Officers were flagged down by a concerned citizen who reported two subjects drinking alcohol as they sat on a stairwell at the station. Officers then detained the two subjects, one of whom was determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself and placed under arrest for public intoxication. The other subject, a juvenile, was found to be in possession of an unopened alcoholic beverage, but not under the influence of alcohol. A search of the adult incident to arrest revealed he was in possession of another person’s wallet. The wallet contained identification for a City of Oakley resident, in addition to multiple student BART fare tickets. The juvenile was issued a citation for being a minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage and released after his mother was notified of his detention. The adult was transported to the Alameda County jail, Dublin, where he was booked for public intoxication and possession of lost property. The Oakley Police Department was contacted in order to attempt contact with the owner of the property, but as of this writing no further information has been developed.
Officers were detailed to the station on a report by the station agent that a subject had struck, and broken, a hand sanitizing unit with his fists. On the officers’ arrival, they contacted the subject and determined he was too intoxicated to care for his own safety. In addition, the subject was placed under citizen’s arrest, by the station agent, for vandalizing the sanitizing unit. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was then transported to the Alameda County Jail, at Dublin, where he was booked for public intoxication and vandalism.
The on-duty station agent reported that a male was in the station attempting to buy a ticket, but that the man was so intoxicated he could barely stand. An officer responded and contacted the man. Record checks revealed the man had an outstanding, no-bail arrest warrant for probation violations related to DUI, held by the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department. The man was arrested for public intoxication and for his outstanding warrant and was booked at Martinez Jail.
While walking to his vehicle, a victim was approached by two men who asked to use his cell phone. When the victim denied their requests, one of the men threatened the victim with bodily harm and kicked the victim’s vehicle several times as the victim tried to drive away. Officers detained the two suspects upon their arrival, one after a brief foot pursuit. The suspects were positively identified by the victim. One of the suspects was placed under arrest for challenging the victim to a fight and for vandalism, and was also given a 30 day BART prohibition order. The other suspect, a juvenile, was taken to the hospital for over intoxication. Upon release from the hospital, he will be cited and released to his parents for resisting arrest and for being in possession of alcohol. A sergeant arrived at the scene to approve the arrest.
An officer was dispatched to a call of an intoxicated subject inside the station, reported by the station agent. The officer located the subject and determined he was intoxicated. The subject was placed under arrest and booked into the North County Jail for public intoxication. A sergeant responded to debrief the suspect and approve the arrest.
Officers were called to a disturbance aboard the train. Officers made contact with the parties and determined that one of them was too intoxicated to care for himself. The male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for public intoxication. No one wished to pursue a complaint regarding the original disturbance.
Patrons reported a male creating a disturbance on a train. Officers arrived and determined that the subject was intoxicated in public. A check for warrants revealed that the subject had an outstanding $25,000.00 warrant for DUI. No one wanted to make a complaint for the original disturbance. The subject was booked at the San Francisco County Jail for the warrant and public intoxication.
Officers intercepted a Pittsburg bound train for a report of a male creating a disturbance on the train. Officers determined the male was under the influence of alcohol and too intoxicated to care for himself. The male was placed under arrest for public Intoxication and no one came forward to place the male under citizen's arrest for creating a disturbance on the train. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The male was booked into the Martinez Detection Facility.
The station reported that there was a subject in the station who was yelling at passing patrons. Officers and a sergeant responded to the call. Officers located the subject in question and arrested him for public intoxication. A sergeant debriefed the suspect and approved the arrest. The suspect was transported to the Santa Rita Jail and booked for public intoxication.
A sergeant and officers responded to a report of a fight on a Pittsburg/Bay Point train. Passengers were reporting that one suspect was armed with a gun and another had a knife. Police personnel detained three men. The first man was intoxicated and in possession of a piece of rebar. The second man was intoxicated and had mentioned something about having a gun. The third man had given the first man the piece of rebar to use to defend himself against the second man, who was being belligerent. It was determined that the dispute had been verbal only. No weapons were used or located. The piece of rebar was taken as evidence. The first man and the second man were arrested for public intoxication and booked into Glenn Dyer Jail. The sergeant approved the arrests. The third man was identified and released. Train service was delayed for 12 minutes. TSOC was notified.
