Two Men Kicked Out of Club, Vandalize Vehicles

Occurred Thursday, July 19, 2012, 1:28am, 3601 Morgan Avenue, Criminal Mischief and Deadly Conduct

Corpus Christi Police are seeking two men that broke several car windows and shot several cars with a firearm after they were kicked out of a local nightclub.

Several men attempted to sell jewelry in the parking lot of the business when a fight happened. The employees of the business told the men to leave and not return. Two of the men returned, one with a crow bar, and the other with a pistol.

The man with the crowbar broke the windows to three cars in the parking lot. The man with the pistol shot the same cars with the broken windows.

A woman exited the business and the man with the pistol pointed the firearm in her direction. The woman went back into the building and was not harmed.

The man with the pistol was described as a Hispanic male, 5 ft. 10 in., about 180 pounds, in his 20's in age that wore a blue and white striped polo shirt, shorts and white tennis shoes. The man with the pistol also has a red lip tattoo on his neck.

The man with the crowbar was described as a Hispanic male also in his twenties in age, 5 ft. 8 in., 180 pounds, and wore a black shirt, white shorts, and white shoes.

The two men got into a gold car to leave the area. No injuries were reported and the property damage is estimated to be $3,000.

Corpus Christi Police collected evidence from the scene. Anyone with additional information about this crime should call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or submit an online tip at If the information leads to an arrest it could earn the tipster a cash reward.


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