Crime Statistics for 15E30's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of the 610 Loop West and the Bellaire City Limits at Beechnut
and follows the city limits east along Beechnut to the SPRR railroad
tracks, north along the tracks to Bellaire Boulevard, and east
along Bellaire Boulevard to Southside Place City Limits, then
south, east, and north following Southside Place City Limits to
West University City Limits at Bellaire Boulevard (to exclude
the Shell Research - Grammercy), then east on Bellaire Boulevard
to Kirby. At Kirby, the beat boundary turns south and goes along
the east lot lines to Braes Bayou. It follows the bayou to Lorrie.
It turns south along the east lot lines of Lorrie and goes to
Bluegate Court. It goes east, south, and west around the north,
east, and south lot lines of Lorrie and Linkwood to Buffalo Speedway.
It also takes in the Cul De Sac southeast off Lorrie. The beat
boundary continues south along the east lot lines of Buffalo Speedway
to South Main. It goes southwest along the southeast lot lines
of South Main to South Post Oak. The boundary turns nroth along
the east lot lines of South Post Oak to the 610 Loop West. It
continues north along the east feeder road of the Loop to the
intersection of the 610 Loop West and Bellaire City Limits, which
is where it begins.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Meyer Park, Post Oak Manor, Westwood,
Willow Bend, Linkwood
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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