Date: Thursday, July 13, 2017, 3:35 AM
Location: 4000 Block of Ayers
Offense: Burglary of a Building
Case Number: 1707130035
Corpus Christi Police Property Crimes Detectives would like help from the public to identify and locate a man who Detectives believe was involved in a Burglary of a Barber School.
The owner of the Barber Shop detailed that an unknown man forcefully entered their business and stole a flat screen TV, Computer and Zip-Drive totaling over $3,000, without the owners consent.
Detectives gathered images of the man from surveillance video.
The suspect is described as an adult male, early to mid 20’s, wearing a white t-shirt, long shorts, black socks and white tennis shoes. The suspect was observed to have tattoos on both forearms.
The male suspect has not been apprehended and Detectives want your help to identify him. If you have any information about this crime, call Crime Stoppers at 888-tips or submit the information online at http://www.888tips.com . If the information you provide leads to an arrest, you could earn a cash reward.
Date: Friday, July 21, 2017, 3:21 PM
Location: 1400 Devon
Offense: Aggravated Assault W/Deadly Weapon
Case Number: 1707210010, 1707220123
On July 21, 2017 Officers responded to the 1400 block of Devon, reference a shots fired call, which was upgraded to a shooting with injuries. Upon arrival, Officers located a 47-year-old male with a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to the hospital with critical injuries and remains hospitalized today.
On July 22, 2017 at approximately 8:05 p.m. Officers effected a traffic stop near the intersection of 19th Street and Mussett Street, which resulted in an arrest of Guzman, Jonathan (08/02/1986). Guzman was charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon, Possession of Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 2-A and Possession/Delivery of Drug Paraphernalia. Through ballistic testing, it was discovered that the weapon being possessed by Guzman during the traffic stop was the same weapon used in the shooting on Devon.
A warrant was subsequently issued for Jonathan Guzman for the charge of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Guzman remains in the Nueces County Jail and is being held on a $250,000 bond.
Come out and see us tonight at Texas Roadhouse, we will be serving dinner for a great cause from 5:30-8:00.
During the dinner hours, Police Officers and Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) members will be working hard for your tips, which will be donated to Special Olympics Texas to help provide programming and training for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in your community.
On July 19, 2017 Corpus Christi Police Officers arrested Jaime Sandoval (11/14/1953) on an outstanding warrant for one count of Sexual Assault.
Sandoval was transported to the City Detention Center for processing and was later transferred to the Nueces County Jail.
Additional charges may be filed at a later date.
If there are any additional victims that have not reported an incident, please contact Detective Mary Peña at (361) 886-2854.
UPDATE: Briggs Lawhon was captured by DPS Officers on 07/13/17 in Angleton, Texas.
Briggs Clinton Lawhon is a wanted fugitive and may possibly be in the Corpus Christi area according to recent tips. See the attached bulletin from Texas Crime Stoppers.
We can confirm that the 11-year-old female has been found safe and unharmed. Through the investigation it has been determined that the vehicle of interest initially put out was not involved in the commission of a crime. As a result of the recent updates, the original post has now been deleted. Thank you to the community for sharing the information, we appreciate the support.
Date of the Arrest: Thursday, June 22, 2017 12:24 p.m.
Location: 5700 block of Curtis Clark
Offense: Warrant, Evading Arrest
Case Number: 1706220071, 1706220084
On June 22, 2017 at approximately 12:00 p.m., the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force received a request for assistance from the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force in locating a wanted fugitive. At approximately 12:20 p.m. the task force received information that the fugitive in question, Emmanuel Grear 05/04/1997, was at an apartment complex in the 5700 block of Curtis Clark with a friend, Jeremy DelosSantos 07/04/1995.
The members of the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force arrived at the location and observed both subjects walking through the complex. When they attempted to make contact, both Grear and DelosSantos evaded on foot. Both Grear and DelosSantos were taken into custody.
Emmanuel Grear was arrested for five outstanding warrants; Aggravated Kidnapping ($100,000 Bond), Aggravated Sexual Assault ($250,000 Bond), Aggravated Robbery ($75,000 Bond) and two Probation Violations for Robbery (No Bond). Jeremy DelosSantos was arrested for Evading Arrest.
Both Offenders were booked into the City Detention Center for processing and have been transferred to the Nueces County Jail.
Corpus Christi Police Officers will be out in force targeting drunk drivers from June 24-July 5.
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017
Location: 400 Block of Clark
Offense: Burglary of a Vehicle
Case Number: 1705200056
Corpus Christi Detectives would like help from the public to identify and locate a female who Detectives believe may be involved in an Auto Burglary in the 400 block of Clark
A Corpus Christi Police Officer generated an offense report detailing that two vehicles were burglarized in the early morning hours of May 20, 2017. The victim advised that one of the items stolen was a reloadable credit card, which had funds. The victim received an automatic alert detailing where the card was used. The Officer followed up at the place where the card was used and retrieved surveillance footage of the female using the stolen card, without the owner’s effective consent.
The female has not been apprehended and Detectives want your help to identify this suspect. If you have any information about this crime, call Crime Stoppers at 888-tips or submit the information online at http://www.888tips.com . If the information you provide leads to an arrest, you could earn a cash reward.
CCPD Narcotics/Vice Investigators shut down another synthetic cannabis dealer Thursday morning on the near west side. At approximately 9:00 am, NVID Officers, assisted by the CCPD Bike Patrol, served a search and arrest warrant at a residence on the 1000 block of Eighteenth Street. During the search, officers found and seized approximately one half ounce of synthetic cannabis product, 10 grams of THC “wax”, packaging materials, surveillance equipment, and over $27,000 in cash. Arrested were Ramon Lopez (DOB:7-1-1995) and Emily Marines (DOB:10-17-1994). Both were charged under the Texas Health and Safety Code with manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance in penalty group 2, a first-degree felony punishable by up to 99 years in prison.
The home was located near where several serious synthetic cannabis related overdoses had been reported in recent weeks. NVID Investigators initially suspected that the residence may have been the source of the tainted product and stepped up their efforts to shut it down. The search warrant on Thursday was the culmination of that investigation. “Although we have not established a direct link between this residence and the overdoses, based upon the amount of traffic at the residence, the packaging materials, and the amount of cash seized, we believe it was a significant source of synthetic cannabis in that area,” said NVID Commander Todd Green. “Once this residence came up on our radar, NVID Investigators worked very quickly along with our Patrol Division Officers to shut this operation down. I’m very proud of their efforts and teamwork.”
Sometimes referred to as “legal” or “Kush”, synthetic cannabis can cause serious, sometimes fatal, reactions in users. The drug is frequently abused by the homeless population, contributing to numerous quality of life issues including public intoxication, thefts, and panhandling, as well as more serious crimes such as prostitution, assaults, and robberies. Synthetic cannabis accounted for approximately 43% of all misdemeanor drug arrests by Corpus Christi Police Officers in 2016. Thus far this year, perhaps due to an increased emphasis on targeting the dealers, the percentage has dropped to 36 %.