An officer and a sergeant were conducting a patrol check of the platform at the station when they observed a male subject who appeared to be looking for his dropped cellular telephone. When the officers went to assist, another passenger directed them to another male who reportedly slapped the phone out of the hand of the male they had seen looking for his phone on the platform. The officers went to detain the male subject who initially didn’t comply with their verbal commands and in fact threw suspected marijuana onto the nearby escalator. When the officer and sergeant grabbed onto his arms, he physically resisted their attempts to place him into handcuffs. The officers pulled the male onto the ground and eventually secured him in handcuffs. Once handcuffed, the subject stopped physically resisting and the officers were able to conduct their investigation. The officers determined the male had battered the other passenger who wished to place him under arrest for the battery. The male subject was transported and booked into Glenn Dyer jail.
Officers intercepted a Dublin/Pleasanton bound train at the West Oakland station after someone reported a Hispanic male creating a disturbance on the train. When the train arrived, passengers flagged down the officer and directed him to the male. The officer determined the male subject was intoxicated and unable to care for himself. The male subject was taken into custody and placed into the back seat of a patrol vehicle. While seated in the back seat, the male subject was able to maneuver the handcuffs to the front of his body. When officers attempted to remove him from the vehicle to handcuff him behind his back, the subject began to fight with the officers. An officer was punched in the face by the subject and several other officers who were on scene assisted in controlling the male subject. The officers and the sergeant who were on scene eventually placed the male subject onto the ground and used force to secure him in the WRAP device. The subject was transported and booked into Santa Rita jail.
Officers arrested a male suspect for battering his girlfriend. When officers attempted to identify the suspect, he provided what was determined to be false identification; his identity was located and he was found to be on active probation. Then, as officers prepared to transport the suspect to jail, the victim became so upset with her boyfriend’s impending booking that she broke several station (wall) tiles. Officers used force to detain the victim in handcuffs for vandalism, and she was eventually released with a citation for the crime. The male suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for domestic battery, providing false identification to police and for violating probation. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation.
A victim reported being kicked by a male suspect while aboard the train approaching West Oakland Station. Officers located the suspect after he left the train and the station and detained him. The victim responded and identified him as the person who kicked him before placing him under citizen’s arrest. The victim suffered soreness to his lower leg, but declined medical attention. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for battery on a transit passenger.
A train operator was punched by a male suspect. An officer detained the man and he was identified by the victim. The suspect was arrested for battery on a train operator and was issued a prohibition order before being booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
Officers detained a male suspect for loitering in a drug area. The man had no identification and provided a false name. A search incident to arrest revealed a quantity of suspected cocaine, packaged for sale. The man was booked at the SF County jail, where fingerprint checks revealed his true identity. Record checks showed that the man had outstanding arrest warrants totaling $300,000, for narcotics, stolen property and weapons charges, held by SFPD. The man was issued a prohibition order.
The female victim reported that while waiting for a friend in the station’s parking lot, the adult male suspect, whom she did not know, approached and made unwanted advances. When the victim declined his advances, the suspect battered her and fled toward the station. Officers responded, but were unable to locate the suspect. Later in the morning, a witness observed the suspect at the station and notified police, who detained him without incident. The suspect, who obstructed officers’ initial attempts to identify him, was determined to be on active parole. He was then arrested for violating parole, obstructing police and battering the victim – who sustained no injuries during the attack. Subsequently, the suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for the listed crimes.
An officer attempted to detain a male suspect who had reportedly attempted to batter others. The suspect, however, resisted the detention so the officer used physical force to place him in custody for resisting/obstructing police. A subsequent criminal history/warrants’ check of the suspect revealed an active court stay-away order, which prohibits his presence on BART property. The suspect was eventually booked into the county jail for violating the court order and resisting/delaying police. The officer and the suspect were not injured, and no victims wished to pursue a criminal complaint against the suspect. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the use of force investigation.
BART and Union City Police officers arrested a female suspect for domestic violence after an independent witness reported she battered the male victim, later determined to be the father of the suspect's children. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail. The victim was not injured.
Patrons reported that a black male suspect was trying to start fights with patrons on board the Warm Springs train. Officers located the man, who was found to be intoxicated. The suspect spat on one of the officers while being detained. The man was arrested for battery on a peace officer and public intoxication. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
An officer booked a male suspect at the Hayward Jail for possession of methamphetamine and possession of marijuana for sale. The suspect's identity could not be confirmed, and the officer believed the suspect was providing a false name. The officer requested that the suspect's fingerprints be processed. Jail staff was able to discover the man's true identity through the fingerprint check, and learned that he had three outstanding arrest warrants from Washington, for murder, intimidating a witness and failure to register as a sex offender, held by Seattle PD and the King County Sheriff's Office. The man was booked at Santa Rita Jail for possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana for sale, providing false information to a peace officer, and his outstanding warrants.
