A station agent and a contract employee reported that a juvenile threw rocks at them and struck them with the rocks. The agent reported that the juvenile and a few of his friends went to the platform. Officers checked the platform and located the juveniles. The battery suspect resisted being detained and tried to walk away. Officers and a sergeant had to physically restrain him. The station agent identified him as the responsible person. It was later determined that the suspect had struck them with candy. Neither employee was injured or requested medical attention. The other two juveniles were identified and released to a responsible adult. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and a citation and transported to be released to an adult family member.
BART and Hayward officers detained a male suspect for reportedly battering his girlfriend in the concourse area of the station. An independent witness identified the suspect as the responsible, and he was placed under arrest for domestic violence. The suspect was then issued a prohibition order and served with an emergency protective order before being booked into the county jail. The victim, who sustained minor-to-moderate arm and facial injuries, was transported to a local hospital for further medical treatment. A sergeant responded to supervise the investigation and approve the arrest.
A female victim called to report that her boyfriend punched, kicked and choked her at the station. While she was on the phone making the report, the suspect returned and battered her again. Responding officers were able to locate a witness, but the victim and suspect were gone. Dispatch had been able to obtain the suspect vehicle license plate via camera. After checking the address of the registered owner, officers located the car and saw the suspect drive the car. An enforcement stop was conducted and the suspect was taken into custody. He was found to be in possession of the victim's cell phone and purse. The victim was later located and transported to be interviewed and medically treated for her injuries. Detectives responded to conduct the interviews/investigation. Once completed, the suspect will be issued a prohibition order, medically cleared and booked into the Santa Rita Jail. He will also be served with an emergency protective order to stay away from the victim.
While aboard a train at the station, a female victim’s cell phone was snatched from her grasp by a male suspect who then ran from the train. The victim chased after the suspect, which in turn captured the attention of a sergeant and officers who were nearby. The sergeant and officers, with the assistance of a Good Samaritan, used physical force to take the suspect into custody. The victim’s phone was recovered and no injuries were sustained by the officers or victim. A lieutenant responded to perform the use of force investigation, and detectives were notified of the arrest. The suspect was subsequently booked into the county jail for grand theft.
A female victim reported being kicked in the head while aboard a Richmond bound train, between the San Leandro and Coliseum BART stations. The female, who suffered a small laceration to her head and was believed to have momentarily lost consciousness, reported the attack was unprovoked. Officers located the suspect at the station, detained him at gunpoint and eventually took him into custody for the assault. The victim was transported to a local hospital to receive medical treatment, while detectives interviewed the suspect. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the use of force investigation. Subsequently, the suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail. Video was requested. 1703-1402 L15/L10
Officers detained two male suspects for battering one another. Further investigation determined the pair was in fact a father and his adult son whose argument escalated when they battered one another while at the station. As a result, both sustained minor visible injuries for which they declined medical attention. Officers placed the two under arrest for battering one another, issued each a prohibition order, and booked them into the county jail. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest.
Officer responded the station to intercept a train on the report of a physical fight involving two female passengers versus male passenger that was reported via elert. The reporting party had advised one of the females had thrown liquid on the male passenger. Investigation revealed the two female passengers were being disruptive on the train by playing loud music and yelling vulgarities. The male passenger asked the two females to turn down the music, which caused them to get into a verbal argument with him. One of the females shook a can of Red Bull toward the male victim and some of the liquid contents spilled on him. The same female then spit onto the male victim and threatened to kill him. When the officer arrived on scene and attempted to detain the female who had battered and threatened the male, she tried to physically resist him. The officer was eventually able to use force to detain the female. While the officer was trying to detain the first female, the second female used force to try to prevent the officer from detaining the first female. The officer was eventually able to detain both females using force. No injuries were reported by any of the involved parties. The male victim signed a citizen’s arrest for the battery against female who had spit on him. The first female was taken into custody for the criminal threats, battery on a transit passenger and resisting arrest. She was also issued a prohibition order. The second female was taken into custody for obstructing an officer/resisting arrest. Both females were booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for their charges. A use of force investigation was conducted by a sergeant who responded to the scene.
