Patrol Report 05/20/2015

The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 201 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight May 19 to 7:00 a.m. on May 20, 2015. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


“ADAM” District
Date: 05/19/2015       10:05 PM
Location: 10300 River Run Boulevard
Offense: Retaliation
P.C.  36.06      Third Degree Felony
Case Number: 1505190145
Corpus Christi Police responded to a disturbance between a female and her ex-boyfriend at her apartment located at 10342 River Run Boulevard.

When officers arrived they found the ex-boyfriend on the porch knocking on the female’s apartment door. When officers went to investigate, they determined the male was wanted on a parole violation arrest warrant by the United State Marshall Office.

Once the male was arrested, and his vehicle located, officers found pills without a prescription inside the center console.  Officers arrested, Rosendo Amador (07/28/1981), for the outstanding arrest warrant and possession of dangerous drugs.

While being transported to the City Detention Center in a police unit, the suspect kicked the back door of the car.  The door frame was bent as a result of the suspect kicking the door.  The suspect also made threats to harm the officer and his family while being transported.

The suspect was additionally charged with criminal mischief for damaging the door frame, a Class Misdemeanor, and retaliation, a felony, for making the threats.



“ADAM” District
Date: 05/20/2015       1:30 AM
Location: 500 South Padre Island Drive
Offense: Fraud
P.C.  32.51      State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1505200004
Corpus Christi Police Detectives conducting surveillance for auto burglars at a business located at 538 South Padre Island Drive witnessed a male suspect removing items from a parked truck.

Officers observed the male suspect walk through the motel parking lot and he looked in the bed of a parked Dodge truck.  He then removed a black bag with assorted tools from the tool box.

Once officers stopped the male suspect, he gave them a fictitious name.  During the investigation, officers determined the suspect’s real name and found he had an outstanding arrest warrant for a parole violation.

Inside the suspect’s vehicle, officers located a passport card, a Texas identification card, a social security card, and a Visa debit card belonging to another person.

The male suspect, John Eric Macias (11/08/1969), was charged with the outstanding arrest warrant, burglary, failure to identify, and fraud.

The property the suspect attempted to steal was valued at nearly $500.  It was returned to the owner.  



“ADAM” District
Date: 05/19/2015       7:35 PM
Location: 3700 Macleod Drive
Offense: Aggravated Assault
P.C.  22.02      First Degree Felony
Case Number: 1505190117
A 43 year old male called Corpus Christi Police after his roommate attempted to stab him in an argument over the rent.

Officers arrived at the home, located in the 3700 block of Macleod Drive, and spoke to the male victim who told them that an argument started with his roommate about late payment of rent and his refusing to cut the grass.

The two began to fight and the male roommate grabbed a kitchen knife and attempted to stab the victim. The victim  said he was able to get out of the way without being injured.

The roommate did put down the knife and was still at the home when officers arrived.

The roommate, John Tey (05/14/1973), was arrested for aggravated assault. It was also determined that he also had an outstanding warrant for his arrest for probation violation.



“DELTA” District
Date: 05/20/2015       4:45 AM
Location: 900 Interstate 37
Offense: Robbery
P.C.  29.03      Second Degree Felony
Case Number: 1505200023
Corpus Christi Police responded to the 900 block of Interstate 37 near Buffalo Street after receiving reports that a man was sleeping on the freeway retaining wall.

Officers arrived and found the 37 year old man lying on top of a portion of the highway concrete retainer.  The man was determined to be intoxicated and officers observed that he had suffered a broken thumb.

While investigating this call, the man told officers that he had been drinking at a bar downtown. When he left the bar, he was approached by a male suspect who asked him for money. When he refused to give money to the man, the suspect attacked him.

The man could not give officers a description of the suspect, or a location where the assault had occurred.

The man was transported by CCFD EMS to Spohn Memorial Hospital to be treated for his injured thumb.



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