An officer responded to the station for a report of an intoxicated individual who was on an Emery-Go-Round bus. The officer detained the subject in question and arrested him for public intoxication. The suspect was transported and booked into the North County Jail. A sergeant responded to debrief the suspect and approve the arrest.
A cell phone caller reported a fight on the Fremont train at the station. Two males were detained and after speaking with the parties and witnesses, officers determined that the suspect in the battery, who was intoxicated, dropped his cell phone on the platform. Two suspects picked up the phone and fled the station with it, but the intoxicated suspect thought another male on the train had his phone and he began to batter that man in order to get his phone back. The suspects who took the phone were described as a black male, about 20 years old, with red hair, wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and brightly colored pants and a black male about 13 years old, with light brown hair, wearing a light colored tee shirt. Responding units were unable to locate the two phone theft suspects in the area. The battery victim was not injured and refused to make a complaint. The intoxicated suspect was arrested for public intoxication and was booked at Berkeley Jail.
An anonymous person called to report a male on board the train with a machete. When questioned by the dispatcher, the reporting party said the male was holding the machete above his head and threatening people on the train. No other calls were received, but the train was held at the 16th/Mission Street Station and SFPD was notified. SFPD officers arrived at the station and contacted a male on the train matching the description. The male was in possession of a large knife in a sheath, but was not creating a disturbance. SFPD Officers said that no one on the train was willing to make a complaint or said that he was creating a disturbance. BART officers took custody of the detained male and determined that he was intoxicated in public. The knife was taken for safekeeping and the male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for public intoxication. Train car video has been requested. The original reporting party's phone number is answered by a fax machine, so he was unable to be reached. The train was held for approximately 13 minutes. TSOC was notified.
A male called to report that a female suspect had tried to remove his children from the Pittsburg bound train while the train was at Rockridge Station. The man and his four daughters, aged 2-7, boarded the train at MacArthur Station. Two of the girls, aged 4&5, sat in a seat while the father and the other two girls stood nearby. A female approached and sat near the two girls and engaged them in conversation. When the train arrived at Rockridge, the woman suddenly grabbed the two girls by their arms and started trying to drag them off the train. The girls screamed and resisted being pulled to the door. The father intervened and pushed the woman away, but she blocked the train doors and began yelling that the girls could not possibly be the man's daughters. A second patron pushed the woman away from the doors, allowing them to close, and the train left for Orinda. The father called to report the crime while in the Berkeley Hills Tunnel and the family returned to Rockridge on the next San Francisco train. Meanwhile, the female suspect also called to report the incident, claiming that the father had kidnapped the four girls. The suspect voluntarily returned to the station and responding officers met all parties at Rockridge. The suspect admitted she had been drinking and had taken psychiatric medication, but claimed she was coherent. She continued to claim that the children could not belong to the father, but could not explain the basis for this belief. She stated she was trying to save the children by removing them from the train. Officers confirmed that the children belonged to the father. Based on their investigation, the woman was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for attempted kidnapping, annoying/molesting a child, battery on a transit passenger and public intoxication.
An officer arrested a subject for public intoxication at the MacArthur station. A records check revealed the subject also had two outstanding warrants out of San Francisco P.D., one in the amount of $10000.00 for 594 PC and the other $442.00 for a county ordinance violation. The subject was transported to Glen Dyer jail and booked for public intoxication and the warrants. 1305 1775 L20
An officer arrested a man for public intoxication. He found that the suspect had a BART PD misdemeanor $25,000 warrant for public intoxication and a San Francisco PD misdemeanor $1,152 warrant for fare evasion. The suspect was debriefed by a sergeant and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for public intoxication and the warrants.
