Patrol Report February 8, 2017

Date: Tuesday, February 7, 2017, 7:38 PM
Location: Carroll and McArdle
Offense: Aggravated Assault
Case Number: 1702070138

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the area of Carroll and McArdle in reference to a criminal mischief in progress. Officers were contacted by a witness who advised that a black SUV intentionally struck another vehicle. The witness pointed the officers in the direction. Officers made contact with the 55 year old female suspect. She advised that she got into a disturbance with the 29 year old female victim. The suspect met with the victim about medical services. The suspect confronted the victim because her purse was taken and she felt she was set up by the victim. Officers asked the suspect if she struck the victims vehicle to which she denied and stated the victim stuck her vehicle.

Officers contact the victim who stated that she was being followed by the suspect . The victim stated that the suspect struck her vehicle from behind. The victim turned onto Carroll and was still being followed by the suspect. The victim stopped at a park to pick up her children and noticed that the suspect was still driving in a reckless manner. The victim had seated a 7 year old female and a 10 year old male in the back seat when the front of her vehicle was struck by the suspect. The victim stated that she does not know the suspect and had no prior contact with her. The victim stated that she did get into a struggle with the suspect over her keys because she did not want her to leave.

Officers contacted the witness a second time and he advised that he saw the suspect vehicle intentionally strike the victims vehicle twice. Officers arrested Esmeralda Ybarra (11-21-1961) for aggravated assault and transported her to the City Detention Center.

Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 3:16 AM
Location: 600 SPID
Event: Loose pot bellied pig

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 600 SPID in reference to a call of a large pot bellied pig following customers in the parking lot of Stripes. Officers arrived and located the suspected animal. The pot bellied pig appeared to be a pet but had injuries to its back. The pot bellied pig was friendly and was contained in the area until animal control officers arrived and took custody of it. It is unknown where the animal came from. If you have any knowledge of this pot bellied pig please contact Animal Care Services.