Crime Statistics for 10H60's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of Highway 288 and Cleburne. It goes east along the south lot
lines Cleburne to Scott. It turns south along the west lot lines
of Scott and goes two blocks to Wheeler. At Wheeler, the boundary
turns east along the south lot lines to the intersection of Wheeler,
Calhoun, and Martin Luther King Boulevard to Brays Bayou. Martin
Luther King is the responsibility of 10H50. The boundary goes
east along the Bayou to the HB&T railroad. It turns southeast
along the railroad to Old Spanish Trail. At Old Spanish Trail,
the boundary turns west along the Old Spanish Trail to Highway
288. Old Spanish Trail is the responsibility of 14D10's beat.
The boundary follows Highway 288 north until it crosses the HB&T
railroad. It follows the railroad until it intersects with Brays
Bayou. It turns west along the Bayou back to Highway 288. It turns
north on Highway 288 to Cleburne, which is where it begins. Highway
288 is the responsibility of 10H70's beat.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
University Oaks, Riverside Terrace,
Texas Southern University area
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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