Date: Saturday, July 1, 2017 12:05 AM
Location: 1938 Ennis Joslin
Offense: Burglary, MC Warrants, Possession of a Controlled Substance
Case Number: 1707010005
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 1938 Ennis Joslin (Aspen Heights apts.) in reference to a burglary of a habitation. Upon arrival officers were contacted by the 19 year old female victim. The victim advised that a former roommate had broke into her apartment and was asleep in her bed. Officers detained the 24 year old male suspect. The victim advised that approximately 3 weeks ago the suspect turned in his keys, moved out and no longer had access to the apartment. The suspect went on to the balcony, forced a widow open (breaking it) and entered the apartment. The suspect then went through her apartment eating her food, moving her purse and taking approximately $100 dollars. Officers observed the apartment to be in disarray and spaghetti on the end of the bed where the suspect was sleeping. Officers arrested Daniel Powell (02-09-1993) for burglary. He was also found to have pills, marijuana and 2 municipal court warrants for his arrest. He was transported to the City Detention Center.
Date: Sunday, July 2, 2017 11:25 PM
Location: 4535 SPID
Offense: Aggravated Assault, Public Intoxication
Case Number: 1707030001
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 4535 SPID (Izzy’s) in reference to a fight with weapons. Upon arrival officers observed multiple subjects and one of them holding a knife. Officers detained the 29 year old male suspect. Officers contacted the 35 year old male victim, an employee of the bar, who stated the suspect was with a group of people inside the bar. One subject in the group was intoxicated and not allowed to have any more drinks. Other people in the group were sneaking drinks to that suspect and were asked to leave when caught by the staff. When the subjects were asked to leave the suspect became aggressive towards the victim. The bouncers got involved and forcibly removed the subjects from the bar and were hit while escorting them out. Once outside the suspect, instead of leaving, pulled out a knife and told the victim and other employees “what now?” Employees feared for their safety and called the police. Officers arrived and arrested Jason Paul Ramirez (06-26-1988) for aggravated assault and Primitivo Thomas Molina (08-14-1990) for public intoxication. Both suspects were transported to the City Detention Center.
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 10:30 AM
Location: 5488 SPID
Offense: Theft (3rd Degree Felony)
Case Number: 1705230110
Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help identifying this suspected thief. An employee of Amans Jewelers was setting out jewelry on a center table. A unknown male suspect jumped on the counter reaching and grabbing 2 ring displays valued at over $30,000. The suspect then flees the scene. The suspect was clean shaven wearing a dark shirt and shorts. He also had tattoos on both of his forearms.
The male 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.
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.
Corpus Christi Police Officers need your help locating 20 year old Kaeli Rosales. She was last seen in the downtown area near the Whataburger around 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM this evening. She might have been abducted by two dark complected males with no hair driving a white van with no windows. It is possible that the van was at a park earlier this evening. Kaeli is 5 feet 2 inches tall weighing 125 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Officers have been unable to reach Kaeli on her cell phone.
If you have seen Kaeli Rosales or the van please call 911 with a location and description of the individuals and vehicle.
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2017, 12:34 AM
Location: 6773 SPID
Offense: Theft of Service, Warrant of Arrest, Possession of Dangerous Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia
Case Number: 1706110012
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 6773 SPID at the Wyatt Hotel for a theft not in progress. Officers arrived and contacted the manager and the 40 year old female suspect. The manager advised that the suspect could not pay for her room charges and was about to leave when police arrived. The manager advised that the suspect checked in at an earlier time under a different name that was listed on a credit card. A little later the Hotel was contacted by the credit card holder and advised that she did not authorize the use of her card. The manager questioned the suspect who began to change her story about the use of the card and that is when the police were called. The responding officers found the suspect to have a warrant for parole violation (original charge of organized crime) out of Austin. Officers arrested Crystal Pancoast (09-01-1976) for the warrant and theft of service. Search incident to arrest officers located pipes, rolling papers, a syringe and 19 pills not belonging to the suspect in a prescription bottle. Officers also located checks and other financial information not belonging to the suspect. The officers were unable to contact any of the victims and turned the information over to the CCPD financial crimes unit. Crystal was transported to the City Detention Center.
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2017, 10:16 PM
Location: 3600 Dalraida Dr.
Offense: Aggravated Assault, Criminal Mischief
Case Number: 1706110131
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of 3600 Dalraida in reference to a disturbance in progress. The call stated that the suspect was hitting people with a bat and breaking vehicle windows. As the officer arrived in the area he was contacted by a citizen who stated that a suspect was going crazy and directed the officer to the area. The call was updated that a citizen was restraining the suspect. The officer arrived and observed a suspect holding the suspect on the ground. The suspect was taken into custody and placed in a unit while officers investigated.