A female suspect attempted to steal a purse from a female victim as she exited the platform. The suspect punched the victim, but she was able to retain her purse and fled on a bus. The victim went to San Leandro Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. San Leandro PD detained a possible suspect near the station. Responding officers took custody of the suspect and the victim and witnesses positively identified the female juvenile as the suspect. The suspect was arrested for attempted robbery and was booked at Juvenile Hall.
Officers responded to a report of an adult male being battered by five juvenile suspects on board the train. The suspects fled into the surrounding neighborhood, but were detained by Colma and Broadmoor officers. The victim positively identified the suspects. Four suspects were cited for battery and issued prohibition orders. The fifth suspect was found not to be actively involved and was released without charge. All suspects were released to their parents. The victim did not have any visible injuries.
The station agent saw a male suspect masturbating at the station and placed him under arrest for the violation. Officers took custody of the suspect, and learned he was also on active probation for a previous sexual offense. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order before booking him into the county for the listed offenses.
A male reported that he was assaulted by a male suspect at the station. When the officer arrived and contacted the suspect, he resisted the detention and had to be physically restrained. Both the officer and suspect sustained minor scrapes during the struggle. Both were treated and released on scene. The victim identified the suspect and placed him under citizen's arrest for battery. The suspect was also found to be in possession of a crack pipe. He was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for battery, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A male suspect physically resisted officers’ efforts to detain him for creating a disturbance. Before being restrained in handcuffs, the suspect battered one officer and threatened to shoot the (3) officers; he was found not to be in possession of a weapon. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the use of force investigation. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for battering the officer, making criminal threats and for violating the terms of his criminal threats-related probation. One officer sustained a minor injury, but did not require further medical attention.
Officer arrested a subject for robbery and battery. The subject took a victim’s cell phone by force and then battered the victim. The subject was ultimately arrested for robbery and battery. A prohibition order was issued. Video requested.
A BART system service worker reported that a male suspect brandished a knife at him and went back up to the platform. The suspect was located by officers and a sergeant, detained at gunpoint and taken into custody without incident. The folding knife was also recovered. The victim identified him as the responsible person and placed him under citizen's arrest for brandishing a weapon. A lieutenant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for brandishing a weapon. BART Central was notified of the incident. TSOC was notified.
A train operator reported that as he was passing through the fare gates, a male followed him into the paid area without processing a ticket. The train operator tried to stop the male, who brushed by him and chest bumped him on his way to use the restroom. After using the restroom, the male exited the station and went to the bus zone. A responding officer located him and detained him until the train operator responded and identified him as the person who bumped into him. The train operator, who was not injured, wished to place the male under citizen's arrest for battery. The male was issued a prohibition order and a citation for battery on a transit worker.
A female victim reported that as she walked to her car in the parking structure, two male juveniles approached her, pointed a silver handgun at her, and demanded her belongings. The victim told them that she did not have anything and started to get into her car. One suspect handed the gun to the other suspect and the second suspect pointed the gun at her again. The victim got into her car and the juveniles walked away without any of her property. The victim, who was not injured, called to make the report. An officer at the station located the two juveniles near the station entrance and detained them at gunpoint. After additional officers arrived, the juveniles were handcuffed and one was found to be in possession of a replica firearm. The victim identified them as the two who tried to rob her. The juveniles were issued prohibition orders and booked into juvenile hall for attempted robbery.
Officers arrested a subject for battery on transit property. Incident to arrest, altered BART tickets were found on the subject. The subject was booked at the jail for the above violations and issued a Prohibition Order. An officer took the report.
A female reported a male subject was masturbating on A San Francisco Airport bound train between Pittsburg/Bay Point and North Concord/Martinez stations. The officers contacted the victim aboard the train who positively identified the suspect and placed him under citizen’s arrest. The suspect was on misdemeanor probation out of Alameda County. The suspect was transported to the Martinez Detention Facility where he was booked for indecent exposure and a probation violation. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order prior to being booked into jail.
A group of four males were reportedly involved in an argument on the platform which escalated into a physical fight. One of the male suspects displayed a knife and made stabbing motions toward the victim. The victim was not injured. When officers arrived, the four males were detained. The suspect armed with the knife was placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon and booked into the SF Jail. The two other male suspects were identified and issued citations for battery, and released. Although the victim provided a statement to the officers, he was less than cooperative and left the scene. The three suspects were all issued prohibition orders. TSOC was notified.
Patrons reported a male was provoking people and appeared to be mentally unstable at the 12th Street Station. The male was detained and was placed under citizen's arrest for battery. The male also received a prohibition order.
Officers detained a male suspect for fare evasion and located what was found to be a replica firearm on his person. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by Hayward PD. The man was arrested for his warrant. A search incident to arrest revealed marijuana packaged for sales. The man was booked at Hayward Jail for his warrant, probation violation and possession of marijuana for sale. He was issued a prohibition order.