An officer responded to a medical call aboard a train. Medical responded and placed the sick person on the gurney. The sick person requested to exit the rig to urinate, which the paramedics complied. The sick person then punched both paramedics as they attempted to place him back onto the gurney. The paramedics then wished to place the sick person under citizen’s arrest for 243(b) P.C., Battery. The sick person was arrested for battery and issued a prohibition order. The suspect was then taken to Redwood City Jail for booking.
A patron reported a male struck another patron, causing injuries. Officers located the male and placed him under arrest for battery and violation of his probation. The male was issued a prohibition order and was booked into jail on the listed charges.
Officers detained a male suspect for battering a female station agent with an empty beverage can. Shortly after the station agent placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery, officers learned the he was also on active probation, a portion of which stipulates he must stay away from BART property. Before he could be booked, however, officers determined the suspect posed a danger to others due to mental health issue so paramedics responded in order to transport him to the county’s mental health facility. Prior to taking the suspect to the facility, and at their discretion, paramedics transported the suspect to the county hospital for medical clearance. Once cleared from the hospital, the suspect will be transported to the mental health facility where he will be placed on a police hold as well; he then be booked for battering the station agent and probation violation. The suspect was issued a prohibition order. The station agent was not injured as a result of the battery and declined medical attention. Similarly, the suspect was not injured nor did he complain of any medical issues.
The station agent reported that a male who had been banging on the door to the employee restroom then spat on the agent as the male left the station. Officers responded and detained the man. The agent made a positive identification of the man, and performed a citizen's arrest. Due to the 12-24 hours booking delay at Santa Rita Jail, the suspect was cited for battery on a transit employee and released. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
A train operator reported that a male suspect pushed him and threatened to kill him while at the Fremont Station. The suspect boarded a train, but was located at the South Hayward Station. The victim, who was not injured, responded to that location and identified him before placing him under citizen's arrest. The suspect was medically cleared, but deemed to be in need of psychiatric evaluation, so he was transported to John George Pavilion for a psychiatric evaluation with a criminal hold for the listed charges. He was also issued a prohibition order.
Officers responded to a report of a male subject beating a female subject at the station. The officers arrived and located a possible suspect while CSO’s located the victim. Medical responded to treat the victim who suffered from minor injuries and was transported to the Highland Hospital for a pre-existing injury that was allegedly re-aggravated as a result of the battery. Further investigation revealed that the male subject was a dating relationship with the female victim. The suspect was positively identified by the victim. The victim alleged that her boyfriend assaulted and also took some of her property during the incident. The suspect was interviewed by officers. The suspect is to be arrested and booked into North County for domestic violence, robbery, and will additionally be issued a Prohibition Order and an Emergency Protective Order.
An officer attempted to detain a female suspect for fare evasion, but she refused to cooperate by walking away from the officer. The officer then used physical force to restrain the suspect, during which she kicked and spat upon the officer. The on-duty watch commander responded as well and assisted in handcuffing the suspect, along with the assistance of a Good Samaritan. Assisting officers then arrived, followed by two sergeants. Firefighters and paramedics responded in order to tend to the suspect, but she refused medical assistance; the officer did not require medical attention. Subsequently, the suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the county jail for battering the officer and resisting arrest.
A train operator was waking up a male who was sleeping on an out of service train when the male jumped up and began swinging at the train operator. One of the punches grazed the chin of the operator. An officer contacted the male, who was still on the train. The train operator, who was not injured and declined medical attention, placed the male under citizen's arrest for battery on a transit employee. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the battery charge.
Officers intercepted a train that was held at the Lake Merritt Station for a report of a male attempting to stab two victims. Officers located the suspect and detained him. After making suicidal statements, the suspect was placed on an emergency psychological detention, with criminal charges pending. A prohibition order was issued to the suspect.
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 male suspect (Steven SCOTT, 36, San Francisco) was arrested for committing a lewd act in public, and found to be on active probation for a similar offense. During the booking process, the suspect ingested potential narcotics so he was transported to a local hospital for medical attention. Once cleared by medical staff, he will be booked into the county jail.
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.