783 total incidents tagged with Weapon

 Robbery

El Cerrito del Norte - 1604-0034

The mother of a 12 year old victim called to report that her son was robbed at gunpoint, about 20 minutes earlier. The suspect brandished a gun at the victim and forced him part-way down the stairs leading to the concourse, where he took the victim's wallet from his pocket. When the suspect demanded the victim's backpack, the victim refused and shoved the suspect, before running to the bus zone, where he boarded a waiting bus. It is not known where the suspect went after the offense. Responding officers checked the area for the suspect, but were unable to locate him. The suspect was described as a black male in his 20's, wearing all black clothing and white Jordan basketball shoes.

Arrest
Prohibition order
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General Robbery Weapon Weapon Involved 

 Brandishing Weapon/Emergency Psychiatric Detention

Coliseum - 1603-0709

A patron reported that a male suspect on the platform had lifted his shirt to display a pistol concealed in his waistband. Officers responded and briefly detained the suspect, but found no weapon. Officers later determined that the reporting party was in need of emergency psychiatric detention. The suspect was released, as there was no merit to the weapon call. The reporting party was transported by ambulance to John George Pavilion for evaluation and treatment.

Arrest
Prohibition order
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General Weapon Psychiatric Evaluation 

 Vandalism/Public Intoxication/Possession of Knife

Bay Fair - 1603-0501

Several patrons on board the Dublin bound train reported that a male suspect was stabbing seats on the train with a knife. The suspect got off the train at Bay Fair Station and began walking around the platform with the knife in his hand. Officers detained the man and recovered the knife. No complainants came forward regarding the vandalism, and no victims were located for any other crimes. Officers determined that the man was intoxicated in public and he was arrested. The suspect was booked at Santa Rita Jail.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
General Public Intoxication Vandalism Weapon Weapon Involved Medical Assistance 

 Robbery

South Hayward - 1603-0479

Two victims were at the station to purchase an item advertised on Craigslist, but the victims were met by two suspects who robbed the victims at gun point before fleeing in a vehicle. The loss included the victims' phones and cash. Responding officers were able to locate the suspect vehicle nearby in Hayward and evidence was collected. The suspects were described as #1 Black Male 5'10", 180 pounds, wearing blue jeans and white shoes. #2 Black Male, 6'3", 180 pounds, wearing sunglasses and a blue hoodie.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
Robbery Weapon Weapon Involved 

 Robbery (Armed)

Orinda - 1602-0584

An adult female victim was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot by three (3) suspects, described as Black males in their late teens to early 20's. Suspect (S-1), described only as "chubby", ran up to the victim while she was standing at the open, right front passenger door of her vehicle, which was parked in stall #605. S-1 said "hey big girl" to the victim as he ran towards her. S-1 used his body to wedge the victim into the front passenger seat. S-1 then reached into the vehicle and took the victim's purse from the front passenger seat. During the struggle with S-1, the victim saw suspect #2 (S-2), described only as having a slim build, standing in close proximity, just watching. The victim also saw suspect #3 (S-3), described as having short black hair "pointed upwards", wearing a dark colored top, and holding either a black shotgun or a rifle against his chest, which was pointed "upward." The suspects fled from the station in what the victim described as a "pearly" white colored, newer model Mercedes SUV, with a possible third row. The victim's purse, a Petunia Pickel Bottom brand purse, contained a black Petunia Pickel Bottom wallet with six credit cards, a white unknown model Apple iPhone in a pink and white otter box, a white iPod touch, a Bank of America check book and miscellaneous makeup. The victim's cell phone was unable to be tracked. The victim was not injured and said that she would not be able to identify the suspects. Several allied agencies were notified of the incident along with the suspect vehicle and suspect descriptions. Video of the parking lot is being requested by the investigating officer.

Arrest
Prohibition order
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General Robbery Weapon 

Possession of a Dirk or Dagger/Drug Possession/Drug Paraphernalia/Arrest

Fruitvale - 1602-0579

An AC Transit bus driver reported an illegally parked vehicle in the bus zone at the station. Officers responded and located the vehicle which was occupied by two individuals. The driver exited the vehicle and informed officers that his vehicle had broken down. A records check was conducted on the driver and passenger. The driver was found to be on probation out of San Mateo County and consented to a search of his person and vehicle. Officers located on the driver, a concealed dagger, along with suspected methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The driver was placed under arrest. The passenger was clear of any warrants and was identified and released. The driver's vehicle was towed from the scene. The driver was booked into the Glen Dyer Jail on the above listed charges. The Narcotics Task Force Officer was notified of the arrest.

