Beat seven includes everything within the city limits that is east of the Brazos River.
Officer Ronnie Molnoskey
During the month of February, I met three more residents in Beat 7. On February 27th, I met Jesus Garcia. Mr. Garcia said that he has lived in the neighborhood for over twenty six years and had no major complains. On this same date, I met Oscar Lozano. Mr. Lozano said that he has resided in the neighborhood for several years and the only problem that he did have finally moved out of the neighborhood about two months ago. Also on this date, I met Norma Cavazos. Ms. Cavazos moved from her residence on Winston Street and has been in the neighborhood for about three months. Ms. Cavazos said that she wanted to get with me on a later date to discuss some activity going on in the area. I agreed to meet with her around the first week in March.
I located a junk vehicle at 106 Riveredge B-3. The vehicle is an older model gray, Chevrolet S-10 with North Dakota license plate JAL-225. It was late at the time, so I was unable to contact the owner, however I will be following up with this vehicle to see that it is either removed or brought into compliance.
I made contact with Christian Flores, a registered sex offender in the Beat 7 and made sure that his information was current.
I completed a map of all street lights in Beat 7. All were working properly except for the one located at the intersection of Riveredge and Highway 90A. The map was turned into Sgt. Roach.
I met with Mary Hall this month and spoke with her a couple of times.
I continued handing out stickers and books and speaking with kids in Beat 7 and all around the City. I am about out of stickers, so now would be a good time for Sgt. Neinast to order some more, as well as other giveaway items.