SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Over 300 people have been banned from the BART system after the transit agency’s law went into effect allowing them to issue stay-away orders.

From people convicted of domestic violence on BART platforms, to the infamous naked man who terrorized riders, a total of 339 people have made the list that bans them from the system.

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“It gives us the ability to remove them, arrest them for trespassing,” BART Police Lieutenant Terence McCarty said.

Here’s a breakdown of the offenses that got people banned:

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Stay Away Orders May 6, 2013 to December 31 2013:

  • Attempted Kidnapping  – 1
  • Robbery  – 16
  • Battery/Treats On Employees  – 20
  • Battery/Treats On Officers – 18
  • Domestic Battery – 37
  • Battery/Treats On Other Riders – 26
  • Sexual Battery – 1
  • Assault With Deadly Weapon – 2
  • Indecent Exposure – 11
  • Disturbing The Peace – 2
  • Brandishing A Weapon – 6
  • Drug Sales – 6

Total stay away orders – 146

Stay Away Orders January 1, 2013 to September 15, 2014:

  • Robbery  – 24
  • Battery/Treats On Employees  – 22
  • Battery/Treats On Officers – 24
  • Domestic Battery – 37
  • Battery/Treats On Other Riders – 38
  • Sexual Battery – 4
  • Assault With Deadly Weapon – 9
  • Child Abuse – 1
  • Indecent Exposure – 12
  • Brandishing A Weapon – 8
  • Lewd Conduct – 3
  • Annoying or molesting child under 18 – 1
  • Drug Sales – 10
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Total stay away orders – 193