Beat 7

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Officer Ronnie Molnoskey

December 2017

Molnoskey

During the month of December, I made three new Beat contacts.  On December 7, I met with Joel Hernandez. Mr. Hernandez said that he has resided in the neighborhood for over thirty years and has had no problems.  Mr. Hernandez further advised that he has spent most of those years as a cook at Larry’s Mexican Restaurant.  On December 26, I met Juan Martinez.  Mr. Martinez said that he has resided in the neighborhood for several years.  Mr. Martinez said that he was glad to see that the intersection at Edgewood Dr. and Damon St. has finally been made a three-way stop.  On December 27, I met Bobby Morales.  Mr. Morales said that he has resided in the neighborhood for a few years now, but had to move because of the recent Hurricane and flood.  Mr. Morales said that he has been in his present location for about three weeks and so far, has no concerns.

I located 1984 Chevrolet 4-door passenger car, blue in color, and bearing Texas license plate VDD084; parked at 102 Damon Street.  The vehicle’s registration has been expired since May 2010.  I have not made contact with the owner, but will do so within the next few days.      

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.