Joseph Spooner(45 Oakland) was contacted at the Twelfth Street Station. Spooner was arrested on the listed charges then transported and booked at Glen Dyer Jail.
At 0724 hours, the El Cerrito Del Norte Station was closed for service due to a medical emergency. The Contra Costa County Coroner's Office was called to the scene as a result of the incident. Partial service through the station was allowed while the incident was being handled. The station was opened for normal service at about 1014 hours.
Sammy Senisero (8/1/67, Transient) was arrested on an outstanding warrant by the Oakland Police Department in the area below the Oakland Airport Connector. As a precaution the Oakland Airport Connector service was shut down for a short period of time during the search for Senisero. Incident number 2019-24790 L16
At approximately 1439 Hours the SFO Airport bound train on platform #2 had to be stopped due to a medical emergency. Fire and medical units were dispatched to the station, along with BART Officers. Platform #2 of the station was closed until approximately 1615 Hours. Platforms 1 & 3 were initially allowed for trains to run through only. Platforms 1 & 3 were eventually opened for patrons while the incident train remained on Platform #2. The incident train and platform #2 were cleared from the station, and normal service was restored at 1615 hours.
A person was reported to be on track way and beneath a train at the Powell St. Station. The person was rescued from underneath the train with non-life threatening injuries. He was subsequently transported to a medical facility. The incident resulted in a train delay of approximately 25 minutes.
A man was arrested for threatening patrons, trespassing onto the track way and throwing hard objects at vehicles while on the tracks. He will be booked after undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.
Thomas McCarthy (37, San Lorenzo) was detained on a psychiatric hold and will eventually be booked on charges of robbery and interfering with a railroad. He was also issued a prohibition order.
A male (Kenneth SPOONER, 47, Oakland) was arrested after resisting a detention. Narcotics paraphernalia was located incident to arrest. Spooner was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A male suspect (Daniel CARTER, 40, Emeryville) brandished a knife at a victim on the train. Responding officers detained Carter and the victim made a citizen's arrest. Carter was arrested for brandishing a knife, and possession of a concealed dirk/dagger. He was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Santa Rita Jail. The victim was not injured.
Officers responded to a report of a man in possession of a gun while sitting inside the train. Officers arrested the subject (Ricardo Romero, 25, San Francisco) for possession of a concealed gun, which also turned out to be stolen. TSA-01-01026-18.
BART Dispatch Center was advised that a train window on a Pittsburg bound train sustained damage. The train was taken out of service and inspected while the incident area was checked. On further inspection, it was determined the window was struck with a solid object causing the window to break. No injuries were reported by passengers.
Witnesses reported that a male suspect had struck a female passenger without provocation, on a Daly City bound train. Other passengers detained the man until officers arrived. The man was found to be on probation for battery. He was arrested for battery on a transit passenger and probation violation. He was issued a prohibition order and was transported to John George Pavilion for psychiatric evaluation, with a criminal hold. The victim was not injured.
Witnesses reported that a male and female were involved in a physical fight on the Pittsburg bound train. The train was held at Walnut Creek while officers responded. Officers detained both parties on the concourse, and ultimately determined that the female was the primary aggressor. She was arrested for domestic violence and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility. The train was delayed about 11 minutes.
Witnesses reported a group of suspects in a fight on the platform. CCTV cameras showed several female juveniles involved in a fight, surrounded by a group of onlookers. Trains were held out while officers responded. The suspects scattered as officers approached, but several were detained. There were no complainants. The two primary involved parties were identified and released to their parents.
Witnesses reported that a male entered track #2 and walked toward 24th Street. Officers responded and located the man inside the tunnel on the track #1 side. The man was detained and ultimately transported to St. Luke's Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. Trains were delayed about 22 minutes as a result of this incident.
An adult male made suicidal statements before jumping onto the track way at the station. A sergeant and officers responded and train service was halted. The subject was eventually detained and transported to a local hospital for further psychiatric evaluation. Due to this incident, train service on the San Francisco line was interrupted for approximately fifteen (15) minutes.
A male suspect told the station agent that he intended to jump in front of a train. The man then went to the platform and jumped onto track #1. Power was dropped and trains halted while officers responded. The man walked into the tunnel toward Civic Center Station. Officers were able to locate the man in the tunnel, and got him to walk to the Civic Center platform. The man was detained for psychological evaluation and was transported to St. Francis Hospital.
The on-duty station agent called in to report a male subject who had jumped into trackway two. The male subject walked into the Richmond Yard and boarded an out-of-service train. The out-of-service train was brought back into the station platform where the subject off boarded. The subject eventually exited the station where he was contacted by an officer. The subject became confrontational and the officer used de-escalation techniques to keep the subject under control while other officers were responding to assist. The subject was found to meet the criteria for an emergency psychiatric evaluation. The subject was transported to the hospital for evaluation. TSOC notified.
Witnesses reported 50-60 juveniles jumping the fare gates and going to the platform. The juveniles boarded a Dublin train and committed multiple strongarm robberies of bags and cell phones. At least two victims suffered face/head injuries and were treated by paramedics. The juveniles all fled into the surrounding neighborhood before responding officers could arrive. The Dublin train was held for about 15 minutes as a result of this incident.
Officers responded to the Walnut Creek Station for a report of a male threatening to jump from the second story platform. The station was closed and trains were held. BART PD and outside agency negotiators and mental health personnel responded assist. After a four hour delay, the male cooperated and climbed down off the platform. He was placed on an emergency psychiatric hold. The station was reopened and train service was restored.