Patrol Report 10/29/2015

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 903 calls for service and generated 220 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. October 28 to 7:00 a.m. on October 29, 2015. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


Date: 10/29/2015       3:25 AM
Location: 4900 Everhart Road
Offense: Burglary
P.C. 30.02     State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1510290018
Corpus Christi Police responded to a burglary alarm at a business, located at 4915 Everhart Road, and once there they found a rear door had been forced open from the outside.

An employee met Officers at the business and when they went inside they found a cash register had been pried open and checks spread across the floor behind the counter. The control panel box for the alarm to the business had been ripped off the wall and employees desk draws had been opened and items from inside had been thrown to the floor.

The total amount of damage done to the business was estimated to be over $8500.

At this time the suspects who committed this crime have not been identified, and police continue to investigate


Date: 10/28/2015       10:15 PM
Location: 2200 Buford Street
Offense: Accidental Shooting
Case Number: 1510280163
Corpus Christi Police responded to Spohn Memorial Hospital after a young man walked into the emergency room after being shot.

Officers went to investigate and found that the 16 year old male got into a struggle with his mother over a pistol after she discovered him carrying the weapon while at their home in the 2200 block of Buford Street. The pistol went off and a bullet struck him in the thigh. His injuries are not life threatening.

At this time, it appears no charges will be filed.

Date: 10/29/2015       2:35 AM
Location: 2600 Sarita Street
Offense: Deadly Conduct
P.C. 22.05     Third Degree Felony
Case Number: 1510290014
Corpus Christi Police responded to the area of 2600 Sarita Street for a report of gunfire in the area.

Officers arrived and they were flagged down by a 24 year old male homeowner who told them that his house had been shot at twice. Neighbors saw the suspect vehicle, a black Nissan Maxima, leave the area toward Baldwin Boulevard.

The homeowner pointed out to Officers a bullet hole at the top left corner of the front window located on the right side of his house. That bullet went into the home and through the living room penetrating into the back wall of the home.

Officers located two shell casings in the roadway.

There were six people in the home at the time of the shooting between the ages of 5 and 39. No one was injured.

Date: 10/29/2015       5:45 AM
Location: 100 Mohawk Street
Offense: Child Endangerment
P.C. 22.041     State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1510290022
The mother and father of a 3 year old boy were arrested by Corpus Christi Police after Officers found loaded syringes in a vehicle that was stopped for reckless driving.

Officers saw the car speeding around the area of Ruth Street and saw the driver run several stop signs.

When the Officers stopped the 2000 Ford Expedition, in the 100 block of Mohawk Street, the driver, Joel Trevino (03/03/1996), told them he was trying to get home because he was hungry. Also in the car was his wife, Cryselda Trevino (10/04/1992), and their 3 year old boy, who was not in a safety seat.

Also in the car Officers found seven syringes loaded with a brown substance on the floor board and two more in the door handle. All nine syringes were in reach of the child and they had what is believed to be heroin loaded inside.

The father was arrested for reckless driving and endangering a child. The mother for arrested for endangering a child. The little boy was released to other family members.

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