The boundaries of beat 2 are south of T.L. Pink Blvd. (Clay Street) to the Union Pacific railroad tracks and west of Collins Road to the city limits.
Officer Vladimir Golovine
During the month of February, I spent about three hours doing community related activities, and I was able to talk to about ten residents, who I knew from the past. During the month of February, I met three new residents of Beat 2. I spoke with Guadalupe Carranza, who is a long time resident of Richmond and resides on Collins Rd. Ms. Carranza is happy with her life in Richmond and invited me to come back to visit her anytime. I also spoke with Manuel Lizarraga, who had been residing in the trailer park addressed as 1800 Preston for about five years. Mr. Lizarraga, who speaks Spanish only, shared with me that he has no problems with his neighbors. I then spoke with Leticia McClevis, who came to visit her mother on Carver St. She shared with me that she grew up on the north side of Richmond and told me a few stories about the neighborhood from the 1970’s.
During the month of February, I discovered five vehicles that are in violation of the City of Richmond Junk Vehicle Ordinance. I issued written notices of violation of the City of Richmond Junk Vehicle Ordinance to 206,217,301,312 Mellon and 319 Collins. Under the same ordinance a gray Nissan was removed from 1800 Paloma, a gray GMC pickup from 1705 Carver, a white Oldsmobile from 1605 Carver, and a black Pontiac from 1800 Preston #48.
During the month of February I met with the two registered sex offenders that this Beat has, they completed the registration form as required.
On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, I spoke to the 21st Richmond Citizen’s Police Academy about Community Oriented Policing.
During the month of February I visited Juan Seguin School where I got to spend time with some children.