A victim reported that a male suspect struck him in the leg with a metal pipe, in an unprovoked attack. The man was detained and positively identified. The suspect was ultimately arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. The victim's injuries did not require medical attention. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and was booked at Glenn Dyer Jail.
A community service officer near the MacArthur BART station was flagged down regarding a shooting which had just occurred on 42nd Street in Oakland. The community service officer maintained visual of the suspect until a BART officer arrived on scene and was able to detain the suspect. Once officers from the Oakland Police Department arrived, the suspect was turned over to them. The Oakland Police Department ultimately took over the entire investigation as the shooting took place in their jurisdiction. 1709-0920/Oakland PD #17-048230 L15
An officer saw a male approach another male and put a small plastic bag up to his nose. The officer made contact with the male and determined that he is on probation with a search clause. A search of his person revealed numerous small bags of suspected marijuana and throwing stars. The male (Romell Davis, 39 years old, Oakland) was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Glenn Dyer Jail for the possession for sales and weapon charges.
An officer noticed a male walking through the station with a wooden stick in his backpack. The officer contacted the male, who said that he keeps the stick for protection. The stick was determined to be a billy club, so the male (Henry Coots, 37 years old, Frankfort, Kentucky) was arrested for the weapons possession charge and booked into the Santa Rita Jail.
A patron reported that a male suspect (Black male in a wheel chair) brandished a firearm and threatened him after a verbal altercation. Officers responded to the scene and located the suspect Keith Albert (25 years old, San Francisco). He was identified by the victim and placed under arrest for brandishing a firearm and making terrorist threats. Albert, who is a convicted felon was in possession of a stolen, loaded firearm as well as a large quantity of narcotics and a large sum of cash. Albert was issued a Prohibition Order and booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for several weapons violations, making terrorist threats and possession of narcotics for sale.
The victim was on board a Fremont bound train between the Hayward and South Hayward Stations, when the suspect approached her, produced a black semi-automatic handgun, and demanded the victim's purse. The suspect took the victim's purse and according to a witness, off-boarded the train when it reached the South Hayward Station. The suspect was described as a Black male, 20-30 yrs, wearing a black beanie, black sweatshirt and black sweatpants. An area check for the suspect was conducted with negative results. The victim was not injured. Train car and station video will be requested.
The station agent reported that a male suspect was outside the booth, making verbal threats to harm the agent. Officers responded and detained the man. A search incident to arrest revealed a concealed handgun in the man's backpack. The agent was not injured. The suspect was arrested and booked at Glenn Dyer Jail for public intoxication, criminal threats, false imprisonment and carrying a loaded, concealed firearm. TSOC was notified.
Multiple people called into BART PD dispatch to report a make subject who had threatened another male with a knife while aboard Pittsburg/Bay Point bound train. Officers working a special detail were on scene when the train arrived at the West Oakland Station. As officers went to contact the suspect, later identified as Jayeddy DAVIS (23 years old, Burlingame, CA), he took off running away and ran into the city streets nearby. Officers were eventually able to detain DAVIS and recover a knife he attempted to discard. It was later determined DAVIS has pushed the knife into the stomach of a victim who did not sustain any injury while aboard the train. Davis was found to be on active probation. DAVIS was booked into Glenn Dyer jail in Oakland and was issued a prohibition order.
Officers responded to the Lafayette Station for a report of a male (Jalen Garrison, 23 years, Sacramento) threatening patrons with a knife, spitting on patrons and making terrorist threats on a Pleasant Hill bound train that was stopped at the Lafayette Station. Garrison was located but refused to comply with an officer's orders. Force was used to restrain Garrison and place him into handcuffs. Garrison was identified by several victims. Garrison was issued a Prohibition Order and booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for brandishing a weapon, assault with a deadly weapon, and battery.
A female victim reported that she was robbed in the bus zone, about 1830 hours. A male suspect with a box cutter took her backpack and fled on foot. The victim suffered a minor cut to her hand and refused medical attention.
