The officer in question is BART Officer Joseph Mateu, who was cleared two years ago by the District Attorney's Office following the shooting.
Henry Lee reports.
BART released the data last week, showing that black riders received more than half of the citations for "quality of life" offenses, such as fare evasion, disruptive behavior and eating, drinking or smoking on trains, in both 2018 and 2019.
Two officers fired shots at a man armed with a gun. The man, who has not been identified, is expected to survive, the transit agency said Sunday morning.
Police have not identified the man,
Greg Liggins reports.
Officers responded to the station after they received a report of a domestic disturbance aboard a northound train involving a young man and young woman.
Greg Liggins reports from El Cerrito.
The shooting happened around 2 p.m. Saturday at the El Cerrito del Norte BART station.
California Highway Patrol-Oakland have taken a BART assault suspect into custody Thursday evening, the transit agency says.
Nicholas Stallcup was waiting for a friend to catch an 11:30 p.m. train from the Civic Center Station to the MacArthur Station when he descended the station stairwell to find a man on the floor, police said.
BART deployed a new team of officers on Monday to monitor trains and platforms as part of Chief Ed Alvarez's plan to reduce crime.
Brim is scheduled to return to court on Monday for a mental competency hearing before another judge, Superior Court Judge Michael Gaffey.
Rob Roth reports.
Syon Sergio was contacted shortly before 1 p.m. and found to be in possession of controlled substance and a loaded firearm, officials said.
Wanda Johnson, Oscar's mother, described her son's legacy as one of love, community, and bringing an end to violence.
The noon rally at the station at 3401 E. 12th St. will celebrate the life of Grant, who was fatally shot by former BART police Officer Johannes Mehserle on New Year's Day in 2009.
The theft happened when the train pulled into the 12th Street BART station in Oakland.
Roberto Marenco, 38, was taken into custody at 8:45 p.m. at a home in Concord. Clayton and Concord police assisted BART police.
Steve Foster said he knew he could not eat on the train. However, he did not know it was against the law to eat on the platform. He said had he known, he would have thrown it away or eaten it outside the fare gate.