Beat 7

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Officer Ronnie Molnoskey

May 2018

Molnoskey

During the month of May, I made three beat contacts.  On 051018, I met Tracey Perwin.  Ms. Perwin had resided in the neighborhood for several years, but had moved.  She is now back again.  Ms. Perwin said that she has always liked the neighborhood and is glad to be back.  On 052918, I met Nicole Aleman.  Ms. Aleman works at a local store in Richmond that many Officers frequent, but I was unaware that she reside in the neighborhood.  Ms. Aleman said that her greatest concern is speeders.  On 053018, I met Erma Martinez.  Ms. Martinez has resided in the neighborhood for about ten years and she too had concerns over speeders.    

I located a junk vehicle described as a 1994 Chevrolet pick-up, blue in color.  I made contact with the owner, Martin Martinez.  Mr. Martinez said that he is working on the vehicle and should have it running very soon.  I told him I would give him a little time, but he needed to get it running as soon as possible.        

All street lights in Beat 7 were found to be functioning properly.

I met with Robert Flores, a registered sex-offender in Beat 7 and made sure his information was correct and current.