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Cameron Park Crime Watch 2011

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

Unexpected find
Dec. 31: A woman found a .45 caliber cartridge along Hacienda Road and turned it into the Sheriff’s Department.

Thirsty
Dec. 30: Deputies responding to a water theft report on Kimberly Road found a 38-year-old woman allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance. Code enforcement also tagged the residence for a violation.

Stopped
Dec. 30: A 30-year-old woman was arrested on Cameron Park Drive after deputies stopped her for alleged traffic violations and reportedly determined her to be under the influence of alcohol. They also reportedly found prescription drugs in the vehicle for which she could provide no prescription.

Purse pilfered
Dec. 29: A thief entered a vehicle parked on Garden Circle and stole the victim’s purse.

Pumped up
Dec. 28: An unidentified woman reportedly stole $40 worth of gas after a paying customer at a Merrychase Drive gas station gave the pump attendant the incorrect pump number.

Mystery visitor
Dec. 28: A 22-year-old woman reported hearing someone in her Fairway Drive back yard three days in a row. She also discovered her wallet missing from her dresser.

Warranted
Dec. 28: Deputies acting with a warrant took a 22-year-old man into custody on  Sheridan Road. During their investigation they reportedly found a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and burglary tools.

We’ll take those back
Dec. 25: Deputies recovered two stolen vehicles at a Kimberly Road residence. Three people were arrested.

Christmas Eve in jail
Dec. 24: A 26-year-old woman went o jail after reportedly stealing from a Coach lane grocery store.

Not fair
Dec. 24: A Fairway Drive home was burglarized; multiple items were reported stolen.

Un-neighborly
Dec. 23: A 53-year-old woman was arrested after she reportedly threatened neighbors on Country Club Drive.

Unpleasant surprise
Dec. 22: Two women who live on Los Santos Drive returned home only to discover it had been burglarized.

Shoplifter
Dec. 21: A 62-year-old woman was cited after she reportedly took items from the Coach Lane Safeway without paying.

Unsure victim
Dec. 21: A burglary was reported on La Crescenta Drive but the victim was reportedly uncooperative and refused to file charges.

Scared away
Dec. 20: A Granada Drive resident ran off two would-be burglars who were reportedly trying to get in through the front door.

Lost your wheels?
Dec. 19: A bicycle was found on Royal Park Drive.

Vandals busy
Dec. 18: Vandalism was reported on Knollwood Drive.

We’ll take that “to go”
Dec. 17: Thieves pried open a Cameron Park Drive restaurant’s door and stole money from the manager’s office and cash register.

Busted
Dec. 16: A Palmer Drive resident reported that someone broke almost all the windows of the victim’s vehicle. An unidentified man was seen leaving the area.

Too loud
Dec. 15: Deputies responded to a noise complaint on La Crescenta Drive. They arrested a 34-year-old woman on a warrant and the homeowner signed a citizen’s arrest form for the alleged noise violation.

Got in
Dec. 15: Thieves forced their way into a La Canada Drive residence and stole items.

Parked target
Dec. 15: A petty theft from a vehicle was reported on El Tejon Road.

Dealership hit
Dec. 14: A Coach Lane car dealership was burglarized and one vehicle was vandalized.

Unlocked
Dec. 13: A petty theft was reported from an unlocked vehicle parked on Crane Way.

Vending on the go
Dec. 12: Suspects stole a vending machine placed in front of a Cameron Park Drive business.

Wallet gone
Dec. 12:  A burglar busted in to a vehicle parked on Country Club Lane and stole a wallet.

Big haul
Dec. 11: Knollwood Drive residents reported more than $4,100 in cash and property stolen from  their home.

Went for it
Dec. 11: Thieves targeted a vehicle parked on Wentworth Road and stole several items.

That’s twice, now
Dec. 11: A 19-year-old woman reported that her vehicle had been vandalized twice in the last week on Cameron Park Drive and that one of the suspects attacked her.

Brawl call
Dec. 11: Deputies responded to a battery call on Coach Lane and reportedly found a 30-year-old man publicly intoxicated. The suspect was arrested.

Picked out
Dec. 10: A 42-year-old woman received a citation after deputies reportedly found her in possession of a meth pipe and pick locks on La Crescenta Drive.

Delivering trouble
Dec. 9: A vandal damaged mailbox and newspaper holder on Strolling Hills Road.

Sister, sister
Dec. 8: two adult sisters reportedly got into a fight on Cameron Park Drive. Neither requested prosecution.

In plain sight
Dec. 7: Deputies investigating a possible accident on Bass Lake Road reportedly spotted drug paraphernalia while interviewing a possible witness. the 25-year-old man was arrested.

