Multiple reports were received from patrons on board the Fremont bound train approaching Fremont Station, of a fight and possible stabbing on board. The suspect was described as a black male, about 50 years old, balding, wearing a black tank top. The suspect was reportedly armed with a knife or screwdriver. When the train arrived at the station, the altercation continued. Two male patrons attempted to restrain the suspect, but were unsuccessful. The suspect fled to the street level and robbed a patron of his bicycle at knife point. The suspect rode away southbound, but was detained by Fremont PD officers who responded to assist. The suspect discarded his weapon, but it was located by other Fremont officers. Two male patrons suffered stab wounds to the head and were transported to the hospital for treatment. The investigation determined that the suspect robbed the two men on the train, after stabbing them with a screwdriver. The victims' property was recovered from the suspect. The suspect was ultimately arrested, and after being medically cleared, was booked on two counts of attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and three counts of robbery. The incident train was held at the station for about one hour for crime scene processing. TSOC notified.
Officers responded to the station regarding the report of a stabbing victim on the platform. On their arrival, officers found the male victim suffering from several apparent stab wounds. Paramedics arrived a short time later and transported the victim to a hospital where, as of this writing, his condition is described as critical, but stable. At this point, it appears three (unknown) Hispanic male suspects were involved in the stabbing. A detective, video recovery officer and crime scene techs responded to assist. Two sergeants responded as well in order to supervise the initial investigation. As a result of this incident, train service was affected for nearly two hours. TSOC notified. L10/L22
An officer on-viewed a verbal disturbance between the suspect and the victim in the free area of the station. The officer intervened and the victim advised the officer that the suspect had just brandished a knife. The officer detained the suspect in handcuffs with the assistance of a citizen. The suspect was searched and a knife was located in the suspect's front waistband. The suspect was also determined to be intoxicated. The victim stated that his wife had advised him that the suspect had made rude comments to her as she waited in the passenger pick up area of the station. The victim asked the suspect why he was harassing his wife and the suspect became verbally hostile and pulled a knife on the victim. The suspect was placed under arrest pursuant to a citizen's arrest. A records check revealed that the suspect was on probation for auto theft and had an outstanding warrant for driving on a suspended license held by ACSO. The suspect was eventually transported the Martinez jail on the above listed charges. The suspect was also issued a prohibition order.
Officers responded to the station on the report of a black male firing a handgun possibly at another male. Officers unsuccessfully searched the surrounding area for both subjects, who were last seen on-foot and fleeing west bound from the station. A search of the surrounding neighborhood for structures and/or vehicles potentially damaged by gunfire also ended with negative results. A witness indicated the suspect fired the handgun while standing in the east access road, near the primary concourse area of the station; and where officers subsequently located a single bullet casing. The suspect was further described as 20-30 years of age; wearing a gray top and blue jeans. There was no further description for the second male. El Cerrito Police Officers were notified of the shooting. Officers requested station video, and TSOC was notified.
A sergeant and officers responded to the station regarding a stabbing near the station agent’s booth, which the male victim reported to San Bruno Police officers who subsequently arrested the male suspect. The victim, who sustained a non-life-threatening laceration to his arm, was transported to a hospital for further medical attention while BART officers took custody of the suspect. An independent witness reported seeing the victim and the suspect involved in a verbal dispute before the stabbing occurred. A detective responded to interview the suspect, and an evidence technician arrived to process the scene; the knife apparently used in the attack was recovered as well. The suspect was eventually booked into the San Mateo County jail for assault with a deadly weapon and issued a prohibition order. Station video was requested, and TSOC was notified.
An employee located an abandoned case under one of the platform benches. The case was found to contain a Winchester .22 caliber rifle. The weapon is not known to be associated with a crime. An officer took custody of the rifle and booked it into evidence. TSOC notified.
Officers responded to the station on a report of a suspect armed with a knife. The suspect was described as a black male, 20's, short dreads, wearing a blue hoodie and blue jeans. Updated information was received that the suspect was being held down by citizens prior to the officers' arrival. When officer's arrived, the suspect had already fled the area, however, citizens recovered the suspect's knife. The victim, who is hearing impaired, told officers that as he was exiting the station via the walkway, the suspect jumped in front of him, displayed the knife, and made stabbing motions towards him. The victim was able to throw the suspect to the ground. The suspect eventually fled the scene and left the knife behind. The victim was not injured and said that he can identify the suspect. The victim said that he has seen the suspect at the station on several previous occasions. Station video will be requested.
