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Officer Vernon Horelica

February 2018

Horelica

In the month of February, I was able to make three new beat contacts in Beat 09.  I met with Mr. Louis Moody, who lives on Hawthorne Drive.   Mr. Moody stated that there were no significant problems, but vehicles occasionally speeding down Lamar Drive were a hazard.  I also met with Mrs. Tiffany Little, whose mother lives on Holly Circle.  Mrs. Little had no problems or complaints within the beat, as she is not a permanent resident, but stated that her mother is currently in the hospital and will be there for several months.  Mrs. Little wanted us to be aware that she would be in and out of the residence during that time and no other persons should be at the property.  I also met with Mr. Jim Moreno, who lives on Holly Circle.  Mr. Moreno stated that he had no problems or complaints about the beat, but we discussed some previous incidents involving some loose pit bull dogs.  I located a white 2001GMC Sierra pickup truck bearing Texas paper license plate number 909557C, parked in the parking lot of Mustang Crossing Apartments, 2000 Lamar Drive, near building #7, which was in violation of the junk vehicle ordinance.  The vehicle registration had expired and was registered to a subject at apartment #1001.  The vehicle was parked on flat tires and clearly needed repair.  I was unable make contact with anyone at that apartment, so I issued a junk vehicle warning for the vehicle and placed it on the vehicle windshield.  The vehicle also had a warning notice from the apartment complex.  I made contact with the single registered sex offender in Beat 09 and verified that all information was still accurate and correct.