The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 351 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight October 18 to 7:00 a.m. on October 20, 2014. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/19/2014 11:05 PM
Location: 3800 Reynosa Street
Offense: Death Investigation
Case Number: 1410190137
A 16 year old male was accidentally shot and killed by his 24 year old brother while they were drawing a 9mm handgun from a holster that the older brother was wearing. The two were in a back apartment behind a home located in the 3800 block of Reynosa Street. The two had gotten together to watch a television show when the older brother who was wearing a holster and weapon began to draw the pistol. The 16 year old victim was struck once in the chest by a single gunshot. The mother of the two men was also at the apartment at the time of the shooting. The victim was transported by CCFD EMS to Spohn MCC were he was later pronounced dead. Corpus Christi Police Detectives arrived and are still investigating this case, however at this time no arrests have been made and at this case appears to be an accidental shooting.
The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 223 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight October 16 to 7:00 a.m. on October 17, 2014. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/16/2014 1:30 PM
Location: 4100 Teresa Street
Offense: Aggravated Assault
(PC 22.02 First Degree Felony)
Case Number: 1410160068
A 47 year old male called Corpus Christi Police after he said an ex-boyfriend tried to hit him with a car while he was in the front yard of his home located in the 4100 block of Teresa St. The man said he had to jump out of the way so the vehicle would not hit him. The suspect had driven by the victim’s house a couple of times before that yelling and swearing at the man while he was outside doing yard work. Other officers responding to the call, found the suspect, Clifford Courville (11/14/1966) in his 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt near the location and arrested him for aggravated assault, a first degree felony. His vehicle was impounded.
The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 205 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight October 15 to 7:00 a.m. on October 16, 2014. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/16/2014 1:22 AM
Location: 6300 McArdle Road
Offense: Aggravated Assault
(PC22.02 Second Degree Felony)
Case Number: 1410160009
Corpus Christi Police responded to the report of a stabbing in the parking lot of Zero’s Bar located at 6327 McArdle Rd. Officers arrived and did not find a victim or an offender but did locate a crime scene consisting of blood splatter on the gravel parking lot in front of the bar. While officers were still investigating this, a call came in from a 42 year old man who said he had been involved in a fight at Zero’s Bar and that he had stabbed someone in the leg. The man was now at his home located in the 1200 block of Mendoza St. Officers responded to his home and gathered his information and collected the knife that was used. At this time there has been no victim come forward or show up at any of the hospitals reporting a stabbing. The man was identified and released and officers will continue to investigate this case.
Location: 400 South Padre Island Drive
Offense: Credit / Debit Card Abuse
(PC 32.31 State Jail Felony)
Case Number: 1410010122
Corpus Christi Police Financial Crimes detectives are looking for anyone who recognizes the male suspect in the photos. The suspect allegedly took Wells Fargo Visa cards from a mail box of the victim in front of his home which is located in the 5000 block of Lost Creek Drive. The suspect then used the credit cards at several different locations in the city charging up over $2600 worth of goods and services. The image of the suspect was obtained from one of the businesses where he used the stolen credit cards. Anyone who can identify this individual, or has any additional information about this crime should call the Corpus Christi Police Financial Crimes Detectives at 886-2840. Anyone who would like to keep their identity secret and still provide information to Detectives should call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or submit the information online at http://www.888TIPS.com. Information provided to Crime Stoppers which results in an arrest may earn the caller a cash reward
The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 216 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight October 14 to 7:00 a.m. on October 15, 2014. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/14/2014 2:55 PM
Location: 4314 Big Cypress Bayou Drive
(PC 30.04 Class A Misdemeanor)
Case Number: 1410140088
A 26 year old female victim called Corpus Christi Police and reported that a 9mm Glock handgun that she placed in the center console of her 2013 Ford F150 truck was stolen. The victim said she is not sure when the gun was taken and that she only noticed it was missing earlier in the day. No forced entry to the truck was observed and the victim believes she may have left her truck doors unlocked.
