While on patrol, officers made contact with an individual who was panhandling inside the station. The subject consented to a search and was found a suspected crack pipe and shaved keys on his person. The officers were also unable to confirm the individual’s identity so he was taken into custody. Once identified, it was discovered that the suspect had a felony no bail parole violation want issued from the California Department of corrections. During the booking process, the suspect stated that he was going to commit suicide. The suspect was transported via ambulance to the John George Mental Health Facility. The suspect is to be booked on his warrants, possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and providing a false name to a peace officer once he is cleared from John George. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
Officers were detailed to the station regarding the station agent’s report of a male subject acting erratic. Upon contacting the subject, the officers determined he was a danger to himself and in need of a psychiatric evaluation. However, before the officers could detain him, the subject jumped over the fare gates, into the paid area, eventually making his way to platform level. During this time, track-way power was turned off as the officers feared the subject would jump onto the track-way. Eventually, the officers, both of whom are “crisis intervention” trained, managed to convince the subject to return to the concourse. On reaching the concourse and being physically restrained by the officers, the subject physically resisted their efforts and a short struggle ensued before he was safely restrained in handcuffs. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation. An ambulance then transported the subject to the county hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. No injuries were sustained by police personnel or the subject, and there was no negative impact on train service. Based upon the totality of the circumstances, no criminal complaint will be sought against the subject.
Patrons aboard a Pittsburg Bay Point bound train reported an adult male suspect exposing his penis and masturbating. Officers intercepted the train at the Walnut Creek Station and located two victims. The victims identified the male as the responsible and placed him under citizen’s arrest for indecent exposure. The officers placed the suspect under physical arrest, pursuant to the citizen’s arrest, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect, however, made suicidal statements and was transported (via ambulance) to the county hospital for a psychiatric evaluation – with a police hold. Upon being medically cleared, the suspect will be booked at the county jail for indecent exposure. The suspect was issued a prohibition order.
Officers were detailed to the station in order to check on the welfare of a subject who had earlier called police dispatch and stated he wished to harm himself. Upon contact, the officers determined the subject was in need of a psychological evaluation and summoned an ambulance for assistance. During this time, the officers learned the subject was also wanted on a no-bail California Department of Corrections’ parole violation warrant. Subsequently, the subject was transported to the county hospital in order to receive psychiatric attention (with a police hold), and will be booked into jail on the warrant upon being released from the hospital. A sergeant approved the arrest / police hold.
BART Officers responded to a report of a male creating a disturbance on a train. The suspect off boarded the train and went on the track-way prior to the arrival of the officers. The officers were able to get the suspect off of the tracks without incident. Train service was delayed for 38 minutes. The suspect was taken into custody for a psychiatric evaluation.
A female called the ISRC and stated she was hearing voices and wanted to go to John George. Officers contacted the subject in question. A wants check revealed that the subject had two felony no bail warrants for her arrest issued by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for petty theft with priors. The subject was transported to John George for a psychological evaluation and is to be booked for her warrants prior to her release on a future date.
Officers responded to a report of a subject on a Daly City bound train who was flashing a knife around, scaring patrons. Officers located the subject in question and discovered he had an outstanding $10k misdemeanor warrant charging vandalism. The subject was arrested, but was transported for psychiatric evaluation before he is to be booked for the warrant. There was no merit to the allegation that the subject had brandished the knife in a threatening manner and there was no one who wished to press charges.
An officer responded to the station for a report of a patron who was refusing to off-board at an Amtrak station. After refusing several requests from officers to off board, the suspect was forcibly taken off the train without incident. The suspect was determined to be a danger to herself, and was taken by medical personnel Martinez Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
An adult male entered the station, approached the station agent and said that he was going to harm himself. The male then went down to the platform level. Trains were held out of the station and power was taken down. The male was then seen on camera getting down onto the trackway. Officers arrived and were able to get the male off of the trackway. The trackway was inspected and trains were released to normal traffic. The male was transported for psychological evaluation. Trains were held on the incident trackway for 27 minutes.