An officer responded to the Richmond Amtrak platform, adjacent to the Richmond BART station, in order to perform a welfare check upon an adult female. On contact, the officer determined the female was unable to care for her own safety due to her level of public (alcohol) intoxication and placed her under arrest. A search of the suspect’s property incident to the arrest revealed more than one (1) ounce of Marijuana. A sergeant responded to the scene, approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect. The suspect was then booked at the Contra Costa County jail, Martinez, for public intoxication and for possessing more than one ounce of Marijuana.
As a pair of officers refueled their patrol vehicle at a service station near the corner of Sierra Lane and Doherty Road, they observed the occupants of a private vehicle acting suspicious. A short time later the vehicle’s passenger approached the officers and stated the vehicle’s driver was armed with a handgun. The suspect vehicle then drove away before officers could make contact with the driver. The vehicle, however, returned a short time later and the officers detained the driver; no weapon was located on the suspect’s person or his vehicle. Dublin police officers responded to the scene and took control of the suspect, who was believed to be under the influence of a controlled substance. As the Dublin officers prepared to transfer the suspect from the BART Police vehicle to their patrol vehicle, the suspect became physically resistive. A BART officer assisted the Dublin officers in restraining the suspect. A BART sergeant responded to she scene and performed a use of force investigation. No injuries were sustained by officers, but the suspect sustained a minor injury. He was transported to a local hospital, via ambulance, and will be booked by Dublin officers when medically cleared.
Officers responded to the station on the report of 7-8 individuals fighting. On arrival, the officers detained an involved party and determined she was intoxicated, and wanted on an outstanding $5,000 DUI warrant issued by the Oakland Superior Court. The female was arrested for public intoxication and the warrant. No other parties came forward wishing to file a battery complaint. A sergeant responded to scene and approved the arrest. The female was then transported to the county jail where she was booked for the listed charges.
While at the station, officers were advised of a fight that was occurring on a train. The two combatants were separated without any injuries, and did not want to file complaints. One of the subjects admitted to having narcotics in possession. The officers recovered suspected crack cocaine from the suspect's possession, and placed him under arrest for possession of narcotics and public intoxication.
An officer contacted a male who appeared to be under the influence of alcohol at the Berkeley Station. The officer determined the male was too intoxicated to care for himself and attempted placed the male under arrest. The male resisted the officer's efforts to move him and additional officers responded to the station. The male was medically cleared and was booked into the Berkeley Jail for public intoxication and resisting arrest.
A patron on a train reported via cell phone that there was a male suspect with an open vodka bottle who was creating a disturbance. Patrons forced the suspect off the train at Embarcadero Station and alerted officers who were on routine platform patrol of the problem. The officers' investigation determined that the suspect had touched a female victim on the buttocks. The victim retaliated by spitting on the suspect and moving to another train car. The suspect followed her and battered her. The officers also determined the suspect was under the influence of alcohol. The suspect was arrested and booked at San Francisco County Jail for sexual battery, battery on a transit passenger and public intoxication.
A sergeant and three officers responded to a report of a man holding a knife, mumbling to himself, and harassing a woman aboard the train. When the officers arrived, the reporting party advised that the suspect had not threatened anyone with the knife, and had only been holding it. The suspect was subsequently arrested for being intoxicated in public. The sergeant approved the arrest. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail. Train service was delayed for 13 minutes.
An officer on routine patrol observed a man who appeared to be under the influence and attempted to detain him. The man resisted the detention, but was taken into custody after a brief struggle. The man was determined to be intoxicated in public and was booked at San Francisco County Jail.
An officer was on patrol and witnessed a male fare evade through the emergency gate to enter the North Berkeley Station. The male was detained and he was determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself. The male was verbally hostile towards the officer. The male was cited on fare evasion and was booked for public intoxication. The male was booked at the Berkeley jail. A Sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the male.