Patrol Report 02/15/2016

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 979 calls for service and generated 213 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. February 14 to 7:00 a.m. on February 15, 2016. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


Date: 2/14/2016          9-11 AM
Location: 400 Claremore Street; 5800 Hinman Drive; 400 Canterbury Drive
Offense: Criminal Mischief

P.C. 28.03      Class A Misdemeanor

Case Number: 1602140052; 1602140066; 1602140068; 1602140072
Corpus Christi Police are investigating whether four separate reports of vehicles being damaged by a rock are related.

All four incidents were within a six block area of each other and they all appear to have occurred sometime in the early morning hours of February 14.

Two of the four vehicles were parked in the 400 block of Claremore Street. A truck was damaged in the 5800 block of Hinman Drive and a Ford Mustang had its front windshield smashed out in the 400 block of Canterbury Drive.

In three of the four instances a rock was used to damage either the back or front windshields of the parked cars. In the other incident, the rock was used to damage the driver side door.

At this time no suspects have been identified and Officers continue to investigate this crime.



Date: 2/14/2016          5:40 PM
Location: 2800 South Padre Island Drive
Offense: Robbery

P.C. 29.02      Second Degree Felony

Case Number: 1602140119
Corpus Christi Police were called after two females were approached by a merchant at the Trade Center, located at 2833 South Padre Island Drive, and were accused of stealing an item from his booth.

The merchant saw a child with a punching bag and glove set and approached two females who were with the young boy. When he asked one of the females if they had paid for the $15 item, she pushed him. The second female then hit the merchant in the back of his head with a closed fist causing a cut.

Both females and the child hurried out of the Trade Center and got into a silver Subaru and tried to leave. The manager of the business tried to stop them and he was struck by their vehicle several times in the legs. The two suspects got away but the manager was able to provide Officers with two photos he took of the driver with his cell phone.

Neither the vendor, who was hit in the head, or the manager of the trade center, who was struck by the car, were seriously injured,

At this time, neither female has been identified.


Date: 2/14/2016          11:40 PM
Location: 5800 Greenwood Drive
Offense: Aggravated Assault

P.C. 22.02      Second Degree Felony

Case Number: 1602140164
A 20 year old man called Corpus Christi Police after he was assaulted by two men while walking near Los Encinos Park in the 5800 block of Greenwood Drive.

The victim told Officers he was walking home on the sidewalk when he noticed two black males coming up behind him. Both suspects attacked him without any warning knocking him to the ground. The suspects then threw a beer bottle at the victim and he was cut in the face.

CCFD EMS transported the victim to Spohn Memorial Hospital to be treated for several cuts to his face.

The victim did not get a good look at either one of the suspects that assaulted him.

At this time, Officers continue to investigate this crime.


Date: 2/14/2016          3:55 AM
Location: 3000 Washington Street
Offense: Kidnapping

P.C. 20.03      Third Degree Felony

Case Number: 1602140034
A 46 year old female was given a ride to Spohn Memorial Hospital by a Good Samaritan after she flagged them down and told them that she had been kidnapped and assaulted by an ex-boyfriend.

The female victim told Officers at the hospital that around midnight she had driven her truck home from the store when someone came up from behind her and put something over her face. The victim said the next thing she remembers was waking up on the floor of her ex-boyfriends apartment.

She told the Officers that her ex-boyfriend hit her several times in her face, choked her, pulled her hair, and would not allow her to leave.

After nearly four hours, the ex-boyfriend went to use the restroom and the victim was able to run out of the apartment. She was able to flag a passing vehicle down and got a ride to the emergency room.

Officers went to the suspect’s apartment, in the 3000 block of Washington Street, and found the ex-boyfriend, Pedro Munoz (05/20/1967), was still there. He was arrested for kidnapping, assault, and unlawful restraint.

The female victim did not suffer any life threatening injuries


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