Sticky palm
Dec. 7: A woman on Palmer Drive told deputies she gave money to a 31-year-old woman to pay a bill but the bill was never paid. Deputies contacted the suspect, who the returned the money.

Home targeted
Dec. 7: A residential burglary was reported on Oxford Road.

I didn’t mean to …
Dec. 3: Deputies responded to a reported of grocery theft from a Coach Lane business. After an interview, the deputies determined the suspect didn’t intentionally steal. The person later returned to the store and paid for the items.

Burgled
Dec. 3: A resident on Starbuck Road reported a residential burglary.

Gotcha
Dec. 3: Deputies arrested two 21-year-old men on suspicion of burglary after they pair reportedly broke into two Cameron Park Drive businesses.

Here’s your citation
Dec. 2: A 32-year-old man was cited for alleged petty theft on Coach Lane.

More vandalism
Dec. 2: Vandalism was reported on Parkdale Lane.

Nobody home
Dec. 2: An unoccupied home on La Cienega Way was burglarized.

Can’t come in
Dec. 2: Multiple homeowners on Cameron Park Drive reported that someone tried to get into their homes. Deputies responded and arrested a 20-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication.

Shattered
Dec. 1: A thief busted the back patio door of a Los Santos Drive residence, went inside and stole several items.

New heights
Dec. 1: Petty thefts from vehicles were reported on Heights Court and Amethyst Drive.

Sticky fingers
Nov. 30: A 29-year-old man received a citation after he was caught allegedly trying to steal from a Coach Lane business.

Alarming
Nov. 28: Two 14-year-old girls reportedly swiped items from a Palmer Drive business, setting off the security alarm, and fled on foot. Deputies later caught the girls, cited them and released them to their parents.

Here kitty, kitty
Nov. 27: residents on Meadow Lane alerted deputies that in the past few weeks four cats have gone missing. Deputies investigated but found no evidence of animal abuse.

Couldn’t get in
Nov. 26: Burglars attempted to pry open a Green Valley Road business’ door but only succeeded in damaging  the property.

On the roof
Nov. 25: A man reported leaving his laptop on the roof of his car on United Drive and the driving off.

Open door
Nov. 24: A burglar entered a Los Santos Drive home through an unlocked door.

Handed over
Nov. 23: A handgun from a Fairway Drive residence was turned over to the Sheriff’s Department for safekeeping.

Cover of darkness
Nov. 21: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked on Meadow Lane during the night and stole items.

Lost on the green?
Nov. 21: A woman reported losing items on Fairway Drive.

Came up empty
Nov. 21: Someone shattered the window of a vehicle parked on Covello Circle but didn’t take anything.

On display
Nov. 20: Someone reportedly brandished a weapon on La Crescenta Drive.

Hey there
Nov. 19: A vandalism victim flagged down deputies on Green Valley Road to report the incident.

Under surveillance
Nov. 18: Deputies watching a well-known La Crescenta Drive drug house arrested the resident and obtained a search warrant for the property.

Petty theft
Nov. 18: A Woodleigh Lane resident reported a petty theft.

Disarmed
Nov. 18: Deputies took a 14-year-old girl to jail after responding to a disturbance call on La Canada Drive. The teen allegedly struck her mother’s boyfriend and possessed a dangerous weapon.

Break in
Nov. 17: Burglars entered an Alhambra Drive business but the owner was unable to identify anything missing.

Extra credit
Nov. 17: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle parked on Royal Drive and stole credit cards and cash from a wallet left inside.

Letters lifted
Nov. 16: Mail theft was reported on Business Drive.

Tee’d off
Nov. 15: Vandalism was reported on the golf course on Alexandrite Drive.

Out of order
Nov. 14: Deputies arrested a 41-year-old man on Cameron Park Drive after they reportedly determined the suspect was drunk and disorderly.

Fruitful search
Nov. 14: During a consented vehicle search, deputies reportedly found narcotics, drug paraphernalia and hypodermic needles in a vehicle on Pine Creek Court. The 22-year-old driver was arrested.

Family feud
Nov. 14: A 38-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of battery on Pine Creek Court after she allegedly struck her 19-year-old daughter in the face.

Just grand
Nov. 14: A Lariat Drive resident reported a grand theft.

Kiss and make up
Nov. 13: Two men reportedly got into a fight on Hotchkiss Court. Neither desired prosecution.

Not-so-gentleman caller
Nov. 13: A Woodleigh Lane resident reported that she had been receiving annoying phone calls. Most recently she answered the phone and a man said he knew she was putting on makeup. He made moaning noises and hung up.