A sergeant encountered a male suspect chasing another male while swinging a knife at the victim. The sergeant drew his firearm and ordered the suspect to drop the knife and get on the ground. The suspect complied and was taken into custody without incident. The victim did not wish police assistance and left the area. The suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for brandishing a weapon, possession of a dirk/dagger and for multiple infraction warrants.
A victim reported that she was seated next to a female (BF, 50s, short hair, dressed in all yellow) on a San Francisco bound train. She heard the female suspect mutter something like "give me your phone," but she ignored the suspect. A few minutes later, she noticed that the suspect was holding a folding pocket knife close to her, but the suspect did not say anything or motion towards the victim. The victim believed that the suspect was trying to get her to give up her phone, but she kept her phone and went to another car to report the crime. Officers checked the train at the Embarcadero Station, but the suspect was not located. The victim was not injured. Train/Station video will be requested.
The station agent reported that a male suspect was acting strangely, dancing and waving a knife around. Officers responded and detained the man, who initially refused to cooperate. The man was taken into custody and was found to be intoxicated in public. Although the knife was recovered, there were no victims willing to press charges. The man was booked at Santa Rita Jail for public intoxication and resisting arrest.
Officers responded to the station on a report from the station agent of hearing possible gunshots or fireworks. Additional information also came in of subjects possibly shooting from, or at, a vehicle. An officer located one expended shell casing in the taxi zone of the station. According to witnesses, a black male, described as 5'11", fit, 200 lbs., wearing a dark gray hoodie and blue jeans, exited a silver 4dr car and fired one round from a black handgun into the ground. The suspect ran from the station on foot and the vehicle drove off. It appears that the suspect may have negligently discharged his firearm into the ground as he was exiting the car. There were no victims located and area hospitals were notified in the event a shooting victim surfaced. TSOC was notified.
BART PD and SFPD officers responded to the station on a report of a person who was bleeding from the mouth and was brandishing a weapon. On arrival officers met with the station agent who reported that he had gone to check on the welfare of the suspect who was on the platform bleeding from the mouth, but the suspect became aggressive towards the agent and brandished a box cutter in a threatening manner. The suspect then stuck the agent with the suspect's elbow. The station agent was not injured. SFPD detained the suspect and BART officers arrested and booked the suspect for brandishing a weapon and battery on a transit employee. The suspect was issued a prohibition order. OCC notified.
A victim said that he was in a dispute with two suspects (who are somewhat known to him, but he doesn't know their names) over his bike. One of the suspects (#1 HM/WM, 5'3", early 20s, red/orange windbreaker, white jeans) pulled a knife from his side and threatened to stab the victim if he didn't give the suspects the bike. Suspect #2 (HM/WM, early 20s, black clothing) took the bike and the victim's backpack and the two suspects fled out of the station. Officers were not able to locate the suspects. The victim was not injured. Station video will be requested.
A patron reported witnessing two males beat up and shoot a male victim on the Richmond bound train at the station. The suspects (#1 BM, black hoodie, black jeans, #2 BM, red hoodie, black jeans with braids and a beard) fled from the train into the station, while the victim stayed on the train. An officer intercepted the train at the Fruitvale Station and located the victim. Other officers searched the area around Lake Merritt, but the suspects were not located. The victim said that he was asleep and was awakened by the suspects. Suspect #1 was holding a handgun to his chest and they demanded the victim's property. The victim tried to fight back and was pistol whipped in the face, causing a 1/2 inch laceration to his eye area. The suspect also shot him in the abdomen with the gun (which turned out to be a BB gun). The victim had multiple layers of clothing, so there was no injury as a result of being shot with the BB gun, but he was transported for treatment for his facial injury. The suspects were able to take the victim's phone. Officers were not able to track the phone. Station and train car video will be requested.
Officers intercepted a Fremont bound train for a report of a patron threatening another patron with a weapon. The suspect was off boarded, identified by the victim and was placed under arrest for brandishing a weapon and was issued a prohibition order.
