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Officer Ruben Robles

October 2017

During the month of October, I met three new residents in Beat 1. I met was Francisco Patino this month. Mr. Patino stated he has been living at his current residence for about fifteen years. Mr. Patino stated he has not had any issues in his neighborhood. I gave Mr. Patino my business card and advised him if he had any problems feel free to give me a call. I also met with Gregorio Rodriguez this month. Mr. Rodriguez stated that he has been living at his current residence for about seven months. Mr. Rodriguez stated he did not have any issues at this time. I left a business card with Mr. Rodriguez and advised him to call me if he has any problems. This month I also met Lupe Martinez. Mr. Martinez stated he has been living at his current residence for about three months. Mr. Martinez stated he did not have any issues at this time. I left a business card with Mr. Martinez and I advised him if he has any problems to call me. Also this month was National Night Out.  My National Night Out Beat party had a great turn out thanks to Joel Garcia and Julia Flores, who were kind enough to host the party this year.

 I located one junk vehicle this month, a white 1996 Ford Aerostar van in the 1600 block of Jenny Ln., which is registered to Charles E. Hughes. The vehicle has an expired registration since July 2017, and has not been moved for more than 30 days. I left a junk vehicle notice under the front windshield wiper. I was later contacted by the owner and he advised he would be moving the vehicle.    

 I do not have a registered sex offender in my Beat.