An adult female contacted for fare evasion was found to have a $15,000 Oakland theft warrant for her arrest. The suspect was interviewed by officers before being cited for the fare evasion and booked at Santa Rita Jail for the warrant.
A BART Police Officer arrested a male suspect for pulling and slapping his girlfriend in the face. The female suffered a minor laceration to the neck but declined medical. The Zone 1 Sergeant conducted an interview with the suspect to determine if he knew of any criminal activity pertaining to BART. The suspect was booked at Glen Dyer Jail in Oakland.
A known suspect was spotted in the station via CCTV, despite having an active stay away order. The suspect was also reported to have committed a battery on another known suspect at the station. The suspect fled on foot after spotting arriving BART Officers. An area check was performed for the suspect, but met with negative results. The victim/suspect of the battery declined to press charges.
A suspect struck a female victim, over the head with a glass bottle, after she refused to give him some money. The victim said the suspect was a Black male, approximately thirty one years of age, 5’9, 135 pounds, bald, wearing a tan jacket, and navy blue jeans. The suspect fled the area towards the Walgreen’s Store on Castro Valley Blvd. BART Police responded and performed an area check but met with negative results. The victim suffered a non life threatening injury and was transported by paramedics to Eden Hospital. The victim says she could positively identify the suspect. 1102-0741 L19 UPDATE: 2/6/11 0003 hrs. Alameda County Sheriff's Deputies detained an individual in the City of Castro Valley who matched the description of the assault suspect. BART Officers soon took control of the individual and performed an in-field/hospital identification with the victim. The victim positively identified the suspect as the responsible and he was arrested for the assault. In a subsequent interview, performed by a sergeant, the suspect admitted to assaulting the victim with an alcoholic beverage bottle after being insulted by the victim. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for the assault; the victim was due to be released from the hospital later in the morning. L22
An adult male became visibly upset with a pair of juvenile aboard a Dublin/Pleasanton train. The adult male slapped one of the juveniles across the face. One of the juveniles swung a belt at the male adult in self defense, to keep him away. BART Police Officers intercepted the train at West Oakland Station and took the suspect into custody for battery. The suspect invoked his Miranda Rights and knew of no criminal activity related to BART. The suspect was booked at Glen Dyer Jail in Oakland.
The suspect, in this case, was contacted for smoking inside the free area of the station. The suspect had two outstanding misdemeanor warrants from Alameda, and San Mateo Counties for drunk in public violations. The suspect was taken into custody; however he claimed to be having a seizure. Paramedics were summoned and the suspect was transported to a nearby medical facility. The warrants were unconfirmed.
A suspect, believed to be inebriated, was challenging patrons to fight at the station. BART Police Officers responded, and contacted the suspect in the parking lot. The suspect was taken into custody for being drunk in public and booked at Glen Dyer Jail in Oakland.
Patrons reported that there was a suspect aboard a San Francisco bound train masturbating. The suspect off boarded at Orinda Station and was later detained by BART Police Officers. The victims in this case declined to press charges. The suspect was taken into custody for being drunk in public and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. One of the victims was identified by officers.
A female victim called 911 and reported that a Black male, twenty to thirty years old, wearing a white t-shirt, and blue jeans, snatched her phone from her hand and fled in an unknown direction. BART Police Officers responded to the scene and performed an area check, but met with negative results for the victim, and the suspect.
A suspect contacted by a BART Police Officer, for fare evasion, came back with a “no bail” narcotics warrant out of San Mateo County. The suspect was taken into custody and interviewed by the zone sergeant to determine if the suspect had any knowledge of criminal activity relating to BART. The suspect was booked at the county jail in Martinez.
An off-duty Berkeley police sergeant reported that she had observed a 36-year-old man engaging in lewd conduct in the parking lot beneath the trackway. The suspect was masturbating beneath his clothing as women and children passed. The suspect was arrested for lewd conduct and booked at the Alameda Co. Jail.
