Cameron Park Crime Watch: April

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

April 2: A 33-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on Fairway Drive.

April 2: A grand theft was reported on  Los Santos Drive.

No paper trail
April 3: A 29-year-old man received a citation after deputies reportedly caught him driving without a license and insurance on Cameron Park Drive.

Left behind
April 4: An unidentified woman stole $500 from a bank account after the victim unintentionally left her ATM card in a machine on Cameron Park Drive.

Rx gone
April 5: A thief stole prescription medication from a La Crescenta Drive home.

Vehicle targeted
April 6: A vehicle was vandalized on Raben Way.

Prowling about
April 6: An Oakwood Road resident scared off an unknown person she found in her back yard.

Phony Rx
April 7: A 25-year-old man reportedly tried to get a controlled substance using a fake prescription at a Palmer Drive pharmacy.

On the run
April 7: A 22-year-old man reportedly crashed his motorcycle on Cornada Court after leading deputies on a chase. The suspect was cited and released.

Beer run
April 9: Three men grabbed two cases of beer from a Merrychase Drive store and took off without paying.

Wheels lost
April 11: A Loon Court resident reported that someone took two skateboards and a scooter from an open garage.

April 12: A Cameron Park Drive business owner reported a possible burglary.

What a fake
April 13: An unidentified suspect used a phony $20 bill to make a purchase at a Coach Lane business.

Irate customer
April 14: A teenage boy allegedly angry about the price of a sandwich reportedly forced open the business’ door beyond its capability, causing damage tot he door.

April 14: Deputies investigated an indecent exposure report on Cimmarron Road.

Shopping spree
April 15: Thieves broke into a vehicle parked on Hacienda Road and stole a purse. The victim’s credit card was later used at various businesses in Folsom.

April 16: A 50-year-old woman was cited after she was reportedly caught letting the air out of vehicle’s tires on Coach Lane.

Family trouble
April 16: A 76-year-old woman on Hillcrest Drive reported that she believed her grandson stole $200.

April 18: Two men reportedly got into a fight on Starbuck Road. No arrests were made.

Hit and run
April 19: An unknown driver slammed into a Durock Road gate and then fled.

What a brawl
April 19: Two women, ages 16 and 18, and two men, ages 16 and 27, reportedly got into a fight on Cimmarron Road. No arrests were made.

Can you hear me now?
April 19: A cell phone was reported stole from the girls locker room at Pleasant Grove Middle School.

Pretty petty
April 21: A petty theft was reported on Cimmarron Road.

Tempers flare
April 22: A 37-year-old man signed a citizens arrest form after he was allegedly assaulted by a 39-year-old man on Cimmarron Road.

Uninvited guests
April 22: A La Crescenta Drive resident reported that two unknown men forced entry into her back yard. Nothing appeared to be taken.

Illegal cargo
April 23: A 19-year-old man was arrested on Green Valley Road after a deputy pulled him over and reportedly found a controlled substance in the vehicle.

Vandals strike
April 23: Vandalism was reported on Raben Way.

April 23: A 35-year-old woman was arrested in suspicion of possession of a controlled substance on Coach Lane.

Vandals on the loose
April 25: Vandalism was reported on Alexandrite Drive.

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