SUSPECTS IN CREDIT CARD SKIMMING

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help identifying suspects that are believed to be responsible for a number of recent credit card cloning and credit card abuse cases.  These suspects have been involved in over 60 recent offenses.

They may be in a grey Dodge van or a grey Ford van.  They have been seen in both vehicles.

If you recognize either of these suspects or if you have information about this case, please call the Corpus Christi Police Criminal Investigations Division at 886-2840.  Anyone who would like to keep their identity secret and provide information to the Detectives should call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or submit the tip online at  http://www.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.

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Can you help locate this wanted fugitive

Corpus Christi Police Detectives need your help locating this wanted fugitive. Detectives are looking for 31 year old Jeremiah Justice Bryant (10-30-1986). He is wanted for aggravated assault in reference to a shooting that happened in the area of 10600 Larkwood on July 5, 2018.

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Jeremiah is 5 feet 9 inches tall weighing 165 pounds. He has brown hair and green eyes. The warrant is for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and has a $100,000 bond.

If you have information on his whereabouts contact the police at 361-886-2600. If you would like to remain anonymous call CrimeStoppers at 361-888-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.

TENTATIVE VECTOR CONTROL SCHEDULE

Below is a tentative spraying schedule, noting where Vector Control will be spraying on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.  This schedule is subject to change.

  •  Saturday, June 30th – Route 10 and 13
  •  Sunday, July 1st – Route 14, 15, portion of 21 (south of Saratoga, west of Everhart to Webber, south to Yorktown)
  •  Monday, July 2nd – Route 17 and 19

Zones are subject to change due to weather conditions and wind speeds.

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http://cms.cctexas.com/sites/default/files/CCPD-CCACS-mosquito-spray-routes-map.pdf

Suspect arrested for Murder after body was found wrapped in a blanket.

Date: June 27, 2018 11:19PM
Location: 7300 McArdle
Offense: Murder
Case #: 1806270133

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of 7300 McArdle in reference to a body wrapped up in a blanket. Officers arrived and contacted the reporting party who showed officers the location of the body. Officers observed a 48 year old female wrapped in a blanket under a tree and some bushes. The responding officers checked the status of the female victim and found that she was deceased. The officers secured the crime scene and called the Criminal Investigations Division. Detectives and officers checked the area and were able to contact a male suspect. The suspect was transported to the main police station for questioning. Detectives questioned the suspect and were able develop enough probable cause to arrest John Smith (11/12/1964) for murder. John Smith was transported to the City Detention Center and booked.

This is still an active investigation and there is no other information to be released at this time. If you have any information about this crime you are asked to contact detectives at 361-886-2840.

 

TENTATIVE VECTOR CONTROL SCHEDULE

Below is a tentative spraying schedule noting where Vector Control will be for the next three nights.  This schedule is subject to change.

Wednesday, June 27:  Route 21, 23, 26.  These routes cover East of Everhart to Airline Road and South of Saratoga to Oso Parkway

Thursday, June 28:  Route 28 & 29.  These routes cover Flour Bluff South of 358.

Friday, June 29:  Route 11, 30, 31.  These routes cover North Beach and the Island.

Zones are subject to change due to weather conditions and wind speeds.

Click on the link below to see what zone you live in.

http://cms.cctexas.com/sites/default/files/CCPD-CCACS-mosquito-spray-routes-map.pdf

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UPDATE ON BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT

Date: Friday, June 22, 2018
Location: 2600 Rodd Field
Incident:  Robbery
Case Number: 1806220138

Corpus Christi Detectives have confirmed that 62-year-old Marcus Allen Brown (01/15/1956) has been found deceased in Pleasanton, Texas.  Marcus Brown had an outstanding warrant for the recent bank robbery that took place on June 22, 2018.

There is no additional information to be released at this time, as this case is still considered an open investigation.

https://ccpdblotter.com/2018/06/25/warrant-issued-for-recent-bank-robbery/

https://ccpdblotter.com/2018/06/22/help-us-identify-robbery-suspect/

WARRANT ISSUED FOR RECENT BANK ROBBERY

Date: Friday, June 22, 2018
Location: 2600 Rodd Field
Incident:  Robbery
Case Number: 1806220138

Corpus Christi Detectives are asking for your help to locate 62-year-old Marcus Allen Brown (01/15/1956) who has an outstanding warrant for Aggravated Robbery ($500,000 Bond).

Brown is described as a 62-year-old male who stands 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs approximately 220 pounds, with gray/white hair and blue eyes.

The warrant stems from the bank robbery that Corpus Christi Police Officers responded to on Friday, June 22, 2018.

