Man stopped near BART station for smoking is arrested on warrant

A 46-year-old man was stopped by police Saturday evening in a BART station in San Francisco for allegedly smoking in the station and arrested on an outstanding warrant, police said.

Don Stevens of San Francisco was detained at 7:34 p.m. and arrested on a warrant for allegedly resisting arrest and trespassing on railroad property owned by San Francisco.

Police said Stevens was taken to the county jail.

BART police have been working recently to make stations safer.

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