A male subject reported to the station agent that he was not feeling well and wanted to kill himself by jumping off the platform. Officers responded to the scene, and determined the subject was in need of medical attention. The subject was transferred to the county hospital for psychiatric evaluation. Trains were delayed for 12 minutes. 1109-2286 L12.
An officer responded to a report of a man shouting on the Richmond platform. The man was being held down by several patrons who said that the subject was running around the platform, screaming incoherently, and frightening patrons. The officer handcuffed the subject, whom she suspected of being under the influence of drugs. The man was sweating profusely, behaving aggressively, and talking about "the devil coming" to get him. A sergeant responded to the scene. Ambulance personnel believed that the subject was on PCP. The suspect was transported to a local hospital for medical evaluation, and subsequently held by medical staff for a psychological evaluation.
Officers responded to the station on reports of a male suspect willfully and boisterously disturbing patrons on a south bound train. Officers contacted the subject and determined he was in need of psychiatric evaluation and was detained for such. The subject was transported to John George Psychiatric Pavilion by responding medical personnel.
Officers responded to a report of an intoxicated male on the platform in the station. The officers determined the subject was unable to care for his own safety, and placed him under arrest for public intoxication. While being escorted upstairs to the patrol vehicle, the handcuffed suspect became belligerent and tried to flee from the officers. The officers finally subdued the very resistive suspect, who also head butted one of the officers. While in the patrol vehicle, the suspect continuously banged his head against the vehicle’s interior. After being denied at Glen Dyer Jail due to being a danger to himself, it was decided that the suspect be taken to Highland Hospital for medical clearance prior to being transported to John George Psychiatric Facility for an evaluation. The suspect is to be booked for battery upon a police officer, resisting arrest, and public intoxication after being cleared from the John George Facility. 1109-1093 L12.
Central report a female entered the trackway from the station platform and started walking on the southbound tracks (R2) toward the El Cerrito Del Norte station. A train operator on the opposite, northbound trackway stop and tried to assist the female. The train operator noted the female appeared confused and refused to board the train. Officers arrived at the station and entered the right of way, eventually making contact with the female. The female was relocated back to a station platform for safety reasons. The officers noted the female appeared disoriented and confused, and unable to care for her own safety; and was subsequently detained for a psychiatric evaluation.
Officers responded to a report of a white male on the trackway at the station who was walking near the third rail power source. Per the reporting party, the subject was “acting crazy.” Trains were held out of the station. The subject got back on the platform and was contacted by officers, who determined the subject should be detained for psychiatric evaluation and he was transported to St. Francis Hospital for such.
A deputy chief, sergeant, officers and detectives responded to a report of a 73-year-old woman beneath the lead car of a Richmond-bound train at the station. The woman was extricated by the Alameda Co. Fire Department at 1537 hrs. and transported by American Medical Response (AMR) personnel to a local hospital. The subject had no visible injuries, although she said that her knee hurt. A witness said that she saw the subject run towards the trackway and jump onto it. The woman is being held at the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. The scene was released to the Operations Control Center at 1547 hrs.
A man reported to a train operator that he wanted to kill someone today and produced a large fixed-blade knife while on the train. The man then sat on the lead car and places the knife on the seat next to him. Officers and a sergeant contacted the subject and escorted him from the train. He was cooperative and stated he was hearing voices which were telling him to hurt someone, and that he had not taken his medication today. He was admitted for a 72 hour Psychiatric Evaluation.
A male subject with a stroller was in front of the station when he contacted a station agent who was also in front of the station. The male told the station agent his 2-year old child was missing for five minutes now. The male stated he boarded a Millbrae train at West Dublin station and off-boarded at Castro Valley, and didn’t realize the child was missing until then. BART Central confirmed there are no Millbrae bound trains traveling through Castro Valley station. A BOLO was broadcasted over the District PA systems and trains checked throughout District. A sergeant responded to the station and met the male subject who reported the missing child. The reporting party’s account of how/where/when the child went missing was inconsistent. The sergeant suspected the male under the influence or had psychiatric issues. The sergeant was able to contact the wife of the reporting party, who confirmed she had possession of their child. The wife responded to the Castro Valley station, along with the child. The reporting party was determined to be in need of psychiatric evaluation and was detained for such; and transported to John George Psychiatric Pavilion by responding medical personnel. The detainee has a history of psychiatric detentions/evaluations.
A shirtless man was reportedly “acting crazy” and harassing patrons aboard the Pittsburg and Richmond trains. Upon contact, the subject fled from officers. The man ran upstairs, bumped into a skateboarder, then lay down prone on the ground. The officers determined that the man, who is on probation for vandalism, was in need of a psychological evaluation. He was transported to the John George Psychiatric Pavillion.
A man tried to take purses out of the hands of two women on the concourse level of the station. He fled when one of the women screamed, but was detained by two Muni-fare inspectors. The suspect struck one of the fare inspectors. Officers took custody of the suspect, whom they determined was in need of a psychological evaluation. The suspect was transported to San Francisco General Hospital. The detective sergeant was consulted. Criminal charges are pending the results of the psychological evaluation.
Officers responded to the 24th Street and Glen Park Stations for a report of a man walking on the right-of-way with a bamboo stick. Trains operated at road manual for 12 minutes, and were then held for 8 minutes until the subject was escorted off the right-of way by officers at the Glen Park Station. The subject did not sustain any injuries, and was transported to San Francisco General Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. 1108-2861 L12.
Officers contacted a female subject who was acting strangely at the station. The subject was paranoid and unstable, and detained by the officers for psychiatric evaluation; and subsequently transported to St. Francis Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. While at the hospital, the officers discovered the subject was in possession of 2.5 grams of suspected methamphetamine. A hold was placed on the subject, pending the outcome of the psychiatric evaluation.
