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 May, I spent about four hours doing community related activities, and I was able to talk to about twenty residents, who I knew from the past. During the month of May, I met three new residents of Beat 2. I spoke with Christina Lemos, Hector Vasquez, and Reyna Garcia, who are long time residents of the mobile home park located at 1800 Preston. We spoke about child safety since all these individuals have school age children.
During the month of May, I discovered six 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 1513 Maiden Lane, 1800 Preston #7, 314 Mellon, 1600 Branch, 1605 Branch, and 1609 Branch. Under the same ordinance, a white Chevrolet was removed from 1001 Pultar, a gray Chrysler from 1809 Carver, a black Chevrolet van from 1513 Carver, and a maroon Chevrolet from 319 Collins.
During the month of May I met with the two registered sex offenders that this Beat has. They completed the registration form as required.
During the month of May, I also visited Deaf Smith Elementary School where I got to spend time with some children and their teachers.