Officers detained a male suspect for aggressively panhandling at the station. During the detention, the suspect refused to identify himself to the officers. As the officers then attempted to place him in handcuffs, the suspect physically resisted their efforts so physical force was used to place him in handcuffs – and under arrest for failing to identity himself and resisting arrest. A sergeant responded to perform the use of force investigation. While in the station’s police office, the suspect was positively identified and found to have a non-extraditable resisting arrest warrant, out of the state of Florida, for his arrest. Subsequently, the suspect was booked into the county jail for panhandling and resisting arrest. Neither the officers nor the suspect were injured during this incident.
An officer detained a female suspect for fare evasion. Record checks showed that she had an outstanding $15,000 arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by Berkeley PD. The woman was arrested on her warrant and booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Officers were called to the station for a report of a male and a female involved in a domestic dispute. When officers arrived, they contacted both parties on the platform and a witness at the agent's booth. No one saw any physical altercation and no one was willing to make a criminal complaint. The male half of the dispute had fare evaded in and was cited and told he would need to buy a ticket if he wished to ride. The male refused and said he was going to enter the system and ride without paying. He then fare evaded back into the system in front of the officers. He was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for misdemeanor fare evasion (likely to continue). 1512-2960,
A male was reported to be acting erratically in the station. He was throwing pamphlets and taking his clothing off. Responding officers located the man on the platform and determined he was a danger to himself. The man resisted being detained for evaluation, but was taken into custody after a short struggle. The man was transported by ambulance to Valley Care hospital for evaluation and treatment.
Officers detained a male suspect for fare evasion. Record checks showed that the man had two outstanding arrest warrants: $20,000 for vandalism, held by the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office; and $10,000 for public intoxication, held by Livermore PD. The man was cited for fare evasion and booked at the SF County Jail on his outstanding warrants.
Patrons on board the Dublin bound train reported that a black female with braids was verbally harassing patrons and forcing them to move out of their seats. Officers intercepted the train and located the female. Record checks showed that the woman was on probation out of BART PD for battery, and as a condition of probation, was to stay away from all BART stations. She was arrested for violation of a court order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
Officers contacted a male to check on his welfare. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant for disturbing the peace, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. The man was arrested on his warrant and booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
An officer detained a male suspect for fare evasion. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $50,000 arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by Gilroy PD. The man was arrested for his warrant. A search incident to arrest revealed burglary tools on the man's person. The man was booked at Santa Rita Jail for his warrant and possession of burglary tools.
An officer saw a male suspect fare evade into the paid area of the station and detained him. The officer soon learned that less than one hour before, the suspect had been issued a citation for the same violation. The officer then placed the suspect under arrest for the misdemeanor violation, as likely to continue, and a sergeant approved the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the violation.
Officer were dispatched to investigate a report of a subject on a Millbrae bound train that was causing a disturbance and appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. On arrival, the officers located the suspect and determined that he was the subject of two stay away orders from all BART stations. The suspect was arrested for the violation of both court orders and booked into jail. There were no witnesses who came forward to make a complaint on the original report of disruptive behavior.
Officers detained two males for drinking in public. Record checks showed that one of the men had an outstanding $2,500 arrest warrant for possession of narcotics paraphernalia, held by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. The first male was identified and released at the scene. The man with the warrant was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
An officer was dispatched to investigate a report of a man following a woman on a train. The officer located a subject matching the suspect’s description and detained him. A warrant check revealed that the suspect was in violation of a court order to stay away from all BART stations. The reporting party declined to provide any further information and the suspect was arrested and booked for violating a court order.
An officer attempted to detain a male suspect to investigate an apparent fare evasion violation. The man refused to cooperate and the officer had to use force to complete the detention. The investigation determined that the man had not actually evaded fare payment. The man was cited for resisting/obstructing an officer and released at the scene.
Officers detained a male suspect for fare evasion. The man could not verify his identity, so officers searched his person for identification. In the course of the search, they located altered BART tickets and the tools and supplies necessary to forge fare media, as well as a crack pipe. The man was arrested for forging fare media and possession of narcotics paraphernalia and was cited for fare evasion. He was booked at the San Francisco County Jail.
Officers contacted an adult male suspect inside the station for an open container violation. The officers conducted a records check and found the suspect to have a total of four outstanding warrants. The first two were felony warrants from the Alameda County Sheriff's Office charging sex registrant violations. The first had a bail amount of $510,000 and the second was a no bail. The third and fourth warrants were from San Francisco PD charging assault, with a bail amount of $10,000 and the fourth a traffic violation with a bail amount of $385. All of the warrants were confirmed. The suspect was booked into the SF County Jail on the listed warrants. The suspect was not cited for the open container violation. The zone sergeant approved the arrest.
