Cameron Park Crime Watch: June 2013

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports: 

Too much too young
June 1: Deputies on Sage Drive arrested a 19-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication.

Wallet gone
June 1: A wallet was reported stolen on Ponte Morino Drive.

Door rage
June 2: An 8-year-old boy allegedly damaged a Mira Loma Drive home’s sliding glass door.

June 2: Deputies on Cameron Park Drive arrested a 32-year-old man on drug-related charges.

Searched and seized
June 6: Deputies and county probation officers searched a Palmer Drive resident. A 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of a parole violate. Another subject at the home was validated as a gang member. Stolen property was also reportedly found at the scene.

June 6: A Bilbao Court resident reported money stolen in a phone scam.

Coin grab
June 10: Someone broke into a Green Valley Road fruit stand and stole about $90 in coins.

Potty blast
June 11: Vandals destroyed a portable toilet on Merrychase Drive using a homemade explosive device.

Vandals attack
June 11: Vandalism was reported on Virada Road.

More vandalism
June 12: Vandalism was reported on Hacienda Road.

Shifty movers
June 12: A Country Club Drive resident reported items missing after she hired movers to help.

Ring missing
June 13: A Cameron Park Drive man reported a ring stolen from his bedroom; he suspects a former roommate took it.

Keys swiped
June 14: Someone broke into a vehicle parked on La Crescenta Drive and stole a set of keys.

Bike found
June 16: A bicycle was found on Garden Circle.

Spin cycle
June 17: Someone damages a Garden Circle apartment’s communal washing machine.

June 17: A woman reported being attacked by her female neighbor on Cimmarron Road.

Want it back
June 17: A thief stole a backpack filled with miscellaneous items out of a locked vehicle parked on Coach Lane.

On the road
June 18: Deputies pulled over and arrested a 43-year-old man allegedly driving without a license on Cameron Park Drive. The suspect also reportedly had a controlled substance.

June 18: A 41-year-old man was arrested on La Crescenta Drive for allegedly assaulting his neighbor.

Busy shopper
June 20: A thief used stolen credit card at Coach Lane businesses.

Open door
June 21: Someone stole credit cards left in an unlocked vehicle parked on Royal Drive.

Cars targeted
June 21: Vehicle burglaries were reported on Rodeo Road.

Turned in
June 21: A wallet was found on Cameron Park Drive and turned over to deputies.

Broken window
June 21: An Amethyst Drive resident reported that someone busted a window at her home but nothing appeared to be taken.

No camping
June 21: A 29-year-old man was arrested for allegedly camping in his vehicle at the Cameron Park Library. The suspect also reportedly resisted arrest.

Tools taken
June 22:  Someone stole tools left in a truck parked on La Crescenta Drive.

Tipsy teen
June 23: Deputies arrested a 17-year-old boy on suspicion of public intoxication on Coach Lane.

Bar fight
June 23: A 31-year-old man reported he was attacked by an unknown man outside a Coach Lane bar.

Say no to drugs
June 23: A 38-year-old woman on Merrychase Drive was cited for allegedly possessing controlled substance paraphernalia.

More vandalism
June 25: Vandals damaged property on Sage Drive.

Easy access
June 25: Someone stole a wallet from an unlocked vehicle parked on Castana Drive. The victim’s credit cards were later used at Thunder Valley Casino.

Spare change
June 25: Another vehicle burglary was reported on Castana Drive. The thieves stole loose change left in the unlocked truck.

Left behind
June 25: Burglars broke into a Cambridge Road home and stole jewelry. They also tried to steal a flat screen TV but left it by the home’s side gate.

Another vehicle break in
June 26: A vehicle burglary was reported on Cameo Lane.

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