Broke the mold
Nov. 11: A would-be thief pried up the rubber molding around a Ponte Morino Drive business’ window but did not gain entry.

Shot
Nov. 10: An unidentified suspect using a BB gun shot at and broke a Market Court apartment window.

Got away
Nov. 8: A grand theft from an 87-year-old woman was reported on Palmero Circle but the suspect remains unidentified.

Tipsy
Nov.7: A 48-year-old woman went to jail after deputies spotted her on Cameron Park Drive, reportedly drunk in public.

Caught
Nov. 7:  Deputies arrested a man on Royal Park Drive on a warrant and also reportedly found the 18-year-old in possession of methamphetamine.

Taken
Nov. 7: A grand theft was reported on Knollwood Drive.

Vandals at work
Nov. 7: Vandalism was reported on La Canada Drive.

Ransacked
Nov. 6: Thieves broke into a 72-year-old woman’s La Canada Drive home and stole numerous items.

D & D
Nov. 5: Deputies arrested a 48-year-old man on suspicion of being drunk in public after they responded to a disturbance call on Coach Lane.

You can’t take it with you
Nov. 4: A 43-year-old man arrested on Cameron Park Drive on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine allegedly tried to sneak some of the drug into the jail. The meth was discovered and a search warrant was issued for the suspect’s home.

Busted
Nov. 3: A mother in Emerald Court reportedly found marijuana in her 42-year-old daughter’s luggage and turned it over to the Sheriff’s Department.

Left behind
Nov. 3: A 30-year-old man allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance reportedly left his 3-year-old child alone in a Coach Lane motel room. The man was arrested and his child taken into protective custody.

Checking in
Nov. 3: Deputies arrested a29-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man after they reportedly found the pair in possession of narcotics and drug paraphernalia in the parking lot of a Coach Lane motel.

Petty theft
Nov. 2: A victim on Cimmarron Road reported a theft.

Confession
Nov. 1: A 13-year-old boy was named the suspect in an iPod theft on Merrychase Drive. The young teen reportedly admitted to the crime and pledged to return the item.

Kiss your stuff good-bye
Oct. 30: A thief stole items from two unlocked vehicles parked on Hotchkiss Court.

Where’s my wallet?
Oct. 30: Thieves entered two unlocked vehicles parked on Fairway Drive, rifled through women’s purses found inside and stole wallets.

Second chance
Oct. 29: A 15-year-old boy reportedly confessed to trespassing and stealing from an Estepa Lane property but the residents did not pursue prosecution.

Free pass
Oct. 29: A thief found an unlocked vehicle parked on Pine Creek Court and stole items.

On tape
Oct. 29: A transient allegedly audio recorded his encounter with deputies after they responded to a call from a Green Valley coffee shop employee who complained that the transient was loitering and refused to leave.

Smashed
Oct. 28: Thieves on Santos Drive busted a vehicle’s window and stole items.

Trouble on Cambridge
Oct. 27: A vehicle burglary was reported on Cambridge Road.

Flood of problems
Oct. 27: An 82-year-old Cambridge Road resident reported that he believes someone is tampering with his exterior floodlight.

Taken
Oct. 26: Items from a vehicle parked on Sudbury Road were stolen.

Stopped
Oct. 26: A deputy pulled over a vehicle on Cimmarron Road and reportedly found the driver in possession of marijuana and methamphetamine.

Swiped
Oct. 24: A petty theft was reported on Cambridge Road.

Busy vandals
Oct. 23: Vandals damaged a vehicle parked on Mira Loma Drive.

Brawl
Oct. 22: A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of battery after he and another man reportedly fought on Durock Road.

More mailbox mischief
Oct. 22: Mailboxes on Green Valley Road were vandalized.

Maybe, maybe not
Oct. 21: A 45-year-old woman on Knollwood Drive reported that she had been poisoned but also said she might have only imagined she had been poisoned.

Words can hurt
Oct. 20: A 13-year-old girl allegedly wrote a threatening letter to a classmate at a Green Valley Road school. She was cited and released to her parents.

Trouble amongst peers
Oct. 19: Two 13-year-old boys reportedly got into a fight at a Green Valley Road school. No one pressed charges.

More vandalism
Oct. 18: A vehicle vandalism report came in from a victim on Cambridge Road.

Public display
Oct. 17: A 43-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance on Cimmarron Road.

Smashbox
Oct. 16: Vandals targeted a mailbox on Merrychase Drive.

This stinks
Oct. 16: A renter living on Rancho Tierra Court reported that human waste was flowing into the yard but the homeowner was unresponsive to the problem.

