A suspect was reported acting erratically on platform #2. The suspect, described as a black male adult, wearing no shirt and camouflage pants, was likely the same person reported acting strangely earlier in San Francisco. The suspect was seen on ISRC cameras jumping onto track #2 and power was dropped to that platform. The male returned to the platform and threw an orange cone onto the tracks. He then attacked a male patron standing on the platform and they exchanged blows. Responding officers were able to arrest the suspect after a brief struggle. The suspect was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for public intoxication, battery on a transit patron and trespassing on railroad property. There was approximately a 9 minute delay in service on track #2 as a result of this incident.
The train operator of a Daly City bound train reported seeing a person walking on the catwalk inside the tunnel on the #1 track, between Powell and Civic Center Stations. Officers located a female suspect inside the tunnel and detained her. The female apparently wandered into the tunnel to get away from the crowded platform. The female was issued a citation and released.
An officer on routine patrol of the platform observed a female fall onto the tracks in the path of an incoming Pittsburg train. The train stopped before striking the female. Witnesses on the platform reported the woman jumped in front of the train. Power was dropped and the woman was removed from the tracks by Oakland FD and paramedics. The woman was transported to Highland Hospital with pain to her head from the fall. Based on witness statements, an emergency psychiatric detention was placed on the woman. Trains were delayed approximately 16 minutes on platform #3 as a result of this incident.
The station agent reported a male and female in a dispute over the custody of their 4 year old child. The couple went to the platform with the child. Trains ran through the station as a precaution. Berkeley and BART PD officers responded and detained both parents. The investigation determined that the father had legal custody of the child and that no domestic violence had occurred today. However, record checks showed that the father had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant, held by Alameda PD for domestic violence. The father was arrested on his warrant and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail. The child was turned over to the child's grandmother. The train delay was approximately 11 minutes.
Train operators reported seeing a male walking along the trackway, just south of MacArthur Station. Trains were held and power taken down while officers tried to gain access and contact the male. The male was eventually contacted and escorted out of the wayside area. The incident took about 45 minutes and resulted in a delay of 15-20 minutes for 9 trains. The male was determined to be in need of psychological evaluation and was transported for treatment. TSOC was notified.
A man was observed trying to start fights on the platform via video camera by BART Central. The man then jumped onto the track way and attempted to grab the third rail. Patrons jumped onto the platform and pulled the man back onto the platform. Trains were held for approximately five minutes until officers arrived at the scene and detained the man. The person was taken to John George Mental Facility for a psychiatric evaluation. TSOC notified.
An adult male was shot by an unknown assailant while in the station bus zone. The victim died at the scene. A female also suffered a non-life threatening injury. She was treated at the hospital and later released. The suspects fled into the surrounding neighborhood. San Leandro PD and Alameda County SO units responded to assist our officers. One possible suspect was detained by ACSO units near the station. This juvenile suspect was positively identified by witnesses and was later booked at Alameda County Juvenile Hall. Two additional suspects are being sought. The investigation is ongoing.
An officer, who is a former member of the Alameda Co. Narcotics Task Force, was conducting a patrol check of a Dublin-Pleasanton train when he observed a male passenger cutting up suspected cocaine. The suspect attempted to destroy that evidence and discard other contraband that he had on his person. He refused to comply with the officer’s commands that he cease reaching into his pockets. Upon the arrival of a cover officer, the suspect was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, destroying evidence, and delaying/obstructing/resisting a peace officer. A sergeant approved the arrest and conducted a use-of-force investigation. The suspect was booked into Glenn Dyer Jail. Train service was delayed for 16 minutes due to the criminal and administrative investigations.
A sergeant and four officers responded to a report of a man with a gun aboard a Richmond train. The report had come from a passenger through the train operator. Prior to arrival, police personnel were given descriptions of two men who had been in some kind of altercation, one of whom might be armed. Both subjects were located in the station and found to be unarmed. Subsequently, it was determined that a third subject, who had already left the area, had acted like he had a gun. The reporting party had not actually seen a weapon. Train service was delayed for 16 minutes as a result of this investigation.
A patron reported via cell phone that two black male suspects were threatening patrons on board the Pittsburg train with guns. Trains were held at Concord Station. Concord PD and BART units responded and detained two persons. Both trains were searched for suspects and victims. It was determined that the two suspects were involved in a verbal argument and that the reporting party was mistaken. There were no weapons involved. Both parties were released when it was determined there was no crime. Trains were delayed approximately 18 minutes.
The ISRC received multiple reports of a possible shooting in the parking lot. Responding officers located an adult male in the lot suffering from gunshot wounds. Witnesses fled into the station and were eventually located on the San Francisco train. No suspects were located in the station or on the train. The San Francisco train was held for approximately 40 minutes. Witnesses reported that suspects inside another vehicle opened fire on the victim vehicle, which was occupied by several people. The driver of the victim vehicle was struck by the gunfire. The suspect(s) fled in a dark colored Nissan Maxima-type vehicle and were not located. The victim was transported to a local trauma center with life-threatening injuries. The investigation is ongoing and there is no known motive for the shooting.
A train operator reported a female had walked across the track way in front of his train to get to the other platform. Upon arrival, an officer detained the subject who was positively identified by the train operator. A warrant check revealed the suspect had an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant out of Sonoma County for contempt of court. The train operator refused to place the suspect under citizen’s arrest for trespassing, and the suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant. TSOC notified. Trains were delayed for a few minutes.
