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Cameron Park Crime Watch: October 2013

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

Oct. 1: Unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a victim’s bedroom on Cameron Park Road.

Oct. 2:  A petty theft  was reported on Mojave Court.

Oct. 5: A 21-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman were contacted at the Motel 6 on Coach Lane and suspected of drug related activities. The woman was booked into the county jail while the man received a citation.

Oct. 6: Deputies conducted a probation search at La Crescenta Drive resident and reportedly located smoking paraphernalia. A 30-year-old man was cited and released.

Oct. 6: Cameron Park fire officials reported that sometime between Sept. 29 and Oct. 1, a package containing controlled substances went missing or was taken from a fire engine.

Oct. 7: A 28-year-old man was stopped on Alhambra Drive for an alleged vehicle code violation and was reportedly found driving on a suspended driver’s license, in possession of a controlled substance and under the influence of a controlled substance. The suspect was arrested.

Oct. 7: Two men, ages 30 and 60, were arrested on La Crescenta Drive for alleged possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of methamphetamine.

Oct. 7: A  17-year-old boy was arrested on Country Club Drive for alleged felony battery against a 15-year-old male victim.

Oct. 8: A residential burglary was reported on Cameron Park Drive.

Oct. 8: Unknown subject(s) damaged a victim’s unlocked vehicle parked on Chelsea Road.

Oct. 9: Someone stole items from a vehicle parked on Cambridge Road.

Oct. 10: An unknown suspect attempted to enter a locked apartment on La Crescenta Drive through a window. Nothing was taken.

Oct. 11: A burglary was reported on Knollwood Court.

Oct. 13: Contact was made with two subjects sitting inside of a vehicle on Coach Lane. A firearm was allegedly visible in plain view and later determined to be loaded and accessible. The two 19-year-old-men were arrested.

Oct. 14: vehicle parked in front of an apartment complex on Merrychase Drive was vandalized.

Oct. 16: A 30-year-old man was arrested after deputies reportedly found him in possession of methamphetamine on Cameron Park Drive.

Oct. 17: A vehicle burglary was reported on La Canada Drive.

Oct. 17:  Deputies responded to a call of a battery on La Canada Drive in Cameron Park. Upon further investigation, it appeared to be mutual combat and both parties, males age 17 and 19, declined prosecution.

Oct. 18: Unknown subject entered a locked residence on Sheridan Road and stole various items totaling approximately $900.

Oct. 20: Deputies arrested a 21-year-old man on Estepa Drive after he was allegedly found to be in possession of concentrated marijuana.

Oct. 21: A 17-year-old juvenile male was arrested on Green Valley Road for allegedly disturbing the peace at a school.

Oct. 21: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked at an apartment complex on Cimmarron Road and stole approximately $150 in items.

Oct. 22: A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle was reported on Cimmarron Road.

Oct. 26: A 40-year-old man received a citation for petty theft on Coach Lane.

Oct. 26: A man attempted to use a counterfeit $20 bill at a Cameron Park Drive business.

Oct. 27: Someone tried to break into an unlocked vehicle parked on Lancelot Court.

Oct. 29: Vandalism was reported on Merrychase Drive.

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