Unlocked
Oct. 15: An unlocked vehicle parked on Country Club Drive was burglarized.

More of the same
Oct. 13: Two vehicle burglaries were reported on De Sabla Court.

Lifted letters
Oct. 13: A Country Club Drive resident reported that someone has been stealing her mail.

Bikeless rider
Oct. 13: A Toronto Road resident reported that thief swiped his dirt bike from his unlocked garage.

Brush up
Oct. 13: An 87-year-old man reported that another man grabbed him while he was clearing brush along Durock Road. No prosecution was desired.

Boom
Oct. 11: Someone exploded fireworks in a Los Santos Drive mailbox.

Familiar report
Oct. 11: A vehicle owner reported a vehicle burglary on Green Valley Road.

Cited
Oct. 10: A 54-year-old man received a citation after he allegedly stole items from a vehicle parked on Coach Lane.

Little protection
Oct. 7: Vehicle vandalism was reported on Los Santos Drive.

No suspects
Oct. 7: A vehicle owner who parked on Cambridge Road reported a vehicle burglary.

Self-injection
Oct. 6: A 21-year-old man was arrested on Palmer Drive after deputies reportedly found him in possession of a syringe with a substance in it that tested positive for methamphetamine.

Fight
Oct. 5: Two men, ages 21 and 20, reportedly got into a fight on Coach Lane. No serious injuries occurred.

School supply
Oct. 4: A 13-year-old boy was cited after school officials at a Green Valley Road school allegedly found the young suspect in possession of marijuana.

Online report
Oct. 3: A Palmer Drive business owner reported a grand theft.

Easy target
Oct. 3: A thief took items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Larkspur Lane.

More than he could handle
Oct. 2: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old man on Coach Lane after the found him allegedly too intoxicated to care for himself.

Burgled
Sept. 29: Thieves broke into a Green Valley Road home and stole items while the homeowner was at work.

Unfair
Sept. 29: Thieves broke into a Fairway Drive home and stole the victim’s vehicle. No suspects have been identified.

Too young
Sept. 28: Deputies reportedly found an 18-year-old boy drinking alcohol in a vehicle parked on Millbrae Road. The teen was cited.

Sticky fingers
Sept. 28: A Merrychase Drive employee discovered a theft but no suspects have been identified.

Too much
Sept. 22: A 31-year-old man went to jail after deputies found him on La Canada Drive allegedly too intoxicated to care for himself.

Toro!
Sept. 20: Two women reportedly got into a fight on Matador Court. The 57-year-old victim signed a citizen’s arrest form against the 19-year-old suspect.

Cardboard caper
Sept. 20: A 37-year-old woman reportedly stole $1,000 worth of cardboard from the back of a Coach Lane supermarket.

Vicious scratch
Sept. 20: A vandal scratched a vehicle parked on Coach Lane, causing more than $2,200 in damage.

Another one
Sept. 20: A thief stole items from a vehicle parked on Hacienda Road.

Car break-in
Sept. 19: A vehicle burglary was reported on Cambridge Road.

Burgled
Sept. 18: A burglary was reported on Greenwood Lane.

Dark side
Sept. 17: A quitting employee at a Palmer Drive tanning salon reportedly stole a bottle of tanning lotion prior to leaving.

Bang
Sept. 16: A man on United Drive unintentionally discharged a weapon.

Vandals, again
Sept. 16: Vandalism was reported on Montclair Road.

Keep the change
Sept. 16: Three men entered a coin-operated laundry business and forcibly removed the quarters from two of the change vaults. A camera recorded all three suspects and their vehicle.

Prying eyes
Sept. 15: Someone pried locks from two doors at a Coach Lane business but its’ unknown if they entered the building.

No suspects
Sept. 15: A residential burglary was reported on Chasen Drive.

Open door
Sept. 13: An unlocked vehicle on Meadow Lane made the perfect target for a thief, who made off with several items.

Burglary investigated
Sept. 12: Thieves broke into a Montclair Road home and stole items.

Vehicles targeted
Sept. 12: A vehicle owner reported that someone vandalized his car on De Sabla Road. A theft from a vehicle parked on Los Santos Drive was also reported.

Do not enter
Sept. 11: Deputies arrested a 28-year-old man after he reportedly entered a Palmer Drive home without permission and pushed the homeowner out of the way during his escape.

Rude awakening
Sept. 9: A Toronto Road resident reported that someone has been ringing her doorbell and knocking on the door very late at night for the last several months.

Full moon
Sept. 8: A 14-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of baring his bare buttocks to children on Merrychase Drive.

