During the month of October, I made three new Beat contacts. On October 10, I met Nagali Moreno. Ms. Moreno said that she has lived in the neighborhood for over twelve years and has no problems. On October 25, I met Jasmine Taylor. Ms. Taylor said that she has only been in the neighborhood for only three months and so far, she likes it and thinks it is very quiet. I gave Ms. Taylor my business card and advised her to give me a call if need she needs any assistance from the Police. Also on October 25, I met Elias Garcia. Mr. Garcia advised that he has been in the neighborhood for about three years, and has recently moved to 102 Riveredge #4.
I located a 1998 Ford passenger car, blue in color, and bearing Texas license plate CHC6349. The registration has been out since September. The grace period given by the State in registering vehicles ends on November 15, 2017. After that date, I will advise the resident to get the vehicle in compliance.
I did not have a National Night Out party this year, as most of the residents in Beat 7 were not interested, due to the hurricane. I did attend four other Officer’s NNO parties and all were successful.
All street lights in Beat 7 were found to be functioning properly.
There is not a sex-offender residing in the neighborhood at this time.