Officers responded to investigate a report of a male brandishing a knife in the station bus zone. Shortly after they arrived, they were flagged down by the victim, who reported that the suspect, who also brandished a gun, had just gotten into a taxi and was leaving the station. Officers stopped the taxi, and detained the male passenger. A replica firearm and a knife were found on the man's person. Pittsburg PD also responded to assist. The victim made a positive identification of the suspect and performed a citizen's arrest. The suspect was ultimately booked at the Martinez Detention Facility for brandishing a knife and a replica firearm. The suspect was issued a prohibition order prior to booking. TSOC notified.
Officers responded to the station on a report of an armed man who had run to the platform. On arrival, officers determined that a security guard had chased an armed robbery suspect to the station from a nearby store and El Cerrito PD officers were already on scene. The suspect was located on the platform and a replica firearm was recovered along with a knife. The suspect was arrested by El Cerrito PD. Trains were delayed for several minutes during the search for the suspect. TSOC notified TSA-05-14684-16.
An adult female was involved in a verbal dispute with two juveniles who were obstructing the platform stairs at the station. During the dispute, one of the juveniles sprayed the victim with pepper spray and then both juveniles fled on foot from the station. The victim was not injured, but was transported to UCSF hospital for treatment for exposure to pepper spray.
A station agent who witnessed an assault on another station agent on 5/25 called to report that the suspect was entering the station. Officers detained the male suspect and the witness agent identified him as the same person who jabbed at another station agent with a box cutter on 5/25 at 0910 hours. The victim agent was not injured as a result of the assault. The original report was made on 5/25, but the suspect managed to elude capture until today. The suspect was interviewed before being issued a prohibition order. The box cutter was recovered from the suspect. While being booked at the Glenn Dyer Jail for assault on an agent with a deadly weapon, the suspect made statements requiring a psychiatric evaluation, so he was transported to John George Pavilion on a psychiatric hold with a hold for the criminal charge.
A Critical Asset Patrol officer contacted an adult male for fare evasion. The officer was unable to confirm his identification, so the officer requested to search him for ID. The suspect consented to the search and brass knuckles were located during the search. The suspect was FI'd for fare evasion and booked into the San Francisco County Jail for possession of brass knuckles.
A victim reported a male creating a disturbance on the train who also brandished a knife. Officers intercepted the train and contacted the male suspect and the victim. The suspect was found to be on probation and was also in possession of a knife. The victim identified him and placed him under citizen's arrest for brandishing the knife. The male suspect was issued a prohibition order and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for brandishing a knife and a probation violation.
The victim was on a Dublin/Pleasanton bound train at the station when the suspect, described as a HM, 30-35 yrs old, with short curly black hair, acne scarred face, and possibly wearing a black t-shirt, approached the victim from behind and snatched her cell phone from her hands. The victim struggled with the suspect to retain the phone until the suspect produced a knife and held it to the victim's face. The victim became scared and let go of her phone. The suspect ran from the train and out of the station. The suspect apparently dropped the knife, and the victim recovered it using a plastic bag. The suspect was not injured and her phone could not be tracked. The knife will be processed for evidence, and video was requested. TSOC was notified. TSA# 05-14263-16
A female victim came to the station agent's booth with cuts to her scalp and told the agent that a male suspect had struck her with an umbrella. The female then chased the male into the surrounding neighborhood. The suspect was described as a black male, with a dark complexion, wearing a black Raiders shirt. Officers responded, but could not locate the suspect in the area. The female returned to the station and was transported to Washington Hospital for treatment. The female was uncooperative and refused to provide any information to investigating officers, including her name.
BART Police officers responded to the station regarding the victim of a stabbing in the bus zone area. San Leandro Police officers and firefighters arrived at the station first, and located the adult male victim on a bus bench suffering from stab wounds to his upper body, but conscious and breathing. The victim was transported to a local hospital, while an adult male suspect was detained on a city street southeast of the station. Patrol officers located and interviewed several witnesses. BART Police detectives and crime scene technicians responded to assist with the investigation. A/C Transit bus and station video was requested. TSOC notified.
A female patron was walking along the foot path on the Pleasanton side of the station when she was approached by a male suspect who brandished a handgun and demanded the victim's purse. The suspect fled with the loss towards Stoneridge Mall. An area search was conducted, but the suspect was not located. Local police agencies were notified as well as Stoneridge security. The suspect was described as a White Male, approximately 20 years old, wearing a black ball cap with red writing, a black hoodie and blue jeans.