September 2, 2015
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - Corpus Christi police didn't have
to go far to examine the scene of one crime - the theft of guns
from a police car.
Authorities said a semiautomatic rifle, handgun, Taser and
ammunition were stolen Feb. 8 from the trunk of a car parked at the
home of a SWAT team officer.
Then they discovered that fingerprints from the car matched a
man who was already in custody.
Police said 27-year-old Jaime Jalomo had appeared in court the
day after the car theft and pleaded guilty to possession of a
Jalomo was indicted Thursday on two counts of theft of a
A Nueces County jailer who wouldn't give her name said Jalomo
was still in custody there Saturday. Jail records did not identify
an attorney to speak for him.
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