Occurred on 11/24/11, 5:15 a.m. Burglary of a Building 5851 Weber 1110240021
Officers responded to Cricket Wireless for an alarm call. Upon their arrival, Officers found the front glass door smashed. The manager reported to Officers that there did not appear to be any items stolen. The damage to the door is estimated at $300.
There is no suspect information at this time. Anyone having any information regarding this crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or the Corpus Christi Police Department Property Crimes Unit at 361-886-2841.
Occurred on 10/22/11, 9:21 p.m. Escape from Custody 600 N. Shoreline 110220141
Officers responded to a fight call at People’s Street T-Head involving multiple individuals. Upon their arrival, Officers contacted Texas Youth Commission employee who reported he was picking up several TYC halfway residents who were out on work release.
He told Officers a fight broke out amongst a couple of the juveniles as they were waiting in the van. As he attempted to break up the fight, two of the juveniles involved in the fight fled. Mr. Sanchez was unable to chase after the two juveniles as he had several more juveniles in the TYC van.
Officers were provided with descriptions of the two escapees and Directives to Apprehend were issued. The two escapees are from the Dallas area, but are familiar with the area as they work at a local downtown restaurant.
The first suspect was described as an 18-year-old Hispanic male, 5’5″ feet tall and weighing 137 lbs. The second suspect is described an 18-year-old Hispanic male, 5’4″ feet tall and weighing 124 lbs.
Anyone with any information regarding this crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS.
The Corpus Christi Police Department would like to invite the public to a free YWCA’s Week Without Violence Family Festival at Smith Elementary, 6902 Williams, Corpus Christi, Tx on Monday, October 24, 2011.
CASA of the Coastal Bend will host a “Lighting the Way to Protect Our Children” ceremony at 7:30 p.m.
Police responded to a hold-up alarm at the First National Victoria Bank shortly after 1:00 pm. When they arrived witnesses told police that a male handed one of the clerks a note, demanding money and telling the clerk that he had a gun.
After the clerk gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of money, the suspect fled North towards the rear of the bank and into the open field, were they lost sight of him.
The individual is described as white or possibly a hispanic male 5’10’ to 6′, in his late 20’s to early 30’s, wearing a black ball cap, a red t-shirt, dark-colored pants with a black fanny pack.
Witnesses recall seeing a Champagne colored 4 – door sedan type vehicle, in and around the bank parking lot at the time of the robbery.
If you can identify this individual or if you have any information regarding this robbery we encourage you to call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS, or log on at www.888tips.com The information you provide could earn you a cash reward.
10.21.2011/9:59am 441 Stages Suspicious Death 1110210028
Officers were dispatched to 441 Stages for a man down call. Upon arrival they made contact with the CCFD Medics who advised them that the 90-year-old man in the home was deceased. Officers went into the home to secure the scene and noticed blood loss from the victim. They called for the Crime Scene Unit and for Detectives of the Criminal Investigation Division. Detectives arrived did an initial processing of the scene. They secured the area and began to treat it as a suspicious death.
Detectives at the scene informed the Public Information Office that the victim lived alone and was last seen yesterday by neighbors.
Detectives continue to investigate at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS.
Officers were dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy in the 14500 block of SPID. Officers made contact with a 45-year-old male who stated that he was the victim of an Aggravated Robbery. The victim stated that around 9:00 a.m. he was at a stop sign when a man approached his vehicle. The man asked for money and as the victim was giving him some money the suspect became upset, demanded more money and then got into the victim’s vehicle. The suspect then demanded the victim to drive him around town. The victim told Officers that the suspect pulled out a knife and held it towards the direction of the victim. This went on for nearly six hours until they were near Park Road 22. It was then that the suspect opened the passenger door and ran into the dunes with the victim’s business deposit bag. It contained roughly $3000 in cash.
The victim then drove to the CVS where he met Officers. The victim had cuts to his arm and was taken to Bay Area Hospital to be treated. Officers processed the scene for evidence.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS
Officers responded to 100 Jasper for a pedestrian accident in the Gateway Mobile Home Park.
Upon arrival they found the victim, a 39 year old male, in the roadway with fatal injuries. Medics found life signs and transported him to Spohn Memorial. Officers also contacted the driver, a 37 year old female. She advised that after an argument with the victim (an acquaintance of hers), the victim was attempting to gain entry to her vehicle to assault her. She drove away while the victim was holding onto her mini van and he was drug under the vehicle. The victim was later pronounced at the hospital.
Both Traffic follow-up and Criminal Investigation Division Detectives responded to the scene. Crime Scene investigators also responded to process and photograph. The case is still under investigation.
10.19.2011/10:33am Hwy 358@Waldron Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle 1110190040
MetroCom Dispatch received a call for a drunk driver who was in a white Chevrolet Tahoe. Dispatch notified Officers that the vehicle was reported stolen out of Houston, Texas.
Officers located the vehicle on State Highway 358 where they attempted to make a traffic stop on the vehicle. Once the police unit overhead lights were turned on the driver accelerated and then slammed on his brakes forcing the vehicle to come to a stop in the left median of the freeway.
Sergio Hurtado Jr. (8.24.1993), a Houston native, was taken into custody for the stolen vehicle. The vehicle was impounded for the Auto Theft Task Force.