Patrol Report September 19, 2017

Date:  Monday, September 18, 2017, 9:24 PM
Location: 9401 SPID
Offense: Assault, Warrants of Arrest
Case Number: 1709180147

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of 9401 SPID in reference to a disturbance. Officers arrived and could hear a female screaming for help from one of the rooms. As the officer got closer to the room he could hear a female screaming “Help” and “Stop you are going to kill me.” Officers knocked loudly on the door and announced their presence. Nobody came to the door and the female called out to the officers to help her. Due to the nature of the call officers kicked in the door. As officers entered the room they observed the 32 year old male on top of the 47 year old female on the bed. Officers observed blood on the victims face and shirt. Even after officers entered the room the suspect continued to hold the victim down. Officers pulled the suspect off the victim, placed handcuffs on him and detained him in a patrol unit.

The victim advised that the suspect came home and was upset because the window was open in the motel room. She stated that the suspect began accusing her of cheating on him. The victim said that she tried to talk with the suspect and that he grabbed her and threw her on the bed. The victim stated that he began hitting her in the face. The victim stated that the suspect began to bite her. Officers observed bite marks to her arms and her lower lip and chin. Officers arrested Henry Waters (12-09-1984) and transported him to the City Detention Center. He was also found to have warrants for his arrest out of Nueces County.

Date:  Monday, September 18, 2017, 9:24 PM
Location: 546 SPID
Offense: Abandoning/Endangering a Child with the Intent to Return, Possession of a Controlled Substance
Case Number: 1709180150

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 546 SPID in reference to an abandoned child. Officers arrived and made contact with the 29 year old female witness. The witness advised that the suspect left her child at the hotel in her possession. The witness advised that she did not know the suspect personally and only knew her first name. She was concerned for the welfare of the child because the suspect was intoxicated. The victim stated she believed that the suspect was intoxicated because when she left the suspect ran into a parked vehicle while exiting the parking lot. The witness stated that the suspect left with a friend and gave no explanation of who would be caring for the child. Officers contacted the 6 year old female and she seemed to be unharmed and in good health. Officers went to the parking lot and observed a vehicle with paint transfer on the bumper.

While officers were investigating the 25 year old female suspect arrived back at the hotel. The suspect was unable to name the person she left her child with. During the investigation officers found the suspect to be intoxicated and not able to properly care for the child. Child Protective Services arrived at the scene to investigate. Officers arrested Stephanie Lozano (11-04-1991) and transported her to the City Detention Center. The 6 year old was released to her grandmother. While at the City Detention Center Stephanie was found to be in possession of a small clear baggie with 5 pills. She was additionally charged with possession of a controlled substance.