Card used
Sept. 7: After breaking into a vehicle parked on Chesapeake Bay Circle, a burglar stole a wallet and extra key, and the suspect later used the victim’s credit card.

God is watching
Sept. 6: A would-be thief tried to pry open a Rodeo Road church’s door but was unsuccessful.

Trouble on Palmer
Sept. 6: Thieves pried open a window at a Palmer Drive business and stole cash.

Vehicle burglary
Sept. 6: A vehicle break-in was reported on Cimmaron road.

Dinner time
Sept. 5: Deputies responded to a Greenwood Lane convenience store after a call came in reporting that a female customer was eating food but not paying for it. The 47-year-old woman was allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance and arrested.

Stopped
Sept. 4: A 28-year-old man went to jail after deputies, responding to a fight report, pulled over the suspect on Palmer Drive and reportedly found a methamphetamine pipe in his possession.

Bad business
Sept. 3: Someone burglarized a Coach Lane business during the night.

For Fido
Sept. 2: Two unidentified men reportedly stole several bags of dog food stored outside a Coach Lane grocery store.

Another converter gone
Aug. 31: This time thieves stole a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked on Country Club Drive.

Tough lesson
Aug. 31: Two students, ages 14 and 15, were arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of marijuana while at their Green Valley Road School. Both were later released.

Familiar issue
Aug. 31: A vehicle burglary was reported on Toronto Road.

Repo rage
Aug. 29: A man allegedly assaulted a tow truck driver who was trying to repossess the suspect’s vehicle parked on Alhambra Drive. The victim did not request prosecution.

Petty on Palmer
Aug. 29: A woman reported a petty theft on Palmer Drive.

In sights
Aug. 29 : A man in his 30s reportedly pointed a pellet gun at two other men on Knollwood Drive. The victims didn’t request prosecution.

A day at the park
Aug. 25: Deputies arrested a 32-year-old man at a park on Mira Loma Drive after they found him allegedly intoxicated.

Tampered
Aug. 22: A vehicle owner reported that someone had tampered with her vehicle parked on Cold Harbor Way.

Thefts
Aug. 22: Thefts were reported on Country Club Drive and Monukka Drive.

Check that badge
Aug. 19: A thief made off with an El Dorado County sheriff’s badge and ID left in an unlocked vehicle parked in the victim’s Riesling Way garage.

While you were out
Aug. 19: Burglars kicked in a Woodleigh Drive home’s front door and stole televisions and jewelry while the homeowners were on vacation.

Almost
Aug. 19: Car thieves reportedly tried to steal a vehicle parked in a church lot on Merrychase Drive.

Unlocked
Aug. 19: Thieves tole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Kentfield Drive.

Strolling away
Aug. 19: A thief took a jogging stroller and a $5 bill from a vehicle parked on Malachite Way.

Beer run
Aug. 19: Someone swiped a keg from a NorCal Beverages truck parked on Cameron Park Drive.

Where’s the music?
Aug. 19: Two teenagers reported that someone went through their vehicles parked in a Ashland Drive driveway. A MP3 player was taken. Another vehicle burglary was reported on the same street a few hours later.

Joy ride
Aug. 18: Two women, ages 52 and 57, were arrested after deputies found them in an allegedly stolen car on Cameron Park Drive.

Freezer burn
Aug. 17: Thieves somehow entered a Merrychase Drive school’s locked outdoor walk-in freezer and stole more than $1,000 worth of food.

Clever thieves
Aug. 16: Burglars took laptops, video games, coins and a safe from a Meadow Lane home but left no sign of forced entry.

Burgled
Aug. 14: A Chelsea Road resident reported a home burglary.

Ransacked
Aug. 11: A thief burglarized a Royal Park Drive home, forcing open a laundry room window and stealing a rifle, laptop, television and other items.

Sounds like trouble
Aug. 10: A thief stole about $5,000 worth of stereo equipment from an unlocked vehicle parked on Rolls Drive.

Messy find
Aug. 10: A vehicle owner reported that someone threw food products on her car parked on La Crescenta Drive.

Unholy
Aug. 8: A theft was reported from a church on Rodeo Road.

Gassing up?
Aug. 7: A Dudley Drive resident called authorities after he found a skateboard and a gas can across the street from his home. A deputy came and collected the items.

CVS burglary
Aug. 6: Three to four suspects entered the Green Valley Road pharmacy and stole approximately $3,000 worth of items. The incident was caught on video, which was forwarded to detectives for review.

Unhappy discovery
Aug. 6: A Los Santos Drive resident cam home to find that someone had entered the house and vandalized it.

