Patrol Report 05/29/2015

The Corpus Christi Police Department generated 223 reports for formal criminal complaints from midnight May 28 to 7:00 a.m. on May 29, 2015. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.

 

“ADAM” District
Date: 05/28/2015       7:20 PM
Location: 3500 Leopard Street
Offense: Aggravated Assault
P.C. 22.02       Second Degree Felony
Case Number: 1505280128
A 31 year old male walked into Spohn Memorial Hospital after he was stabbed in the forearm Hospital staff notified Corpus Christi Police and the victim told officers that he was at a home behind the HEB Store located in the 3500 block of Leopard Street when two males started fighting.  The victim said he attempted to break up the fight and ended up getting stabbed in his left forearm.  Once he was cut the fighting stopped and another unknown person present at this house gave him a ride to the hospital emergency room.  The victim could not provide officers with any suspect information or an accurate address of the assault. The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries.

 

“CHARLIE” District
Date: 05/28/2015       11:15 AM
Location: 5400 South Padre Island Drive
Offense: Theft
P.C. 31.03       State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1505280059
A store employee from the Dillard’s Store located at La Palmera Mall called Corpus Christi Police after he performed an inventory check and discovered forty watches missing from a display counter.  The employee reviewed store video and noticed that two days ago a male suspect reached behind the jewelry counter and stole a display of watches. The total amount of watches taken was worth $12,000. At the time, the theft went unnoticed by any of the employees working the jewelry department. Officers continue to investigate this case, and at this time no suspects have been arrested.

 

 

“DELTA” District
Date: 05/28/2015       9:40 PM
Location: 900 North Mesquite Street
Offense: Robbery
P.C. 29.02       Second Degree Felony
Case Number: 1505280160
A 39 year old man called Corpus Christi Police after he was jumped by two men who stole his skateboard.   The victim told officers he was walking down the street in the 900 block of North Mesquite when two males passed him and they exchanged words. All three men stopped walking and an argument ensued.  One of the male suspects then charged at the victim and began to physically assault him. The other male suspect also got involved and also began striking the victim.  One of the males took a skateboard the victim was carrying and left with it.  When the victim attempted to get it back, they assaulted him again.  Both suspects were last seen walking north on Mesquite Street.  They only description of the suspects is that they are both younger Hispanic males. Officers continue to investigate this crime.

 

 

“DELTA” District
Date: 05/28/2015       10:50 PM
Location: 2700 Lawton Street
Offense: Injured Child
Case Number: 1505280170
Corpus Christi Police were called after an infant fell from the second floor of an apartment building located at 2738 Lawton Street. The 18 month old male child fell head first to the concrete below.  The child’s parents and witnesses told officers the child was playing on a second story balcony, over 8 foot above the ground, when he fell backwards through the railing. The child was transported to Driscoll Children’s Hospital by CCFD EMS with serious injuries and at last report was in critical condition. Police Detectives are still investigating this case, however, at this time no criminal charges are expected to be filed.

 

 

 

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