Patrons reported that a male suspect was acting erratically on the platform. The male moved to the concourse and reportedly punched a patron, then bit another. A responding officer detained the suspect near the booth, with the assistance of an off-duty San Francisco PD officer. Officers determined that the suspect qualified for emergency psychiatric detention. Force had to be used to secure the suspect to the ambulance gurney. In the process, the suspect spat on a sergeant. A lieutenant responded to conduct the use of force investigation. The suspect was transported to the hospital for treatment. When medically cleared, he will be booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for battery on an officer. He was issued a prohibition order. The civilian battery victims left the area without making a complaint.
Patrons reported two males fighting in the bus zone. The two entered the station and the agent clarified that they were actually two females. Officers detained both women and determined that there was no physical altercation, but merely a heated verbal altercation. Record checks showed that one of the women had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for burglary, held by Fremont PD. She was arrested on the warrant. The other woman was released after being identified. The arrestee was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Patrons on board the Pittsburg bound train reported that two suspects were playing loud music and soliciting funds from patrons on the train. Officers intercepted the train at Powell Street Station and detained one adult and one juvenile suspect. No complainants came forward for the disturbing others violation. However, record checks showed that the adult had a valid prohibition order. The adult was arrested for violation of a prohibition order and was booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
A male suspect made offensive sexual remarks to a female System Service worker. Officers detained the man for willfully disturbing others. Record checks showed the man had an active stay-away order from all BART stations. The man was arrested and booked at the San Francisco County Jail for willfully disturbing others and violation of a court order.
A patron on the Richmond bound train reported via Elerts that there was a suspect on the train who was brandishing a switchblade knife. The reporting party did not respond to requests for further information. Responding BART and San Francisco PD officers searched the train and located the reporting party and suspect. The investigation determined that the suspect had a small pocket knife in his possession, rather than a switchblade, and that no crime had been committed. The suspect was identified and released. The Richmond train was delayed about 13 minutes as a result of this incident.
A patron reported that a male suspect evaded fare to enter and went to the platform. The reporting party pointed the suspect out to responding officers and he was detained on the platform. The reporting party declined to make a citizen's arrest for fare evasion. However, record checks showed that the suspect had an active stay-away order from all BART stations as a condition of his probation. He was arrested for violation of a court order and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A patron reported via Elerts that there was a male on the train who was panhandling and who possibly brandished a small knife. Officers responded and located the suspect across the street from the station at a nearby liquor store. The man was arrested for public intoxication. There were no complainants for the panhandling or brandishing offenses. Record checks showed that the suspect had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for parole violation, held by the Department of Corrections. The man was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail for his warrant and for public intoxication.
A subject detained for fare evasion by an officer was found to have an outstanding $10K misdemeanor/vehicle tampering warrant, held by Berkeley Police, for his arrest. The officer placed the subject under arrest for the warrant, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into the county jail for the warrant.
A subject detained by officers for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding $260K felony DUI warrant, held by the Contra Costa County Sherriff’s Office, for his arrest. The officers placed the subject under arrest for the warrant without incident, and a sergeant responded to debrief the subject and approve the arrest. The subject was issued citation for fare evasion and then booked into the county jail for the warrant.
Performing routine patrol, a BART Officer saw a suspect blocking the free movement of patrons. The suspect has been contacted for this violation numerous times. The suspect also had 12 miscellaneous warrants out of San Francisco totaling $7000.00. A Sgt approved the arrest. The suspect was booked into the San Francisco County Jail.
An officer contacted the suspect for fare evasion. A records check revealed the suspect had three outstanding warrants. The warrants were confirmed and the suspect was placed under arrest. The first warrant was out of Oakland PD for $15,000 charging prostitution; the second warrant was out of San Jose PD for $20,000 charging commercialized sex; and the third warrant was out of San Bernadino PD for $70,000 charging commercialized sex. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The suspect was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on two of the warrants. The suspect was also cited for the warrant out of San Bernadino PD (cite & release only) and for the fare evasion violation.
An officer contacted the suspect for fare evasion. A records check revealed the suspect was on court probation out of BART PD prohibiting him from using BART, unless on lawful business. Due to the suspect fare evading, the officer deemed the suspect was not on lawful business and placed him under arrest for violation of the court order. A sergeant arrived to approve the arrest and debrief the suspect. The suspect was also cited for the fare evasion violation before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for the court order violation.
A female victim reported that she was being stalked by a male suspect on the Daly City bound train approaching the station. Responding officers located the victim and suspect on the lead car of the train. The victim reported that the suspect was a client at a homeless shelter where the victim worked and that he had been bothering her for several days. This evening, the suspect followed her into a bathroom, locked the door and began to take his pants down. The victim screamed and her co-workers intervened. The suspect was banned from the shelter, but apparently followed the victim to Coliseum Station and boarded the same train. The suspect was arrested for stalking and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A citizen reported that a male suspect was masturbating near the street elevator. Officers responded and observed the man in the act. He was arrested for committing a lewd act in public. The suspect was issued a citation for the violation and a prohibition order.
