Crime Statistics for 1A40's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of the SPPR raiilroad tracks and Buffalo Bayou and goes east along
the middle of the Bayou to South Shepherd. It turns south on South
Shepherd to San Felipe. South Shepherd is in the beat 1A30. At
San Felipe, the boundary turns west along the north lot lines.
San Felipe is also in 1A30's beat. The boundary turns south along
the east lot lines of Argonne to the north lot lines of the property
facing south along the 2300 and 2200 blocks of Indiana (leaving
the buildings in 1A40's beat). It turns east on Indiana to the
east lot lines of the buildings facing west on Kingston leaving
the buildings in 1A40's beat. It goes south on the east side of
Kingston to Dunraven, putting the Kingston addresses in the 1A40's
beat. The boundary turns west on the south side of Dunraven to
the east side of Westgate and follows Westgate south to Westheimer
to the SPPR railroad tracks. Addresses on both sides of Westheimer
are in 1A40's beat. It goes up the middle of the railroad tracks
to Buffalo Bayou, which is where it begins.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Tall Timbers, Royden Oaks, River
Oaks, Avalon Place, Oak Estates, River Oaks Country Club
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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