Beat seven includes everything within the city limits that is east of the Brazos River.
Officer Ronnie Molnoskey
During the month of November, I met three new residents. On November 25th, I met Juan Esquivael, Jose Sandoval, and Alma Casas. Due to a language barrier, I was assisted by Susie Guerrero. Mr. Esquivael has resided in the neighborhood for about six months. Mr. Sandoval has resided in the neighborhood for about eighteen months. Ms. Casas has resided in the neighborhood for almost two years. All three subjects advised that they are happy in the neighborhood and had no problems.
I made contact with Christian Flores, a registered sex offender in Beat 7 and made sure that his information was current.
All street lights in Beat 7 were found to be functioning properly. I located a light out at Courtney and Elm Street. I reported this one approximately two months ago, but as of yet it has not been replaced. I located another light out at Eighth Street and Morton Street. I made a list of the locations and turned it in to Lt. Martin.
I located an abandoned mobile home on Riveredge, underneath the eastbound river bridge. I did not locate an address on the mobile home, but I contacted Richmond Fire Marshall Albert Cantu and advised him of the structure. He advised that he would look into it.
I also met with Mary Hall this month and spoke with her.