Patrons reported a male attacking another male after trying to take the victim's cell phone. Officers located the suspect after he tried to leave the area and he was identified by the victim. The suspect (Reuben Mitchell, 27 years, Oakland) had an $80,000 warrant for assault and a $5,000 warrant for violation of a court order. He was issued a prohibition order and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for attempted robbery and the warrants. The victim sustained minor injuries.
A victim reported a man pointed a gun at her and demanded her backpack while in the bus zone. After taking the backpack, the suspect threw the backpack and then fled from the station. The victim’s boyfriend pursued the suspect with negative results. There were no injuries and the backpack was recovered. The suspect was described as a Black male wearing a blue sweater and a white hat.
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.
While on train, a victim had his $700 iPhone 7S slapped out of his hand and immediately taken by a male as the train approached the station. The suspect fled from the station by jumping over a wall, and was in the company of two other males who did not participate in the robbery. The suspect was described as an 18-year-old Black male wearing saggy jeans and a dark jacket.
A male suspect tried to grab the backpack of a female victim. The victim was able to keep her backpack and other citizens were able to detain the suspect until officers arrived. The suspect was determined to be in need of psychiatric evaluation, so he was transported for evaluation with a criminal hold for attempted robbery. He will be booked once he is cleared.
A victim reported that a male suspect (Unknown race, 59", thin, black hoodie) tried to grab her cell phone as their Warm Springs bound train arrived at the 19th Street Station in Oakland. As he tried to flee the train, the victim was able to grab him and struggled with him to get the phone back. The victim was able to get the phone back and the suspect fled out of the station. The victim was not injured and the suspect was not located.
A patron on a Warm Springs bound train reported that a male suspect punched him and stole his backpack, containing a laptop computer. The suspect later threw the bag back on the train and the victim recovered his property. The suspect fled in an unknown direction and was not located by responding officers.
A female victim reported that a male suspect (BM, 25-35 years, 6', med build, black sweat suit) approached her as she was walking away from her vehicle to the station. The male, who was holding a large wrench, grabbed her arm to stop her and demanded her property. When she handed over her purse and keys, the suspect immediately used the keys to enter the vehicle and drive away. The victim was not injured and the suspect was not located by responding officers.
A victim reported that he was robbed of cash on Market Street, by a suspect who punched him in the face. Officers located the suspect at 7th & Market Streets and detained him. The investigation was turned over to SFPD.
Numerous passengers reported a male suspect trying to take a phone from a female victim and an ensuing physical struggle for the phone. The victim was able to retain possession of the phone and the suspect was later determined to have fled on a train. He was subsequently detained at the West Oakland Station. The victim responded and identified him as the person who tried to take her phone. The suspect (Anthony Layton, 19 years old, Vacaville) was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for an outstanding $10,000 theft warrant and for attempted robbery. The victim was not injured during the crime. Another male (Ezekiel Addison, 19 years old, San Francisco) who was originally detained, but physically resisted the detention, was not identified by the victim as being involved in the robbery, but he was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for resisting/delaying an officer.
A male victim reported being robbed while standing on the sidewalk near the bus zone by a man who pointed a gun at him and took his wallet. The suspect, who fled from the area, was wearing a hooded sweater with yellow writing in the front. There were no injuries.
A female victim reported that she was robbed at gunpoint by two black male suspects in the west parking lot. One suspect was described as wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, with his face covered by a bandana. Both suspects fled on foot toward Hesperian Boulevard, and were not located during an area search. The victim was not injured.
Officers contacted a male for fare evasion. The juvenile falsely identified himself. It was later discovered that the male was a missing person, had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant, and in possession of stolen property that was connected to a robbery from 9/28/17. The juvenile will be transported to Juvenile Hall.
A victim reported that two suspects (Black males, 18 years old, black hoodies) attempted to batter him and take his cell phone. The victim defended himself and was able to retain his phone. The suspects fled the scene on foot.
A male asked a vendor for change and struck the vendor when he opened his cash register, causing minor injury. The suspect was not able to remove cash from the cash register. The suspect fled and responding officers attempted to locate him but with negative results.
A suspect grabbed a victim's backpack and fled off a Richmond bound train that was stopped at the Embarcadero Station. The victim chased after the suspect, caught him and recovered their property but was battered by the suspect. The suspect fled before police arrived.
The on-duty station agent reported that a male suspect (Black male, 50s, light blue long sleeve shirt, black and white plaid shorts, black shoes, short afro, slim build) became upset and battered her at the Rockridge Station. The suspect then took the victim’s work bag and fled the scene. Officers searched the area for the suspect with negative results.
The victim was asleep on a Pittsburg-bound train at the station when he awoke to find the suspect rifling through his backpack. The victim confronted the suspect who then began punching and kicking the victim. The victim off-boarded while the suspect remained on the train. An officer arrived and arrested the suspect after the victim positively identified him. The victim was transported to an area hospital for minor injuries. The suspect was booked into the Redwood City Jail for attempted robbery and issued a Prohibition Order. Train car video was requested.
The victim was on board a Fremont bound train between the Hayward and South Hayward Stations, when the suspect approached her, produced a black semi-automatic handgun, and demanded the victim's purse. The suspect took the victim's purse and according to a witness, off-boarded the train when it reached the South Hayward Station. The suspect was described as a Black male, 20-30 yrs, wearing a black beanie, black sweatshirt and black sweatpants. An area check for the suspect was conducted with negative results. The victim was not injured. Train car and station video will be requested.
Victim was seated in front of the station when a black male adult attempted to punch her while grabbing her cellular phone from her hand. The suspect was able to take the cellular phone from her hands and fled into the station. It is believed the suspect boarded a Warm Springs bound train and fled the area. The suspect was unable to be located by the responding officers. Report taken.
A male suspect (Perry, Maurice, 44 years old, San Francisco) attempted to take a victim's bag from his hands while aboard a San Francisco train at the 12th Street Station. After a brief struggle the victim was able to maintain possession of his property. Perry attempted to take the same victim's bag from his hands a second time. After a brief struggle the victim was able to maintain possession of his property. Officers responded to the West Oakland Station and arrested Perry for robbery. Perry will be issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Santa Rita Jail.