Arrest
Prohibition order
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General Narcotics Weapon 

 Carjacking

Bay Fair - 1602-0575

A female victim reported that she was pulled from her silver 2012 Mercedes ML 350 and forced to the ground at rifle point by two male suspects. The suspects took the woman's purse and fled in her vehicle in an unknown direction. The suspects were described only as two black males, 18-20 years old, wearing dark clothing. Responding officers were unable to locate the vehicle in the area. The crime information was shared with San Leandro PD and CHP.

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General Robbery Weapon Weapon Involved Carjacking 

 Trespassing/Possess Illegal Weapon

Coliseum - 1602-0443

Officers detained a male suspect for reportedly disturbing a BART employee; the same suspect was detained earlier in the day for disturbing patrons and released shortly after being admonished for interfering with business at the station. A criminal history check of the suspect revealed he was on searchable probation, and a subsequent search of his property revealed he was in possession of an improvised weapon (billy club / slingshot). The suspect was placed under arrest for possessing the weapon, violating the terms of his probation and for trespassing by obstructing/interfering with transit business. The BART employee positively identified the suspect, but refused to pursue a disturbance complaint. As the suspect was non-compliant after being arrested, officers placed him in the Wrap restraint but no force was used. A sergeant responded to approve the arrest and the suspect was booked into the county jail a short time later.

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Prohibition order
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Violation of Court Order Weapon Trespassing 

 Outside Assist/Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Fruitvale - 1602-0208

Oakland PD requested that our officers check the station for a suspect in an attempted stabbing. Officers located a man matching the suspect description and detained him, locating a knife on his person. The victim came forward and identified the man as the person who tried to rob him at knife point on city streets. The suspect was turned over to OPD for further investigation.

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General Robbery Weapon Outside Assist Assault/Battery Weapon Involved 

 Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Concord - 1601-2840

Concord PD reported that a possible stabbing had occurred at the station. Officers responded and located a male with a small cut to his upper arm. The man was well known as a chronic offender at Concord Station. The apparent victim refused to cooperate with the investigation and was treated at John Muir hospital for a 2" cut to his arm. The incident apparently occurred in the Clayton Road parking lot, but no witnesses came forward and no suspect information was available. It is not known how the victim suffered his injury. The victim was treated and released.

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Prohibition order
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General Weapon Assault/Battery Weapon Involved 

 Resisting Arrest/Firearm Possession/Violation of Probation

West Oakland - 1601-2603

An officer detained a male suspect on suspicion of tampering with a bicycle at the station. During the detention, the suspect provided an alias identity/name which police dispatchers were then able to match with an outstanding felony auto theft warrant for his arrest. Shortly after the warrant was discovered, however, the suspect suddenly ran from the officer who then chased after him on foot. While running, the suspect tossed a firearm into an empty lot on Chester St., between 7th and 8th Streets, and then ran into a nearby restaurant’s restroom. Assisting BART and Oakland Police officers soon arrived and the restaurant’s employees and customers were evacuated. Subsequently, officers were able to convince the suspect to surrender peacefully; and he was placed in handcuffs. The suspect’s (loaded) handgun was also recovered from the empty field. Further, a criminal history check of the suspect revealed a previous felony conviction as well as active court probation for auto theft. A sergeant, who responded to the scene, performed the use of force investigation. The suspect, who was not injured, refused to be interviewed by the sergeant and was then booked into the county jail for resisting arrest, firearm violations and for violating the terms of his probation. The primary officer was treated at a local hospital for a minor injury and then released.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
Violation of Court Order Resisting Arrest Weapon 

Homicide

West Oakland - 1601-1620

At about 19:45, multiple witnesses reported that a suspect who was riding on a SFO Airport bound train approaching West Oakland Station used a handgun to shoot another passenger multiple times and then fled on foot from the train at West Oakland Station. Officers responded and assisted with providing first aid to the victim. West Oakland Station was closed while the investigation was conducted and the victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. At this time, a suspect has not been arrested and the weapon has not been recovered. Detectives and evidence technicians responded to assist with the investigation. The suspect was described as a black male, late 20's to early 30's, 6'2" skinny build with broad shoulders, scruffy face, wearing a long green trench coat over dark hoodie with hood up, dark pants, dark backpack, armed with a black semi auto handgun.

