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Suspect Arrested After Waving Knife at Four Females at BART Station

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    Investigations continue after two reported crimes were made at the Richmond BART station over the weekend. Police arrested a man Saturday after four women accused him of threatening them with a knife. The following day, a man says four other men beat him and stole his phone, smartwatch and wallet. There have not been arrests in that case.

    (Published Monday, Aug. 21, 2017)

    A male suspect was arrested in San Francisco after he waved a knife at four female victims and threatened to hurt them late Saturday night at BART's Richmond station, police said Sunday.

    At 11:48 p.m., the four victims were on the platform at Richmond station when the suspect made sexual advances toward them.

    Police said the victims turned the suspect down. The suspect then waved a knife at them and threatened them.

    Police said they found the suspect at BART's Embarcadero station in San Francisco and arrested him on suspicion of brandishing a knife and making criminal threats.

    Police said no one was injured.

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