The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 807 calls for service and generated 211 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. September 27 to 7:00 a.m. on September 28, 2015. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 09/27/2015 6:20 PM
Location: 600 Naval Air Station Drive
Offense: Aggravated Assault
P.C. 22.02 First Degree Felony
Case Number: 1509270127
A 49 year old female called Corpus Christi Police after her boyfriend came home from a bar, after watching a football game, and assaulted her.
By the time Officers arrived, the boyfriend had left. The female told Officers that after her boyfriend came home from the bar, he began to argue with her. He grabbed her and pushed her into a wall inside their apartment, located in the 600 block of Naval Air Station Drive.
He then picked up a metal baseball bat and hit her in the stomach area and then stomped on her chest. The female believed that her ribs were broken during the assault. She was transported to Bay Area Hospital by CCFD EMS.
About an hour later, Officers did find the boyfriend back at the apartment. The boyfriend, Charles Krueger (06/20/1968), was arrested for aggravated assault.
Date: 09/28/2015 1:20 AM
Location: 500 North Carancahua Street
P.C. 31.03 Class B Misdemeanor
Case Number: 1509280015
A Corpus Christi Police Officer on patrol observed a man walking around the parking garage of the AEP building located in the 500 block of North Carancahua Street.
The Officer was able to watch the man open a tool box that was in the bed of a 2012 Dodge truck belonging to the Department of Homeland Security, Coast Guard Division that was parked.
The man was seen digging around in the tool box and taking items such as Coast Guard life jackets, a fire extinguisher, traffic vest, jumper cables and several smaller hand tools out.
Officers contacted the man and took him into custody. Michael Stenquist (12/30/1980) was arrested for theft, a Class B Misdemeanor.
Date: 09/27/2015 10:10 PM
Location: 1700 Ocean Drive
Offense: Aggravated Assault
P.C. 22.02 Second Degree Felony
Case Number: 1509270159
A 21 year old man had a handgun pulled on him at Cole Park, located in the 1700 block of Ocean Drive, after he refused to let another man use his skateboard.
The victim told Officers that he was at the skate park when he was approached by two men, one who asked to try out the victims skateboard. When the victim refused to let the man use the skateboard, an argument ensued.
The victim said he was scared of the two men so he pulled out a pocket knife to protect himself. The man who asked to borrow the skateboard then pulled out a gun and pointed it at the victim.
No one was injured during the disturbance, and by the time Officers arrived the two men with the gun had walked away.
With the help of several witnesses at the park, Officers were able to locate the two men who were still in the area. They arrested the man who pointed the gun at the victim, Justin Aguirre (09/29/1988), for aggravated assault. He was additionally charged with possession of a controlled substance when an Alprazolam pill was found in his pants pocket.
The man with him, Israel Perez (05/16/1992), was arrested after it was determined that he had outstanding warrants for theft and assault out for his arrest.
Date: 09/27/2015 12:15 PM
Location: 500 Tuna Street
P.C. 30.02 Second Degree Felony
Case Number: 1509270142
Corpus Christi Police are investigating at least two burglaries to homes that occurred over the weekend in the 500 block of Tuna Street.
The first report came in just after noon on Sunday. A 75 year old homeowner reported that suspects had pried open the front door of his home and then stole some electronics, about 50 fishing poles and a generator.
Officers responded to another home in the same block just after 9 PM. Neighbors called police after they saw the front door of the residence had been kicked in, and they knew the home owner was out of town.
Officers were able to speak to the 65 year old homeowner by telephone. The front door of his home was also forced open.
At this time Officers do not have any information on these two crimes, and no suspects have been arrested.
Search the website Crimereports.com to research all reported criminal activity in Corpus Christi. Anyone who knows any additional information about these crimes should contact the Corpus Christi Police Department at 886-2840. Information about unsolved crimes may be provided to investigators anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or online at 888TIPS.com. Information provided to Crime Stoppers which results in an arrest may earn the caller a cash reward.