Cameron Park Crime Watch: June 2014

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

Graffiti attack
June 1: A Durock Road business owner reported that someone spray-painted graffiti on a building and vehicles.

All for 27 cents?
June 1: Deputies arrested a 23-year-old many who allegedly stole 27 cents worth of merchandise from a Cameron Park Drive business.

June 2: A Green Valley Road business reported a theft.

Family jewels
June 2: A 39-year-old woman reported that her mother stole a necklace several months ago.

June 3: Someone took an iPhone left in an unlocked vehicle parked on Hillcrest Drive. Another  vehicle break-in was also reported on the same street.

Shining a light
June 3: A Sterling Way resident who left her vehicle unlocked in the driveway found a flashlight on the driver’s seat when she got in her car. Nothing appeared to be taken.

June 3: Deputies arrested a 53-year-old man who allegedly stole several items from a Coach Lane grocery store.

Dumpster diving
June 3: Deputies contacted a man digging in an Alhambra Drive business’ trash bin and reportedly found the suspect in possession of methamphetamine.

June 3: A 25-year-old man was arrested following a traffic stop on Cambridge Road after deputies reportedly found him in possession of burglary tools and a stolen quad.

Roommate rage
June 5: A 45-year-old man allegedly damaged and stole several of his La Canada Drive roommates items after he was asked to move out.

June 7: Deputies arrested a 24-year-old man and two women, ages 18 and 23, after a vehicle search on Coach lane revealed illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia. All three suspects ale reportedly had warrants.

Dog gone
June 8: A 14-year-old girl reportedly stole a Dachshund mix from a Country Club Drive home.

Hot dog
June 9: Animal Services officers took custody of a dog left in a hot vehicle on Royal Park Drive.

June 9: A petty theft was reported on Palmer Drive.

June 9: Deputies arrested a 31-year-old man on suspicion of carjacking on Durock Road.

Vandals strike
June 10: Vandalism was reported on Meadows Road.

As seen on TV
June 10: A Cameron Park Drive business owner reported a wall-mounted flat screen TV stolen. This was the second TV stole from the business.

Ditzy driver
June 11: A driver was stopped in a Coach Lane parking lot and cited for reckless driving.

Too much
June 14: A 50-year-old man was arrested for alleged public intoxication on Coach Lane.

June 15: Someone stole a woman’s purse on Coach Lane.

June 16: Two male roommates reportedly got into a fight at their La Crescenta Drive home. A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of battery.

Dude, where’s my car?
June 19: A Sudbury Road resident reported that is son loaned his car to a friend and the friend has failed to return the vehicle.

June 19: Someone broke into a locked vehicle parked on Coach Lane and stole a $50 gas card.

Open door
June 20: A thief stole a bicycle left in an unlocked storage container on United Drive.

June 20: Deputies arrested a 52-year-old man on suspicion of a probation violation after they spotted the suspect allegedly intoxicated and unable to care for himself.

Caught in the act
June 21: A 24-year-old man was caught allegedly burglarizing a Palmer Drive business.

One too many
June 23: Deputies arrested a 29-year-old, allegedly intoxicated man after he reportedly became combative on La Crescenta Drive.

Search for suspects
June 25: A woman was reportedly attacked on Coach Lane. Deputies are looking for suspects.

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