Category Archives: Community Outreach

Aggravated Kidnapping Suspect Arrested

Date: Thursday, March 2, 2017, 6:00 am
Location: 900 Carmel Parkway
Offense: Attempted Kidnapping
Case Number: 1703020014

 

Lyndon Jackson II

Mr. Lyndon Brooks Jackson II, 04/16/1985, came to the main police station last night shortly after 7 p.m.  He wanted to turn himself in for the aggravated kidnapping incident that occurred on 03/02/2017.    He met with case investigators and was arrested and booked at the Nueces County Jail with a $35,000 bond.

Updated Images and Video of Attempted Kidnapping Suspect

Date: Thursday, March 2, 2017, 6:00 am
Location: 900 Carmel Parkway
Offense: Attempted Kidnapping
Case Number: 1703020014

On 03/02/17, just after 6:00 a.m. a 56-year-old female was walking North in the 900 Blk of Carmel Pkwy when a tall black male wearing green attempted to force the victim into his car.  Fortunately, the victim was able to get away.  The suspect fled west on Ft. Worth street in a Black vehicle with Chrome Rims.

The Corpus Christi Police Dept. is seeking help in identifying this male who may be involved.  These images were taken in the area of the incident just before 6:00 a.m.  They are of a male driving a Black Chrysler 300 with Chrome rims.  If you have any information on this male or any other information on the incident, please call 361-886-2600 or if you wish to remain anonymous, call 888-TIPS or log on to 888tips.com.

Patrol Report March 20, 2017

Date: Saturday, March 18, 2017, 1:05 AM
Location: Agnes and Virginia
Offense: Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle
Case Number: 1703170023

A Corpus Christi Police Officer was patrolling in the area of Agnes and Virginia. The officer observed a green truck run the stop sign at Virginia and Agnes going Northbound. The officer stopped and contacted the driver. As the officer contacted the driver he immediately opened the door and put his foot out. The driver was extremely nervous, sweating and stuttering as he spoke. The driver had no ID and the plate of the Dodge pick up returned to a Green Honda. The suspect was detained and the officer ran the VIN and discovered that the truck had been stolen from Corpus Christi on March 17th. Officers arrested Carlos Lopez Jr. (12-12-1980) and transported him to the City Detention Center.

Date: Saturday, March 18, 2017, 9:49 PM
Location: 900 Behmann St.
Offense: Assault Family Violence-Choking
Case Number: 1703180126

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 900 Behmann in reference to an assault in progress. Officers arrived and made contact with the 34 year old female victim. She advised that she got into an argument with her 32 year old boyfriend. She advised that at some point during the argument the suspect punched her in the face, pushed her into a window causing it to break and he threw her to the ground hitting her in the face and then he choked her. The victim advised that she blacked out for a moment. The victim had bruising on her arm and redness to her neck. Officers contacted the suspect who appeared intoxicated and acted as if nothing had happened. Officers arrested Michael Jameson (05-06-1984)  and a search incident to arrest revealed that the suspect had several pills in a plastic baggie in his sunglasses case. The suspect was additionally charged with possession of a controlled substance and transported to the City Detention Center.

Date: Sunday, March 19, 2017, 12:50 AM
Location: 6600 Mountain Wood Dr.
Offense: Intoxication Assault with a Vehicle
Case Number: 1703190010

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of 6600 Mountain Wood Dr. in reference to a female that might have been run over by a vehicle.  While officers were en route the call was updated that the vehicle was possible a red Toyota Tundra. Officers arrived and located the 42 year old female victim. She had severe facial injuries and was not wearing pants. The victim was transported to Spohn Memorial Hospital for treatment of her injuries. A witness stated that she heard a female scream “Open the door! Open the Door!” She also advised that she saw the red pick up leave the scene at a high rate of speed and return a short time later. The vehicle parked down the street with its lights shinning on the victim and the left the area again.

Responding officers located the vehicle in a parking lot in 6600 block of S. Staples. Officers contacted the 53 year old male who was the only occupant of the vehicle. The suspect had an odor of an intoxicating beverage. Officers had enough probable cause to arrest for DWI. Inside the vehicle officers located a pair of women’s jeans and a pink handbag that contained identification for the female victim. Officers also observed fresh blood and what they believed to be tissue on the left rear tire and wheel well. Officers arrested Roy Roberts (01-28-1964) and transported him to the City Detention Center. There is no update on the victims condition at this time. Officers are still investigating what led up to this incident.