A man dropped, or threw, his property onto the trackway, then climbed onto the tracks to retrieve it. The man was back on the platform when officers arrived and detained him. The man was determined to be intoxicated and unable to care for his safety. A search incident to arrest revealed that he was in possession of suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested for public intoxication, interfering with the operations of a railroad, and possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A sergeant debriefed the suspect, who was then booked into Santa Rita Jail. Train service was delayed for 8 minutes.
A train operator reported seeing a man in the tunnel, north of Ashby station, adjacent to the R-1 tracks. Officers boarded a Richmond train which stopped in the tunnel and picked up the subject. The man was determined to be in need of a psychological evaluation. He was transported to the John George Psychiatric Pavilion. Train service was delayed for 22 minutes. The TSOC was notified.
Patrons reported a male subject had run from the platfrom onto the northbound tracks. Power was dropped for about two minutes while responding officers contacted the male and directed him to return to the platform. The ensuing investigation determined that the male had started a fight with his adult girlfriend on the platform and then run onto the tracks to escape. The female was not injured. She declined an Emergency Protective Order. The male was arrested for misdemeanor domestic violence, trespassing on railroad property and for a $900 open container arrest warrant held by Berkeley PD. He was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A train operator reported a male on the floor of his train, who was having trouble breathing and was unresponsive. Medical assistance arrived and began life saving measures. The male was pronounced deceased at the scene. Detectives and an ID Technician responded to the scene. At this time it appears that there was no sign of foul play and was a medical issue/condition.
An officer was on the platform when he saw a male suspect, who appeared to have been in a fight (bloody face), running on the aerial trackway toward the station. The officer asked for trains to be held out and power taken down as he tried to contact the suspect. After a few moments, the officer was able to convince the suspect to come back onto the platform, but the suspect quickly turned and ran back onto the trackway. The suspect was eventually detained by the officer as ACSO deputies began arriving on scene. The deputies had been looking for the suspect after getting a call of a fight near the station. The deputies could not substantiate a crime in their jurisdiction, so the suspect was transported to the hospital for treatment and will be booked into the Santa Rita Jail for Interfering with Rail Operations and Resisting Arrest after he is treated for his injuries.
The ISRC received a report of a male subject who may have attempted to jump in front of the SF bound train. Officers arrived and began obtaining witness statements. The investigation revealed that the patron was sitting on a platform bench drinking from a bottle of vodka as the train approached. The patron, who was heavily intoxicated, stood up and walked towards the train which had stopped on the platform. The patron stumbled forward, hit his head on the side of the train and fell to the ground. The patron suffered a facial laceration. Witnesses confirmed the patron did not attempt to jump in front of the train. Paramedics transported him to a local hospital for further treatment and for over intoxication. Station video was requested. The train was delayed for approximately 17 minutes.
A man was seen by an officer walking wayside via the catwalk toward the Montgomery Street Station. Trains were delayed for 11 minutes while the subject was taken into custody. The subject was placed under arrest for trespassing. TSOC notified.
BART Central located at person walking through the TransBay Tube via their video cameras from the Embarcadero Station toward the West Oakland Station. Officers responded to the Embarcadero Station, San Francisco Vent Structure, Oakland Vent Structure, and the West Oakland Station to conduct a search for the suspect. The TransBay Tube was closed for service as officers and BART Central coordinated their resources to begin their search. The suspect was located and taken in custody for trespassing. Service was restored at 2021 hours. TSOC was notified.
Two officers responded to the station to intercept a Pittsburg/Bay Point train in which, according to patrons, two men were fighting. A male suspect was arrested for punching another man in the face. The train was held while the officers located the suspect and victim, and identified and off-boarded five witnesses. Train-service was delayed for 20 minutes. A sergeant approved the arrest and debriefed the suspect. The suspect is to be booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for battery and public intoxication after he is medically cleared at the county hospital.
SFPD officers chased two armed robbery suspects into the station. Dispatch was able to access the cameras and saw officers chasing the suspects onto trackway #2. Trains were held out and power was taken down for approximately 22 minutes while officers were on the trackway. The officers were able to detain the two suspects near the Montgomery Station. SFPD officers later returned to recover evidence that the suspects had discarded on the trackway. TSOC was notified of the case.
BART officers reported hearing an explosion near a train on the platform at the Civic Center Station. The platform was filled with smoke which caused officers to evacuate the patrons from the station. San Francisco police and fire also responded. BART Central supervisor reported the smoke was caused by brake overload on the Pittsburg/Baypoint bound train at the station. After the fire department gave clearance, trains were released at hours. Video Hotline notified.
A man was engaged in an argument with a woman on the platform and was preventing her from walking away. It was determined that the man was in violation of a restraining order by being in contact with the woman. The suspect actively resisted being arrested and attempted to jump onto the tracks. Power was dropped until officers could control the suspect, assist paramedics in strapping him to a gurney, and remove him from the platform. Train service was delayed for 30 minutes. An officer sustained scratches on his arms from the suspect’s finger nails during the struggle. The suspect was transported to Highland Hospital for medical clearance prior to being taken to the John George Psychiatric Pavilion for a psychological evaluation. A criminal hold was placed on the suspect for violation of a restraining order, resisting arrest, and battery on a peace officer. A sergeant attempted to debrief the uncooperative suspect.
The ISRC/BART police dispatch received a report that a man on the platform had been injured and was bleeding. It was subsequently reported that the injured man's head had been struck by an incoming Pittsburg/Bay Point train. A sergeant and officers responded to the call. The victim was taken to a local hospital and is being treated for a life-threatening injury. The on-call detective was notified and responded to examine any video footage. The TSOC was notified.