A subject called 911 wanting mental health treatment at John George Psychiatric Hospital from the station. A BART Officer arrived and placed the suspect on a psychiatric hold. The subject was also determined to have a felony no bail warrant for Terrorist Threats. The suspect was transported to the psychiatric hospital via ambulance and a hold was placed on the suspect for the warrant to be booked later.
Officers responded to the station platform to check on the welfare of a male subject who was reportedly screaming and yelling, and who was apparently wanted to jump onto the track way. A BART Operations Supervisor was monitoring the subject on the platform and the train Operations Control Center was advised of the situation. Upon contact with the subject, the officers concluded he was a danger to himself and was detained for psychiatric evaluation. The subject was transported to SF General Hospital on a psychiatric evaluation hold by responding medical personnel.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of an adult female who was creating a disturbance in the free-area of the station by yelling, screaming and hitting her head against a plastic chair that she was carrying. On arrival, the officers located the woman and determined that she was a danger to herself due to her mental-state. Paramedics responded and transported the woman to the hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. The woman had to be restrained to the gurney by straps due to her level of agitation.
A subject called 911 and reported that he felt like killing himself. An officer responded and identified the subject (Tiwawn Mcintosh, B/M). The officer ran the subject for warrants and determined he had a no bail warrant out of the California Department of Corrections for a parole violation. He was on parole for larceny. The suspect was placed on a psychiatric detention and taken via ambulance to John George Hospital in San Leandro. A criminal hold was placed on the suspect to be booked when he is fit to be released to BART Police.
hrs. The Operations Control Center reported that, according to a station agent, a man had been on the trackway, and was trying to return to the trackway. Trains were held out of the station and power was dropped. San Francisco police responded, detained the man, then turned him over to BART police officers. The subject was transported to California Pacific Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation. Trains were delayed for 9 minutes.
Dispatch fielded at telephone call from SFPD, who in turn was on the phone with a person making a report of a possible suicidal subject. The reporting party was calling from out of state and had seen a Facebook posting by a friend which stated she "wanted to commit suicide" and "wanted to die on BART tracks." The RP stated the Facebook entry had been posted about two hours earlier and that the friend lives in San Francisco. The RP stated he call and spoke with his friend, who told him she was in Concord and was distraught. SFPD conducted a “ping” search on the subject's cellphone and it in the area of the Concord BART station. Trains were held out of the Concord BART station and officers responded to that location to conduct a search for subject based on her given description. Four officers searched the platform in pairs and located the subject, and attempted to contact her. At that time, the subject produced a large steak-type knife and threatened to hurt herself. Initially, two officers drew their duty-weapons and two officers drew their TASERs. Officers tried to talk to the subject, but she became upset and threatened to hurt herself. Using coordinated tactics, an officer activated his TASER, striking the subject. The subject fell to the ground and was subsequently detained in handcuffs. Based on her actions and danger to herself, the subject was detained for psychiatric evaluation and transported to the County hospital in Martinez. A sergeant responded to the hospital and spoke with subject. The subject told him she had just arrived at the station and was going to jump in front of the SF bound train (which was being held out of the station).
A sergeant driving in the area of I580 and Regatta Blvd noticed a vehicle being driven with two flat front tires. The vehicle pulled to the curb and the sergeant stopped to do a welfare check. As the sergeant approached the female driver, he saw that she was covered in blood. The female had injuries to her arms and a pair of scissors on the front seat. She told the sergeant that she had attempted suicide and had crashed into a pillar in the City of Richmond. Medical assistance was summoned and provided assistance to her. Richmond PD responded, took over the investigation and placed a psychiatric hold on her. She was transported by ambulance to the county hospital.
A female suspect made verbal threats to the station agent and chased the agent into the station booth before leaving the station. A responding officer contacted the suspect at 23rd and MacDonald Streets. A second officer contacted with the station agent. It was determined the suspect was in need of psychiatric evaluation, and she was subsequently detained for such and transported to Martinez County Hospital by responding medical personnel.
The station agent called to report an adult male possibly under the influence or drugs or alcohol. The agent reported that the male had been climbing on the grill at the entrance of the station and eventually passed out. Upon contact with officers, the male began kicking at the officers and had to be restrained until the ambulance arrived. Officers determined that the male was a danger to himself and others, so he was transported to St. Francis Hospital for psychiatric evaluation.
A male called to report that he wanted to jump in front of a train. Dispatch was able to keep the subject on the phone and held trains out of the station until officers arrived. Officers made contact and determined that the male was in need of psychiatric evaluation. The male was then transported by ambulance to Summit Hospital.
The train operator of a Daly City bound train reported that there was a person under the train after the train pulled into the station and ran over the person, who had been laying on the trackway. BART Officers and the San Francisco Fire Department responded and determined that a female had been under the train, but she had climbed out from under it on her own and was on the platform when they arrived at the station. The female (in her 40's) received a very minor scrape to her wrist, but was otherwise uninjured. She admitted to officers that she intended to harm herself, but that the train had gone over her (3-4 cars) and did not strike her. Officers and SFFD inspected the trackway under the train to confirm that no one else was under the train before releasing the train back into service. The station was closed for approximately 55 minutes due to the incident. The female was transported by ambulance to San Francisco General Hospital on a psychiatric hold.
Anonymous patrons reported a subject stumbling on the platform. A Station Agent went to check on the subject and advised he was curled up on the platform and crying. The agent then advised the subject jumped onto the track way from platform #1. Track way power was shut down. The agent and a train operator were able to pull the subject back up to the platform. An Officer responded and determined the subject was in need of Psychiatric evaluation. He was transported by ambulance to Martinez County Hospital. There was about a 5 minute train delay.