See link below for additional information. (https://ccpdblotter.com/2018/06/22/help-us-identify-robbery-suspect/)

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If you know how to locate Marcus Brown, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit the information online at http://www.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.

HELP US IDENTIFY ROBBERY SUSPECT

Date: Friday, June 22, 2018, 3:39 PM
Location: 2600 Rodd Field
Offense: Robbery
Case Number: 1806220138

At approximately 3:39 PM on June 22, 2018 Corpus Christi Police Officers responded to a Robbery at a Credit Union located on the 2600 block of Rodd Field Rd.

Upon arrival officers determined that a robbery had occurred and that during the commission of the robbery a suspicious item was purposely left behind.  In response to the unidentified item being left behind by the suspect, officers ensured that all parties inside of the credit union were evacuated.  

As a precautionary measure, members of the Corpus Christi Bomb Squad were dispatched to the scene in an effort to determine whether the suspicious item presented a threat.

Once the item was deemed to be safe and there was no verified threat to the location, Detectives began their investigation into the robbery.

The suspect was described as between 55-60 years of age, standing 5’08-6’00, weighing between 180-210 pounds, with white facial hair, wearing a long sleeve blue in color button down shirt, blue jeans, brown cowboy boots, eyeglasses with black rims and a light brown or beige cowboy hat.  

The suspect left the scene with an undisclosed amount of money and in an unknown direction.  

Anyone who can identify this suspect, or who has any additional information about this crime should call the Corpus Christi Criminal Police Department at 886-2600.  If you have any information about this crime and want to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 888-tips or submit the information online at http://www.cctexas.com/crimestoppers.  If the information you provide leads to an arrest, you could earn a cash reward.

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NVID PROSTITUTION STING NETS SEVEN ARRESTS

NVID Logo 3An anti-prostitution sting conducted by the Corpus Christi Police Department’s Narcotics and Vice Investigations Division Thursday afternoon resulted in the arrest of seven men on charges of prostitution, a class B misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in jail and fines up to $2,000.  The men were arrested after they solicited an undercover CCPD Officer, posing as a prostitute, for sex acts in exchange for money.  The operation targeted several north and west side neighborhoods frequented by prostitutes.

NVID Detectives were assisted in the operation by Directed Patrol and Uniform Division Officers, as well as civilians with the Red Cord Program.  The Red Cord Program is a prostitution diversion program aimed to provide practical and emotional support for those involved in prostitution. The program is successful due to the collaboration between Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation, social service organizations, Nueces County District Attorney Office, and Corpus Christi Police Department.  The program affords those involved with sex work an opportunity to address the myriad of behavioral, social, and psychological problems they have faced throughout their lifetime. Since 2013, Red Cord has provided case management, health services, job training, substance abuse treatment, clothing, housing, counseling, and other social services needed to address the circumstances related to their involvement in prostitution.  Participants who successfully complete the program have their cases dismissed by the District Attorney’s Office.

Six of the seven men arrested during Thursday’s operation agreed to attend a voluntary prostitution diversion education program at their expense.  This program educates men about the negative consequences of prostitution, circumstances that may lead someone to purchase sex, and the impact they have on the individual they attempt to solicit sex in exchange for money.  The fees raised from this program are then used to provide some of the resources mentioned above, to assist women seeking to escape the bondage of prostitution.

Although often inaccurately referred to as a “victimless” crime, prostitution is inextricably linked to multiple other crimes including assault, human trafficking, sexual abuse, drug abuse, and the spread of sexually transmitted infectious disease.  Neighborhoods where prostitution is prevalent experience a drastic degradation of the quality of life that citizens expect and deserve.  The Corpus Christi Police Department will continue to collaborate with all government and private entities to combat prostitution and help accomplish our mission of working with the community to reduce crime, reduce the fear of crime and enhance public safety.

Vector Control Will Begin Treating for Mosquitoes

Starting Saturday June 23, 2018, Vector control will begin treating standing water throughout the city with larvicide. They will then monitor the mosquito traps across the city and start the process of spraying the adult mosquitoes.

Vector Control

Vector Control is asking the public to help them by taking care of your property. Remember the 5 D’s of Defense:

DEET – Use insect repellent containing DEET.
DRESS – Dress in long sleeves and pants when you’re outside.
DAWN, DAYTIME and DUSK – Dawn, Daytime and Dusk are the times of day when mosquitoes are most active. Avoid being outside during these times of day to prevent bites.
DRAIN – Regularly drain standing water, including water that collects in empty cans, tires, buckets, clogged rain gutters and saucers under potted plants. Mosquitoes breed in stagnant water.
DOCTOR – Consult a physician if you feel sick after being bitten.

 

 

 

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