Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2016, 01:33 am
Location: 4223 S. Alameda
Offense: Aggravated Assault/Family Violence (PC 22.02) 1st Degree Felony
Case Number: 1606290009
Corpus Christi Police Department officers were dispatched to 4223 S. Alameda in reference to a traffic accident with injuries. Officers contacted a witness who advised the incident was not an accident that a female purposely struck her boyfriend with the vehicle. Officers contacted the male victim who was in a lot of pain and would not cooperate with police officers. The male was taken to Doctors Regional Medical Center for treatment.
The witness advised that the incident started inside the bar and continued outside in the parking lot. The witness advised that he saw the 30 year old male strike the 29 year old female possibly knocking her unconscious. The female woke up, grabbed her keys and stated that she was going to hit the male with her car. The female drove her Nissan Altima directly at the male. The male was struck with the front of the car carrying him about 30 feet and then striking the building causing significant damage. The female struck another vehicle and fled the scene. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the female.
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Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2016, 8:13 am
Location: 3600 S. Saxet Dr.
Offense: Cruelty to non livestock animals (PC 42.092) 3rd Degree Felony
Case Number: 1606290045
Corpus Christi Police Officers arrested 20 year old Rosendo C. Gonzales (02-13-1996) for cruelty to non livestock animals.
Officers were called to 3600 S, Saxet Dr. after the Corpus Christi Fire Department responded to smoke in the area and located a dog carcass in a bar-b-que pit. Engine-5 had put the fire out prior to officers arriving. Officers observed the small dog inside the bar-b-que pit. Officers attempted to make contact with the suspect, but there was no response. Officers contacted family members who arrived at the scene. They were able to make contact with the suspect and gain entry into the house.
Rosendo was asked about the incident. He stated that he was petting the dog and was bit. He reacted causing serious injury to the dog. He panicked and put the dog on the bar-b-que pit in order to get “rid of it”. Officers arrested Rosendo and transported him to the City Detention Center.
Crime Scene Technician processed the scene. Animal Control Officers collected the carcass inside the bar-b-que pit in order to preserve evidence.