OAKLAND (CBS SF) — BART police arrested a man for public drunkenness, a parole violation and warrants Sunday afternoon on a BART train at the 19th Street station in Oakland, police said.

The incident began at about 4:10 p.m. after police got a call from passengers who said a man was acting erratically and might have a knife, BART police Lt. Randy Gregson said.

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Officers found he did not have a knife when they arrested him, Gregson said.

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BART officials held the train for about three minutes as police located the man, he said.

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