A male victim was seated on a train when a male suspect (BM, late 30s, 6', muscular, grey shirt, tan shorts, black shoes) hit him in the head with an unknown metal object. The suspect also punched and kicked the victim before fleeing the train and running out of the station. According to the victim and witnesses, the attack was unprovoked. The suspect was not located. The victim was treated for a laceration to his head and transported to the hospital via ambulance with non-life threatening injuries.
A male victim reported that he was in his vehicle in the lot near 35th Avenue when two suspects approached (#1 - BM, 22-23 years, 5'11", thin, all black clothing, no description of suspect #2). Suspect #1 produced a black semi-automatic handgun and demanded money from the victim. The victim said he didn't have any money, so the suspect took his cell phone and fled the area. The victim was not injured.
Two suspects attempted to rob a female victim of her cell phone in the east parking lot. The suspects brandished a BB gun and attempted to take the phone. The victim was knocked down, but retained possession of her phone. The suspects fled into the surrounding area and were not located.
A BART passenger reported a man on a train who was vandalizing seat cushions by cutting them with a knife and who was also brandishing the knife in a threatening manner. The suspect fled from the train at 19th Street station and was not located by officers who searched the area. There were no injuries and minor damage to a seat on a single train car.
A male victim was robbed of $500 by a female suspect (WF, 40s, 5'4", white shirt with the word "pink" on it) who brandished a knife and punched him. The suspect fled and was not located and the victim refused medical attention.
Officers responded to the West Oakland BART station on the report of a male subject who was in possession of two sharp objects aboard a train. Officers contacted a male subject who was found to be in possession of a concealed knife. A records check revealed an outstanding misdemeanor arrest warrant. The subject was taken into custody and booked into Glenn Dyer jail.
A male victim was walking through the parking structure when two male suspects (BMs, 14-16 years, dark hoodies) approached him. One of the males punched him in the head while the other displayed a small, black semi-automatic handgun. They then took his backpack, which contained a laptop, cellphone and headphones. The victim claimed no injuries and declined medical attention. The suspects were not located.
A male patron reported that a male suspect slashed his neck with a knife while on the platform. The assault appeared to be unprovoked. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male in his 40's, wearing a blue sweatshirt and jeans. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the station or surrounding area. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries, which are not life threatening.
Officers made a traffic enforcement stop and determined that the driver was under the influence of narcotics. The driver refused to follow lawful orders, and withdrew a knife from his pocket before being taken into custody. The driver was booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for DUI and resisting arrest.
Patrons on board the Pittsburg train reported that a black male was cutting his legs with a box cutter. Officers responded and located the man, who was in possession of two knives. The man was detained for psychiatric evaluation after a brief struggle. The man was transported by ambulance to John George Pavilion for evaluation and treatment.
A female victim reported that she was battered by a female suspect on the station access road. The victim stopped her car to avoid hitting the suspect, who was standing in the road. The suspect asked for a ride, and then battered the victim with a rock when the victim refused. The suspect was described as a white female, about 25 years old, carrying a 2 year old child. The suspect left the area and the victim sought treatment for minor injuries at a hospital before reporting the incident.
A witness reported that an adult male was fighting with three juveniles in the bus zone. One of the juveniles stabbed the adult with a pocket knife. The suspects were described as a black male and two black females, all about 17 years old. The suspects fled toward Millbrae Avenue and were not located. BART and San Mateo County Sheriff's units responded. The victim was uncooperative and refused to provide a statement. The victim suffered a minor, non-life threatening cut to his back. The victim was transported to SF General Hospital. TSOC notified.
A male victim reported that a female suspect (BF, blonde hair, mini skirt) argued with him over a power outlet on the train. When the male leaned down to point out the outlet, she female struck him in the head with a screwdriver, causing a 1" laceration. The female then tried to flee, but patrons tried to detain her. She was able to break free and fled out of the station. She was not located. Medical aid was summoned for the victim, but he refused treatment and left the area. Train/station video will be requested.