 

 

 

 

Lets get this alleged thief identified

Date: Thursday, February 16, 2017, 7:33 PM
Location: 1530 SPID
Offense: Theft
Case Number: 1702210056

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need you help identifying this theft suspect. The suspect was seen entering the store and walking around with an empty cart. He then places 4 small water heaters in the cart and then exits the store. The suspect is seen going up to a grey passenger vehicle and loads the items in the car with help from another subject. The vehicle is seen driving away.

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

 

Help us Identify These Suspects

Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Location: 7100 SPID
Offense: Theft
Case Number: 1702190101

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need you help identifying this theft suspect. The suspect was seen entering the store and walking around. The security camera caught the suspect crawling behind the cosmetic counter and cutting a cord that held a magnetic key used to unlock security cases. The suspect then exits the store and ran from the location.

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

 

Date: February 23, 2017
Location: 4500 Leopard
Offense: Theft By Check
Case Number: 1702240060

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help identifying this suspect. The female suspect is seen going in to the business and looking around. The female goes up to the counter and pays for a couple of tools valued at approximately $1400 with a bad check. The suspect then leaves the area on foot.

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

Bomb Callout at 1200 Seventh Street

On 3-14-17, CCPD Narcotics/Vice Investigators developed information regarding two bombs reportedly located in a home in the 1200 block of Seventh St. NVID Investigators and Homeland Security Investigators (HSI) contacted the residents at the home and confirmed the presence of two potential bombs in the trunk of a car parked in the driveway. The Corpus Christi Police Bomb Squad and Special Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) responded to the scene. ATF and the bomb squad were able to safely neutralize the devices. In addition, ATF determined that they appear to be functional explosive devices, pending lab analysis. This is a joint investigation between CCPD, ATF, and HSI.

Anyone having information about this case should contact the Narcotics Vice Investigations Division at 361-826-8300, Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS, or ATF at 1-800-ATF-FIRE. All calls will be kept confidential. Individuals can also submit information through the mobile ReportIt® app, available both on Google Play and the Apple App Store. All individuals providing tips can remain anonymous.

All media inquires need to contact ATF Resident Agent in Charge Rick Miller 361-533-3823.

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Can you help us catch these suspects

Date: February 18-19, 2017
Location: 1300 SPID
Offense: Burglary
Case Number: 1702190106

Corpus Christ Police Officers responded to Holt Cat on the 1300 block of SPID in reference to a burglary. The complainant advised that when employees came into work on Monday they noticed that 4 new Caterpillar generators were missing. The complainant advised that this happened over the weekend.  The video shows a dark pickup driving into the business and a male suspect opening the gate. At least 2 suspects were involved in this crime. The pickup might have slight damage on the front bumper/grill from hitting the gate as it was leaving the business.

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

Police Release Sketch of Attempted Abduction Suspect

Date: Thursday, March 2, 2017, 6:00 am
Location: 900 Carmel Parkway
Offense: Attempted Kidnapping
Case Number: 1703020014

Corpus Christi Police Detectives released a sketch of the suspect involved in the recent attempted abduction. The suspect is described as a large male between 6′ 1″ to 6′ 4″ tall, weighing between 230-270 pounds. The suspect was wearing a green shirt with an emblem on it and matching green shorts. He is believed to be in his early to mid 30’s and is driving a dark 4-door vehicle with black leather interior.

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

Patrol Report March 14, 2017

Date:  Monday, March 13, 2017, 11:25 PM
Location:  4000 S. Staples
Offense:  Assault Family Violence (Choking)
Case Number:  1703130177

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 4000 S. Staples in reference to an assault in progress. The call advised that the suspect was wearing a hoodie with a backpack and the victim had a green jacket. Officers arrived and located the couple. Officers detained and separated the two.

The 18 year old female victim advised that she and the 31 year old male suspect were walking down the street when they began to argue. The victim advised that the suspect grabbed her by the head and threw her to the ground and at some point she was hit in the mouth. The victim advised that when she was on the ground the suspect got on top of her and began choking her. The victim advised that she could not breath and felt like she was going to lose consciousness. The suspect finally let go and the victim got up and began to walk away. The victim advised as she was walking away the suspect began to follow her and that is when police arrived. The victim had swelling to her face, a bleeding lip and redness around her neck. She was checked at the scene by CCFD medics. Officers arrested Robert Dominguez (05-10-1985) and transported him to the City Detention Center.

