Cameron Park Crime Watch: November 2013

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

Nov. 1: A 14-year-old boy was arrested after he allegedly started a fight at a Green Valley Road school.

Lecture coming
Nov. 1: Deputies cited a 17-year-old boy for allegedly stealing from a Coach Lane business and released the teen to his parents.

Nov. 2: Police equipment was reportedly found in a Cambridge Road trash bin.

Truck targeted
Nov. 3: Someone stole a catalytic converter from a truck parked on Coach Lane.

Hold on to your purse
Nov. 4: Thieves stole an unattended purse left in a Coach Lane parking lot.

Nov. 5: Deputies conducting a traffic stop and search on Coach Lane reportedly found marijuana and an illegal weapon. A 23-year-old woman was arrested and a 26-year-old man received a citation.

In the way
Nov. 8: Deputies arrested an 18-year-old man who allegedly obstructed officers during an incident on Green Valley Road. A 21-year-old man was also arrested though the charges were not specified.

Nov. 9: A 30-year-old man went to jail after deputies reportedly found him in possession of methamphetamine on Cameron Park Drive.

CDs swiped
Nov. 9: A Palmer Drive thief shattered a vehicle’s window and stole approximately $600 worth of CDs left inside.

Nov. 9: A thief stole a wheel and tire from a vehicle parked on Cameron Park Drive.

Stolen or not?
Nov. 11: A 43-year-old man was allegedly assaulted on Garden Circle and the victim reported his shotgun stolen. Investigators later determined the weapon was taken from the residence for safe-keeping and later returned.

Open door
Nov. 12: A victim reported a petty theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on La Crescenta Drive.

Tractor targeted
Nov. 12: Someone stole the two front tires and rims from a tractor stored on Los Santos Drive.

Forced in
Nov. 12: Thieves broke into a La Canada Drive home and stole more than $3,000 worth of items.

Nov. 12: Deputies arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of battery and vandalism on Cold Harbor Way.

Arrest warranted
Nov. 13: A 22-year-old man with warrants and allegedly in possession of methamphetamine was arrested on Coach Lane.

Vandals busy
Nov. 14: Vandalism was reported on Cambridge Road.

Fruitful search
Nov. 15: Deputies searched a 28-year-old man’s vehicle on Coach Lane and reportedly found narcotics and weapons.

Nov. 16: A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of petty theft on Coach Lane.

Pot bust
Nov. 17: Deputies contacted a 22-year-old man on Coach Lane and reportedly found the suspect in possession of marijuana. The man received a citation.

Ammo scare
Nov. 18: A 13-year-old boy allegedly brought ammunition on a Merrychase Drive school campus. The student was cited.

Nov. 20: A burglary was reported on La Canada Drive.

To jail
Nov. 20: Deputies arrested a 53-year-old man who allegedly had methamphetamine on Coach Lane.

Trouble at school
Nov. 21: A 16-year-old boy received a citation after allegedly damaging school property.

Felony possession
Nov. 22: Deputies arrested a 53-year-old man on suspicion of felony drug possession on Coach Lane.

Sneaky shoppers
Nov. 22: An unidentified person stole items from a Palmer Drive grocery store.

Saw gone
Nov. 23: Someone forced entry into a Strolling Hills Road shed and stole a chain saw.


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