The Corpus Christi Police Department has arrested two people responsible for crimes which affected 103 victims in Corpus Christi that began in middle January and ended March 4th.
The Texas Department of Public Safety arrested the two suspects for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle on March 4, 2013. The Texas Department of Public Safety discovered other stolen property in their investigation and then requested the Corpus Christi Police Auto Theft Task Force to provide assistance.
The two suspects began their crime spree in middle January and are identified as responsible for 3 stolen vehicles, 43 burglaries to motor vehicles, 4 residential burglaries, and 1 theft which in all affected 103 victims. The two people also collected identifying information to open lines of credit which is under investigation by the Corpus Christi Police Financial Crimes Detectives.
Detectives are seeking victims of this series of crimes. Detectives have property which needs to be claimed by victims such as a box of 1980's track medals from Sinton High School awarded to DJ Galvan. Detectives would like to return the property to the rightful owner and to facilitate successful prosecution for the suspects in this series of crimes.
Anyone who believes they may be a victim of this series of crimes or has any additional information about these events should call the Corpus Christi Police Auto Theft Task Force and speak to Detective Mendez at 886-2881.
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