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.
A BART system service worker reported that a male suspect brandished a knife at him and went back up to the platform. The suspect was located by officers and a sergeant, detained at gunpoint and taken into custody without incident. The folding knife was also recovered. The victim identified him as the responsible person and placed him under citizen's arrest for brandishing a weapon. A lieutenant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. The suspect was issued a prohibition order before being booked into the Santa Rita Jail for brandishing a weapon. BART Central was notified of the incident. TSOC was notified.
A female victim reported that as she walked to her car in the parking structure, two male juveniles approached her, pointed a silver handgun at her, and demanded her belongings. The victim told them that she did not have anything and started to get into her car. One suspect handed the gun to the other suspect and the second suspect pointed the gun at her again. The victim got into her car and the juveniles walked away without any of her property. The victim, who was not injured, called to make the report. An officer at the station located the two juveniles near the station entrance and detained them at gunpoint. After additional officers arrived, the juveniles were handcuffed and one was found to be in possession of a replica firearm. The victim identified them as the two who tried to rob her. The juveniles were issued prohibition orders and booked into juvenile hall for attempted robbery.
A group of four males were reportedly involved in an argument on the platform which escalated into a physical fight. One of the male suspects displayed a knife and made stabbing motions toward the victim. The victim was not injured. When officers arrived, the four males were detained. The suspect armed with the knife was placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon and booked into the SF Jail. The two other male suspects were identified and issued citations for battery, and released. Although the victim provided a statement to the officers, he was less than cooperative and left the scene. The three suspects were all issued prohibition orders. TSOC was notified.
An officer contacted a male subject who was smoking in a prohibited area in front of the fare gates at the Concord BART station. The subject became uncooperative and started to walk away from the officer as he was trying to detain him. The subject slapped the officer's hand when he tried to grab him in order to prevent him from walking away and then began to run away from the officer. The officer eventually caught up to the subject and held him at gunpoint in an alleyway between residences in the City of Concord. It was later determined the subject had discarded a firearm prior to surrendering to the officer. The subject was taken into custody with the assistance of officers from the Concord Police Department and was found to be in possession of a small amount of methamphetamine. The subject was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for all of his violations.
A station agent reported a male brandished a knife and threatened him at the Concord Station. An officer responded but the suspect fled into the neighborhood and eluded the officer. A short time later, the suspect returned to the station and the officer attempted to detain him, but he began fighting the officer. Additional officers responded and force was used to take the suspect into custody. The suspect was medically cleared and was booked into jail.
Officers detained a male suspect for fare evasion and located what was found to be a replica firearm on his person. Record checks showed that the man had an outstanding $20,000 arrest warrant for narcotics violations, held by Hayward PD. The man was arrested for his warrant. A search incident to arrest revealed marijuana packaged for sales. The man was booked at Hayward Jail for his warrant, probation violation and possession of marijuana for sale. He was issued a prohibition order.
A victim reported at 1948 hours, they were stabbed with a knife at the 12th Street Station. The victim was treated on-scene for non-life threatening injuries and was transported to a local hospital.
A witness called to report a group of juveniles/late teens/early 20s (as many as 12 suspects) who were creating a disturbance on the train and eventually robbed a victim of their cell phone. The victim off boarded the train at Lake Merritt Station and confirmed that two of the suspects were armed with handguns. As the victim was being contacted, a second victim reported that he was also robbed of his cell phone while on a train at the Coliseum Station. The suspects (also a group of young males and females) off boarded the train at the Coliseum Station, but then re-boarded the same train as the victim and off-boarded at the Fruitvale Station. The train was held until officers were able to conduct a search for the suspects. They were not located. Station and train video will be requested. Neither phone was able to be tracked and neither victim was physically injured. 1703-1310,
Officers responded to a report of a disturbance. One male was detained and was found to be intoxicated. The man was arrested, and a search incident to arrest revealed a pair of brass knuckles in his possession. The man was booked at SF County Jail for public intoxication and possession of illegal weapons.
A victim reported that he was robbed of his cell phone by two male suspects. During the robbery, the victim was pushed down the stairs into the station. The victim suffered shoulder injuries and was transported to Kaiser Hospital for treatment. Responding officers did not locate the suspects in the area.
Officers responded to West Oakland station to investigate a report of a female on a Daly City train who was brandishing a box cutter in a threatening manner. Officers detained the suspect and determined that the suspect had been involved in a dispute over a seat and had brandished a box cutter in a threatening manner towards the victim. The victim placed the suspect under citizen's arrest and the suspect was cited and issued a prohibition order.
The on-duty station agent contacted a male suspect who appeared to be attempting to tamper with a ticket vendor, using a pair of scissors. The male attempted to slash at the agent with the scissors, before fleeing the station toward Hallidie Plaza. The agent was not injured. Officers responded, but could not locate the suspect in the area.
A victim flagged down an officer in the parking lot and reported that their green 2001 Ford Escort had been taken at gunpoint by two suspects. The suspects were armed with handguns and were described as black male juveniles. One suspect wore a black hooded sweatshirt, and the other a gray sweatshirt. The suspects fled eastbound on Leland in the victim's vehicle. Surrounding agencies were given the vehicle and suspect information. Responding officers were unable to locate the vehicle or suspects in the area. The victim was not injured.
Officers detained a suspect for using the station elevator to evade payment of his fare. A warrant check revealed that the suspect was wanted for a $20,000 burglary warrant out of San Mateo County. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was a felon in possession of a Taser weapon and was also in possession of property stolen during a robbery in Millbrae earlier in the morning. The suspect was cited for fare evasion and booked for the warrant, weapon and probation violations. The weapon and stolen property were turned over to the Millbrae Police Department to assist in their robbery investigation.
An elderly adult male suspect brandished a knife, made threatening statements, and attempted to stab the hot dog vendor after being involved in a verbal altercation. The suspect was very intoxicated, but managed to cut the hot dog vendors apron with the knife. The vendor was not injured. Due to the suspect’s level of intoxication and medical condition, he was transported to an area hospital. At this time, it is unknown if the suspect will be medically cleared in order to be booked for the above listed crime. The Detective Sergeant was notified. TSOC Notified.