Officers contacted a witness who advised that he kicked the 25 year old male out of his apartment because he had not paid him rent. The suspect left and came back later in a rage to gather his belongings. The suspect was cursing at the witness and then turned his rage on citizens walking up to the complex. A 18 year old female victim arrived at the complex and was confronted by the suspect. The suspect was carrying what looked like sticks and pointed at the victim. She turned and ran and stated she felt the suspect hit her in the rib cage. The suspect turned his attention to a 17 year old male striking him in the right wrist after he told the suspect to stop. The suspect then broke out windows to two cars before he was detained by a citizen. The suspect used a pool cue stick to strike the victims and break the vehicle windows. The victims were treated at the scene. Officers arrested Zachary Lee Murray (07-15-1991) for aggravated assault and criminal mischief. He was transported to the City Detention Center.
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.
Date: June 6, 2017, 7:26 AM
Location: 400 Schatzel
Offense: Aggravated Assault
Case Number: 1706060022
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the 400 of Mesquite St. in reference to a fight in progress with a weapon. Officers arrived and located the fight in a park in the area of 400 Schatzel. Officers observed a subject recording an argument between two men. The witness stated that the suspect in a white button down shirt was waving a knife at another subject. Offices reviewed the footage and it showed the suspect trying to cut the victim with the knife. The witness also stated that when the officers arrived he put the knife in his pocket. Officers contacted the suspect and detained him. They located a knife in his right front pocket of his pants. The 75 year old male victim had a small cut to his right hand which was treat at the scene by medics. Officers arrested Alfred Muniz (10-02-1940) and transported him to the City Detention Center.
Date: June 6, 2017, 9:08 PM
Location: 1500 S. Port
Offense: Theft, Evading Arrest
Case Number: 1706060144
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the Family Dollar in the 1500 block of S. Port in reference to a theft in progress. The call advised that 2 suspects fled the store with baskets full of merchandise. Officers checked the area and observed 2 males, matching the description, walking in the 3300 block of Baldwin. One male took off running and the other was detained at the scene. Officers chased the other suspect and saw him run towards a grassy area near Cheyenne St. Officers checked the area and found the suspect lying face down in the grass with a Dollar General bag containing a lot of items from the store. The suspect was taken into custody and both suspects were taken back to the Dollar general. Officers reviewed video and it showed both subjects entering the store but only the suspect that took off running taking items from the store and placing them in a red bag. Officers arrested Michael Llamas (05-24-1969) and transported him to the City Detention Center. All of the property was returned to the store.
Date: June 6, 2017, 11:39 PM
Location: 9100 Agnes St.
Offense: Aggravated Assault
Case Number: 1706060153
Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of 9100 Agnes St. in reference to a disturbance with a weapon. As officers were en route the call was updated and advised that a shot was fired. The suspect was described as a female wearing a green shirt. Officers arrived and contacted the 56 year old female suspect outside the residence. Officers contacted the 61 year old female victim. She advised that she was doing her laundry and had asked her brother to help her. The victim stated that the suspect became angry and started yelling at her. The victims brother told the suspect to be quiet and leave her alone. The victim walked out of the room and heard a gun shot coming from the area of the living room. The victim went to the living room and observed the suspect holding a gun. The suspect told the victim “come over here so I can kill you too.” The victim left fearing for her safety and called the police. The victims brother left the scene prior to officers arriving. Officers observed a flat screen TV that was mounted on the wall to have a bullet hole in it. Officers located a hand gun on the sofa in the living room. Officers arrested Sandra Saenz (07-03-1960) and transported her to the City Detention Center.
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 %.
Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017 6:18 PM
Location: 3700 Velda Drive
Offense: Burglary of a Habitation, Aggravated Assault
Case Number: 17052000092
Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help identifying this vehicle. Officers were called to the area of Nolford Place and Leopard Street in reference to a disturbance with weapons involved. Officers contacted the 40 year old female victim. She advised that she pulled into her driveway and noticed a white SUV, possibly a Saturn, parked on the side of her residence. The vehicle was occupied by 4 males and they were loading something into the back seat area. Once they noticed the victim they got into the car and sped away through the neighborhood. The victim followed the suspects through the neighborhood. When they were in the area of Round Rock a rear passenger fired 2-3 rounds at the victim. The victim was not hit and lost sight of the suspect vehicle in the area of IH 37 Southbound. The victim advised that an air compressor was taken from her garage.
If you recognize the suspect vehicle, know the identity of the suspects 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.