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Officer Vernon Horelica

October 2017

Horelica

In the month of October, I was able to make three new Beat contacts in Beat 9.  I met with Ms. Mallory Moreno who lives on West Laurel Oaks Drive.   Ms. Moreno had no problems or complaints within the Beat, as she has only recently moved into the area.  Ms. Moreno’s residence had been vacant and unkempt for some time, so it is good to have residents there again to take care of the place.  I also met with Ms. Wanda Ford, who lives on Mulberry Drive.  Ms. Ford had no problems or complaints within the Beat, and we discussed some renovations she is having done to her property.  I also met with Ms. Emily Jones who lives on Cedar Drive.  Ms. Jones had no complaints or problems within the Beat. 

I did not have a National Night Out party in Beat 9 this year, as the scheduled hosts had to cancel a few days prior for emergency reasons.  I located a blue 1995 Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck, bearing Texas license plate #JKL-0982, which was parked in the driveway of 1707 Mulberry Drive, which was in violation of the junk vehicle ordinance.  The vehicle was registered to an address in Midland, Texas, and had expired in January of 2017.  I was unable to make contact with anyone at that location, so I placed a junk vehicle warning on the front door of the residence.  I made a school visit to Deaf Smith Elementary and all was going well there.

I made contact with the single registered sex offender in Beat 9 and verified that all information was current and residency requirements were met.