Cameron Park Crime Watch: September 2014
The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports:
Aug. 1: Deputies cited a 68-year-old man of alleged animal cruelty after they found the suspect’s dog tied to a tree without food, water or shelter on the Palmer Drive property.
Aug. 2: A woman reported that an unidentified man stole her cell phone from her vehicle while she loaded the car on Bass Lake Road. Deputies were able to pull prints.
Aug. 3: A 17-year-old boy was taken to juvenile hall after he allegedly stole from a Coach Lane shop.
Aug. 5: A Chasen Drive resident reported finding toilet paper and make up in his front yard.
Aug. 5: Someone stole beer from a Merrychase Drive store.
Aug. 7: While investigating an incident on Coach Lane, deputies found two suspects wanted related to a CHP vehicle pursuit. Two men, ages 31 and 24, were arrested.
Aug. 7: A La Canada Drive resident reported medication stolen.
Aug. 7: A woman reported that an unidentified suspect pushed her and hit with a cane on Fairway Drive.
Aug. 13: A thief stole tools from an Oakwood Drive driveway.
Aug. 13: Unknown suspects took the batteries and gas from portable light towers on Merrychase Drive.
Aug. 14: A man reported that someone fired a paintball gun at him from a moving vehicle on Placitas Drive. The victim was stuck in the throat.
Aug. 14: Someone stole air conditioner breakers from two Country Club Drive apartments.
Aug. 18: A thief broke into a Green Valley Road building, damaging several businesses and stealing several items.
Aug. 18: An Alhambra Drive resident reported vandalism.
Aug. 21: A burglary was reported on La Canada Drive.
Aug. 22: Vandalism was reported on Green Valley Road.
Aug. 22: Numerous campaign signs were reported stole around Cameron Park.
Aug. 23: Deputies arrested numerous suspects on suspicion of growing and selling marijuana at a Kimberly Road home.
Aug. 24: Someone broke a Cameron Park Drive business’ window.
Aug. 25: A thief stole two batteries from a Coach Lane construction site.
Aug. 25: Vandals damaged a Knollwood Drive fence, causing more than $1,000 in damage.
Aug. 25: Deputies took a 58-year-old allegedly intoxicated man to the hospital after reportedly finding him unable to care for himself at a Coach Lane store.
Not so grand
Aug. 26: A grand theft was reported on Coach Lane.
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