Leonard Flynn (30 years old, Berkeley) was arrested for 369i (b) P.C., 1203.2 (a) P.C., 166 (a) (4) P.C. and 11364.1 H&S at the Lake Merritt Station. Flynn was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
While detained for reportedly committing a lewd act in public, James Isham (39 years, transient) was arrested, and subsequently booked into jail, for trespassing on BART property and violating a court order.
While detained for fare evasion, Timothy Knockum (51 years, Oakland) was arrested for the above listed violations; and booked into the county jail.
Naomi Morris (49 years, Vallejo) was arrested for robbing another individual on the concourse level of the station; she was also placed under arrest for trespassing, per an active BART stay away order. Morris will be booked into the county jail.
Yanni Young (20, Emeryville) was arrested for making death threats, trespassing on railroad property and probation violation. Young was also issued a prohibition order.
Officers detained a male (Timothy Knockum, 51 years, Oakland) for trespassing on BART property. A records check showed he had two arrest warrants totaling 10,000. Knockam was booked into jail on the offenses. 1711- 0723 L22
Edward Mena-Chi (31 years old, San Francisco) entered track way between the Lake Merritt Station and the Fruitvale Station and began walking southbound. It was determined that Mena-Chi was under the influence of alcohol and too intoxicated to care for himself. Mena-Chi was arrested for interfering with railroad operations and public intoxication. He was booked at the Santa Rita Jail.
Officers responded to a report of a person who had jumped onto the trackway and was brought back to the platform by patrons. The person (Anthony Stevenson, 28 years old, Oakland) was placed under arrest for an outstanding $10,000 arrest warrant. There were no injuries or delay in service.
Officers safely detained a male subject who had jumped onto the track way at Powell Street and walked to the Civic Center Station. The officers determined the male was suffering from mental health issues and was a danger to himself, he was transported to a local hospital where he was placed on a 72-hour psychiatric hold. Train service was delayed for a minimal amount of time, and no one was injured.
Maureece Simpkins (19 years old, Antioch) climbed a gate and entered an employee parking lot at the Pittsburg Station. Simpkins stole a pair of headphones from an unsecured vehicle. Simpkins, who is on probation, was arrested for petty theft, trespassing and a probation violation. Simpkins was booked at the Martinez detention Facility.
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.