Patrol Report 05/19/2015

The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 222 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight May 18 to 7:00 a.m. on May 19, 2015. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.

“ADAM” District
Date: 05/18/2015       6:00 PM
Location: 6300 Old Brownsville Road
Offense: Missing Child
Case Number: 1505180164
A 31 year old mother called Corpus Christi Police after she could not find her 9 year old daughter.

The mother reported to officers that her daughter had run away from their apartment, located at 6301 Old Brownsville Road, because of an argument she had with her mother.  She had been looking for her daughter for about 45 minutes prior to contacting police.

Just before 8 PM, the child was seen running thru the middle of the park. She was stopped by officers and returned to her mother.

The child was not injured.

“CHARLIE” District
Date: 05/19/2015       12:40 AM
Location: 4600 South Padre Island Drive
Offense: Forgery
P.C.  32.21      State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1505190007
A 21 year old female employee of a bar located at 4610 South Padre Island Drive called Corpus Christi Police after a customer paid for drinks with counterfeit money.

Officers arrived at the bar and were told that a female customer paid for drinks with 2 five dollar bills.  The customer then asked the employee if she would give her a twenty dollar bill for 4 five dollar bills.

When the money the customer gave the employee did not feel real, the bill was checked with a counterfeit marker.  It confirmed that the bills were fake.

Officers located the female customer, Alisha Duhon (12/01/1978), still at the bar and she was arrested for forgery.  Officers also located 11 other bills of varying denominations that were determined to be counterfeit in the female’s possession.

“DELTA” District
Date: 05/18/215   10:30 AM
Location: 901 Leopard Street / Nueces County Courthouse

Offense: Bank Robbery
Case Number: 1505110089
A man wanted on an aggravated robbery warrant turned himself into Corpus Christi Police on Monday.

Detectives had obtained an arrest warrant for Rodrigo Garza Jr. (12/17/1980) in connection with a robbery of the Navy/Army Federal Credit Union, located at 4802 State Highway 286 Access Road, on May 11.

The arrest warrant has a bond amount of $75,000 and had been issued on May 12.

“DELTA” District
Date: 05/18/2015       4:00 PM
Location: 200 State Highway 286 Crosstown Access
Offense: Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
P.C.  31.07      State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1505180137
A 42 year old male called Corpus Christi Police after he saw his stolen vehicle being fueled up at a gas station on Airline Road.

The male victim had not made an official report that his 1995 Ford Bronco had been stolen, because he could not locate the license number of his vehicle.  He did tell officers that it had been taken while it was parked at an apartment complex located in the 6300 block of Meadow Vista Drive sometime on May 10.

The man said he had been out of town and when he returned, he thought the vehicle had been towed because it had been parked on private property.  The man said not knowing the vehicles registration number had prevented him from being able to find the Bronco or report it stolen.

When the man saw the Bronco being fueled up on Airline Road Monday afternoon, he followed it and called police.  Officers were able to stop the vehicle in the 200 block of the Crosstown Expressway.

They arrested the driver, David Wayne Shelly (07/31/1970), for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.  Inside the Bronco, officers located several pills that were classified as dangerous drugs. Also in the vehicle were numerous Texas driver’s licenses, identification cards, credit cards, and checks belonging to various individuals. Officers also recovered a set of brass knuckles and a handgun.  The suspect also had an outstanding warrant out for his arrest for forgery.  The suspect was additionally charged with forgery, unlawful carrying of a weapon, possession of dangerous drugs and possession of a controlled substance.

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