Patrol Report 07/06/2016

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 1043 calls for service and generated 226  reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. July 5 to 7:00 a.m. on July 6, 2016. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


Date: 07/06/2016    1:10 AM
Location: 4000 Saratoga Boulevard
Offense: Deadly Conduct
P.C.  22.05      Third Degree Felony

Case Number: 1607060008
A business owner called Corpus Christi Police after he found several bullets holes in the front glass windows of his restaurant, located at 4037 Saratoga Boulevard.

When Officers arrived they found five shell casings in the parking lot of the business.  They also determined that three windows had bullet holes in them and one outside window frame had been struck by a bullet but it did not break the glass.  Another bullet went through the front window and into the outside wall of the meat cooler inside the restaurant.

The business owner said that the damage done to the glass and building was estimated to be $1,200.

At this time no suspects have been identified.


Date: 07/05/2016    10:30 PM
Location: 7700 Fort Griffen Drive
Offense: Driving While Intoxicated
P.C.  49.04      Class B Misdemeanor

Case Number: 1607050157
Corpus Christi Police arrested a female driver for DWI after she struck a parked vehicle with her car in the 7700 block of Forth Griffen Drive.

The crash investigation determined that the female drive, Evette Gonzalez (09/23/1970), was driving on Fort Griffen Drive when she lost control of her 2014 BMW sedan and struck a parked 2012 Dodge Ram truck.

After an investigation the female, who was not injured, was determined to be intoxicated.

She was arrested for driving while intoxicated and her car was impounded.


Date: 07/06/2016    5:30 AM
Location: 2600 Hospital Boulevard
Offense: Aggravated Assault
P.C.  22.02      Second Degree Felony

Case Number: 1607060023
Corpus Christi Police were called by medical staff after two men walked into the emergency room of Spohn Memorial Hospital with stab wounds.

Officers arrived to investigate and found two male victims, one with a stab wound to the shoulder and the other with a stab wound to his abdomen being treated by hospital staff.

Both victims claimed to have been working out at Ben Garza Park when a Hispanic male transient wearing a black shirt stabbed them with a pocket knife.

Officers checked the area where the victims said the assault had occurred but no crime scene located.

Neither injury appears to be life threatening.



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