Sticky fingers
Aug. 5: Four shoplifters reportedly left a Palmer Drive business without paying for items they had.

Unidentified
Aug. 3: Two suspects stole items near Green Valley Road but no one knew who they were.

Vehicle burglarized
Aug. 3: A thief broke into a vehicle on Hampton Lane and stole some items.

Battery under review
July 31: A 38-year-old man was identified as a battery suspect at an incident in Mojave Court. The case was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for review.

Too much
July 29: A 57-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public after deputies found him on Coach Lane.

Sharp eye
July 29: A deputy conducting a search of a vehicle and its occupants on Coach Lane found a 30-year-old man allegedly in possession of a switchblade. The sus[ect was also a validated gang member, the report states.

Envy
July 29: A 19-year-old man reportedly attacked a 20-year-old man on Green Valley Road and then damaged the victim’s motorcycle after an argument about an ex-girlfriend.

Sneaky thief
July 28: A burglar broke into a vacant Kimberly Road home’s basement and stripped the place of its copper wire.

Strolling along
July 28: Four teenagers were cited for allegedly violating curfew on Strolling Hills Road.

Silent alarm
July 25: Deputies arrested a 46-year-old woman on suspicion of burglary and forgery after responding to a silent alarm on Cameron Park Drive.

Wallet found
July 24: A women walking on Woodleigh Lane found a wallet and turned it over to the Sheriff’s Department.

Runner
July 23: Deputies had to chase down a 20-year-old man for whom they were trying to serve a warrant on La Crescenta Drive. The suspect was caught and booked into the county jail.

Uninvited guests
July 22: A Los Santos drive resident reported that someone entered her home and vandalized it.

Easy steal
July 22: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle on Country Club Drive and stole items.

Converter thefts
July 21: Thieves used a chain cutter to remove catalytic converters from two Toyota trucks parked on Garden Circle. Another went missing from a truck on Market Court.

Up in flames
July 20: Two unidentified people reportedly tried to torch a vehicle on Hillcrest Drive. Their actions were caught on tape but the vehicle owner could not identify them.

Pipe picked up
July 17: during a traffic stop on Cameron Park Drive a deputy reportedly found a methamphetamine pipe in the vehicle. The 42-year-old driver was cited.

Empty your pockets
July 17: A deputy conducting a consensual search on Cambridge Road on a 15-year-old boy reportedly found a switch blade. A second search at juvenile hall reportedly yielded a marijuana pipe.

Hands on
July 15: A Montclair Road resident reported finding a suspicious note in her mailbox and dirty hand prints on her garage door.

Shocker
July 14: A deputy had to use his taser a man on Camerosa Drive after the 53-year-old refused to comply with the deputy’s instructions. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of obstructing an officer.

Loss prevented
July 14: A Food 4 Less employee reportedly spotted a 16-year-old boy steal an item from the store. The teen allegedly resisted arrest and was forced to the ground. He was alter released to his parents.

Knife attack
July 12: A 21-year-old man allegedly stabbed a 20-year-old man at a party on La Cienega Way.

Taken
July 12: A vehicle owner reported a petty theft from her car on La Crescenta Drive.

Gotcha
July 10: Deputies arrested a 29-year-old man after he allegedly stole items from the Coach Lane Food 4 Less. The suspect also had warrants out for his arrest in LA County

Suspended
July 10: A 49-year-old man went to jail after a deputy reportedly discovered the suspect had a suspended license during a traffic stop on Sterling Drive.

Vandals strike
July 9: Vandalism was reported on Cambridge Road.

Fun dampened
July 9: A 23-year-old man returned to his car after having some fun at Slingshots on Coach Lane only to find it had been burglarized.

Where’s the Rx?
July 9: A deputy pulled over a 19-year-old driver on Cameron Park Drive and reportedly found that the man had narcotics in his possession but no prescription.

Double team
July 8: A Palmer Drive store employee reported that two men stole a liquor bottle.

Just grand
July 8: A grand theft was reported on Cambridge Road.

Foiled getaway
July 4: A deputy pulled over a vehicle on Green Valley Road and while working he was flagged down and advised that the driver had defrauded staff at Brown’s Ravine. The suspect also allegedly had a suspended driver’s license; he was cited.

Home targeted
July 3: A residential burglary was reported on Archwood Road.

Victim or not
July 3: A deputy responding to a battery report on Coach Lane discovered that the victim had a warrant out for his arrest. The 36-year-old was taken to jail.

Out of control
July 2: Deputies took s 27-year-old woman to jail after they found her reportedly under the influence of a controlled substance on Cameron Park Drive.

Return to holder
July 2: A woman reported that three unidentified men possibly stole an envelope full of money she dropped on Cameron Park Drive.

