Patrol Report 03/03/2016

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to  996 calls for service and generated 204 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. March 2 to 7:00 a.m. on March 3, 2016. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


Date: 3/02/2016          8:30 AM
Location: 1100 Heinsohn Road
Offense: Burglary

P.C.  30.02      State Jail Felony

Case Number: 1603020050
The manager of a business called Corpus Christi Police after he arrived at work to find his office and four rental cars in the parking lot had been broken into.

Officers arrived at the car rental business and were told that suspects had entered an office on the property through a side window.  Once inside, the suspects went through a filing cabinet and a tool box.

Before leaving the property, the suspects opened four rental cars that were parked in the parking lot.

At this time it is unknown what the suspects actually stole from the business.

Officers are still investigating this crime and no arrests have been made.


Date: 3/02/2016          5:35 PM
Location: 6000 Sarazen Drive
Offense: Robbery

P.C.  29.02      Second Degree Felony

Case Number: 1603020110
A 22 year old women was robbed of her cell phone and assaulted in front of a restaurant in the 6000 block of Sarazen Drive.
Officers arrived and were told by the female victim that she was walking up to the front of the restaurant when another female approached her and started hitting her. The victim tried to defend herself against the attack and had her cell phone stolen.

The victim, who is thought to have suffered a broken nose, was transported to Spohn South by CCFD EMS.

Officers are attempting to use the restaurants video security system to help them in this case.

At this time no suspects have been arrested.


Date: 3/02/2016          11:50 PM
Location: 200 Mexico Street
Offense: Injury to a Disabled Person

P.C.  22.04      Second Degree Felony

Case Number: 1603030003
Corpus Christi Police arrested a female after she assaulted her boyfriend who is confined to a wheel chair and has part of a leg amputated.

Officers arrived at a home in the 200 block of Mexico Street and found a 52 year old man in a wheelchair with blood on his face.  He told Officers that his girlfriend, Melody Rabb (06/05/1979), had hit him in the face several times after he refused to give her some money.

CCFD EMS responded to the home and treated the victim.  He suffered cuts to his face around his right eye.  The eye was also swollen shut.

Officers arrested the girlfriend for injury to a disabled person, a second degree felony.


Date: 3/03/2016          12:05 AM
Location: 7100 Gingerberry Drive
Offense: Aggravated Assault

P.C.  22.02      First Degree Felony

Case Number: 1603030003
Corpus Christi Police arrested a man after he pointed a gun at several family members inside a home in the 7100 block of Gingerberry Drive.

Officers arrived and were told that the man, Nicholas Kuntscher (01/21/1993), arrived home intoxicated and was fighting with his girlfriend.  His mother and sister attempted to intervene in the disturbance and he assaulted his sister.  She was pushed across a room in the house, and broke her ankle.

The suspect then pried open a locked closet that had several guns inside and grabbed a handgun.  He was unsuccessful in loading the weapon due to his intoxicated state.  He then attempted to grab a second handgun from the closet when he noticed Officers were arriving.

Officers were able to arrest the suspect as he was attempting to exit the home through a window.  He was charged with several counts of aggravated assault.

The suspects 17 year old sister was transported  by CCFD EMS to Spohn South Hospital for treatment of her injuries.


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