Crime Statistics for 7C20's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of the SPRR railroad tracks between East and West Hardy and the
HB&T railroad tracks that run east and west between Lynnfield
and Creston Drive. The boundary goes east to a fork in the tracks.
The tracks going southeast are the HB&T tracks and the tracks
going northwest are MMPR. The boundary goes southeast along the
HB&T railroad, and then turns straight south. It crosses under
610 Loop and goes to the SPRR railroad just north of Englewood
Yard. The boundary goes southwest along the SPRR railroad and
continues along the north side of Englewood Yard to where Noble
Street dead ends into the railroad tracks. It turns west along
the north lot lines of Noble to the Eastex Freeway. It turns north
on the east side of the Eastex Freeway to Quitman. Quitman and
Noble are the responsibility of 7C10's beat. It turns west along
the north lot lines of Quitman and goes to MPRR railroad tracks.
It follows the railroad tracks to the intersection of the HB&T
railroad tracks that run east and west between Lynnfield and Creston
Drive, which is where it begins.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Huntington Place, Willshire Place,
Kashmere Gardens, Liberty Gardens
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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