A station agent reported a male who fare evaded into the station. Officers contacted him on the platform and issued him a citation for fare evasion. The male left the area, but later returned, demanding to ride for free. The male (Raymoin Shaw, 27 years old, San Francisco) tried to push past officers to fare evade back into the system and had to be physically restrained. During the struggle, the male sustained a minor injury to his lip. He was treated by paramedics at the scene before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for trespassing and resisting arrest.
Dispatch was advised of a subject who was on the BART track way south of the Hayward Station (near Orchard Avenue). The suspect boarded a Richmond train after being spoken to by a train operator. Officers detained the subject at the Hayward Station and determined he was a danger to himself. A wants check revealed that the subject (Garcia, Raymond, 31, Fairfield) had a no bail burglary warrant issued out from San Diego County; which was extraditable. The subject was placed under a psychiatric detention with a criminal hold for the warrant. TSOC was advised.
An adult male was discovered to be lodging in a pump room at the station. The male suspect had vandalized a lock and damaged some wiring in the room. He was booked into the San Francisco Jail for the listed charges and a probation violation.
Officers contacted a subject, Kelby Walker (26 years, Oakland), who refused to leave the station when it was closed after revenue service ended. When the officers attempted to take Walker into custody, he physically resisted them. Walker was eventually taken into custody and booked into jail at the Fremont Police Department. 1707-1472 L15.
Officers responded to the station to conduct a welfare check on a subject who was pacing back and forth on the platform while carrying an aluminum bat and jumping on the track way. Officers detained the subject after a brief struggle. Subject placed on a psychiatric detention with criminal charges. The sergeant responded to the scene.
Officers detained a male subject for fare evasion. The male was contacted in the paid area of the station. He was cited for the violation. After being cited, the male then refused to leave the station’s paid area. After unsuccessful attempts to gain compliance from the male, physical force was used to remove the subject and he was eventually arrested for trespassing and resisting arrest. The male was subsequently booked into the Santa Rita Jail. There were no injuries reported during this incident. A sergeant responded to conduct the Use of Force Investigation. 1706-0010 L10/S53
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.
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 reported a Black male, 20’s, wearing a blue cap, blue hoodies and blue jeans, harassing patrons while asking for money. The suspect was interfering with the station agent to the point where she wasn’t able to perform her job. Upon the arrival of officers, the suspect was pointed out by the agent and detained. After a records check, the agent placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest. The suspect was transported and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for trespassing, likely to continue.
A male suspect whom an officer attempted to detain for reportedly smoking while aboard a train resisted the detention, so the officer used physical force to detain him. A wants check of the suspect also determined he was in violation of trespassing on BART property due to his active prohibition order. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and perform the use of force investigation before the suspect was booked into the county jail.
A male suspect detained by an officer for reportedly creating a disturbance at the station was found to be in violation of a BART prohibition order (trespassing); he was also found to be in violation of his court probation. The suspect was then arrested for both violations and booked into the county jail.
A female was seen walking on the transfer tracks east of the platform. She exited to Hacienda Drive by using an emergency exit. She returned about an hour later, and was seen touching the electric third rail. An officer attempted to detain her, but she again fled to Hacienda Drive. The officer managed to detain the woman on the on-ramp leading to I-580. Officers determined that the woman was in need of psychiatric care and she was transported to John George Pavilion for treatment.
Officers detained a suspect for fare evasion. The suspect fled from officers and jumped onto the trackway. Power had to be turned off and trains were held out of the station. The suspect then jumped over a fence and ran turned a residential neighborhood. The subject kicked open a basement door of a home and stole a bike. The subject attempted to flee from officers using the stolen bike. The officers had to use force to apprehend the subject. A record’s check revealed the suspect had a No Bail CDC Warrant for his arrest. The suspect was arrested for his felony warrant, residential burglary, trespassing, and resisting arrest. The sergeant responded to the scene to approve the arrest and conduct the use of force investigation. The suspect was taken to Sutter Delta Hospital for minor abrasions and then taken to the Martinez Detention Facility for booking.
Patrons reported that a male was acting erratically on a train, and that he got off at Powell Street Station. Officers responded and were told that the man had entered the #2 track, walking toward Montgomery Street. Trains were held out and power was dropped. Officers entered the tunnel and located the man on the #1 side. He was detained and moved to the platform. Trains were released after a ten minute delay in service. The man told officers he entered the tunnel because he was ill. The man did not meet the criteria for psychological evaluation. He was transported to SF General Hospital for treatment of an apparent allergic reaction to medication.
Officers detained a male suspect who reportedly jumped on to the 16th Street station’s track way, returned to the platform and then boarded an East Bay bound train. A subsequent wants/warrants check of the suspect revealed an outstanding $5K misdemeanor narcotics warrant, held by Fremont Police, for his arrest. The suspect was placed under arrest for the warrant, and then booked into the county jail. No complaint was sought for the earlier trespassing report.
A station agent reported a male was aggressively panhandling patrons at the Powell Street Station. Officers responded and detained the male near the secondary end of the station and attempted to locate a victim. A sergeant responded and confirmed the male had been advised to leave the station 20 minutes earlier for attempting to sell on BART property without a permit. The male was placed under arrest and was booked for trespassing.
A train operator reported seeing a white male with a dog crossing from the C1 to the C2 track, at about milepost 22.5. Trains conducted track inspections and the train operator of a Pittsburg bound train located the man walking north on the C1 track. The man boarded the train and officers intercepted the train at North Concord Station. The train operator placed the man under citizen's arrest and he was cited and released. Northbound trains were delayed about 15 minutes as a result of this incident.
A station agent called to report a male entering the trackway on the platform #2 side at the north end of the station. The central supervisor also reported receiving an alarm notification of a person entering the trackway and saw a shirtless male entering the trackway on the #2 side. The station agent also reported that the male was in possession of a hammer. Trains were held out and officers responded to the platform. They spotted the male after he had crossed over to the #1 trackway and were able to convince him to drop the hammer and come back onto the platform. Once on the platform, the male resisted being detained and was "tased" and physically restrained. Medical aid arrived and he was placed on a psychiatric evaluation hold after it was determined that he was a danger to himself. A lieutenant responded to conduct the use of force investigation. Three officers reported receiving minor injuries as a result of the struggle. TSOC was notified (Case #TSA-02-03181-17).
Several reports were received that an unknown race male was walking southbound on the aerial track near milepost 22.1. Officers responded to check the area, and trains performed track inspections, but the man was not located. At about 0755 hours, a man walked into John Muir Hospital in Concord and reported that he was suicidal, and had been on the BART tracks earlier. Officers responded and concluded that the man was in need of psychiatric evaluation. The man was transported by ambulance to County Hospital.
Employees reported that two males had entered the station without paying, and then urinated on the platform. Both males, who were in possession of open containers of alcohol, then crossed the tracks from platform #1 to platform #2. Third rail power was dropped and trains were held out until the males were clear of the tracks. Officers responded and detained both men. An employee identified the men and made a citizen's arrest. A search incident to arrest revealed that one man had illegal prescription medication and the other was in possession of brass knuckles. The male with the medication was cited for possession of prescription medication without a prescription, possession of an open container and trespassing on railroad property. The other suspect was booked at the San Mateo County jail for possession of illegal weapons, possession of an open container, and trespassing on railroad property.
A BART Police employee saw a male enter the Trans-Bay Tube at the Embarcadero Station. Officers responded and boarded a train in an attempt to locate the male but were unsuccessful. After an extensive search of the Trans-Bay Tube, the male was located and was taken into custody. Criminal charges are pending and the system suffered 40-50 minute delays.