Suspicious “Jumper”

Occurred 9/20/11, 11:38 PM       Kangaroo Sighting     4400 Old Brownsville Rd

 On Tuesday night, at 11:38 PM, the Corpus Christi Police Department received a call about suspicious activity.  The female caller said  she was driving on Old Brownsville Rd, passing the Gabe Lozano Golf Course, when a Kangaroo jumped across the road almost hitting her vehicle.  The caller added she was positive it was a Kangaroo and described it as being over five feet tall, light beige, with a long tail…hopping.  The Kangaroo allegedly hopped from the golf course to the field behind Del Mar College.

Officers responded to the scene, but were unable to locate the Kangaroo or the caller.

Update – Mary Mother of the Church Burglarized

Occurred 9/18/11, 7:30 p.m. ~ 9:00 p.m. Burglary of a Building 1755 Frio 1109180140

Officers responded to Mary Mother of the Church for a burglary.  Officers contacted church staff members who reported they arrived to find the church lights on and the Sacristy Room along the Sanctuary burglarized.  Further investigation revealed there was not a forced entry, but the possibility the suspect or suspects hid inside the church and exited through a side door.  Approximately 100 hand-made rosaries and several gold amulets were stolen along with an undetermined amount of money.  The money was taken from two offering deposit box. 

Investigators identified four juveniles ages 10, 10, 11 & 13.  These juveniles have been referred to the Nueces County Juvenile Justice Center for having been involved in the Burglary.

“Who are you?” – Don’t Know…

Occurred 9/20/11, 11:15 PM            Wanted Subject          4000 S. Staples            1109200148

While enforcing the no left turn signs at Staples and Everhart, an Officer stopped a vehicle for ignoring the No Left Turn sign.  When an occupant in the vehicle was asked her name, she stated, “Dunno.”  The Officer questioned this response, but soon discovered the name actually was Savannah Dunno (03/08/84).  She was found to have an active Nueces County warrant for damage to property and was arrested.

Mother’s Concern For Son Leads To Father’s Arrest

Occurred on 9/20/11, 12:06 a.m.  Wanted Subject      820 West Point  1109200002

Officers contacted the complainant who reported she was involved in a verbal argument with her boyfriend and he left with their five-year-old son.  The mother told Officers she was concerned for her son’s welfare.  Officers located Hugo Agulera (05/23/82) at 820 West Point.  Further investigation revealed, he was wanted on three  active warrants.  Agulera was arrested and booked at the CDC.  He was charged with a San Patricio County warrant for Assault, a Probation Violation warrant, along with a Motion  To Revoke Probation warrant.  All three outstanding warrants had No Bond set.  The child was safely returned to his mother.

Failure to Appear for Child Support Lands Speeder in Jail

Occurred on 9/19/11, 10:28 p.m.  Wanted Subject       1400 N.P.I.D.        11-09190175

An Officer pulled over a sports utility vehicle for speeding in the 1400 block of N. Padre Island Drive.  Pedro Bustamonte Flores (06/05/82) was found to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest.  Flores was arrested and booked at the CDC.  He was charged with the outstanding Nueces County Warrant for Failure to Appear for Child Support.  He was given a verbal warning for the speeding.

Neighbor Threatens To Shoot Boxer Who Charged At His Children

Occurred on 9/19/11, 7:28 p.m.   Deadly Conduct   702 S. Clarkwood  Road     1109190154

Officers responded to the Sea Mist Mobile Home Park for a disturbance with gun.  Upon their arrival, Officers contacted the 20-year-old victim who reported her 25-year-old neighbor threatened her with a gun.  The victim told Officers her neighbor was upset her boxer had escaped and gone into his yard where his children play.  The victim told Officers she walked the dog to the neighbor’s house and told the dog not to go over there again.  The victim told Officer’s the neighbor then pointed a gun at her and threatened to shoot her dog if it went into his yard again.  The neighbor denied having a gun or pointing it at the victim, but did warn her, he would shoot the dog if it charged at his kids again.  The neighbor allowed Officers to check the residence for a firearm, but one was not located.  The investigation is ongoing.

Family Dollar Store Manager Pursues Robbery Suspect

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Occurred on 9/19/11, 2:11 p.m.   Robbery   5815 Weber     1109190108

Officers contacted the Family Dollar Store cashier who reported a Black male entered the store and loitered in the store keeping a close eye on her.  The male left, but returned shortly thereafter, waiting for an opportunity to rob the victim.  When the cashier opened the cash register, the suspect elbowed her out-of-the-way and took an undetermined amount of money.  The store manager pursued after the suspect, but lost sight of him as he fled northbound towards the H.E.B.   The suspect is described as a hazel-eyed Black male, 5’8” to 5’10” feet tall and weighing 180 to 200 lbs.  He was last seen wearing a “golf” hat, light blue shirt, and blue jean shorts.  Anyone having any information regarding this crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or the Corpus Christi Police Department Homicide/Robbery Bureau at 361-886-2841.

 

Cascade Car Wash Burglarized

Occurred on 9/13/11, 10:00 p.m.   Burglary of a Coin Operated Machine   1805 Rodd Field 1109160064 

Officers contacted the owner of Cascade Car Wash who reported his coin boxes were burglarized on 09/13/11, but he didn’t report the crime.  The three coin boxes had already been repaired.  The owner told Officers they observed the surveillance video footage of another car wash burglary on a news broadcast.  The Media’s use of the surveillance video prompted them to file a police report.  The victim did have surveillance video of his burglary and will provide a copy.    In the video, a female with long dark hair who was dressed in dark tank top was observed being the lookout while other suspects were breaking into the coin boxes.   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.  Note:  A copy of the video is not available at this time.

Mary Mother of the Church Burglarized

Occurred 9/18/11, 7:30 p.m. ~ 9:00 p.m.   Burglary of a Building    1755 Frio     1109180140

Officers responded to Mary Mother of the Church for a burglary.  Officers contacted church staff members who reported they arrived to find the church lights on and the Sacristy Room along the Sanctuary burglarized.  Further investigation revealed there was not a forced entry, but the possibility the suspect or suspects hid inside the church and exited through a side door.  Approximately 100 hand-made rosaries and several gold amulets were stolen along with an undetermined amount of money.  The money was taken from two offering deposit box.  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.

Information Sought In JR Viola’s Cleaners Burglary, Call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS

Reported on 9/18/11, 07:00 a.m.   Burglary of Coin Operated Machine   1310 Airline        1109180050

Officers contacted employees of JR Viola’s Cleaners Laundromat who reported several coin operated machines had been burglarized.  Further investigation revealed the suspects left behind several tools while taking several cash trays.  The total amount contained in the trays is undetermined at this time. There is no suspect description available 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.

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