Patrol Report June 28, 2017

Date:  Tuesday, June 27, 2017 2:11 PM
Location: 1900 Comanche
Offense: Aggravated Assault
Case Number: 1706270085

Corpus Christi Police Offices were dispatched to the 1900 block of Comanche in reference to an assault with injuries. The call advised that a female hit a male in the head with a pipe. Officers arrived and contacted the 69 year old male victim in his wheelchair. The victim had a large laceration to his head, a laceration to his pinky and was covered in blood. The victim advised that he was trying to get the 34 year old female off of his porch because she was high on spray paint. The suspect refused to leave, got a golf club and began striking the victim. The victim advised he did not know how many times he was struck. A witness advised that he saw the suspect huffing paint outside. The victim was inside when he heard screaming on the porch and saw the suspect holding the golf club and the victim covered in blood. He stated that the suspect began kissing the victim saying she was sorry and then fled the scene. The victim was transported to Spohn Shoreline with non-life threatening  injuries. Officers checked the area and were not able to located the suspect.

While officers were at the hospital they received a call that the suspect returned to Comanche. Officers went back to the location and arrested Jessica Reyna (12-23-1982) for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. She was transported to the City Detention Center without incident.

Date:  Tuesday, June 27, 2017 9:11 PM
Location: 1400 Devon Drive
Offense: Deadly Conduct, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon
Case Number: 1706270134

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of Devon in reference to a disturbance with a gun. The call advised that a white male in a blue shirt was shooting at the victims house and he left in a teal green Chevy S 10 pickup. Officers arrived and made contact with the 40 year old female and 58 year old male victims. The were both visibly shaken. The female victim advised she was standing in her yard when a male got out of a maroon pickup wearing a blue shirt. She stated that the suspect appeared intoxicated. She advised that the suspect accused her of stealing and asked for her son. She stated that the suspect made threats towards her and left the area. The victim advised about ten minutes later she was on the porch with the male victim when they observed a greenish vehicle slowly drive by and park around the corner. The victim advised the same suspect got out of the vehicle and he was carrying a shotgun. She yelled he’s got a gun and both victims ran inside fearing for their lives. They could hear the suspect shout “stay right there, y’all don’t move.” The victim advised she heard one shot and observed a muzzle flash. The victim called police and hid for fear of the suspect shooting at them. The victim told officers that she recognized the vehicles from the area of Maryland street.

Officers went to the area of 1400 Maryland St. and observed the suspect vehicle in the front yard. Officers contacted and detained two subjects. Officers investigated and determined the intoxicated 28 year old male was involved. The witness was brought to the scene and identified the suspect. Officers arrested Shane Reese Tilley (06-05-1989). The officers located the shotgun at the suspects residence and found 1 spent 12 gauge shotgun shell at the victims house. The suspect was transported to the City Detention Center. Neither of the victims were injured.

Date:  Wednesday, June 28, 2017 1:51 AM
Location: 1500 Ocean Drive
Offense: Driving While License Suspended, Duty to notify on Striking a fixture
Case Number: 1706280009

Corpus Christi Police Offices were dispatched to the area of 1500 Ocean Drive in reference to a single vehicle traffic accident/crash. The call was updated and advised that a female wearing glasses, a blue tank top, tan shorts and a purse fled the scene on foot. Officers arrived and observed a silver Kia Amanti partially in the roadway. It appeared that the vehicle left the roadway striking an AEP light pole and some bushes. Other officers checked the area and located a female matching the description in the area of Alameda St. and Texas Ave. Officers noticed a red mark on her right forearm and during the investigation determined that she was the driver of the vehicle. The suspect was found to have a suspended license. She also left the scene of the accident and made no effort to notify AEP that she struck the light pole. Officers arrested Anne Marie Ramirez (01-11-1985) and transported her to the City Detention Center.