Beat seven includes everything within the city limits that is east of the Brazos River.
Officer Ronnie Molnoskey
This month I met with three new Beat contacts. On April 8th, I met with Kathy Gonzales. Ms. Gonzales had questions concerning a former roommate that she wanted answered. I answered her questions and she was grateful. On April 22nd, I met with Jerry Davis. Mr. Davis complained of speeders on Riveredge. I told Mr. Davis that I will try to increase patrol in the neighborhood, as well as advise other officers of the problem. On April 23rd, I met with Ana Mendez. Ms. Mendez was also concerned about the speeders on Riveredge, especially when she is walking her children to Clay Park.
All street light s were found to be working properly in Beat 7.
I met with the sex-offender who lives in Beat 7 and made sure that his information was correct and current.
I located a junk vehicle parked in the area of 312 Grayless St. The vehicle is a 1990 Nissan TXLP#74GRJ3. The Nissan is visible from the alley way that backs up to Grayless. As of now, I have not located the owner.
I located the owner of a junk vehicle that I came across last month in the area of 206 Riveredge. I made contact with Ines Sanchez and advised him of the City ordinance in reference to junk vehicles. Mr. Sanchez said that he would have the vehicle off of the location within the next two weeks (mid-May). I will check in with Mr. Sanchez, to insure that the vehicle is removed.
I met with Jimmy Bryan earlier in the month. At about mid-month, I was told that Mr. Bryan had major surgery and will be hospitalized for approximately two weeks. After that, he will be staying home for a couple of weeks to heal and then will be moving to Indiana to live with his daughter.