An officer was notified by off-duty officers of a possible DUI driver on Highway 4. The officer observed possibly impaired driving behavior and conducted a traffic enforcement stop near Pittsburg Station. The officer's initial observations confirmed that the driver was likely intoxicated. CHP units were requested and they eventually arrested the driver for driving under the influence.
An officer responded to the parking lot near the Bank of America building for a report of a man who was yelling at people and walking into traffic. Upon investigation, the officer found the subject to be under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and unable to care for his own safety. The subject was arrested for public intoxication.
An officer intercepted a San Francisco Airport bound train at the station for a report of an intoxicated subject. The officer was able to locate a male matching the description given. The male was determined to be intoxicated in public and was booked into the Concord City Jail for the violation.
An officer responded to the station platform (#3) on a report of a passed-out, male subject. The subject was determined to be over-intoxicated and had cuts on his hands. Medical was summoned to tend to the cuts. The suspect was arrested for public intoxication and transported to San Mateo County hospital for over-intoxication. Once cleared by the hospital, the suspect will be booked into the county jail.
The station agent reported a male suspect was yelling and cursing at patrons near the ticket vendors. Officers responded to the station. The officers contacted the suspect and determined he was intoxicated in public. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a male suspect harassing patrons in the bus zone. The officers detained the suspect without incident and determined he was intoxicated in public. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication.
The station agent called Dispatch to report a female patron trying to enter the fare gates appeared under the influence and unable to care for her own safety. An officer responded to the scene and contacted the female. The officer ultimately determined the female was intoxicated in public and subsequently arrested, and booked for such.
A station agent called to report an intoxicated male who had entered the station and boarded a train. Officers intercepted the train at the Castro Valley Station and made contact with the male. He was determined to be intoxicated and subsequently booked into the Santa Rita Jail for Public Intoxication.
Officers intercepted a train at the station on a report of a male subject stumbling around a train car. Upon locating and contacting the subject, the officers determined he was intoxicated in public and unable to care for his own safety; and was subsequently arrested and booked for public intoxication.
An anonymous patron reported a male suspect was acting “obnoxious” and bothering patrons on the train; and the suspect off-boarded at Ashby station. Suspect description: BM, 50’s, blue and white jacket. An officer was at the station and his attention was drawn to the suspect because the suspect was “yelling” and swinging an umbrella in an offensive manner as he exited the station. The suspect was contacted without incident and determined to be intoxicated in public. Upon a records check, the suspect had a no bail warrant for public intoxication and another no bail warrant for battery. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication, and on the outstanding warrants. The suspect is also on probation out of BART PD for public intoxication.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a man who was creating a disturbance on a Daly City bound train by swinging a stick at patrons. Upon their arrival, the officers off boarded the two involved parties. Witnesses reported that the suspect had waved a stick at a patron in a threatening manner. The suspect then pulled out a concealed dagger from his person, but did not display it in a threatening manner. The suspect was placed under citizen’s arrest for exhibiting a deadly weapon, and was also placed under physical arrest for public intoxication and possessing a concealed dagger. The train was held for 11 minutes. TSOC notified.
Officers esponded to a 911 call regarding a boisterous male disturbing patrons on a train at the station. The officers located a suspect, but no reporting party. The officers determined the suspect was intoxicated in public and unable to provide for his own safety, and was arrested and booked for such.
While on patrol at the station, an officer contacted a man who was behaving irrationally at the station. The officer determined the man was under the influence of an alcoholic beverage and unable to care for his own safety. The suspect was placed under arrest for public intoxication of an alcoholic beverage and booked at the Berkeley Jail. 1203-0814 L12.
Patrons reported a male on board a Daly City bound train harassing a female and her child. The female eventually struck the male in the face. All parties off-boarded at West Oakland Station and the female and her child walked away from the station and were not located by responding officers. The male remained at the station and created a disturbance in the paid area. Responding officers detained the man, who attempted to walk away from the officers, while throwing away a plastic bag. The bag was found to contain suspected marijuana. The man was intoxicated and bleeding from the m0uth and nose. The man's injuries were treated by paramedics on scene and he was taken into custody. He required medical clearance at Highland Hospital. Once cleared, he was booked at Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication and possession of more than one ounce of marijuana.
