Category Archives: Adam District

Preliminary Investigation Rules Out Hit And Run As Cause For Injury To Man On Agnes Street

Date: Monday, February 6, 2017, 1:19am
Location: Agnes at Navigation
Event: Injured Person
Case Number: 1702060011

Corpus Christi Police Officers with the Traffic Safety Section have preliminarily ruled out that a 32 year old man was injured in a vehicle crash on Agnes Street Monday morning.

Corpus Christi Police responded to a call of an injured man who laid in the middle of Agnes with a very apparent broken leg.  Officers arrived and discovered a 32 year old man was uncooperative with Officers and only stated he was hit by a car and provided no further information.  Officers found there was no debris in the roadway and the 32 year old man did not have any road rash or marks that would indicate that he was struck by a vehicle. The man was taken to the hospital by ambulance for treatment of his injured leg.

Investigators located and reviewed video from the area and believe the man was not struck by a vehicle, but do not yet know how the man was injured.

If you have any additional information about how this man may have been injured, call the Corpus Christi Police at 886-2600.

Girl Reports Stranger Danger in Annaville

Date: Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 8:39am
Location: 3900 Cliff Crenshaw Street
Event: Stranger Danger
Case Number: 1702010041

A 14 year old girl reported a suspicious person today near the old Annaville Elementary.
The 14 year old girl told Officers that yesterday she saw a rusty brown colored pick up truck driven by an older man with a long beard wearing a dirty white shirt who had followed her a short distance as she walked onto Blades St. The 14 year old girl told Officers that she got home safely and no contact was made with this unknown man.
The 14 year old girl told Officers that today at around 8:20 am this same man in the same truck pulled into the parking lot of the old Annaville Elementary school at 3901 Cliff Crenshaw as she waited for her school bus to pick her up. The 14 year old girl told Officers that the driver of this pick up truck watched her through his side view mirrors. The 14 year old girl told Officers that this frightened her and that she called her mother and ran home. The unknown man did not follow her home and has not been identified. The 14 year old girl did not provide more specific information to describe the vehicle.
If you can identify this man, or have any additional information, call Corpus Christi Police right away.

Update Thursday, February 2, 2017 8:51am

A Corpus Christi Police Officer found the vehicle and the man which matched the description in this incident. The Officer met the man at Violet Road at Mulholland at 8:51am on Thursday. The Officer determined no violation happened and the man was released at the scene.

Help Identify This Woman

Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017 7:29 AM
Location: 7800 Sara Lynn Parkway
Offense:  Criminal Mischief
Case Number: 1701260014

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help identifying this woman who damaged a vehicle. The female in the video went up to the residence and began banging on the front door and yelling. The female is seen going up to a black Ford Mustang and started scratching the paint on the left side of the vehicle, the trunk and the hood. The suspect then left the scene.

If you have any information about this crime or know the identity of the suspect, please call 361/886-2840 or call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at Information provided to Crime Stoppers  is anonymous and if the information leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.

Police need your help finding this trailer

Date: Thursday, January 19, 2017 9:50 AM
Location: 5800 Leopard Street
Offense:  Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle
Case Number: 1701200057

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help identifying the suspects who stole this trailer valued at over $10,000. The suspects are seen driving a Dodge Ram pickup onto the property. The suspect vehicle, which has a fifth wheel hitch, backs up to a dumpster style trailer. The suspects exit the vehicle and connect to the trailer and leave the property. The Dodge Ram pickup has an after market front and rear bumper.


If you have any information about this crime, please call 361/886-2840 or call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at Information provided to Crime Stoppers  is anonymous and if the information leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.

Police Need Your help Catching This Burglar

Date: Monday, January 16, 2017 4:06 AM
Location: 1900 Horne RD
Offense:  Burglary of a Coin Operated Machine
Case Number: 1701160088

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help catching this burglar. The male suspect is seen entering the laundry mat. He is seen carrying a bag and then setting it down near a vending machine. The suspect is seen forcing his way into the machine, take the change and then leave the business.



If you have any information about this crime, please call 361/886-2840 or call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at Information provided to Crime Stoppers  is anonymous and if the information leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.


Police Investigate Fourth Traffic Fatality of 2017

Date: Monday, January 23, 2017, 17:20
Location: Interstate Highway 37 at Callicoate

Event: Vehicle Crash with Fatal Injury
Case Number: 1701230121

The Corpus Christi Police Traffic Safety Section is investigating the years fourth vehicle crash with a fatal injury which happened Monday afternoon at Interstate Highway 37 at Callicoate Road.

