District 4 Commanders Meeting, 5/10/17

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Thank you Karen Cuthbertson from Athmar Park for taking such great notes and sharing them! Graffiti Detective George Gray reported that his partner, Detective Girard Alarcon is pursuing a new case against the tagger who tags as “live”. This tagger is “very addicted” and with 24 hours of getting out of jail recently for tagging was tagging again. “live” has […]

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District 4 Commanders Meeting, 4/12/17

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Thank you to Karen Cuthbertson from Athmar Park for sharing her notes. Commander’s Meeting Notes – April 12, 2017 Councilman Flynn introduced Laura Walker – Deputy Director of Safety. Deputy Chief of Staff, Penny May talked about the General Obligation (GO) bond that will be on the November ballot. May reported that input from 6 community meetings last fall provided […]

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District 4 Commanders Meeting, 8/10/16

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The following meeting notes were taken by an Athmar Park neighbor. Thank you! Graffiti Detective Gerard Alarcon reported a “significant” arrest. Some employees of a business at Federal & Kentucky that was robbed by a man wearing a safety vest saw a man wearing a safety vest a few days later. They looked out to see if it was the […]

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District 4 Commanders Meeting, 5/11/16

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From Karen Cuthbertson in Athmar Park: Commander’s Meeting Notes – May 11, 2016 Detective George Gray—whose focus is graffiti—reported that incidents of graffiti are down 58%. Gray works closely with DPAG to concentrate on areas where spikes occur. Gray noted that one such “spike” is south of Dartmouth, probably from youth trying to get into gang. An attendee asked who […]

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District 4 Commanders Meeting, 3/9/16

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Thank you to Brandy Moe for taking notes at the March 9 District 4 Commanders Meeting. Neighborhood Concerns: Concerns about speeding and dropping off near Godsman Elementary School, people are not honoring the crosswalk, parking issues. Officer Alba is dedicating his time when he can to patrol the area. Fliers and newsletters have been distributed. Cruising, especially at the Mercado at […]

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District 4 Commander’s Meeting, 11/11/15

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Lt. Martinez followed up on the following items that were brought up at the last Commander’s meeting: There was a fire at Mullen. Three elderly people were taken in for smoke inhalation. To reduce speeding on Perry from 1st to 4th, the police deployed “ramps”. The Neighborhood Enforcement Team will monitor motorcycle racing on Federal and Louisiana on Friday and Saturday nights. Lt. […]

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District 4 Commander’s Meeting, 9/9/15

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Next Commander’s Meeting is October 14, 2015 at 6 pm Generally there is an increase in all crime categories. Significant events include the following: August 13th kidnap and assault of woman August 15th homicide of 60 year old man while walking his dog, allegedly the suspect knew the victim September 4th police car stolen District hopes to locate a ‘Shot-Spotter’ north of […]

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Commanders’ Meeting 3/11/15

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A possibly volatile incident occurred in the police station lobby on February 23rd. A weapon-bearing person entered the precinct lobby but was soon disarmed. He appeared confused and was taken into custody. The commanders hoped that he would be able to secure mental health assistance. Cinco de Mayo police coverage on Federal Boulevard will be “beefed up” this year. There […]

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