An off-duty female BART train operator/victim reported being spat upon by a male subject whom she also saw urinating between train cars. Officers responded to the station and detained the male subject without incident. A warrants’ check of the subject revealed an outstanding BART Police infraction warrant, with a bail amount of $708.00, for his arrest; he was also found to be on active court probation. Subsequently, the victim placed the subject under citizen’s arrest for battering her and urinating on the train. The officers took custody of the subject, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief of the subject. The subject was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the county jail for battery, urinating in public, and violation of probation.
Two female victims reported that a male suspect seated in the bus zone followed them toward the station and attempted to speak with them while masturbating. The victims contacted an officer who was on patrol in the station and pointed out the suspect. The victims made a citizen's arrest and the man was taken into custody. Incident to arrest, a quantity of prescription narcotics was found on the man's person. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for indecent exposure and possession of narcotics.
An officer contacted a female subject aboard a train whom the station agent reported as having fare evaded. After several (verbal) attempts to persuade the subject from the train, the officer attempted to place the subject in a control hold, but she resisted. A brief struggle ensued and the officer managed to safely place the subject under arrest. The station agent responded and placed the subject under citizen’s arrest for fare evasion. A sergeant also responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. Subsequently, the subject was issued a citation for fare evasion and booked into county jail for resisting arrest. No injuries were sustained by the officer or the subject.
A male subject detained by an officer for selling without a permit and a smoking violation was found to have two outstanding “no bail” felony warrants, held by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, for narcotics and sex registrant violations. The officer placed the subject under arrest for the warrants and, upon searching his property, found he was also in possession of narcotics altered BART tickets. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was issued a prohibition before being booked into the county jail for the warrants, possession of narcotics for sale, possessing a narcotic and for possessing altered fare media.
Officers attempted to detain two Hispanic males for fare evasion, but both suspects fled to the streets. Officers searched the area and were eventually able to apprehend both suspects. One suspect was in possession of a quantity of suspected marijuana, packaged for sale. Both suspects were found to be juveniles. They were ultimately issued citations and released to their parents.
A patron on board the Richmond bound train reported that a male suspect was acting erratically. Officers responded and contacted the man. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding no-bail arrest warrant for probation violation, held by the Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office. The man was arrested on his warrant and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Patrons on board the Pittsburg train reported that a male suspect was threatening them. An officer intercepted the train at Walnut Creek Station and located the suspect. Two victims made citizen's arrest of the man for disturbing the peace. The suspect resisted being taken into custody and attempted to walk away. The suspect was arrested after a brief struggle. He was ultimately booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for disturbing the peace and resisting arrest. He was also cited for fare evasion.
A sergeant and an officer responded to the station regarding two subjects having fare evaded. As the sergeant arrived in the main bus zone he saw a male suspect strike another male, and then run north bound through the bus zone. The sergeant chased after the suspect and, with the assistance of the officer, managed to take the suspect into custody after a brief struggle. Shortly after the arrest, the victim of the battery arrived and reported being robbed of his wallet and iPhone by the suspect and a second male suspect. The second suspect was taken into custody shortly thereafter, at the scene. A detective responded and interviewed both suspects, and a lieutenant responded to perform the use of force investigation. Subsequently, the suspects were issued prohibition orders and fare evasion citations before being booked into the county jail for robbery and conspiracy. The primary suspect was additionally booked for resisting arrest and probation violation. The victim, who complained of pain as a result of the battery, declined medical attention at the scene. Lastly, the victim managed to regain his wallet, but officers were unable to locate and/or track his iPhone.
A male subject detained by an officer for fare evasion ran away from the detention scene. The officer performed an area search for the subject and, while doing so, learned the subject was wanted for an outstanding $10K misdemeanor battery warrant, held by the Oakland Police Department. Shortly after learning of the warrant, the officer located the subject several blocks from the station and took him into custody without incident. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. The subject was then reprimanded for fare evasion and booked into the county jail for resisting arrest, providing a false identity to the officer and the outstanding warrant.
Officers attempted to detain a female subject for fare evasion. The subject, however, ran away and made her way to street level where an officer used force to place her under arrest for resisting arrest. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject, in addition to performing the use of force investigation. While in custody, the subject complained of knee pain and paramedics were summoned. Paramedics tended to the subject, but she declined further medical attention. The subject was then booked into the county jail for fare evasion and resisting arrest.
While on patrol, an officer detained a male subject for smoking while on the station’s platform level. A subsequent wants/warrants’ check revealed the subject was on active probation and subject to a search of his person. The officer searched the subject, pursuant to the search clause, and found that he was in possession of a narcotic and narcotics-related paraphernalia; the officer then arrested the subject for possession the items. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and debrief the subject. Subsequently, the subject was issued a citation for the smoking violation before being booked into the county jail for the narcotic(s) violations. 1408-0722 L21/L10