Date: Wednesday, February 07, 2018
Location: 1200 Cambridge Drive
Incident: Homicide and Aggravated Assaults
Incident Number: 1802070129
Corpus Christi Police patrol units were dispatched to a residence in the 1200 block of Cambridge Drive on 02/07/2018 at about 07:07 p.m. for reports of a stabbing. When the Officers arrived they were directed inside the house where they found a total of four people had been stabbed. Witnesses identified the offender as 28 year old Marco Antonio Moreno who was still inside the house. Witnesses reported that as many as 20 people were present in the house for a worship service when Mr. Moreno stabbed the four people. Witnesses told police that the offender was part of the congregation and his motive for the assault is unknown at this time. Witnesses took possession of the knife that was used and turned it over to police. A 61 year old male victim has died as a result of the stabbing and three other male victims suffered injuries, one of them is reported to be in serious condition at a local hospital.
Marco Antonio Moreno was booked at the Nueces County Jail on a Murder charge and three charges of Aggravated Assault.
This is still an active investigation and no other information is available at this time. If you have any information about this crime please call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at http://www.888TIPS.com.
Date: Saturday, February 03, 2018
Location: 4600 Block of Up River Rd
Incident Number: 1802030096
On the afternoon of February 3, 2018, Corpus Christi Police Department responded to a missing person report in the 4600 Blk of Up River Rd. Responding officers found Jesus Gomez was missing along with a potential homicide scene. The Criminal Investigations Section was requested to assist with the investigation. With the assistance of Robstown Police Department, the Texas Rangers and the Nueces County Medical Examiner’s office, it was determined that the bodies found early February 3, 2018 in Robstown were that of the missing person, 51-year-old Jesus Gomez and 35-year-old Isabel Cuellar.
At this time, it appears that Jesus Gomez and Isabel Cuellar were victims of a homicide in the 4600 Blk of Up River Rd and transported to Robstown where their bodies were burned.
The Corpus Christi Police Dept. is looking for any information regarding this double homicide. Please contact Det. C. Mendez at 361-886-2881 or if you want to remain anonymous call 361-888-TIPS or visit cctexas.com/crimestoppers.
Date: October 19, 2017
Location: 2800 Minton Street
Incident: Officer Involved Shooting
Incident Number: 1710190014
A Message From Mike Markle, Chief of Police
City Of Corpus Christi Police Department
As you know, On October 19th of last year, The Corpus Christi Police Department had an Officer involved shooting. Tragically, this incident resulted in the death of one of our citizens, Mr. Dewboy Lister. Within hours of the shooting, I invited the family of Mr. Lister, the District Attorney’s Office, the Federal Bureau of Investigations, along with local media, and members of our Community Coalition to view the body camera footage of this event. Being transparent while maintaining the integrity of this investigation has been and remains a priority for the Corpus Christi Police Department.
Since that time, a robust investigation has been conducted with oversight from the District Attorney’s Office. The case was presented to a Grand Jury. The Officer involved was no billed. The case was reviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and it is currently being reviewed by the United States Department of Justice.
This week, the Texas Attorney General’s Office has allowed the release of video footage of this incident. Along with releasing the video to the media, I have chosen to make this available to our community through our Social Media channels.
It is my thought that releasing this type of video can be hurtful to those involved and possibly divisive to our community. It is my hope that this does not occur. Please keep all of those involved, to include their families, in our prayers.
Thank you and God Bless you.
Corpus Christi Police Chief Mike Markle
Date: Thursday, February 01, 2018 4:00 pm
Location: 4900 block of Concorde
Offense: Animal Cruelty
Case Number: 1802010118
On Thursday afternoon, a call for service was made to our Animal Care Services office regarding a dog that was seen hanging from a fence. Animal Control Officers arrived at the location and found a dog that was dead. The initial investigation indicated that the dog had attempted to jump over a fence but its leash became entangled in the fence, and that led to its death. Contact was made with the homeowner, who claimed the dog. A concurrent investigation was initiated by both ACS and the Criminal Investigation Division.
A necropsy will be conducted by our veterinarian this afternoon.
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Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Location: Emory and Rushing
Offense: Kidnapping (attempt)
Case Number: 1801300073
At approximately 3:49 pm Officers were dispatched to the 3700 block of Emory Street for an attempted kidnapping. A 10-year-old girl reported that around 3:20 pm a male approached her as she was walking near the intersection of Emory and Rushing and advised the 10-year old that her parent had sent him to pick her up. As the male approached closer, the 10-year-old girl ran for safety.
Corpus Christi Police Officers canvassed the area looking for surveillance footage and any possible witnesses. Officers were able to obtain video and isolate images of the possible suspect vehicle, which is described as a blue in color SUV. The 10-year-old girl described the suspect as a 30-40 year old male, standing approximately 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 7 inches, with short dark hair which had some gray, a circular tattoo on his arm and was wearing a sleeveless shirt and blue jeans.
Investigators would now like your help to identify this man. Officers are also asking that if you live in the area of Emory and Rushing and own surveillance cameras, that you please check your footage for any suspicious activity that could assist in the investigation.
If you can identify the driver of this vehicle, or have any additional information about this attempted kidnapping, call the Corpus Christi Police Department at 886-2600. Information may be provided to Investigators anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or online at cctexas.com/crimestoppers. If the information you provide leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.
Corpus Christi Detectives want your help to identify this suspect, who was involved in a Forgery of Financial Instrument case.
If you have any information to provide about the identity or whereabouts of this male, call Crime Stoppers at 888-tips or submit the information online at cctexas.com/crimestoppers. The information you provide to Crime Stoppers is anonymous and if the information leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.
On January 30, 2018, Willie Greenwood (01/31/1996), was arrested by the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force. Greenwood was arrested on the outstanding warrant for Murder ($750,000 Bond), along with two additional outstanding warrants for Aggravated Robbery (No Bond) and Failure to Appear/Assault Causes Bodily Injury, Family Member ($5,000 Bond).
Greenwood has been transported to the City Detention Center for processing and will then be transferred to the Nueces County Jail.
Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Location: 6400 Weber
Case Number: 1801250002
Corpus Christi Detectives are asking for your help to locate 21-year-old Willie Greenwood (01/31/1996) who has an outstanding warrant ($750,000 Bond) for his arrest. Greenwood is wanted for Murder.
Greenwood is described as a 21-year-old male who stands 5 feet 07 inches tall, weighs approximately 140 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Greenwood’s hair may have been altered and may appear different than it is pictured in the attached image.
The warrant stems from an incident that Corpus Christi Police Officers responded to on Wednesday, January 24, 2018. Officers were dispatched to a shots fired call in the 6400 block of Weber Rd. As officers were en route to the initial call, they were re-directed to the 6600 block of Everhart in reference to a shooting victim. Upon arrival officers located a 20-year-old female victim with an apparent gunshot wound. Medics arrived and transported the victim to Spohn Shoreline Hospital where she was initially listed in critical condition. The victim has since been pronounced deceased.
If you know how to locate Willie Greenwood, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at cctexas.com/crimestoppers. The information you provide to Crime Stoppers is anonymous and if the information leads to an arrest, it could earn you a cash reward.