Officers responded to 12th St. station and searched the immediate area for an armed robbery suspect after the victim fled into the station to report the crime. The incident occurred just above the station at Delauers News Stand. The suspect, a male juvenile 14 yrs. of age and in the company of two other males in their late teens, pulled a gun and placed it against the victim's head. Loss was a wallet.
A male juvenile was booked into juvenile hall after being charged with brandishing a knife and committing a battery on a patron. Five companions of the suspect (two males and three females) were all cited for disturbing the peace. The incident erupted when the victims, a husband and wife, voiced their objection to the suspects for using profanity in the presence of children. There were no injuries.
A patron was struck in the face with a cane by a subject who thought the former was harassing a female passenger. The suspect was apprehended at the scene and booked for assault with a deadly weapon. The victim, who sufferred facial laceration/s was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
A citizen was robbed of $60 cash by two males in their twenties on the Nevin St. side of the station. One of the suspects brandished a knife during the offense. Both suspects fled on foot prior to the arrival of responding officers.
An officer on routine patrol on-viewed and interrupted an armed robbery in progress in the parking lot. The primary suspect, who was armed with a sawed-off rifle, fled on foot towards Tennyson St. as the officer approached. A second suspect, who is believed to have been a look-out, was apprehended. BART PD and Hayward PD units were unable to locate the primary suspect after an extensive search.
BART PD and Berkeley PD officers investigated an armed robbery in which the victim, who was was shot in the leg, claimed the incident occurred at the Ashby station. After interviewing the victim, possible witnesses, and conducting a search for physical evidence, it was determined that the shooting likely took place in Berkeley PD's jurisdiction. Berkeley PD assumed the investigation from that point.
A citizen reported being the victim of an armed robbery committed by two males who approached him in an older model Cheverolet van as he was standing at the Hill St. entrance. The suspects allegedly exited the van, pointed handguns at the victim and relieved him of his wallet and bicycle.
Officers responding to a report of a subject brandishing a knife at patrons arrested an adult male who they found to be in possession of a knife. The suspect was booked on a minor warrant and for drunk in public. No brandishing charges were filed due to the lack of victims/witnesses.
An off-property road-rage incident ended at the Pittsburg/Bay Point station. The two adult male drivers engaged in a mutual battery. One of the combatants retrieved a baseball bat from his vehicle and struck the other subject several times. Both subjects were injured but neither required medical attention. The suspect using the bat was arrested and booked for ADW.
An adult male was arrested and booked after he was accused of exposing himself, which in turn led to an altercation with the victims. During the altercation the suspect allegedly brandished a knife and committed a battery.
A woman flagged down two BART police officers near the MacArthur Station and reported that she had just been robbed at 42nd and Martin Luther King Way by two suspects, one of whom displayed a handgun. The loss was the victim's purse. BART police officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the suspects.
A robbery victim was walking through the back lot when he was confronted by four male suspects, who surrounded him, demanding his cash and ipod. One suspect displayed a knife, while other suspects went through the victim's pockets, removing his cash. A BPD sergeant located the suspects in a nearby neighborhood. The suspects were positively identified and all were arrested and booked, three at Juvenile Hall and one at the County Jail.
An adult female was kidnapped from the Bay Fair BART Station at gunpoint by an adult male, then ordered into a black Buick Regal. The victim was driven around for two hours, robbed of her credit cards, then released in Oakland. The suspect was not located.
An adult male roller skater in the station's parking lot was tackled from behind by a male juvenile subject. The victim dropped his cell phone and the subject fled with it. As the victim began to follow, subject number two pointed a gun at him and advised him not to. Suspect number one was located and arrested. Suspect number two is believed to have broken the perimeter. Oakland PD, Emeryville PD and the CHP assisted.
An adult male subject reported that he was attacked by several teenage gang-type males and females. The victim stated that one of the suspects brandished a handgun while others struck him with a baseball bat. The victim was transported to the hospital with various non life-threatening injuries. The suspects were GOA/UTL.
A disturbance between two groups of juvenile females resulted in one being stabbed in the hand and slashed just above her left eye with a knife. The victim was treated at a local hospital for her non-life-threatening injuries. The suspect/s fled prior to the arrival of responding officers.
Officers responded to call of a battery in progress. Female victim sustained visible injuries from her boyfriend who she lives with. Female was treated and released at the scene. Boyfriend was arrested and booked for battery and violation of a restraining order.
A male victim was dropping off his children to his ex-wife at the South Hayward station, when the ex-wife's boyfriend brandished a handgun at the victim. The suspect left the scene. As officers were taking the report, the suspect returned and was arrested and booked at the Hayward City Jail. 0606-2374 L21.
A BART employee was approached by a male at the Fruitvale station. The male pointed a gun at the employee, and demanded money. The male took a wallet, cash, and a cell phone. There were no injuries, and the suspect fled in an unknown direction.
A suspect was threatening patrons with a large meat cleaver and yelling in a foreign language. Officers confronted the suspect at 8th and Oak Streets. The suspect dropped the meat cleaver but was combative, and had to be wrestled to the ground and taken into custody. He was committed for psychiatric evaluation.
A patron was robbed at gunpoint and the suspect fled from the station. Later, while still in contact with an officer, the victim observed the suspect enter the station. The officer engaged the suspect in a foot pursuit and the suspect was captured. A replica firearm and some of the victim's property were recovered. The suspect was arrested and booked.
An enraged Ashby Flea Market vendor brandished a large knife at a juvenile who may have tried stealing an item from the vendor. An adult female associate of the juvenile pulled the suspect away from the juvenile. The suspect slashed the woman's hand causing a laceration which necessitated suturing. The incident was not initially reported, and the suspect was GOA/UTL. An investigation is on-going.
A subject discharged a round from a shotgun in the parking lot as a large group of unruly Coliseum event-goers traversed the area. The suspect was chased down and apprehended three blocks away and the weapon was recovered.
The station was searched for two suspects who robbed an AC Transit bus passenger at gunpoint at International and Fruitvale Ave. At least one of the two suspects was seen at Fruitvale station by the bus driver. An area searched proved negative.