The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 960 calls for service and generated 206 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. October 27 to 7:00 a.m. on October 28, 2015. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.
Date: 10/28/2015 2:25 AM
Location: 3300 Brawner Parkway
Offense: Aggravated Robbery
P.C. 29.03 First Degree Felony
Case Number: 1510280019
Corpus Christi Police were called to Doctor’s Regional Hospital after a 21 year old man walked into the emergency room with a gunshot wound to his knee.
The victim told Officers that he was walking on Brawner Parkway near Cambridge Street when a white car pulled up and two male suspects got out. One of the suspects had a gun and they demanded the victim’s money. The victim said he attempted to knock the gun away from the suspect, but when he did, it went off striking him just below the right knee.
The suspects took the victim’s wallet and some cash and then got back in the vehicle and fled on Brawner Parkway toward Kostoryz Road. .
The victim was able to walk two blocks to his home and his sister drove him to the hospital.
Date: 10/27/2015 8:15 PM
Location: 4400 Greenwood Drive
Offense: Aggravated Robbery
P.C. 29.03 First Degree Felony
Case Number: 1510270133
A male suspect, with his face partially covered, entered the Boat and Net Restaurant, located in the 4400 block of Greenwood Drive, and robbed the business at gunpoint.
Corpus Christi Police arrived and were told by a female employee that a young male suspect came in the back door of the restaurant, armed with a handgun, and demanded money from the cash register.
After getting the cash, the suspect ran out the back door toward an apartment complex on Westpoint Road.
The suspect was last seen wearing a black shirt and black shorts. He also used a white shirt to cover his face.
At this time, no suspects have been identified.
Date: 10/27/2015 10:30 PM
Location: 500 Hancock Avenue
Offense: Discharge of a Firearm
P.C. 42.12 Class A Misdemeanor
Case Number: 1510270150
A man was arrested by Corpus Christi Police after he shot his television set inside an apartment in the 500 block of Hancock Avenue.
After the man fired the shot, his 53 year old wife, left the apartment and went next door to call police. When Officers arrived, she told them that she and her husband were having an argument while they were both in bed. He reached over, grabbed his .45 caliber handgun from the night stand, and shot the television. She then ran out of the apartment.
Officers arrested the man, Herbert Gisriel (05/12/1954), for discharging a firearm in a municipality, a Class A misdemeanor.
Date: 10/27/2015 10:20 PM
Location: 400 Dixon Drive
Offense: Deadly Conduct
P.C. 22.05 Third Degree Felony
Case Number: 1510270136
Corpus Christi Police responded to a home in the 400 block of Dixon Drive after the back window of a vehicle was shot out by a passing truck.
Family members were sitting outside of the home when a Dodge Dakota truck drove by slowly. A suspect inside the truck shot one round into the rear window of a parked Chevrolet Tahoe with a shotgun shattering the glass out and then drove away.
One of the male family members standing outside got into the Tahoe and started chasing the truck. He told Officers that he was just trying to get close enough to get the trucks license plate but ended up running into the rear of the truck at the intersection of Fairview and Fairmont Streets when it stopped suddenly. The man feared that the suspect in the truck would start shooting at him, so he returned to the home on Dixon Drive and called police.
When officers arrived at the intersection where the crash had occurred, they contacted the driver of the truck Deandre Coleman (10/24/1995). He was not injured and he was arrested for deadly conduct, a felony offense, for shooting out the back window of the Tahoe.
Both men claim not to know each other.
Date: 10/27/2015 1:55 PM
Location: 1700 Ennis Joslin Road
Offense: Criminal Trespass In Habitation
P.C. 30.05 Class A Misdemeanor
Case Number: 1510270068
Corpus Christi Police responded to an apartment complex, located at 1701 Ennis Joslin Road, after a man forced his way into two separate apartments.
Officers arrived and a 22 year old female told them that a male suspect had knocked on her front door. The female was expecting a package to be delivered, so she opened the door. When she opened the door the suspect pushed it open and forced his way in stating someone was chasing him and trying to kill him. The female victim screamed at the man to get out, and then grabbed a handgun she owned to defend herself.
As the suspect exited the females apartment, a second victim, opened the front door to his apartment after he heard the girl next door screaming. The suspect then forced his way into the 26 year old man’s apartment. The man was able to overpower the suspect and both men fell down to the floor. The man was hoping to hold the suspect down until police arrived, however, the suspect was able to reach for a kitchen knife, so the man had to release him.
The suspect then managed to escape the apartment, but was located running away from the scene by responding officers.
The suspect, Eric Trevino ( 06/15/1986), was arrested for criminal trespass.
The two victims were not injured.
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