Corpus Christi Police responded to a vehicle crash at 5:20pm on the northbound lanes of Interstate Highway 37 headed toward Calallen north of Callicoate Road. Officers learned that a boy had not survived the crash, and Officers requested additional resources which included the Corpus Christi Police Traffic Safety Section. Investigators learned that a 25-year-old woman travelled north on Interstate Highway 37 in her Dodge Ram truck in the far right lane when traffic in front of the Dodge truck stopped due to normal traffic issues. The Dodge truck operated by the 25-year-old woman did not slow and struck a Ford Focus driven by a 29-year-old woman who had two children passengers ages 4 and 7. The Ford Focus went into the jersey barrier and then struck a Nissan Titan, which hit a Buick Rendezvous. The rear of the 25-year-old woman’s truck went airborne and sent her truck sideways. The Dodge truck also struck the Titan and Rendezvous. The truck then landed on the driver side, with the passenger side doors faced to the sky. The driver of every vehicle involved in the crash, except for the Rendezvous, was transported to the hospital for medical treatment.

The 25-year-old woman and the driver of the Titan were taken to Northwest Regional with minor injuries. The 29-year-old woman driver of the Focus was taken to Memorial Medical Center and her 7-year-old daughter was taken to Driscoll Children’s Hospital, both with injuries believed to be non-life threatening. The 4-year-old boy in the Focus was killed on impact, as he sat properly restrained in a car seat in the back seat on the side that the Dodge Ram struck. Several witnesses stopped and gave statements to Investigators.

Investigators do not believe alcohol was a contributing factor to the crash.

The 25-year-old woman’s phone was collected as evidence, and Investigators intend to get warrant to search the phone. No criminal charges have been filed related to this case as of 11pm Monday night.

Anyone with any additional information about this crash should contact the Corpus Christi Police Traffic Safety Section at 886-2600 during normal business hours.

Patrol Report January 23, 2017

Date: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 4:00 AM
Location: 4400 Cedar Pass
Offense: Assault Family Violence, Interfering with 911 Call
Case Number: 1701210041

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of 4400 Cedar Pass in reference to a disturbance in progress. Officers were flagged down by a neighbor who advised them they witnessed a male dragging a screaming female into an apartment. Officers went to the apartment and observed a purse and a cellphone on the ground in front of the door. Officers knocked and heard something hitting the floor followed by silence. Officers knocked again and heard something hit the floor and again it was followed by silence. Due to the totality of the circumstances officers forced their way into the apartment.

Officers were met by the 21 year old male suspect who was quickly detained. Offices located the 22 year old female victim in the back bedroom. The victim was visibly shaken and covering her face with a blanket. When officers moved the blanket from her face they observed severe bruising to her face, her left eye was swollen shut and she had redness to her neck. The victim advised they were coming from a friends house when they began arguing. The victim at some point tried to leave. The suspect pulled the victim from the car catching her jacket I the door. The victim became upset and started hitting the car. The suspect grabbed the victim and threw her to the ground and began choking her in an effort to keep her from screaming. The victim is not sure when it happened but she was struck several times in the face. The victim advised that she tried to call 911 in an effort to calm the suspect. The suspect took her phone and did not allow her to call for help.

The victim advised that this is not the first time she has been assaulted but it was the worst. The victim was treated at the scene for her injuries. Officers arrested Kameron William Handy (02-03-1995) for assault family violence and interfering with a 911 call. Kameron was transported to the City Detention Center.

Date: Sunday, January 22, 2017, 8:16 PM
Location: 1800 US Highway 181 North Bound
Offense: Fatal Crash
Case Number: 1701220096

Corpus Christi Police were dispatched to The Harbor Bridge Northbound in reference to a accident involving a pedestrian. Officers arrived and found 89 year old Evan McDonald deceased in the right lane of the roadway. It appeared that Evan had been ran over. A 24 year old female driver stopped at the Exxon at Burleson and stated she ran over the victim. Officers are trying to determine if the victim collapsed or fell over the barricade. It is still an ongoing investigation. This is the 3rd fatality accident for the year.

Date: Monday, January 23, 2017, 5:26 AM
Location: Cimarron and Lipes
Offense: Assault on a Peace Officer, Evading Arrest
Case Number: 1701230021

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Cimarron and Lipes in reference to a back up for an officer. The officer advised that a silver Dodge Ram pickup was trying to ram the patrol unit. Back up officers arrived and observed the suspect vehicle driving erratically and trying to ram the patrol unit. Officers activated the emergency lights and siren in an effort to stop the truck. The officer had to accelerate numerous times in order to not be rammed or sideswiped by the suspect vehicle. The officers continued to chase the suspect vehicle until it ran off the road and onto the sidewalk at Staples and Williams. Officers contacted and arrested Armand L. Boyd (09-06-1981).  The victim officer was ok but was in fear of being injured by the suspect due to his actions. The suspect was transported to the City Detention Center.



