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Crime Suspect in chain attack on BART in custody on psychiatric hold

19:05  14 february  2020
19:05  14 february  2020 Source:   sfchronicle.com

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The man suspected of beating a passenger with a chain in an unprovoked attack aboard a BART train is in custody on a psychiatric hold after being detained by California Highway Patrol officers and identified by BART police Thursday night, authorities said.

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BART spokeswoman Alicia Trost said Friday morning that because the man is on a psychiatric hold, he has not yet been booked and his name and other identifying information have not been released.

Earlier Thursday afternoon, BART police released surveillance photos of the suspect.

The suspect was seen boarding a Daly City-bound train at the Coliseum BART station and beginning to “casually” speak with a female passenger already aboard the train, BART officials said Thursday.

“The victim then boarded the train at Fruitvale and began talking to both the male and female,” BART officials said of the surveillance video, which they did not release. “The suspect then punched the male in the face and the two got into a fight.”

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BART spokesman Jim Allison told The Chronicle on Wednesday that the suspect allegedly asked for directions and then hit the victim with a chain at 6:09 p.m., during peak evening commuting hours.

The suspect ran off the train when it stopped at the Lake Merritt BART station.

In still photos taken from BART surveillance footage, the suspect is seen wearing a hoodie, green shirt, and a fanny pack around his hips.

The victim was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries for treatment. He has since been released, officials said.

Anyone with information about this incident should call BART police at 510-464-7040 or anonymously at 510-464-7011.

Lauren Hernández and Michael Cabanatuan are San Francisco Chronicle staff writers. Email: lauren.hernandez@sfchronicle.com and mcabanatuan@sfchronicle.com. Twitter: @LaurenPorFavor and @ctuan

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