CCPD officers were dispatched to 6033 Leopard St. in reference to a disturbance with a weapon. The call was updated that a female was armed with a knife and chasing a male. Officers arrived and located the 56 year old victim outside the room. Officers contacted both subjects and separated them in an effort to find out what happened. The suspect, Virginia, was upset because she found a picture of a nude woman and that she and the victim were only arguing. A third officer arrived and contacted some witnesses. The witnesses advised that the heard the two arguing from about sixty feet away. They then saw the victim being pushed out of the room and the door slammed shut. The witnesses advised the suspect, Virginia, exited the room with a large knife and followed the victim as he got into the drivers side of a vehicle. Virginia opened the passenger side door and was making a forward motion with her arm and it appeared that she was trying to cut the victim. Virginia exited the vehicle and cut the front passenger tire with the knife.

Due to Virginia’s action in trying to assault the victim, displaying the knife in a threatening manner and to prevent further violence from occurring, Virginia was arrested and transported to the City Detention Center.

Man attacked and robbed

Corpus Christi Police Officers were dispatched to 3533 S. Alameda, Driscoll Children’s Hospital, in reference to an assault. Contact was made with the 20 year old victim who had redness, swelling and bleeding all about his face.

The victim advised that he went to a convenient store on Norton. He advised he had a little bit of money which might have gotten the interest of two people at the store. The victim began to walk home when he was blind sided by the suspects and beaten about the face. The two suspects took the victims wallet and phone and were attempting to take his shoes. The suspects were unable to get his shoes possibly due to a citizen trying to help him.

The victim went home and told family members what had happened to him and he was immediately taken to the hospital. The victim was not able to get a description of the suspects due to him being attacked from behind.

Anyone who knows any additional information about this crime should contact the Corpus Christi Police Department at 886-2840. Information about unsolved crimes may be provided to investigators anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS (8477) or online at Information provided to Crime Stoppers which results in an arrest may earn the caller a cash reward.