Date:  Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 12:28 AM
Location:  SH 358 WB at Greenwood Dr.
Offense:  Driving While Intoxicated
Case Number:  1703140005

Corpus Christi Police Officers responded to the area of SH 358 Westbound at Greenwood in reference to a vehicle swerving all over the road. A witness observed a grey in color Chevrolet Silverado swerving crossing several lanes and almost striking the median. Several other callers called and advised the vehicle was swerving and driving slow. Officers located and stopped the vehicle. Officers contacted the 21 year old female driver. The suspect advised that she just dropped her friend off in Port Aransas and was coming from the beach. As the suspect was speaking officers detected an odor of an intoxicating beverage, slow slurred speech and she was unsteady on her feet. Officers had enough probable cause to place the suspect under arrest for DWI. While officers were impounding her car they discovered a half empty cold bottle of beer and a cooler full of beer. Officers transported Megan Castillo (06-13-1997) to the City Detention Center.

Date:  Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 2:05 AM
Location:  2500 Crestlea Drive
Incident: Injured Party
Case Number:  1703140012

Corpus Christi Police Officers responded to a disturbance with injuries in the 2500 block of Crestlea Drive. Police and CCFD medics arrived and found a 21 year old female unconscious but breathing with a cut to her head. Medics quickly transported the female to Spohn Memorial Hospital. The other 21 year old female advised that she was with the victim earlier at the beach and got into a disturbance. They returned to the residence on Crestlea Drive where the argument continued. The argument started to turn physical when she decided to leave. As she was trying to leave the victim stood in front of the car to prevent the other female from leaving. The driver went around the female when at some point the victim jumped on the car. The driver advised she did not know the victim was on the car until she heard a scream. The driver stopped the vehicle and discovered the victim on the roadway. The driver loaded the victim in the car and took her back to the residence and called emergency personnel. The victim at the time of the report was listed in critical condition. Police are  still investigating the incident.

 

Corpus Christi Police Department announce Spring Break Plans

The City of Corpus Christi wants everyone visiting our sparkling City during Spring Break 2017 to enjoy a safe and relaxing vacation. The police department, fire department and parks and recreation departments along with state and local partners have been conducting planning sessions and making preparations to accomplish that goal.  Spring break beach patrols begin on Friday March 10 and continue through Sunday March 19th Contingencies are in place for additional officers to respond to the beach if needed.

Traffic officers will be out on the roadways ensuring the safety of those traveling to our beaches and monitoring lights on the island to assist with traffic flow.

On peak days, beach goers will be directed to enter the beach at Newport Pass and exit on Zahn Road. Traffic officers will control traffic with a portable traffic control signal at Zahn Road and SH 361.

Access Rd. 3 will remain open, but that portion of the beach is state owned and will remain natural. 4-wheel drive is recommended for area of the beach from Access Rd. 3 to Newport Pass.

Beach goers are encouraged to leave early and expect delays due to heavy traffic on the Island. The CCPD’s Public Information Office will provide traffic and beach updates on reverse alert. You can register for Reverse Alert notifications at ReverseAlert.org. You can also get information from the CCPD’s Twitter feed (CorpusChristiPolice@Corpus ChristiPD), ccpdblotter.com and Facebook page.

While the City of Corpus Christi encourages everyone to have a good time and enjoy the beach, officers will be on the lookout for alcohol related crimes such as DWI, public intoxication, and underage drinking. In line with these efforts, Corpus Christi Crime Stoppers wants everyone to help reduce teen drinking. Anyone who calls Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS to report minors drinking alcohol will be rewarded with $250 cash for each enforcement action event and Crime Stoppers guarantees to keep the callers identity a secret.

Beach goers are reminded that the following are prohibited on the beach by city ordinance:

No Glass Containers
No littering
No dogs on the beach from Newport Pass to Bob Hall Pier from 11 am to 8 pm.
No operation of any motorized vehicles in the dunes 10-72(a)

Fires:
Campfire means a fire contained in a barbecue pit constructed and maintained by the city, or in a portable barbecue pit, or an open fire in a fire pit or on the ground, and is not larger than three (3) feet in any dimension.

No person may build, operate, or use a fire on any beach along the Gulf of Mexico unless in accordance with the provisions of this section.

A person may build, operate, or use a campfire on a beach along the Gulf of Mexico, if: the campfire is at least fifty (50) feet from any permanent structure, at least seventy-five (75) feet from any vegetation line or dune, and at least twenty-five (25) feet from any vehicle with combustible fuel; and the prevailing wind will not blow embers into or beyond the dunes. Any wind coming from between the easterly and southerly direction that exceeds twenty (20) miles per hour as reported by the National Weather Service at the Corpus Christi Airport is considered capable of blowing embers into and beyond the dunes.

Again the Corpus Christi Police Department wants everyone to have a safe and fun Spring Break.