A father reported that his son, who suffered from schizophrenia, was off his medication and was resisting the father's efforts to take him for medical/psychiatric treatment. The son went from the bus zone to platform #2 and then jumped onto the tracks. Power was dropped and trains were held out of the station. The son crossed the third rail and went to platform #1. Officers attempted to contact him there, but the son jumped onto the tracks again and began walking southbound toward a train that was holding out. The son then used an emergency ladder to climb down to the street and ran from the station. Officers continued to try to contact the son and eventually detained him at Lexington and Potrero. The son was transported to County Hospital by ambulance for emergency psychiatric detention. Trains were delayed about ten minutes as a result of this incident.
As a train was pulling into the station, a male was walking on the yellow strip and leaning into the path of the train. An officer on the platform saw this activity and (believing that the male was timing his jump in front of the train) grabbed him and pulled him away from the edge of the platform. The train operator also saw the male and attempted to stop the train short of the normal stop location. The male was eventually transported to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
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.
A male subject threatened to commit suicide by jumping in front of a train at the Fremont Station. An officer responded and detained the male for a psychological evaluation. A records/warrant check showed the male had a $20,000 warrant issued by Alameda County for theft. The male was taken to John George Pavilion for an emergency psychological evaluation. At 0920 hours, the male was released from John George and was booked at Santa Rita Jail on the warrant. A sergeant approved the arrest.
A subject called the ISRC stating he wanted to jump in front of a truck. An officer arrived and contacted the subject. A wants check revealed that the subject had a $20,000 misdemeanor warrant for his arrest issued by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office charging petty theft. . The subject was transported to the Washington Hospital and is to be booked on the warrant when released. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
A subject called the ISRC and asked to be placed under psychiatric detention. An officer arrived and contacted the subject. A wants check revealed that the subject had a no bail parole violation warrant issued by the California Department of Corrections. The officer transported the subject to the Valley Care Medical Facility for medical clearance. The subject was then transported to the John George Psychiatric Hospital by an ambulance and is to be booked on the warrant when released. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect.
An officer responded to a report of a male sleeping on the platform with his buttocks exposed. Record checks revealed that the man had an outstanding, no-bail arrest warrant for grand theft held by San Francisco PD. The man was arrested on his warrant, but then made statements that indicated he required psychological evaluation. The man was transported to County Hospital and was later booked at the Martinez Detention Facility once he was medically cleared.
An officer responded to the station on a report of a person who was making suicidal threats. The officer contacted the person, who verified he had been taking medication for depression and having delusions. A warrant check on the person revealed an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of Albany for narcotics and another outstanding arrest warrant for $3,000 out of Alameda County for trespassing. A search incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of Vicodin from the suspect’s person. Medical personnel responded to the scene, and suggested the suspect be taken to Eden Hospital due to the amount of alcohol and drugs he had recently ingested. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrants, possession of narcotics, and possession of narcotics without a prescription. The suspect will be booked after being cleared from the hospital and receiving a psychiatric evaluation at John George Psychiatric Facility. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
A CSO spotted a male subject sitting on the top of the Millbrae Station and appeared he was going to jump off the ledge of the structure. The male was sitting on the edge, leaning forward and was talking to himself out loud. CIT trained Officers responded to the top of the structure and talked the male off the ledge of the structure. The male was placed on an emergency psychiatric hold and was transported to Mills Peninsula Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. The male stated he wanted to know how it felt to jump off the structure.
While on patrol, an officer observed and detained a male and female couple arguing with each other near the station. A wants check on one of the individuals revealed an outstanding no bail parole violation warrant issued from the California Department of Corrections. The subject with the warrant was placed under arrest and transported and booked into the North County Jail. A sergeant, who was also on scene asthe officers cover unit, approved the arrest. While en route to the jail, the suspect threatened to kill himself so he was transported to John George by an ambulance for psychiatric evaluation. The suspect is to be booked for his warrant after his release from the John George Hospital.
