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Code enforcement gets involved in Churchill Dr. shooting investigation.

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Ray Rosas is accused of shooting three Corpus Christi PD SWAT members serving a narcotics warrant. Ray Rosas is accused of shooting three Corpus Christi PD SWAT members serving a narcotics warrant.
Santiago Garcia is facing drug charges following a raid at a home on Churchill Drive. Santiago Garcia is facing drug charges following a raid at a home on Churchill Drive.
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Police released photos and a list of what they found in the search of a home on Churchill Drive on Thursday. It's the same home where three Corpus Christi Police Department SWAT officers were shot while trying to serve an arrest and search warrant.

Narcotics officers small amounts of powdered and crack cocaine, alprazolam, tramado, and marijuana. $600 in cash was also taken as evidence.

30-year-old Santiago Garcia was the original target of the warrant. He's accused of manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of dangerous drugs.

Another man from the home, 46-year-old Ray Rosas, is charged with three counts of attempted capital murder of a peace officer. None of the officers shot when approaching the home were seriously injured.

Code Enforcement also responded to the scene. They found that the people living at 3001 Churchill were stealing water, gas, and electricity. All the equipment was removed from the home.

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