Yeti Cooler Thieves

Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2017, 2:19 PM
Location: 5001 SPID
Offense: Theft
Case Number: 1701100077

Police need your help identifying these two suspects. They were seen entering Academy Sporting Goods. The suspects walked to the back and took 4 Yeti coolers valued over $1200. The suspects tried to exit through a back door of the business. The suspects set off a door alarm and were confronted by an employee. The suspects dropped the coolers and fled on foot.

If you can identify these suspects, or have any additional information about this theft, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at Information provided to Crime Stoppers  is anonymous and if the information leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.

Woman Surprised When Police Find A Stolen Van In Her Back Yard

Date: Wednesday, January 18, 2017, 22:23
Location: 13300 Hearn
Offense: Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle (Penal Code Section 31.07) State Jail Felony
Case Number: 1701110024

Corpus Christi Police recovered a stolen van in the back yard of a home located on the 13300 block of Hearn Road after a neighbor saw the van on the news and called Police.

Corpus Christi Police received a call at 10:23pm from a person who said they saw the van presented on the news as a Corpus Christi Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week which the person recognized as in the back yard of their neighbor’s house. Officers met a 30 year old woman at the home and found a van in the back yard which was the stolen vehicle reported on the news. Officers saw the ignition to the van was broken and the van was empty of the contents.

The van was the property of an electric repair company which was reported stolen from an apartment complex located at 5445 Alameda on January 11th. Corpus Christi Crime Stoppers featured the van as a Crime of the Week because of its unique, identifying marks and the contents of tools housed in the van at the time the vehicle was stolen.

Officers impounded the van and identified the residents of the home in which the vehicle was found. No arrests were made as Detectives gather more information to specifically identify a person responsible for the theft.

Detectives would still like any information from the public about this case and if you have any more information to provide, call the Corpus Christi Police Auto Theft Task Force at 886-2600.

Operation Stickman

In October of 2016, the CCPD Narcotics Vice Investigations Division initiated a long term undercover operation targeting street level synthetic cannabinoid dealers, primarily focusing on dealers in the downtown area surrounding City Hall.

NVID recognized that synthetic cannabinoid abusers were causing serious quality of life issues with business owners and residents of this neighborhood. Approximately 50% of all drug related arrests and drug seizures by CCPD in 2016 were synthetic cannabinoid related.

The goals of this operation were to:

    • identify dealers
    • conduct undercover narcotics buys from dealers
    • Identify locations where being sold and follow up with search warrants.
    • Obtain arrest warrants for suspects dealing.

The operation consisted of weekly joint operations between NVID and the Operations Division Crime Reduction Unit.

  • NVID undercover officers were assisted by Operations Division Crime Reduction Unit
    • Bikes
    • Enduros
    • Downtown “Gator Units”
  • Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) were very familiar with most suspects
    • Contacted them on a daily basis.

The Operation, dubbed “Operation Stick Man” culminated today when over 30 over     Officers from NVID, CRU, Gang, US Marshal’s Task Force set out to arrest 24 suspects who had sold synthetic cannabinoid to undercover officers.

24 Arrest Warrants

  • 27 delivery cases
  • 2 gang members among suspects
  • Bonds totaling over $1.5 million

Today’s rounded up netted the following 16 arrests (4 were already in jail on other charges):

Offenders                                     Bond

Steven Ramos 12/19/1982              Jail
Dwain Tichey  10/27/1965             $80,000
Mark Chabera 3/03/1995                $80,000
Jared Brannon 8/09/1983               Jail
Victor Flores 1/03/1994                   Jail
Derrick Rexroat 10/10/1974           $80,000
Maydalis  Santiago7/8/1995          $80,000
Vanessa Abrego  9/3/92                  $100,000
Dorina Gallegos 9/11/1978             $100,000
Antonio Romero 12/02/1993         $100,000
Joshua Craney 12/12/1983              $100,000
Christopher Furr 12/7/1983            Jail
Avery Smith 11/25/1982                  $80,000
Israel Maldonado 11/15/1988         $10,000
Juan Garcia 5/01/1968                     $10,000
Daniel Bravo 9/27/1992                  $100,000

All suspects were charged with Felony Manufacture and delivery of controlled substance in Penalty Group 2A, with penalties ranging from 2 to 99 years in prison. Corpus Christi Police Officers will continue to search for the remaining eight suspects. Great job by everyone involved.