Officers were dispatched to check a Millbrae bound train at the Colma station for a female passed out across the seat. The officers conducted a welfare check on the female who they determined to be intoxicated in public and unable to care for herself. She was subsequently arrested. The Sergeant attempted to debrief the female but was unable to due to her level of intoxication. The female was transported and booked at the Redwood City Jail. Once at the jail the intake deputies discovered that she had two outstanding warrants, one out of Lake County for $5,000 for public Intoxication, and the other was out of San Francisco for $437 for a municipal code.
While patrolling the station at the end of revenue, officers conducted a welfare check on a male subject. The officers determined the subject was intoxicated in public and was arrested. The arrestee was booked at the Santa Rita jail facility.
Officers responded to the station from the police facility on a report of a male suspect urinating on the platform. After contacting the suspect, officers determined he was intoxicated in public. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication at the Glenn Dyer jail facility.
Officers responded to the station for a report of a subject who was damaging a BART Police vehicle parked front of the station. A BART employee witnessed a male holding a bottle of vodka and kicking the doors of the police vehicle several times with his feet. The employee made the identification to Dublin Police, who detained the suspect, as well as videotaped the incident. Both passenger side doors of the vehicle were damaged and the suspect was placed under arrest for vandalism and public intoxication. The scene was processed for evidence, the Video Hotline was notified, and the vehicle was taken to the Oakland Shops for repair. 1202-1732 L12.
A patron called Dispatch to report a female suspect who was repeatedly spitting on a Pittsburg/Bay Point bound train. The female appeared to be sick according to the RP. An officer met the train at the Walnut Creek station and the RP pointed-out the suspect. The officer made contact with the suspect and determined she was intoxicated in public, and subsequently arrested her. The RP initially stated they wanted to make a “citizen’s arrest” for the spitting violation, but reneged. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication.
An irate adult female became involved in an argument with her father in the station bus zone over the location of some money. The woman believed her father was hiding the money in his van, but it was later determined the money was in the woman's pocket. Responding officers determined the woman had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant issued by the Oakland Police Department for driving under the influence. The woman was arrested for her outstanding warrant. She was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
An officer made contact with a male suspectat the station for being intoxicated in public. Upon a records check, the suspect has a court stay-away order from all BART stations and an outstanding arrest warrant for disturbing the peace ($10k) out of SFPD. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication, violation of a court order and the outstanding warrant.
A male was arrested for public intoxication in the parking lot . While being booked at Glenn Dyer Jail, a small amount of suspected cocaine was discovered wrapped in a dollar bill in the suspect's possession. The male was booked for public intoxication and possession of narcotics.
An officer observed a male and female engaged in a heated argument enter the station. The officer intervened to prevent the argument from becoming physical and the male half of the couple physically resisted being detained. Other officers responded and both the male and female were taken into custody. The male was booked at San Francisco County Jail for public intoxication and resisting arrest and the female for public intoxication. There were no injuries.
An intoxicated male on board a Dublin train challenged patrons to fight and then began physically fighting with several male patrons. The intoxicated male sustained injuries from the fight. A male patron on the train attempted to intervene and break up the fight to keep the intoxicated male from being seriously injured. The intoxicated male turned on the good samaritan and began punching him. The other males involved in the fight fled the scene when the train arrived at West Oakland Station. Responding officers detained the original aggressor and the good samaritan made a citizen's arrest of him for battery. The suspect was too intoxicated to book into jail, so he was issued a citation for battery on a transit passenger and public intoxication. Both the suspect and the good samaritan were transported to the hospital for treatment of their injuries (cuts, bruises).
BART Police received a call of an adult male suspect who appeared to be intoxicated and was yelling and cursing at patrons. When the officer arrived she spoke with the station agent who told her that the subject was on the Richmond platform and it seemed that the subject could fall into the track way. When the officer arrived on the platform another patron pointed out the subject to her. The officer determined that the subject was intoxicated and arrested him. The suspect became belligerent and cursed and spat toward the officers. The suspect was refused booking at North County Jail because he would not answer any questions for the jail staff. The suspect was taken to Highland Hospital where he was medically cleared prior to booking at the Santa Rita Jail. The suspect continued to be a problem while being transported by banging his head and kicking at the car windows.