Patrol Report 04/20/2016

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to  793 calls for service and generated 219 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. April 19 to 7:00 a.m. on April 20, 2016. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


Date: 4/19/2016    11:00 PM
Location: 5700 South Staples Street
Offense: Discharging a Firearm
P.C.  42.12      Class A Misdemeanor

Case Number: 1604190136
Corpus Christi Police were called after several shots were heard being fired outside a nightclub located at 5702 South Staples Street.

Officers arrived and found fourteen shell casing from a .45 caliber gun in the parking lot between the nightclub and a nearby doctor’s office.

At this time it appears no property was struck.

A bar employee told Officers that he saw a suspect inside of a dark colored Dodge truck firing the shots as it was leaving the area.

At this time no suspects have been identified.   


Date: 4/19/2016    10:15 AM
Location: 5200 Kostoryz Road
Offense: Burglary
P.C.  21.11      Third Degree Felony

Case Number: 1604180122
Corpus Christi Police are investigating the theft of several hurricane windows and metal doors from an apartment complex under construction at 5201 Kostoryz Road.

Officers arrived and were told by a construction supervisor that 14 hurricane windows and 14 metal doors were missing from Building #3 on the property.  Officers found a fence to the construction site that had been cut by the suspects to gain access to the property.

The total value of the stolen items was over $8,000.

At this time no suspects have been identified.


Date: 4/19/2016    1:15 AM
Location: 11100 Leopard Street
Offense: Forgery
P.C.  32.21      Third Degree Felony

Case Number: 1604190066
Corpus Christi Police are investigating how a female customer wound up with a counterfeit bill after she cashed a payroll check at a store located at 11100 Leopard Street.

The 22 year old female told store employees that she cashed her payroll check at the store last Friday.  When she went to use the cash she was given at a local restaurant, they told her that one of her bills was counterfeit and they refused to accept it.

The female returned to the store to tell them about the fake $100 bill on Tuesday.

Officers arrived and confiscated the counterfeit bill and are investigating how it got to the store.



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