before being released.
A male suspect spat in the face of a system service worker while they were in the station. The male suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the San Francisco County Jail for battery on a transit employee. The employee declined medical attention.
A female victim reported that a male suspect spat on her at the station. Officers arrived and contacted both parties. The male suspect was identified by the female victim and placed under citizen's arrest for battery. The male was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the battery.
A 9 year old female was seated on the train when an adult male sat next to her and began to touch her on the leg and buttocks. A family member of the victim intervened and the victim and her family off boarded the train at the Bay Fair Station to report the crime. The suspect stayed on the train. Officers intercepted the train at the Coliseum Station and detained the suspect in addition to locating at least one other witness to the crime. The victim was transported to the Coliseum Station where she positively identified the suspect. The suspect was transported to the Lake Merritt Station to be interviewed by a detective before being issued a prohibition order and being booked for sexual battery and annoying/molesting a child.
Officers attempted to detain a male suspect for reportedly battering another male at the station. The suspect, however, resisted the officers and a struggle ensued. The officers finally managed to place the suspect in handcuffs, and learned he was also wanted on a $5K narcotics’ warrant held by Pinole Police. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for battery (per the victim's citizen’s arrest), the outstanding warrant and resisting arrest. The involved officers were not injured, nor were the victim and suspect. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation.
A male suspect approached a female victim on the train and tried to intimidate her by standing in close proximity. The male then grabbed her phone from her hand and a struggle ensued. The suspect was able to take the phone and a witness grabbed onto the suspect. The witness was able to subdue him and an off-duty officer assisted by handcuffing him and recovering the phone. The witnesses held onto the suspect until officers arrived and took custody of him. The victim was not injured during the incident. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and transported for medical treatment before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for robbery. Train video will be requested. Detectives were notified of the arrest.
A victim reported that a male had threatened to kill him and followed him through the train until they both off boarded the train at the Rockridge Station. Officers contacted both parties and discovered that the suspect had a no bail warrant for resisting arrest. The victim placed him under citizen's arrest for the threats, so the suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for criminal threats and the warrant.
Officers arrested a male suspect known to have a court order prohibiting him from the station. While being escorted to the station’s police office, however, the suspect physically resisted and kicked one of the officers before being subdued through physical force. A search of the suspect incident to the arrest revealed drug paraphernalia; and a wants/warrants check revealed an outstanding $3K San Francisco Police FTA warrant for his arrest. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order before being booked in the county jail for: violating the stay away order, battering the officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and the outstanding warrant. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation. The battered officer was not injured.
A BART officer responded to the station regarding a BART train operator’s report of two male suspects fighting one another on the station’s platform. On his arrival, the officer located the suspects and managed to separate them with the eventual assistance of several San Francisco Airport Police Officers. The officer then learned that the suspects were involved in a 3-4 year dating relationship, and had earlier argued over a relationship issue which escalated into a fight between the two; both on the platform and aboard a train. While on the train, one of the suspects (#1) stated he drew a knife as a form of self-defense, but the other suspect (#2) grabbed it and lacerated his own hand. Suspect #2, however, claimed the knife was intentionally used against him. Aside from the train operator who only witnessed the suspects fighting one another, officers were unable to locate any other witnesses. Officers located the involved knife in suspect 1’s possession, while the incident train was searched for potential evidence and video. Subsequently, it was determined the suspects were mutual combatants. It was also determined there was probable cause to believe that suspect #1 assaulted suspect #2 with the knife. Paramedics responded to attend to both suspects as each sustained minor lacerations to their hands; they were medically cleared at the scene. Subsequently, suspect #1 was booked into the county jail for domestic violence and assault with a deadly weapon, while suspect #2 was booked into the county jail for domestic battery. Both suspects, who refused emergency protective orders, were issued BART Police prohibition orders.