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Officer Elisa Martinez-Smith

July 2018

E Martinez

This month, I met with Mr. Brown. I ran into Mr. Brown in the parking lot of the Collins Plaza. Mr. Brown advised me that his granddaughter is starting college in the fall. Mr. Brown said he is very proud of her. Mr. Brown began to tell me new information on what is going on with his life. Mr. Brown still has no concerns about the area he lives in.

I made contact with Mrs. Cobbin via police cell phone. I was informed that Mrs. Cobbin had a concern about suspicious activity going on at “the slab”, which is located in the 300 block of Calhoun Street. I spoke with Mrs. Cobbin, and she advised me of the activity going on. Mrs. Cobbin stated to me that she was currently at church, but will call me after, so I can meet her at her residence. Mrs. Cobbin did not return my call, however I will follow up her at a later date.

I made contact with Mr. Evans. I was informed about complaints of prostitution occurring at his residence/around the area. I spoke with Mr. Evans and made him aware about the complaints. Mr. Evans said he does not know anything about the prostitution occurring. Mr. Evans was advised that we will be patrolling the area more often to attempt to prevent crimes from occurring. 

I located a junk vehicle, a silver 2002 Chrysler four door passenger car, bearing TXLP/HBC4263, located at 1100 Powell Street. The vehicle has remained inoperable for more than 72 consecutive hours, and has an expired registration since March of 2018. The vehicle is in violation of the city ordinance and a notice was left.

I made with Alan Moreno, a registered sex offender in my Beat. Mr. Moreno is in compliance with his vehicles, address, and phone number as required by law.