The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 217 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight October 13 to 7:00 a.m. on October 14, 2014. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/13/2014 12:50 PM
Location: 6000 Skyline Drive
Offense: Assault on a Public Servant
(PC 22.01 Third Degree Felony)
Case Number: 1410130076
Corpus Christi Police were dispatched to the 900 block of Parkwood Place for a burglary to a vehicle that had just occurred. When officers arrived on Parkwood Place, witnesses there told them that the suspect who had broken into the car was at a home located in the 6000 block of Skyline Drive. When two officers approached the male suspect who was hiding outside of the home between two cars, they were attacked by the suspect. Both officers were hit in the face a couple of times by the suspect, and they all fell into a wooden fence, breaking several planks of wood. Officers were finally able to gain control of the suspect and arrest him. Both officers received bumps, scrapes and bruises, and one officer was taken to Spohn Memorial for an injury to his knee and an elevated heart rate and blood pressure. The 25 year old male suspect was arrested and he also was admitted to the hospital for injuries. The suspect is facing two counts of assault on a peace officer, a third degree felony once he is medically cleared from the hospital. Officers are also investigating his involvement into the burglary to the vehicle that was parked on Parkwood Place.
The suspect, Daniel Salazar (2.23.1959), was booked into the City Detention Center at 2:04 a.m. for Murder.
Date: Monday, October 13, 2014, 9:14pm
Location: 4000 Bray
Offense: Murder (PC 19.02) 1st Degree Felony
Case Number: 1410130150
On October 13, 2014 at approximately 9:14 PM officers were dispatched to 4000 Bray in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival officers found a 30-year-old male inside the house that had been shot twice, once in the leg and once in the upper torso. He was transported to Spohn Memorial Hospital. At approximately 9:45 PM the victim succumbed to his wounds.
Officers were advised that the victim, who is an ex-boyfriend of the suspect’s daughter, came over to the residence and a scuffle ensued with the father. The 30-year-old victim was shot twice during the scuffle.
A 55-year-old male is being detained and questioned at this time. Detectives are still in the process of investigating this incident.
As more information becomes available it will be released through the public information office.
Date: 10/02/2014 2:50 AM
Location: 400 South Padre Island Drive
Offense: Burglary of a Building (PC 30.02 State Jail Felony)
Case Number: 14100200027
An employee of the 4 Season’s Equipment located at 430 South Padre Island Drive reported that the front doors of the business had been pried open.
Camera surveillance from the property shows two males driving a dark full size Dodge 4 door truck, pull into the parking lot, get out and look inside the front door with flashlights. They are then scene going to the side of the building and one of the men takes a rock and throws it at the camera that is recording them until it breaks. The suspects then pry the front doors of the business open and enter the showroom area. While inside the suspects steal grass trimmers, chain saws and a laptop computer. The estimated total dollar amount stolen was over $2,700 worth of property.
Both suspects appear to between twenty to thirty years old. One of the males is about 5’8” to 5’10” tall and weighs about 180 pounds wearing a button down shirt, cap, and cargo shorts. The second suspect appears to be 5’6” to 5’8” tall weighing about 170 pounds. He is wearing a cap, black t-shirt and cargo shorts.
Anyone who can identify the individuals responsible, or has any additional information about this crime should call the Corpus Christi Police Property Crimes Detectives at 886-2840.
Anyone who would like to keep their identity secret and still provide information to Detectives should call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or submit the information online at http://www.888TIPS.com. Information provided to Crime Stoppers which results in an arrest may earn the caller a cash reward
Suspect vehicle pulling into parking lot
Suspect looking into business
Suspects entering business
Second suspect entering business
The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 188 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight October 12 to 7:00 a.m. on October 13, 2014. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/13/2014 5:40 AM
Location: 5600 Leopard Street
Offense: Theft of a Motor Vehicle (PC 31.07 State Jail Felony)
Case Number: 141013002
A 63 year old man called Corpus Christi Police after he pulled into a gas station to fill up and his truck was stolen.
The victim stated he was low on gas and parked his 1992 Ford F150 truck at the gas pump and walked into the Snappy Food Store located at 5626 Leopard St. to pay and when he walked out his truck was gone. The man said his truck was turned off, and that he had the keys in his pocket.
About twenty minutes later officers found the stolen truck parked at the gas pumps of a Stripes Store located at 3238 Buddy Lawrence. A witness at that store told officers that he had helped the driver push the truck to the gas pumps because it had run out of gas.
The suspect is described by the witness as a young Hispanic male in his twenties about 5` 7″ tall with tattoos on both arms and near his right eye. He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and red shorts.
The truck was returned to the owner, and officers are still investigating this case.