The station agent and a female suspect became involved in a fare dispute. The suspect spit on the station agent’s hand and proceeded to board a San Francisco bound train. BART Police Officers intercepted the train at Pleasant Hill Station and detained the suspect. The station agent responded and placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest for battery. The decision was approved by the Watch Commander to cite and release the suspect since she was accompanied by an infant.
A BART Police Officer on routine patrol of the station contacted two male juveniles for being in possession of two bottles of whiskey. While performing a search of one suspect the officer located a replica handgun. Pittsburg Police was contacted to ascertain if the two suspects were related to any crimes in the area. The two juveniles were later identified as the suspects in an armed robbery that had occurred at a nearby Safeway. Pittsburg Police took custody of the suspects and assumed responsibility for the robbery investigation that had occurred in their jurisdiction.
BART Police Officers contacted a male subject, aboard a Fremont bound train, who was reportedly acting very unstable. Officers determined that the subject was in need of psychiatric attention. A psychiatric hold was placed on the subject and medical personnel transported him to a local medical facility for further treatment.
Officers detained a female suspect who was reportedly disturbing passengers on-board a Dublin/Pleasanton train. A subsequent wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed a no-bail auto theft warrant out of San Francisco Superior Court. The suspect was then arrested and booked into the county jail for the warrant.
A female patron who claimed to have a problem with her eyesight walked off the platform and fell onto the track way. A patron who witnessed the incident assisted the injured woman back on the platform. The woman suffered non- life threatening injuries and was transported by paramedics to a local hospital. The BART Police Officer who interviewed the woman determined she wasn’t a danger to herself.
A 24-year-old man was contacted for panhandling at the ticket machines. He was arrested and booked into the San Francisco jail after he was determined to be in violation of a court order barring him from all BART stations.
A 46-year-old man aboard a Fremont train was challenging passengers to fight and was smoking. Officers arrested the suspect after determining that he had $70,000 in outstanding warrants for public intoxication, burglary, and theft out of Alameda and San Francisco counties.
A subject contacted the station agent reporting that voices were telling him to jump in front of a train. BART Police Officers arrived and determined that the subject was in need of a psychiatric evaluation. The subject was taken by medical personnel to the county hospital in Martinez for further treatment and observation.
The station agent reported a subject at the station who appeared to be intoxicated and smelled of alcohol. BART Police Officers responded to the station and contacted the subject. The subject was arrested and booked at the San Francisco County Jail for being drunk in public.
A victim reported to the station agent that he was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot. The victim stated that a Black male 5’08, slim build, light skin, approximately forty six years old, wearing a red cap and coat produced a small black revolver handgun and demanded the victim’s wallet and cell phone. The suspect threatened to shoot the victim in the head. The victim said the suspect usually hangs out in the area of 69th and 70th Avenues at the 65th projects. BART Police Officers responded and did a check of the area but met with negative results. The victim says he can positively identify the suspect, who appeared to be under the influence of drugs during the robbery, and is a “regular” at the station. A notification was made to TSOC.
BART Police Officers responded to the station after the hotdog vendor reported that a male subject physically attacked him. Officers detained the suspect and he was positively identified. The hotdog vendor complained of pain to his back but declined medical attention. The suspect was arrested and booked at the Santa Rita Jail for battery.
The California Highway Patrol received reports that someone was possibly firing a BB or Pellet gun onto the east bound 580 Freeway from the top of the Dublin/Pleasanton Station’s platform or parking structure. Numerous victims called 911 reporting their vehicles being struck. BART Police along with Dublin and Pleasanton Police performed a search of the structure and the immediate area but met with negative results. A California Highway Patrol helicopter also performed an aerial security check but failed to locate any suspect(s). There were no reported injuries. TSOC was notified of the incident.
A patron reported to the station agent at Lafayette Station that there was a White male, forty to fifty years old, brownish gray hair, wearing a light brown jacket and transient looking, aboard a Concord bound train threatening to use a forty five caliber hand gun. BART Police Officers responded and performed a search of the train that was held at Pleasant Hill Station. Officers didn’t locate the subject. The train was held at the station for approximately eighteen minutes.