Another Crime Stoppers Tip Leads to Narcotics & Guns

16 ounces of marijuana, several types of pills packaged for street sales, all with a street value of $3,100.00 along with three rifles, a shotgun, and a pistol seized based on a Crime Stoppers tip.
16 ounces of marijuana, several types of pills packaged for street sales, all with a street value of $3,100.00 along with three rifles, a shotgun, and a pistol seized based on a Crime Stoppers tip.

Date: Friday, July 10, 2015, 12:17pm
Location: 7446 Skyking Drive
Offense: Possession of Marijuana (Health and Safety Code Section 481.121) State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1507100063

The Corpus Christi Police Narcotics Vice Investigations Division arrested three people and seized 16 ounces of marijuana with an estimated street value of $3,100 dollars after the Investigators served a search warrant at 7446 Skyking at 12:17pm Thursday as the result of an investigation based on a tip to Crime Stoppers.

Narcotics and Vice Investigators researched neighborhood complaints and a Crime Stoppers tip and discovered evidence of the sale of contraband from the home and developed enough information to obtain a search warrant for the premises. Narcotics Investigators seized 448 grams (16 ounces) of hydroponic marijuana and several types of pills packaged for street sales as a result of the search warrant. The Investigators also seized three rifles, a shotgun, and a pistol from the home.

Narcotics Investigators arrested 36-year-old Erik Orlando Roblez (11-21-78), 32-year-old Erin Kristen Roblez (7-16-82), and 31-year-old Jeanette Olivarez (9-25-83), all charged with felony possession of marijuana.

Anyone with information about narcotics sales can provide the information to Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or submit the information online at http://www.888TIPS.com. Investigators need specific information in the tip. If the information leads to an arrest, it could earn the tipster a cash reward.

The person who provided this Crime Stoppers tip should call back to 888-TIPS (8477) on Thursdays to check on the status of their tip. Once the reward is ready for collection, the tipster will be provided with instructions to collect the reward. Crime Stoppers will never ask for their name and guarantees to keep their identity secret. They will be identified by a code number the tipster was provided when they first provided the tip. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit group that is funded solely by donations and there are no tax dollars spent on the Crime Stoppers program.