Patrol Report 08/15/2016

The Corpus Christi Police Department responded to 804 calls for service and generated 191  reports for formal criminal complaints from 7:00 a.m. August 14 to 7:00 a.m. on August 15, 2016. These are samples of the criminal complaints filed by the Corpus Christi Police for that time period.


Date: 08/14/2016    9:10 PM
Location: 1200 Airline Road
Offense: Robbery
P.C.  29.02      Second Degree Felony

Case Number: 1608140135
An employee of a business, located at 1220 Airline Road, called Corpus Christi Police after a man came in and tried to rob the restaurant.

The female employee told Officers that a younger tall black male entered the business, walked up to the counter, and asked for a pizza and for all of the business` money. The employee paused out of confusion during which time the suspect stated that he had a gun.

When the employee backed away from the counter and called out to her manager who was in the back of the restaurant, the suspect walked out of the business.  The employee said that she did not see a gun or any other weapon displayed by the suspect

The male was described as wearing a baseball cap, grey hoodie, and grey shorts.

At this time no suspects have been identified.

No one in the restaurant was injured.


Date: 08/15/2016    3:10 AM
Location: 5700 Hampshire Road
Offense: Burglary
P.C.  30.02      State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1608150018
Three juveniles were arrested by Corpus Christi Police and taken to the Nueces County Juvenile Justice Center after they broke into and destroyed the music room at Gibson Elementary School, located at 5723 Hampshire Road.

Officers arrived at the school responding to an alarm call when they found the three males ages 13 to 15 near the outdoor covered basketball court.

When Officers got CCISD officials to respond and open the school, they found that the three juveniles had went inside the music room and taken shelves off the wall, drawers out of the desk and they had thrown everything all over the floor. A storage closet had all the items and equipment from inside thrown and spread out all over the floor. Officers could also smell feces and found that one of the juveniles had defecated on the teacher’s desk and smeared it all over the white dry erase board.

The juveniles also attempted to steal several items from inside the music room. Two drums were located in the backpack of one of the juveniles.  An electronic music keyboard and a 37 inch LG flat screen television were also located hidden by a nearby garbage dumpster.

Officers believe one other 14-year-old juvenile may have been involved, however, he was able to run away before the police arrived.


Date: 08/15/2016    2:35 AM
Location: 5500 Everhart Road
Offense: Aggravated Robbery
P.C.  29.03      First Degree Felony

Case Number: 1608150016
An employee of a business, located at 5530 Everhart Road, called Corpus Christi Police after a man came into the restaurant demanding money and saying he had a gun.

The male employee told Officers that a younger tall black male entered the business and told him that he wanted the manager.  When the manager of the business came out the suspect demanded money from the three cash registers in the restaurant.

After getting cash, the suspect left.  No one in the restaurant was injured.

The suspect was last seen wearing a baseball cap and a gray hoodie over the cap, black and white basketball shorts and had his hand in his waistband as if he had a gun, however, no weapon was displayed.

At this time, no suspects have been identified.

Officers are also investigating whether the earlier robbery on Airline Road may be related.


Suspect entering the business at 5530 Everhart Road.


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