Patrol Report 05/05/2016

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 884 calls for service and generated 256 reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. May 4 to 7:00 a.m. on May 5, 2016. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.

Date: 5/4/2016    1:05 PM
Location: 5100 Merganser Drive
Offense: Auto Theft
P.C.  31.07      State Jail Felony

Case Number: 1605040069
A 21 year old man called Corpus Christi Police after he went for a jog around Middlecoff Park and returned to find his vehicle had been stolen.

The male victim told Officers that he went to the park for a run and parked his 2012 Chevrolet Colorado truck along the street.   He said that he left his windows down and his keys in the vehicle only to return and find it gone about 45 minutes later.

At about 5:00 PM, Officers found the stolen truck after it had been involved in a crash with a utility pole in the 1800 block of Lexington Avenue.

The suspects fled the scene prior to police arrival.

Officers recovered the truck, however, no suspects have been identified.


Date: 5/4/2016    6:55 PM
Location: 6500 Everhart Road
Offense: Assault
P.C.  22.01      Class A Misdemeanor

Case Number: 1605040124
A 36 year old female was attacked in the parking lot of a restaurant, located at 6505 Everhart Road, by her ex-husband.

Officers arrived and found the female on the ground outside of the restaurant with several bumps and bruises.  She told Officers that she was attacked as she was walking in the parking lot by her ex-husband who had seen her as he passed by.

The ex-husband, Chad Mills (01/29/1976), left prior to police arrival, however, Officers were able to catch up to him a short time later and he was arrested for assault.

The female was treated at the scene for her injuries by CCFD EMS.



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