An officer was on routine patrol at the station when the on-duty station agent alerted the officer to an adult male suspect who had just fare evaded into the station. The officer detained the suspect. The suspect failed to provide his full name and the officer was unable to confirm his identity. During the detention, the suspect attempted to walk away from the officer. The officer placed the suspect into a control hold in order to place him into handcuffs. The officer was able to get the suspect's left wrist into a cuff, but the suspect refused to place his right hand behind his back. The officer applied slight, but direct pressure to the suspect's left wrist in order to gain compliance. The suspect eventually placed his right hand behind his back and was handcuffed without further incident. The suspect eventually provided his entire name and his identity was confirmed. The suspect complained of pain to his left wrist and experiencing chest pains. The suspect advised the officer that he had been shot previously in his wrist and upper torso on a previous and unrelated incident. As a precaution, medical was called to evaluate the suspect. Fremont fire responded and suggested the suspect be transported to a hospital for observation for his symptoms. The suspect refused any medical treatment or advice to be taken to a hospital. Because of suspect's medical condition, the suspect was released on a citation for the above listed charges. The zone sergeant responded to conduct the use of force investigation.
Patrons on board the San Francisco bound train reported two males drinking in public. The suspects were detained. Both suspects were cited for possession of open containers. Record checks showed that one man had an outstanding $15,000 arrest warrant for battery and public intoxication, held by Alameda PD. The suspect with the warrant was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
An officer attempted to detain a male suspect after seeing him fare evade from the paid area. The suspect, however, declined to comply with the officer’s verbal order(s) to stop and submit himself to a detention as he walked to street level and entered a waiting vehicle. There, the officer managed to detain the suspect as assisting officers responded and eventually arrived. Criminal and BART Police contact history checks of the suspect revealed he was on active probation for possession of stolen property, in addition to fifteen (15) previous police contacts for fare evasion. At this point, the officer placed the suspect under arrest for resisting/delaying a police officer, misdemeanor fare evasion and probation violation. A sergeant approved the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the violations.
Patrons on board the Dublin bound train reported that a black male was creating a disturbance by yelling at patrons on the train. Officers located the man and determined that he had a stay-away order from all BART stations as a condition of his probation. The man was also determined to be intoxicated. The man was arrested and booked at the San Francisco County Jail for probation violation and public intoxication.
Officers responded to a report of a man acting erratically on the platform. Officers located the man and detained him without incident. There were no complainants for any crime, but record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant for trespassing, held by Burlingame PD. The man was arrested on his warrant and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A male subject detained by an officer for fare evasion was found to have two outstanding misdemeanor traffic and narcotics related warrants, held by the Alameda County Sherriff’s Office and totaling $20K in bail amount, for his arrest. The officer placed the subject under arrest for the warrants; and a sergeant approved the arrest. The subject was issued a citation for fare evasion before being booked into the county jail for the warrants.
An officer detained a male for fare evasion. The male resisted the detention, but was taken into custody after a brief struggle. The man was cited for fare evasion and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting arrest.
A male suspect detained by officers for fare evasion was found to have an outstanding $20K misdemeanor theft warrant, held by San Francisco Police, for his arrest. The officers placed the suspect under arrest for the warrant, and a sergeant responded to approve the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the warrant.
An officer detained a male suspect whom the station agent recognized as having an active prohibition order prohibiting him from BART property. The officer confirmed the prohibition order’s validity and placed the suspect under arrest for the violation. A sergeant responded and approved the arrest. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for the prohibition order violation.
Officers detained an adult male suspect for an infraction violation while on the station’s aerial (#2) platform. During the detention, the suspect attempted to flee from the officers by climbing onto a nearby ledge. The officers used physical force to partially restrain the suspect, but his physical resistance continued as he simultaneously reached for his waist band area and discharged a concealed handgun; causing a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his lower torso. Nearly simultaneous to the suspect’s gun discharging, one of the officers discharged their Taser and struck the suspect. Medical personnel responded to the station and transported the suspect to the hospital for further medical attention. Multiple officers, sergeants and a lieutenant responded to the scene. Crime Scene Technicians, Trauma Response Team Members, and a Video Recovery Officer responded as well. As of this writing, the suspect’s condition is critical but stable. As a result of this incident, the station was closed for approximately 2.5 hours. TSOC notified (TSA 09-22646-15).