To jail
July 1: A 51-year-old mad was arrested on suspicion of possessing drug paraphernalia on Coach Lane.

School struck
July 1: Vandals damaged property at a Merrychase Drive school.

Floating
June 29: A 15-year-old girl received a citation after she allegedly stole balloons from a Cameron Park Drive business’ sign.

Fight
June 29: Two men, ages 27 and 28, got into a fight on Palmer Drive. No one was arrested.

More converters gone
June 29: Two catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles parked on Coach Lane.

Unpleasant greeting
June 28: A Cimmarron Road resident reported vandalism to her front entryway. A suspect has been identified.

Bike swiped
June 27: A bicycle was stolen from a La Crescenta Drive apartment.

Full cart
June 27: A man filled a shopping cart full of food and attempted to leave a Coach Lane grocery store without paying. A store employee confronted the man, who then returned the cart and fled.

Three strikes
June 27: Deputies arrested a 40-year-old man pulled over on Sabana Drive after they reportedly discovered the suspect was driving on a suspended license, was in possession of burglary tools and had two outstanding warrants out for his arrest.

Late-night loitering
June 25: Two boys, ages 16 and 17, and a 15-year-old girls were cited for an alleged curfew violation after a deputy spotted them out late on Coach Lane.

Smart kid
June 25: An 8-year-old boy reported that a stranger standing near his Tourmaline home’s backyard gate asked the youngster if he wanted to go for a walk. The boy went for help.

Stabbed
June 25: A 62-year-old man was reportedly stabbed multiple times by an unknown suspect on Cameo Lane.

Home burglarized
June 24: A Mira Loma Drive resident reported that thieves stole items from inside her home.

Quick stop
June 24: A 31-year-old man reported that someone stole items from his unlocked vehicle while he shopped inside a Cambridge Road store.

Converter thefts continue
June 24: A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle parked on Knollwood Court.

Grand theft
June 23: A grand theft was reported on Tourmaline Way.

Sexual assault?
June 20: Deputies responded to a sexual battery report on Cameron Park Drive. Information was forwarded to detectives for review.

Open window
June 19: Thieves entered a La Crescenta Drive apartment through an open window and stole several items.

More fighting
June 19: A 23-year-old man received a battery citation after allegedly attacking a 25-year-old man on Eagle Lane.

Fight
June 18: Two med allegedly got into a fight on Coach Lane. The 47-year-old victim signed a citizen’s arrest form against the 40-year-old suspect.

Fled
June 18: A man reportedly stole $76 worth of merchandise from a Coach Lane business and fled the scene

Locked but vulnerable
June 16: A thief broke into a vehicle on Cambridge Road and stole several items.

Left behind
June 14: Following a string of burglaries a Cornada Court resident walking in her back yard discovered a driver’s license belonging to a person from Sacramento she did not know. The licensed was turned over to the Sheriff’s Department possibly as evidence.

Trouble on Bass Lake
June 14: Two catalytic converters were reported stolen.

At the club
June 13: A grand theft was reported on Country Club Drive.

Waah!
June 13: A parent on Greenwood Lane reported that someone stole a baby bag from a vehicle.

Not so merry find
June 11: Vandalism was reported on Merrychase Drive.

Missing gun
June 10: A man reported his late mother’s .357 magnum revolver missing or stolen from her Calido Court residence.

Check up
June 10: Deputies conducting a probation search on Palmer Drive arrested a 15-year-old and 17-year-old boy as well as a 20-year-old man on suspicion of various violations.

More burglary
June 10: A vehicle burglary was reported on Knollwood Court.

Open door
June 9: A Los Santos Drive resident reported that someone entered her unlocked home and attempted to burglarize it.

I admit it
June 8: A 16-year-old boy reportedly admitted to stealing items from a vehicle parked on Fairway Drive and running after deputies responded to the call.

Late night
June 8: Three teens received curfew violation citations after a deputy reportedly spotted them walking on Royal Drive at 2 a.m.

Switcheroo
June 7: A 40-year-old man on Cameron Park Drive reportedly removed the tires and rims from a vehicle and replaced them with lesser quality products.

Burgled
June 6: A 7-year-old girl reported a burglary on Cragmont Circle.

Early celebration
June 5: Three men in their 30s were cited after a deputy reportedly spotted them lighting illegal fireworks on Garden Circle.

What drive
June 5: A 54-year-old man was arrested on Cameron Park Drive after a deputy pulled him over and discovered the suspect was driving on a suspended license.

