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.
A subject contacted the agent at Daly City Station reporting that he was being followed by three gang members that wanted to kill him. The agent reported that the subject appeared to be paranoid. The subject was requesting a ride to his house from the BART station. A BART Police Officer arrived and contacted the subject who had over forty thousand dollars in vehicle code warrants. The suspect was taken into custody and booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
Officers responded to the station to investigate a report of two men fighting on a train. A witness reported that one of the men had said that he was armed with a gun. Officers located and detained the involved men, but no weapon was located. The dispute was determined to be verbal and both men were released with a warning for disruptive behavior.
Officers on train patrol observed an adult male suspect passed out on a train. The officers recognized the suspect as a person who had a stay-away order from BART. The suspect was arrested and booked for public intoxication and for a violation of the stay-away order.
Officers saw an adult male suspect jump the fare gates to enter the system. The suspect was detained and the officers discovered that the suspect was wanted on a $25,000 warrant for theft. The suspect was arrested and booked.
An officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion and discovered that the suspect was wanted on a $20,000 misdemeanor warrant for assault. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked for the warrant.
A female victim at the Castro Valley Station reported that she was the victim of an indecent exposure violation. The victim stated that she was aboard a Dublin bound train as it approached Fruitvale Station. The victim saw a Black male, who appeared to be in his teens, wearing all red clothing masturbating his exposed penis in the seat across the aisle from her. When the train arrived at Fruitvale the suspect covered himself with his jacket and off boarded the train. An area check was performed by a BART Police officer but met with negative results.
BART Police Officers responded to a report of a fight in the Hallidie Plaza between multiple parties. Upon arrival they located a victim who had suffered a non life threatening knife wound to his right hand. The victim pointed out a possible suspect that officers detained inside of the BART Station’s 5th and Market hallway corridor. No weapon was recovered however the suspect did have blood on his clothing. The suspect and the victim were turned over to the San Francisco Police Department for further investigation of the incident.
BPD Officers were detailed to the station regarding an argument between a station agent and a male subject over fare evasion. On arrival, officers discovered the station agent had earlier observed the subject fare-evade out of the paid area, and then argue with the agent after being confronted for committing the infraction. At one point during the argument, the station agent told the subject to leave the station, but he refused. During his detention, Officers found the subject to be intoxicated and unable to care for his safety or the safety of others, in addition to obstructing a public agency. Subsequently, the subject was booked at the county jail for the listed charges.
Officers contacted an adult female who was passed out in the bus zone. Officers determined that the woman, who was unable to care for her own safety due to intoxication, was wanted on a no-bail warrant for domestic violence and was also in possession of suspected narcotics. The suspect was arrested and booked for the warrant and cited for the narcotics.
The station agent reported a female screaming uncontrollably in the station. BART Police Officers arrived and contacted the subject. Officers determined that the female was in need of psychiatric attention. A psychiatric hold was placed on the subject and she was transported to Peninsula Hospital by paramedics for further treatment.
A BART Police Canine Officer on viewed a physical altercation between two taxi cab drivers. The officer was able to separate the suspects and take both of them into custody. One taxi cab driver sustained injuries as a result of the fist fight with his fellow taxi cab driver. The injured taxi cab driver was transported to Washington Hospital where he was treated and eventually cited and released for the battery violation. The other involved cab driver was arrested and booked at Santa Rita Jail for battery.
A BART Police Sergeant was flagged down regarding a battery that had occurred at a Denny’s restaurant on 150th Ave in San Leandro. The suspect was described as a Black male wearing all black clothing and carrying a black backpack. The sergeant performed an area check for the suspect but met with negative results. The case was turned over to Alameda County Sheriff.
A chronic panhandler was identified by the station agent. Although cooperative when the officer initially contacted him, the suspect became uncooperative and attempted to snatch his identification from the officer. The officer attempted to place the suspect in a control hold, but the suspect violently resisted. The suspect attempted to remove the officer's baton from his equipment belt. The suspect was eventually subdued with the help of a citizen ride-along who was with the officer. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail for panhandling, resisting arrest and attempted removal of a weapon.
A BART Police Officer contacted a suspect for fare evasion at the station. The suspect had an outstanding "no cite" five thousand dollar warrant for drunk driving. The suspect was taken into custody and booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
Officers contacted a suspect at the station for fare evasion. The suspect had a no bail warrant out of Clackamas County Oregon for violation of “Family Offenses”. The suspect was taken into custody and booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
Officers were dispatched to West Oakland Station regarding a battery in progress aboard a Millbrae train. No victims came forward however the officers did locate a subject matching the suspect’s description. The officers determined that the subject was in need of a psychiatric evaluation. A psychiatric hold was placed on the subject and he was transported by paramedics to John George Hospital for further treatment and observation.
An individual called dispatch reporting that he was suicidal. BART Police Officers responded and contacted the subject who had an outstanding “no bail” Department of Corrections warrant. The subject was taken into custody and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
BART Police Officers responded to a possible domestic violence call. The male subject was detained in the Barrett parking lot and the female was located by Richmond Police in the immediate area. It was determined that the incident had occurred in Richmond’s jurisdiction.