Cameron Park Crime Watch: February 2013

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

Cash gone
Feb. 1: A Woman reported $1,700 missing from her purse on Cimmarron Road. Two suspects have been identified.

Car break in
Feb. 3: Burglars stole items from a vehicle parked on Turner Circle.

Feb. 3: A 70-year-old woman reported that someone took her credit card out of her purse during a shopping trip on Coach Lane.

Missing meds
Feb. 4: Prescription medication was reported stolen from a Cimmarron Road residence.

Locked up
Feb. 4: Thieves forced their way into a locked vehicle parked on Holly Hills Lane and stole several items.

Petty theft
Feb. 5: Someone stole items from a vehicle parked on Coach Lane.

Smash and grab
Feb. 6: Thieves on Merrychase Drive busted a vehicle’s window and stole a purse left inside the car.

Just grand
Feb. 6: A grand theft was reported on Cambridge Road.

Another purse gone
Feb. 7: Someone forced their way into a vehicle parked on Kimberly Road and stole a purse left inside.

Drug arrest
Feb. 8: Deputies arrested a 35-year-old man on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia during a patrol on Coach Lane.

Young corruption
Feb. 9: A 19-year-old man reportedly resisted arrest after deputies determined the suspect was contributing to the delinquency of minors on Hopi Court.

Five-finger discount
Feb. 9: A Coach Lane business’ loss prevention staff spotted a woman allegedly stealing items. When detained staff reportedly found about $39 worth of merchandise on the suspect.

Vandals strike
Feb. 10: Vandalism was reported on Holly Hills Lane.

Wheels found
Feb. 13: A bike was found on Fairway Drive.

Valentine vandals
Feb. 14: Vandalism was reported on Aquamarine Circle.

Not fast enough
Feb. 14: A 35-year-old man riding a bike reportedly tried to evade police. The suspect, who had a felony warrant, was arrested on Knollwood Circle.

Grabbed and gone
Feb. 15: A thief broke into a vehicle parked on Country Club Drive and stole purse left inside.

Two for one
Feb. 18: Deputies spotted a vehicle parked behind a Palmer Drive building and discovered the two subjects inside, a 22-year-old woman and a 32-year-old man, had outstanding warrants. Both were arrested.

Take your purse inside
Feb. 19: A purse was stolen from a vehicle parked on Coach Lane.

Double catch
Feb. 21: Deputies arrested a 32-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman on suspicion of possessing drug paraphernalia on Palmer Drive.

Sharp punishment
Feb. 21: A 15-year-old boy was arrested after allegedly bringing a knife to a Green Valley Road school campus.

More trouble at school
Feb. 21: A 13-year-old boy received a citation after school officials reportedly found him in possession of marijuana.

House burglary
Feb. 21: Thieves broke in to a Montebello Way residence and stole multiple items.

Another round
Feb. 22: Three unidentified men walked into a Coach Lane grocery store, grabbed several bottles of alcohol and left without paying. A license number obtained matched the license number associated with a previous theft.

Too much
Feb. 22: Deputies arrested a 29-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Coach Lane.

Fly-by vandals
Feb. 24: A Boeing Road resident reported that vandals spray-painted graffiti on a hanger and airplane.

Second time around
Feb. 24: Deputies arrested a 29-year-old man, who was previously arrested on Feb. 22, on suspicion of theft from a Coach Lane business.

Bad influence
Feb. 25: A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance after deputies responded to a public assist call on Cimmarron Road.

Purse pilfered
Feb. 26: A purse was reported stolen on Cambridge Road.

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