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 March, I spent about three hours doing community related activities and I was able to talk to about eighteen residents, who I knew from the past. During the month of March, I also met three new residents of Beat 2. I spoke with Ruben Arrismendez, who is a long time resident of Richmond. Mr. Arrismendez shared with me that he enjoys his life in Richmond and has no complains. I also met Olga Maldonado and Cornelio Mata, who reside in the mobile home park addressed as 1800 Preston. Ms. Maldonado and Mr. Mata, who spoke Spanish only, commented to me that they have no complaints about Richmond Police Department.
During the month of March, I discovered three 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 1800 Preston #12 and #50, and 2111 George. Under the same ordinance, a gray Volkswagen was removed from 312 Mellon, a red Mazda from 217 Mellon, a red Chevrolet pickup from 206 Mellon, and red GMC pickup from 1803 Rocky Fall.
During the month of March I met with the two registered sex offenders that this Beat has, they completed the registration form as required.
During the month of March I visited Jane Long Elementary School where I got to spend time with some children and their teachers.
I contacted Sacred Heart Catholic Church and again requested their help with the Santa Behind the Badge Christmas event. This church had been allowing the Richmond Police Department to use their facilities, for free, to host this Christmas event for at least the past 12 years. The Church administrator promised to allow us to use their facilities on December 22, 2014.
On Thursday, March 6, 2014, Sgt. Horton and I attended the Pink Elementary Field Day Festival, where we got to visit with the kids.