Sex Offender Sentenced to Over 50 years for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender

The Corpus Christi Police Department Sex Offender Unit investigated allegations that sex offender Mickey Boswell (07/10/62) had failed to register every 90 days as required by state law. Boswell failed to return to the police department to update his registration.

Boswell was found guilty of failing to register as a sex offender and sentenced to 50 years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for a Motion to Revoke for Theft (Enhanced), a 20 year sentence for Failure to Register as Sex Offender in addition to four 20 year sentences each on the remaining four charges.

The Sex Offender Unit routinely monitors sex offenders to ensure that they are in compliance with their registration.

Anyone with any information on sex offenders not complying with their registration can contact Diane Berry with the Sex Offender Unit at 361-886-2963.

Ex-Boyfriend Arrested After Visitation Dispute

Occurred on 9/28/11, 2:00 p.m.   Assault   3701 Cimarron Blvd.   1109280082 

Officers contacted the 16-year-old victim who reported she was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend Alfonso Martin-DelCampo (05/27/92) when he stopped by her residence unexpectedly to pick up his children and his personal property. 

 An argument ensued in which DelCampo grabbed the victim and punched her in the abdomen.  The victim sustained minor injuries. 

DelCampo was arrested and charged with Assault by Contact.

Smooth Operators

Occurred on June 18, 2011  Theft   4833 S. Padre Island Drive     1108200098 

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The Corpus Christi Police Department Property Crimes Detectives are seeking the public’s assistance to identify the suspect involved in a theft.

Wal-Mart Asset Protection Coordinator reported a black Female purchased several items and in the process stole $300 from the register.  The theft was not discovered until the nightly audit was complete and the shortage was discovered.

The suspect is described as a heavyset Black female, 5’6″ to 5’7″ feet tall and weighing 230 to 240 lbs.   She was last seen wearing lime green fitted shirt and dark-colored leggings.  She was accompanied by a Black male wearing a white t-shirt and black shorts.

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.

Grandson Uninvited Visit to Grandma’s House Lands Him in Jail

Occurred on 9/27/11, 2:14 p.m. Burglary of a Residence 600 Elesa/700 Francesca 1109270067 & 1109270068

Officers responding to a burglary in progress contacted the witness who reported he observed a Hispanic male standing outside of his elderly neighbor’s house. He stopped and questioned the male who told him he was waiting for his friend who was inside the residence.

Further investigation revealed Javier Lopez Jr. (02/06/70) was burglarizing his 82-year-old grandmother’s house with his friend acting as the lookout. Officers checked the residence and chased Lopez, who fled out a window.

Officers found Lopez in the 700 block of Francesca where he gained entry to hide from police. The 35-year-old homeowner told Officers the suspect ran into her home and told her to be quiet. The Officers found Lopez hiding in a bedroom acting as if he was asleep. Lopez was arrested when he was positively identified by the victim and the witness.

Lopez was charged with two counts of Burglary of a Residence along with an outstanding Parole Violation warrant. He was additionally charged with Failure to Identify as a Fugitive from Justice when he lied to Officers about his name. Neither the homeowner nor her two sons were injured during the burglary.

Suspected Forger Arrested

Occurred on 9/27/11, 1:35 p.m.  Wanted Subject     3829 Saratoga          1109270084  

Officer J. Vela continues his quest in locating and arresting wanted subjects.   His dogged pursuit has led him to yet another lawbreaker. 

Officer Vela was able to locate and arrest Samantha Rae Woods-Jaramillo (04/08/91) at her new place of employment. 

Woods-Jaramillo was charged with an outstanding Nueces County warrant for two counts of Forgery of a Financial Instrument.  Her bond was set at $5000.

Quarrel Ends When One Person Stabbed

Occurred on 9/27/11, 10:45 p.m.  Aggravated Assault   1500 Ramirez 11092701161 

Officers responded to the residence and contacted a 58–year-old victim who reported his girlfriend of a several years had stabbed him during an argument.  The victim told Officers Cora Lee Williams (04/05/58) became angry and stabbed him with a knife. 

The victim was transported to Spohn Memorial with a small laceration to his abdomen. 