An officer responded to the MacArthur station in regards to a report of a subject who wished to commit suicide by walking into oncoming traffic. The officer evaluated the subject, determined he was a danger to himself and placed him under a psychiatric hold. A records check on the subject revealed two outstanding warrants for drugs and domestic violence. The subject was transported to John George Pavillion where he will be held until cleared for booking.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, they contacted a man and a woman arguing in a vehicle. Upon exiting the vehicle, the officer saw a switchblade in the male’s possession and placed him under arrest for possession of a dangerous weapon. A search of the suspect incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of another switchblade and a butterfly knife. The female stated the couple had gotten into an argument while in the vehicle, and the male pushed her out of the car. While in the police vehicle, the male began acting erratically and stated he had not taken his medication for anxiety in a few days. The male was deemed by the officers as a danger to himself, and paramedics were called to the scene for transportation to a psychiatric facility. When the officers opened the police vehicle door, the male became aggressive toward the officers and physical force was used to keep him inside the vehicle. When the paramedics attempted to strap him onto a gurney, the suspect kicked and attempted to bite one of the paramedics. A sergeant responded to the scene to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect also complained of pain to his shoulder due to recent surgery, and was taken to the county hospital for treatment. After clearance from the hospital, the suspect will be have a psychiatric evaluation prior to being booked for possession of dangerous weapons, domestic battery, and battery upon medical personnel. The suspect was also issued a 30 day BART prohibition order. Video hotline notified.
The OCC Supervisor witnessed a male suspect walking off the end of the platform into the TransBay Tube. The male was seen on the tunnel camera walking on the catwalk toward Oakland. BART Officers boarded a Pittsburg train which was run on the #1 track in road manual to search for the suspect. Multiple patrons who had been on the platform stated they saw the suspect enter the tunnel, but not return to the platform. Trains were held out on the #2 track. Additional Officers responded to Embarcadero Station to provide security at the bores. A Sgt responded to the San Francisco Transition Structure. Additional Officers responded to the Oakland Transition Structure. Officers located the male inside the tunnel on the M1 side at about MP 6.2 and took him into custody without incident. They transported him by train to West Oakland Station. Normal service was resumed after an approximately 21 minute delay. The suspect was identified. Officers determined that the suspect was a danger to himself. The suspect was issued a citation for violation of 369i PC and was transported by ambulance to John George Psychiatric Pavilion for 5150 W&I. TSOC notified.
A warrant check on a person detained for fare evasion revealed an outstanding $5,000 arrest warrant out of Pittsburg for theft. The subject was cited for fare evasion and placed under arrest for the warrant. A search of the suspect’s person incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of burglary tools, for which he was also arrested for. The suspect later told officers that he wanted to kill himself, and was transported to John George Psychiatric Facility for evaluation prior to booking.
Patrons at MacArthur Station reported that a female suspect was in possession of a stun gun and that she claimed to have a gun in her backpack. The suspect cursed at patrons and boarded a Millbrae bound train. The suspect was described as a black female, 40-50 years old, wearing a yellow shirt and a black jacket. The train was intercepted at 19th Street Station and a suspect matching the description was found. The suspect attempted to walk away from officers and had to be physically restrained. Officers located a stun gun wrapped in the woman's jacket. She actively resisted being detained, but was finally taken into custody. Based on her behavior and statements, officers determined that the woman was a danger to herself and others as the result of a mental illness. She was detained for psychological evaluation. One officer suffered minor injuries taking the suspect into custody. The woman was transported to the hospital and once she is medically cleared, she will be booked for battery on a peace officer and resisting arrest. No gun was found. A prohibition order was issued.
An officer responded to a report that a man was setting fire to a phone book at an empty pay telephone station near the primary booth in the paid area. Upon arrival, the officer detained a person who was witnessed at the pay phone by a station agent while it was on fire. The subject was placed under arrest for arson. Upon further observation officers determined, based on his erratic behavior, the suspect was a danger to himself and others. The suspect was transported by paramedics to John George for psychiatric evaluation prior to being booked. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest. Video hotline notified.