Officers recognized a male suspect (Antonio HAYES, 52, San Francisco) in the station, who was known to have an active prohibition order. Hayes was arrested for violation of the order and was booked at the SF County Jail.
Officers responded to a report of a male creating a disturbance. Officers recognized the man as having a valid prohibition order, and he was arrested. During the incident, the man also damaged a fare gate. The suspect (Antonio HAYES, 52, San Francisco) was booked at the SF County Jail for vandalism and violation of a prohibition order.
Officers contacted a subject, Edward DANIELS (60 years old, Redwood City) whom they knew had an active prohibition order in effect prohibiting him from being on BART property. DANIELS was also found to be on probation out of BART. DANIELS was taken into custody and booked in the Martinez Detention Facility for his trespassing violation, as well as a probation violation.
Officer detained a subject for fare evasion. A record’s check revealed the subject had a warrant for his arrest. Incident to the warrant arrest, subject was found to be in possession of a loaded and stolen firearm and narcotics. Subject was issued a citation for fare evasion and a prohibition order and then booked for the warrant, sales and weapons charges.
A male suspect detained by officers for fare evasion was found to be in violation of a BART prohibition order. The suspect was placed under arrest for the prohibition order violation and then booked into the county jail.
A victim reported a male subject had approached him in the bus zone to demand money. The victim told the suspect he didn’t have any money and started to walk away. The suspect followed the victim and told him he had a gun, as well as made motions with his hands that he had a gun. The suspect also threatened the victim that if he called the police he would kill him. Officers responded to the station and were able to locate and detain the suspect. The victim was able to positively identify the subject detained as the person who had attempted to rob and threaten him. The subject detained by the officers was found to have been issued a prior prohibition order by BART. The male subject was taken into custody and booked into Contra Costa County jail for all his violations. The subject was also issued a new prohibition order for today’s attempted robbery.
A male suspect detained by an officer for reportedly disturbing others aboard a train was found to be too intoxicated to care for himself, and placed under arrest. In addition, a records’ check revealed he was in violation of an active BART prohibition order. The suspect was then booked into the county jail for public intoxication and trespassing. No complaint was sought for the earlier reported disturbance.
Officers were called for a welfare check and discovered that the male had a valid prohibition order to stay away from all BART stations. The male was booked into the Redwood City Jail for violation of the prohibition order.
Officers responded to the Lafayette Station for a report of a phone theft. The victim recovered the phone prior to the officers arrival. The suspect was detained and a records showed he had a prohibition order prohibition him from BART, The male was placed under arrest and booked at the Martinez detention facility.
Officers detained a male suspect who was reportedly removing security sensors from new articles of clothing while aboard a Daly City bound train. During the detention, and after further investigation, officers discovered the clothing had been recently stolen from a San Leandro sporting goods store. The suspect was also found to be on active court probation, which included a stay away order from all BART properties. The officers then placed the suspect under arrest for violating the stay away order, probation violation, burglary and possession of stolen property. Prior to being booked into the county jail, however, the suspect made suicidal statements and was transported to the county’s mental health pavilion for further evaluation. Once cleared from the pavilion, he will be booked.
Patrons complained about a male smoking on a train. Officers contacted the male and discovered that he has a valid prohibition order. He was placed under citizen's arrest for smoking in the train and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for smoking and violating the prohibition order.
Officers were dispatched to intercept a train for a report of a person who had accessed a restricted area by exiting the emergency gate at the end of the platform at the Montgomery Station. Officers contacted the suspect on the train and discovered that he has a valid prohibition order. The officers were unable to locate a witness to the incident at Montgomery, so the male was booked into the San Francisco County Jail for violation of the prohibition order.
An officer was dispatched to investigate a report of a man following a woman on a train. The officer located a subject matching the suspect’s description and detained him. A warrant check revealed that the suspect was in violation of a court order to stay away from all BART stations. The reporting party declined to provide any further information and the suspect was arrested and booked for violating a court order.
An officer detained a male suspect for creating a disturbance. Record checks showed that the man had an active prohibition order. The man was arrested for trespassing and after being medically cleared, was booked at Santa Rita Jail.
The station agent called to report a male at the station who has a prohibition order. An officer contacted the male and confirmed the prohibition order. The male was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for violating the order.
An officer responded to the agent's booth for a fare dispute. The officer confirmed the male's identity and a records check showed he had a prohibition order restricting him from being on BART. The male was placed under arrest for violation of a prohibition order and was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
The station agent reported that a male believed to have an active prohibition order was loitering near the ticket vendors. Officers responded and detained the man. Record checks confirmed that he had an active prohibition order and he was arrested. The man was ultimately booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for violation of a prohibition order.
Passengers reported a male sitting on the platform, hanging his legs over the edge of the platform. An officer contacted the male and determined that he was able to care for himself, but had an active prohibition order. The male was booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for violation of the order.
An adult male passenger spat (unprovoked) on an adult female passenger while aboard the train. Another male passenger stepped in to defend the female victim. The suspect then tried to hit the female, but the male who was defending her punched the suspect. The train was intercepted by officers at the Powell Street Station and located the victim and the suspect. The victim was not injured and the suspect had a small facial injury. The male who punched the suspect had already off boarded the train and was not located. The suspect was also found to have a valid prohibition order which is set to expire in two days. The suspect was issued a new prohibition order and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for violating the first prohibition order and for battery on a transit passenger (citizen's arrest by the victim).
Officers responded to a report of a person challenging others to fight while in the free area. The subject was detained and placed under citizen’s arrest for disturbing the peace and public intoxication. The subject was eventually placed under arrest for public intoxication, disturbing the peace, and trespassing due to having an active prohibition order from BART. The subject was issued a 90 day BART prohibition order.