In the month of December, I was able to make three new Beat contacts in Beat 9. I met with Ms. Naomi Coronado who lives on Lamar Drive. Ms. Coronado had no problems or complaints within the Beat, as she has only moved into that location two weeks ago. Ms. Coronado stated that everyone has been very friendly though and she is enjoying the neighborhood so far. I also met with Mr. Lynn Stewart, who lives on Magnolia Lane. Mr. Stewart is originally is originally from that area, but moved away for a while. Mr. Stewart returned approximately two years ago to be near his aging parents, who also live on Magnolia Lane. Mr. Stewart had no problems or complaints within the Beat. I also met with Mr. Dennis Ketrta who lives on Mulberry Drive. Mr. Ketrta had no complaints or problems within the Beat, other than the traffic on his street when the underpass in the 1700 block of Jackson floods and is impassable.
I located a black 2011 Hyundai Sonata 4-door, bearing Texas license plate #BT5-T684, which was parked in the roadway in front of 1801 Willow Dr., which was in violation of the junk vehicle ordinance. The vehicle was registered to an address in Houston, Texas, and had expired in April of 2017. I was unable to make contact with anyone at that location, and the new ticket writers were not yet set up for this type of City Ordinance violation, so I hand wrote a junk vehicle warning on some paper and placed it on the front windshield of the vehicle. I made contact with the single registered sex offender in Beat 9 and verified that all information was current and residency requirements were met.