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Officer Ruben Robles

December 2017

During the month of December, I met three residents in my Beat. I met Ms. Maria Gutierrez who stated she has been living at her current residence for about seventeen years. Ms. Gutierrez stated she has not had any issues in her neighborhood. I gave Ms. Gutierrez my business card and advised her if she had any problems to feel free to give me a call. I also met with Charles Gentry this month. Mr. Gentry stated that he has been living at his current residence for about three years. Mr. Gentry stated he did not have any issues at this time. I left a business card with Mr. Gentry and advised him to call me if he has any problems. I then met with Erendira Martinez. Ms. Martinez stated she has been living at her current residence for about sixteen years. Ms. Martinez stated she did not have any issues at this time. I left a business card with Ms. Martinez and I advised her if she has any problems to call me.

I located one junk vehicle this month, a black 1997 Ford F150 pickup truck in the 1500 block of Jenny Ln. that is registered to Roberto Castaneda. The vehicle has an expired registration since March of 2015 and has not been moved for more than 30 days. I left a junk vehicle notice under the front windshield wiper of the vehicle.     

I made contact with Rick Rangel, a registered sex offender in the Beat. Mr. Rangel advised that he is unemployed. Mr. Rangel is in compliance with his vehicle, address, and phone number as required by law.