A male, Lonnie Aston Anthony GEORGE II (Hayward, 20 years old), was taken into custody after he resisted the detention of an officer who was investigating a possible bicycle theft. GEORGE was booked into Berkeley PD jail.
A male victim reported that two male juveniles stole his laptop while aboard a train, before they fled from the station. Officers searched for the suspects, and eventually detained one suspect after a foot pursuit. The victim positively identified the detained suspect who was then placed under arrest for conspiracy and resisting arrest; the laptop was not recovered. The suspect was then booked into the county’s Juvenile Hall.
An adult male (John DOE) was contacted at the station for causing a disturbance. The suspect was uncooperative and was arrested on multiple charges. He was booked into the Martinez Jail where his identity will be confirmed.
Cameron Epes (21 years, San Leandro) was detained for fare evasion. His female companion, Terriss Ricks (20 years, Castro Valley) battered officers, before she and Epes were taken into custody. Ricks was booked into the county jail for battering officers, resisting arrest and she was issued a prohibition order. Epes was issued a citation and released.
Antoinae Austin (23 years old, Modesto) was arrested after she refused to off board a bus. Austin falsely identified herself, threatened officers, resisted arrest and vandalized a police vehicle.
Officer contacted Tyrenee Bovina (25 years old) for fare evasion. Bovina refused to leave the station and struggled with the officer when he tried to place her in handcuffs. Bovina was arrested for fare evasion and resisting arrest.
A motorist reported that a male suspect attempted to enter her vehicle while she was driving through the parking structure. Responding BART and Walnut Creek PD officers ultimately detained the suspect (Lowell LIGON, 27, Berkeley) near the parking structure. Ligon resisted being detained and had to be forcibly taken into custody. Ligon was transported to County Hospital for treatment of a minor injury and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for resisting arrest.
Lazarus Chavez (32 years old, Oakland) was arrested for public intoxication, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia and an illegal knife. Chavez was booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
Officers responded to the Richmond Station regarding a subject trying to get into the fenced construction area. An officer located Victor Araujo (32 years old, Oakland) who matched the description given. Araujo was detained and a records check revealed Araujo had a no-bail felony warrant. Araujo ran from the officers, a brief foot pursuit ensued and officers were able to apprehend Araujo. Araujo was arrested on the warrant and resisting arrest.
Nathan Mayers was detained for fare evasion. Mayers became uncooperative and walked away from officers, who were able to take control of him. It was discovered that Mayers was in violation of a court order which prohibited him from being within 100 yards of all BART locations. Mayers was arrested and transported to the county jail.
Officers attempted to detain a male suspect for investigation of possible domestic violence. The male (Adrian SMITH, 24, Antioch) was uncooperative and had to be physically restrained. Officer determined that the domestic violence report was unfounded, but Smith was booked at the SF County Jail for resisting arrest.
Officers placed a male (Chris Espinoza, 29 years, Oakland) under arrest for public intoxication, battery on an officer and resisting arrest. Espinoza was booked into a local jail and was issued a prohibition order.
Officers were flagged down by a bus driver about an unruly passenger (Daniel Kim, 20 years, Los Angeles). The bus driver placed him under citizen's arrest for interfering with the business operation (delaying the bus, refusing to off-board) and he resisted arrest. He was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the interfering and resisting charges.
Officers contacted an adult male (Robert Saffold, 29 years, Oakland) for fare evasion and the male physically resisted being detained. He was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for resisting arrest and a probation violation.
Officers observed Donald Fosselman (53 years old,Oakley) fare evade. When officers called out to Fosselman, he walked to a payphone, pick up the receiver and slammed it down on the cradle shattering the receiver. Officers tried to make contact with Fosselman, but he ran. Fosselman was apprehended and arrested for fare evasion, vandalism, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A station agent called to report a male making threats toward her. An officer tried to contact the male, but he ran. He was eventually detained and found to be too intoxicated to care for himself. The station agent did not wish to pursue a complaint for the threats, so the male (Steven Lewis, 28 years) was booked for public intoxication and resisting arrest.
Officers were dispatched to investigate a possible domestic dispute aboard a Richomond bound train. The train was held at the Fremont Station. Upon the officers arrival, a female suspect had a male passenger in a head lock. Officers tried to intervene, however the suspect became combative (kicking, scratching, etc.) towards the officers. Officers used a taser to subdue the suspect after a brief struggle. The male passenger fled from the train and was not located. It was determined that the suspect was in need of a mental health evaluation. Upon being medically cleared the suspect will be issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the County Jail for resisting arrest and battery on an officer.
Patrons reported a male, Gregory Piere (56 years old), had thrown his bike on to the track way at the 16th Street BART Station and then jumped down onto the tracks. Piere left the station prior to the officers arriving and went to the plaza on the street level. Paramedics arrived to assist Piere, however he became upset and agitated. When officers tried to speak with Piere he began acting erractic and a struggle ensued. Piere was arrested for public intoxication, battery on an officer and resisting arrest. Piere was also issued a prohibition order. TSOC was notified.
Two male juveniles (15 and 16 years old) were arguing with an adult male on a Warm Springs train. The juvenile suspects battered the adult victim and attempted to flee from the Lake Merritt Station. Both were apprehended after short foot pursuits. The juvenile suspects were placed under arrest for battery on a transit patron and resisting arrest. Both were issued Prohibition Orders and booked at the Alameda County Juvenile Hall.
A man had taken another man’s iPhone while on the train. When the victim demanded his phone, the suspect threatened the victim with bodily harm and smashed the phone. The suspect later resisted officers while being taken into custody. The officers received minor injuries but needed no medical treatment. The suspect was placed under arrest for robbery, resisting arrest, and providing false identification to the officers.
Mark Stewart (49 years old, Richmond) was detained for fare evasion at the Hayward Station. Stewart provided a false name and then resisted the officer as he attempted to take him into custody. Stewart was taken into custody after a brief struggle. Stewart was arrested for battery on a peace officer, resisting arrest and a probation violation. Stewart was issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Santa Rita Jail.