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Officer Vladimir Golovine

February 2018

Golovine

During the month of February, I spent about 3 hours doing community related activities in Beat 02. I was able to talk to about 16 residents from Beat 02, who I knew from the past. During the month of February, I met three new residents of Beat 02. I met with Arlene Herron, who is from Richmond but recently moved to Carver Street. Ms. Herron works for the Richmond State School and enjoys her life in Richmond. I then met Jeraldine Miller, who has been renting a house on Rocky Falls for the last 8 months. Ms. Miller is moving out from Rocky Falls due to the amount of vehicular traffic on her street and her concern for her young children. I also spoke with Ricardo Deleon, who is a Richmond Resident for the last 50 years. Mr. Deleon shared with me a few stories when most of the north side street of Richmond were dirt roads.

During the month of February, I discovered 10 vehicles that are in violation of the City of Richmond Junk Vehicle Ordinance.  I issued written notices of violation of the City of Richmond Junk Vehicle to 1800 Paloma, 1804 Rocky Falls, 604 Brazos, 1709 Paloma, 1725 Rocky Falls, 1703 Rocky Falls, 1804 Carver, 1616 Paloma, 1809 Carver, and 1801 Carver. Under the same ordinance a blue Chevrolet from 1613 Maiden Lane, a maroon Suburban from 2006 Gammon, a white Honda from 1717 Maiden Lane, a white Buick from 1500 Paloma, a gray Lincoln from 1600 Carver, a tan Nissan from 1512 Carver, and a black Mazda from 1904 George.

During the month of February I met with the three registered sex offenders that this beat has.  They completed the registration form as required.