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California man arrested, given a citation for eating a sandwich on a BART station platform

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A California man has been arrested by transit police for eating a breakfast sandwich at a train station last week, which is a violation of the law of a member state, which ended with the man being handcuffed and given a citation.

Steve Foster, 31, was put on a Bay Area Rapid Transit platform in the vicinity of the Contra Costa Center, on his way to work at around 8 a.m. on Nov. 4, when the transit officer, who, as the D. a Shooting in a video posted online, stopped him, and told him that he was breaking the law.

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“You have been detained and are not free to go,” the officer says in the video, telling him that the food was on a BART train and the platform, it is “a violation of California law.”

Foster is accused of, the police released him from the bottom of the other people on the platform. McCormick takes over Foster’s back and threatens to have him sent to jail.

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“I’m not going to go to jail for looking at a f – – – – – – – – sandwich,” Foster says of him, demanding that he leave his backpack.

“No, no, for resisting arrest,” the officer replies.

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The men and women in the making of the movie in the video why there is a store in the vicinity of the platform, which will sell food, and that is why there are no signs indicating that the food on the platform is in motion. A government official says a woman in a video that there was such a sign.

The other three officers to come in and be a force running of Foster, and the officers handcuffed him. Foster was escorted from the platform to the front and were taken to a separate room. One of the officers says to Foster that he is being detained because he matched the description of someone who was creating a disturbance on the platform.

“The location of the BART, it is a violation of the laws of California, whether you like it or not,” McCormick says Foster, to a point. In a video posted online, McCormick says, the woman is to be filmed on the platform on the lookout for a possible intoxicated woman, who he never met before, before he spotted a promotion of the consumption of the food.

Alicia Trost, a director of communications for BART, told Fox News on Monday that the California law in question in PC 640 (b) (1): “Eating or drinking in or on a system facility or vehicle in areas where those activities are prohibited by that system.”

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She said Foster was not arrested after the incident, but was issued a citation for “eating in our paid area, that is, it is a violation of the laws of the member states.” Pride, says Foster, was “legally handcuffed when he refused to identify them.”

BART’s general manager, Bob’s Responsibilities, it said in a statement on Monday that there were “more signs for each station, to indicate that the food shall be excluded from the paid sites. Powers said the Shooting was in a different conversation when he asked me to Encourage you to stop by and eat. When he passed by again, and still saw the Promotion of the food, and a confrontation ensued.

“The individual refused to identify, called us names and made homophobic insults against the commander, who remained calm throughout the engagement,” Powers said, adding that the officer was just doing his job, but noted that “the context is the key,” and that he was “disappointed by the situation as it unfolded.”

Powers said, BART’s Independent Police Auditor, has been conducting an investigation.

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Foster described the incident to KTVU as “childish,” and said that he had “never seen anything like that happen to me before.” He told the news station he believes he was singled out because of his race.

Foster, reportedly, is facing a $250 fine and 48 hours of community service for his quote.

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