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CCPD: Woman accused of vandalizing church

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CORPUS CHRISTI -

Cops say a woman is in jail after she urinated next to a church and then threw rocks at the building. 

It happened Tuesday afternoon around 2:45 p.m. at a church located in the 200 block of S. Tancahua St. in Corpus Christi.  

A witness called cops after observing the 33-year-old female suspect urinate in a lot next to the church. 

The witness told officers that after the suspect was done urinating, she then walked toward another person standing next to the church. 

Shortly after, the witness claims the suspect then began throwing rocks at the person, but hit the church and caused damage. 

The witness told officers there was no damage to the church prior to the suspect throwing rocks. 

Officers arrested Virginia Ramon and charged her with criminal mischief damage to a place of worship. 

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