Arrest
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Warrant related
Weapon Weapon Involved Coroner's case Homicide 

Officer Involved Shooting

Hayward - 1512-4910

Officers contacted a suspicious male suspect in a U-Haul truck on the first level of the station’s parking structure. During the contact, the officers learned that the suspect was on searchable probation. Sometime after learning this information, the suspect produced a handgun and shot one of the officers. The second officer then returned fire and struck the suspect several times; the suspect was then taken into custody. Both the injured officer and the suspect were transported to a local hospital. The officer suffered a non-life threatening injury and was later released from the hospital. The suspect, who remained in the hospital, was said to be in stable condition. Later, the body of an adult male was discovered in the U-Haul truck. Multiple assisting officers, including investigators, command staff and Hayward Police Officers responded to the scene. The investigation is on-going. TSOC notified (TSA #12-33533)

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Weapon Coroner's case 

 Assault with a Deadly Weapon/Psychiatric Detention

Ashby - 1512-4653

Officers responded to the station regarding the report of a male suspect having thrown a beer bottle at a male victim, which caused an injury to the victim’s face. BART and Berkeley Police Officers unsuccessfully searched for the suspect, while the victim was treated by paramedics for what was determined to be a minor lip injury; he also refused further medical attention. Approximately 40 minutes later, Berkeley Police Officers were called to the corner of Russell and Grand Streets regarding a male suspect experiencing mental health issues (i.e., hearing voices, wishing to be killed by police); and determined he matched the description of the station’s assault suspect. BART Officers then transported the victim and a witness to the suspect’s location for in-field identification(s), and determined he was the assault suspect. However, due to his mental health issues, he was transported to the county’s mental health pavilion where was placed on a psychiatric hold, along with a police hold. Once the suspect is cleared by mental health care professionals, he will be booked into the county jail for assault with a deadly weapon.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
Weapon Assault/Battery 

 Outside Assist/Carjacking

West Oakland - 1512-3886

A victim reported that their white Honda Accord and wallet were taken at gunpoint in the area of 7th Street and Mandela Parkway. The victim walked to the station to make the report. Officers assisted with an area check, but could not locate the victim vehicle. The investigation was turned over to Oakland PD.

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General Weapon Outside Assist Weapon Involved Carjacking 

 Possession of a Dagger/Warrant Arrest

Hayward - 1512-2843

A bus driver reported a male suspect in the bus zone carrying a large knife, but not brandishing it at anyone. An officer arrived and ordered the suspect to drop the knife, which he did. The officer took the suspect into custody without incident. A records check revealed a $10,000 warrant for being a sex offender out of compliance. The male was booked into the Santa Rita Jail for possession of the knife and the warrant.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
Warrant Arrest Weapon 

Man with a Gun

19th St. Oakland - 1512-1073

While at the station checking a Pittsburg bound train on an unrelated call for service, two officers were contacted by a reporting party who stated that a man had just gotten off that train who had a gun in his waistband. The suspect was described as a black male in his 50's, wearing a black beanie and a black jacket. The man was last seen walking toward the concourse. Officers searched the station and surrounding area, with negative results. There was no impact on service. TSOC notified.

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Warrant related
General Weapon Weapon Involved 

 Warrant service/Weapons/Narcotics Possession (Arrest)

Bay Fair - 1511-5493

While on patrol, an officer observed and contacted a subject who was sprawled out on a bench. A wants check revealed that the subject had 2 felony outstanding warrants. The first was a felony no bail warrant charging a narcotics offense issued from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. The second was a felony $30k warrant charging fraud and burglary issued from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office. Incident to arrest, the officer located a large concealed knife on the suspect’s person, as well as a suspected crack pipe. The subject was arrested and booked into the Santa Rita Jail for his warrants and felony probation violation.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
Warrant Arrest General Narcotics Weapon 

