Crime Statistics for 14D50's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of Anna Held and Sims Bayou and follows the bayou east to the
ASTF railroad. It turns south to the city limits at Clear Creek.
The beat boundary follows the city limits west along Clear Creek
to Cullen. Cullen is the responsibility of 14D50. It follows Cullen
north to Almeda-Genoa Road. The boundary turns east on Almeda-Genoa
to Pembroke, it turns north on Pembroke to Swingle. It turns east
again on Swingle. Swingle turns into Almeda-Genoa. The boundary
continues east on Almeda-Genoa to Webbercrest. It goes north on
Webbercrest to Selinsky, and west on Selinksky to 8th Street.
Almeda-Genoa Road, Webbercrest, and Selinsky are the jurisdiction
of 14D50's beat. The boundary goes north on 8th street to South
Acres Drive, west on South Acres Drive to Anna Held, and north
on Anna Held to Sims Bayou, where it beings. South Acres Drive
and 8th Street are both the responsibility of 14D40. Anna Held
is the responsibility of 14D50.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Golden Glade Estates, Langston,
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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