Williams was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Missing Ditchwitch Underground Locator

Occurred 9.26/27.2011/10:00am Burglary to a Vehicle Aaron Dr./ Bratton Rd. 1109270045

Detectives with the Auto Theft Task Force are investigating an auto burglary that occurred sometime overnight on Monday Sept. 26 & Tuesday morning Sept. 27. The thieves broke into a tool box of a company vehicle and stole a Ditchwitch Underground Locator valued at $6000 as well as several specific type wrenches valued at $1000. If you know who is responsible for the Burglary or if you where we can locate these tools, we ask that you call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or vist us on our website at http://www.888tips.com to submit a web tip.

Litterbug Involved in Hit and Run Arrested

Occurred on 9/27/11:19 a.m.  D.W.I.   4510 Leopard  1109270017,1109270019, C1106943         

Officers responded to the Stripes Convenience Store for an accident in which a vehicle driven by a drunk driver possibly struck the building.  While en route, Officers were advised a silver Mazda Protege fled westbound on Leopard.   The Protege was also involved in a hit and run accident at 1050 Nueces Bay. 

Officers located the vehicle in the Whataburger parking lot at 4510 Leopard.  As the Officer walked up to the car, he observed the driver Ana Contreras (01/01/89) throwing Taco Bell tacos and sauce packets onto the ground along with a broken beer bottle. 

Contreras was transported to the Stripes Convenience Store located at 4849 Leopard where a clerk positively identified her as the driver who almost struck the building as she drove off.  She was also positively identified as the hit and run driver who failed to stop at a red light and struck a green Chrysler Imperial occupied by three individuals.  They were not injured in the accident. 

Contreras was medically cleared at Spohn Memorial where a Blood Draw was also taken.  She was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated, No Driver’s License, and Littering ~ Prohibited In Public Places. 

Her passenger Hailey Christine Gustin (05/24/89) was arrested when she was found to be wanted.  Gustin was charged with an outstanding Municipal Court warrant and additionally charged with Possession of Dangerous Drugs when several pills were found in her purse.

Thieves Attempt to Steal ATM

Occurred on 9/27/11, 01:33 a.m. Burglary of a Building 7602 Everhart 1109270010

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Officers responding to an alarm at the Stripes Convenience Store arrived to find the business burglarized with a steel cable protruding from the smashed front door.

Further investigation revealed a winch cable had been wrapped around the store’s ATM machine in attempt to drag it out of the store. The two suspects were unsuccessful, but did cause $5,700 in damages to the ATM machine and front door.

The suspects were last seen wearing dark-colored hoodies. They fled in a newer model Dodge Ram pickup truck with a combination brush guard and winch attached to the front bumper. No money was missing from the ATM.

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.

Turtle “Couple” Separated When Male Stolen, Four Juveniles Detained

Occurred on 09/26/11, 5:30 p.m.  Theft   1700 S.P.I.D.     1109260131

Officers responded to Faith Power Washing for the theft of an African Spurred Exotic Turtle.  The caller advised there were five male juveniles involved in the theft.

Upon their arrival, Officers were told by a neighbor the suspects were last seen running towards 4900 Waterfall Street.   Officers searched the area, but were unable to locate the juveniles.  The Officers did speak to one of the suspect’s mother who went in search of her son, while Officers returned to contact the victim. 

 The 43-year-old victim reported to Officers a couple of juvenile males jumped over his fence and when he approached them they fled.  During his exploration of his backyard for any damage, the victim discovered one of his two African Spurred Exotic Turtles was missing.   The female was found unharmed still in his backyard, but the male turtle valued at $1,500 was stolen.   

 Officers returned to 4900 Waterfall to find the mother of one the juveniles searching for her son.  The mother turned over three of the juveniles including her son. 

Further investigation confirmed the juveniles’ involvement in the theft of the turtle along with the identity of the other two suspects.  Officers were able to locate the turtle and return it unharmed to the victim. 

Four of the five suspects were detained and transported to the Nueces County Juvenile Justice Center.  The four 12-year-old juveniles were all charged with one count each of Theft which is a State Jail Felony.  An 11-year-old juvenile remains outstanding.

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