Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 8:49 PM
Location: 13202 Leopard Street
Case Number: 1710030101
A Corpus Christi Police Officer was patrolling in the area of IH 69 and Cornett Drive. The officer observed a male walking from the area of the Home Depot carrying a large object under a dark colored jacket. The officer made contact with the 32 year old male suspect who was acting very nervous. The suspect was carrying a new chainsaw still in the box with the security device still attached. The officer questioned the suspect and was not buying the suspects story. The suspect was detained while another officer went to the Home Depot and contacted a supervisor. The supervisor advised that the suspect came in to the store, took a chainsaw and left without paying for it. Officers arrested Sean Matthew Fitch (05-18-1985) and transported him to the City Detention Center. The chainsaw was returned to the store.
Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 11:19 PM
Location: 15820 SPID (Bob Hall Pier)
Offense: Aggravated Robbery
Case Number: 1710040001
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 15820 SPID (Bob Hall Pier) in reference to a robbery. The call advised that a male and female with tattoos assaulted a male and took his red Chevy Camero convertible. As officers were going to the call they observed a vehicle matching the description and stopped it at the Stripes in the 14500 block of SPID. Officers made contact with the 55 year old male victim. The victim advised that he was with the 29 year old female and the 36 year old male suspect. The vehicle stopped near Bob Hall pier. Witnesses told officers that they saw the male suspect jump out of the car and pull the victim out of the passenger side door. The female suspect started driving away dragging the victim while the suspect was punching and kicking him. The victim let go of the car, the female suspect turned the car around, picked up the male and drove away. The victim advised that the assault caused him a lot of pain and was checked at the scene by CCFD Medics. Officers arrested Hope LeeAnn Clark (01-04-1988) and Michael Gerard Falcon (05-04-1981) and transported them to the City Detention Center. The vehicle was released to the victim at the scene.