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 April, I spent about four and a half 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 April, I met three new residents of Beat 02. I spoke with Brenda Esqueda and Olga Maldonado. Ms. Esqueda and Ms. Maldonado reside across the street from each other in the mobile home park addressed as 1800 Preston. I also spoke with Guadalupe Mendoza, who is a long time resident of Maiden Lane, he shared with me that he grew up in Richmond and told me a few stories of Richmond life in the 1970’s. I found them to be very interesting stories.
During the month of April, I discovered three vehicles that are in violation of the City of Richmond Junk Vehicle Ordinance. I issued written notices of the City Ordinance violation to 305 Mellon, 1800 Preston #12 and #27. Under the same City of Richmond Ordinance a green Mercury was removed from 1800 Preston #22, a brown Chevrolet from 1800 Preston #2 and a green Chevrolet SUV from 1800 Preston #7.
During the month of April I met with the two registered sex offenders that this Beat has and had them complete the registration form as required.
The City wide dog round up took place on Wednesday, April 3rd with the assistance of the Fort Bend County Animal Control Department. Thirty dogs that were found running at large were seized and two citations were issued to the dog owners who allowed their dogs to run on public property.
On Thursday, April 18th, I attended the Second Annual Child Health Service Advisory Committee meeting at George Family Development Center in Richmond.