Corpus Christi, TX

Man killed after violent dispute with 54-year-old woman in Corpus Christi

Edy Zoo

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX. - Corpus Christi police have launched a homicide investigation after a fatal incident involving a vehicle and an individual. On Tuesday, 6:24 p.m., officers were dispatched to Giants Drive, where they discovered a man lying in the street with serious injuries.

The initial investigation indicated that this event was intentional and not accidental, prompting the Robbery Homicide Unit to get involved. Lt. Michael Peña of CCPD stated,

it's not a random act of violence; this is a violent situation, so the offender and the victim are known to each other." 

It was later discovered that Norfilia Aguirre, 54, and the 53-year-old male had some form of relationship before this incident triggered by a disturbance between them. As a result, Aguirre intentionally hit the man with her car while he was in the street.

Unfortunately for the man, his injuries were too severe. As a result, he had to be rushed to a hospital. Sadly, he succumbed to his wounds soon after. 

The detectives are continuing their investigation in search of possible evidence and witnesses that could help bring closure to this case and justice for the victim's family.

This disturbing incident has sent shockwaves through Corpus Christi and surrounding areas. Yet another example of how volatile interpersonal relationships can become when left unchecked or mishandled by those involved. 

This instance reminds us how essential it is to handle disagreements using logic and restraint. Violence or any other reaction could have a negative or even deadly outcome for those involved or impacted by the situation.

We do not know yet what caused the fight. But the police are asking for help from people who saw something or know something about this event. They want to help the people who are sad and upset as soon as possible. No one has been arrested yet, but we will tell you more when we know more.

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