Crime Statistics for 15E20's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of Braewick and Willowbend and goes east along the north lot lines
of Willowbend to West Bellfort. The boundary continues northeast
along the northwest lot lines of West Bellfort to South Post Oak.
It turns south along the east lot lines of South Post Oak and
goes to West Airport Boulevard. The boundary turns west along
the south lot lines of West Airport and goes to Kylewick. It turns
north along the west lot lines of Kylewick and goes to the SPRR
railroad tracks that run parallel to Main on the north side. The
boundary follows the SPRR railroad tracks southwest to Hillcroft.
It turns north along the west lot lines of Hillcroft to Densmore.
It turns west along the south lot lines of Densmore and goes to
Haviland. It follows the west lot lines of Haviland north to Fontenelle.
It follows the north lot lines of Fontenelle east to Kirkside.
It follows the west lot lines of Kirkside north to Ettrick. It
follows the south lot linse of Ettrick west to Braewick. It goes
north along the west lot lines of Braewick to Lattimer. It follows
the south lot lines of Lattimer east to Ludington, and continues
east on the south lot lines of Ludington to Hillcroft. It follows
the west lot lines of Hillcroft north to Burlinghall, then north
to Dunlap and south to Beaudry. It follows the north lot lines
of Beaudry west to Braewick, then north to Warm Springs and east
to Kirkside. It follows the west lot lines of Kirkside north to
West Bellfort, south to Braewick and north to Willowbend, which
is where it begins.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Westbury, Park West, Willow Creek
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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