 Weapons Call/Psychiatric Detention

Glen Park - 1511-5486

A patron to the station agent at 16th St. Station reported that there was a male subject on board an SFO train threatening patrons with a meat cleaver. The incident train car held at the Glenn Park Station while BART and SFPD officers responded Code 3. The officers searched the incident train car and a witness flagged them down and pointed out the suspect. The officers took the suspect into custody without incident and located 2 kitchen knives (3” blade) on his person and on his backpack. Investigation into the matter revealed that the suspect did not brandish the knife at anyone, but that he was holding it as he was mumbling profanities to himself. The suspect was deemed a danger to others so he was transported to the SF General Hospital for psychiatric evaluation. A lieutenant responded to conduct a use of force investigation. TSOC was notified.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
General Weapon Psychiatric Evaluation 

 Assault with a Deadly Weapon (Prohibition Order)

Colma - 1511-4370

Witnesses reported that a female suspect was battering a male victim in the free area. The female was slapping and hitting the victim with a metal sign holder. BART and Broadmoor officers responded and detained both parties. Officers determined that the suspect and victim were friends, but that the female got angry after an argument and began hitting the victim. The victim had no visible injuries and declined medical attention. The female was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and battery on transit property and was booked at the San Mateo County Jail. She was issued a prohibition order prior to booking.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
General Prohibition Order Issued Weapon Assault/Battery 

 Brandishing Weapon/Resisting Arrest/Probation Violation

Bay Fair - 1511-4226

A patron, who off-boarded at San Leandro Station, reported that two males were involved in a dispute on the Fremont bound train. The suspect, described as a black male wearing a black baseball cap, was reportedly holding a knife to the neck of the victim, who was described as a Hispanic male, wearing a red shirt. BART and San Leandro officers detained both parties at Bay Fair Station and recovered the knife from the black male. The two men claimed to be friends, who were just playing. The suspect was arrested for resisting/obstructing an officer and for probation violation. The other man was released at the scene. The original reporting party left the area before contacting an officer and no complainants came forward for the brandishing violation. TSOC notified.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
General Disturbing the Peace Violation of Court Order Resisting Arrest Weapon Weapon Involved Brandishing Weapon 

 Brandishing Weapon

West Oakland - 1511-4213

A victim reported that a suspect brandished a handgun at him after a dispute at the station. The victim is a gypsy cab driver and the suspect was the driver of a Yellow Cab. The victim and suspect exchanged words over the victim picking up fares at the station. The suspect made verbal threats to kill the victim, drove off for a few minutes and then returned. The suspect then brandished a black handgun while seated in his cab. The suspect was described as an East Indian male, about 45 years old, short, about 200 pounds, wearing dark clothing. The suspect was last seen driving westbound from the station. The victim did not report the crime for about 10 minutes and officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area. OPD and CHP were notified. The investigation is continuing in an attempt to identify the suspect. TSOC notified.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
General Weapon Weapon Involved Brandishing Weapon Threats to Person 

 Possession of Concealed Weapon/Arrest

Bay Fair -

An officer detained a male and a female in order to investigate the report of a possible domestic violence incident. During the detention, the male told the officer he was in possession of a handgun which he claimed he was permitted to carry. The officer safely placed the male in handcuffs and, upon the arrival of assisting officers, recovered a loaded and concealed .38 caliber handgun from the male. The handgun was registered to the male, but he did not have a concealed weapons permit; and was placed under arrest for the concealed weapon violation. A sergeant responded and approved the arrest. The male was then booked into the county jail for the weapon violation. The domestic violence portion of the incident was not substantiated. 1511-3337. TSOC notified. L10

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
Weapon 

 Outside Assist

West Oakland - 1511-2877

Oakland PD requested all available units from surrounding agencies respond to assist them with a sideshow involving approximately 400 vehicles, in the area of 55th and International. Suspects reportedly fired shots at responding officers and a police helicopter. BART officers responded, along with CHP and Alameda County Sheriff's deputies. BART officers held a perimeter while OPD dispersed the sideshow and conducted their investigation.

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General Disturbing the Peace Weapon Outside Assist Weapon Involved Brandishing Weapon 

 Weapons Call/Filing False Police Report

16th St. Mission - 1511-2731

A patron called both SFPD and BART PD claiming that there was a subject on the platform who was armed with a gun. The patron additionally told this to the station agent. Officers responded and located the possible suspect and took him into custody without incident. The original reporting patron later recanted his story claiming that he never reported that the suspect in question was armed. The reporting patron was placed under arrest for filing a false police report and was booked into the SF County Jail. The suspect who was detained at gunpoint was released. A sergeant responded to conduct the use of force investigation and oversaw the arrest.

Arrest
Prohibition order
Warrant related
General Weapon