Kicking and screaming
June 5: Two teens, ages 16 and 17, got caught up in some turmoil on Coach Lane. An unknown woman reportedly kicked the 16-year-old girl’s car and an unknown man allegedly battered the 17-year-old boy.

Caught
June 4: A 39-year-old man was arrested following a burglary on Green Valley Road.

Fill ‘er up
June 4: Thieves stole a wallet from an unlocked vehicle parked on Bertella Road and later used the victims ATM card at several gas stations.

Park that thing
June 3: A 38-year-old driver headed down Coach Lane in a motor home received a citation after a deputy found that he had expired registration and  fake tags.

Early check out
June 3: Deputies responding to a call at a Coach Lane motel reportedly found a heavily intoxicated man in his room. He was taken to jail.

ID check
June 3: Two people, ages 20 and 25, were arrested after the younger suspect reportedly tried to use a fake ID at a Coach Lane business.

Smashed
June 2: A thief lurking on Plaza Goldorado smashed a vehicle’s window and stole some items. Another vehicle burglary was reported on Palmer Drive and another occurred on Cameron Park Drive.

He didn’t do it but …
June 2: Deputies contacted a 21-year-old man suspected in a burglary on Durock Road and though the burglary report was unfounded the suspect was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication and possession of a dagger.

Swiped
June 2: A petty theft was reported on Royal Drive. More theft was reported on Starbuck Road.

Called in
June 2: A Kentfield Drive resident reported a grand theft and named possible suspects.

Accessible
June 2: A thief entered an unlocked vehicle  parked on Cimmarron road and stole items.

Not so hidden
June 1:  A 28-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly used a hide-a-key to enter a La Canada Drive home and stole a computer and firearms.

Digging out
June 1: A shovel was stolen from a Cambridge Road hardware store. A 24-year-old suspect reportedly confessed.

At it again
June 1: A 59-year-old woman was arrested for reportedly trying to steal $3.66 worth of merchandise from a Coach Lane store. The woman had a prior conviction for shoplifting.

D&D
June 1: An intoxicated woman reportedly started a fight on Coach Lane. The 23-year-old was arrested.

Un-knightly
May 31: Vandals damaged property on Lancelot Court.

Busted
May 28: A 19-year-old woman was cited and released after she allegedly shoplifted from a Coach Lane store.

Don’t get in
May 27: A mother reported that a suspicious man in a white truck tried to get her daughter’s attention by waving a piece of candy while the little girl waited on Merrychase Drive.

They’re back
May 26: A catalytic converter thief struck on Mira Loma Drive.

Dog-gone it
May 24: Burglars struck at a Meder Road home, stealing a dog and firearms. Neighbors reported seeing a black SUV in the driveway.

Chasing the loot
May 24: A burglary was reported at a Chasen Drive residence.

Whisked away
May 22: A  19-year-old man allegedly stuffed two bottles of whiskey in his pants and tried leaving a Coach lane store without paying. He was apprehended and arrested.

Empty pockets
May 22: A 19-year-old man reportedly confessed to walking into a Coach Lane business with no money and planning to steal items. He was taken to jail.

Converter trouble
May 22: A catalytic converter was reported stolen on Country Club Drive.

Prescription, please?
May 21: Two men, ages 33 and 38, were arrested on suspicion of stealing prescription medication from pharmacies where at least one of the suspects worked.

Caper on Coach
May 21:
 A petty left was reported on Coach Lane.

Vandals strike
May 20:
 Graffiti was reportedly found on Country Club Drive.

Hit & run
May 19:
 A 30-year-old man reportedly attacked a 53-year-old woman and vandalized a vehicle before fleeing the scene prior to deputies’ arrival.

This should perk you up
May 19: A Green Valley Road coffee shop employee found a man’s wallet while cleaning up. It was turned over tot he Sheriff’s Department.

Close call
May 17: An almost-victim on Palmer Drive reported an attempted burglary. Another attempt was reported on Arcadia Drive.

Alarm alert
May 16: Deputies responded to an alarm on Merrychase Drive and discovered that someone vandalized the property.

Where’s my …?
May 15: An Alhambra Drive resident reported a home burglary after discovering that several things were missing.

Not a drop to drink
May 14: An 18-year-old man was cited and released after reportedly trying to steal alcohol from a Coach Lane business.

Night terror
May 14: A Holly Hills Lane resident awoke to the sound of breaking glass and discovered that someone had shot a hole in her bedroom window.

Chased down
May 13: A 32-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and rug paraphernalia on Merrychase Drive.

Copycat?
May 12: A thief stole a catalytic converter from  Mira Loma Drive resident’s truck. Two suspects in an earlier rash of thefts had been arrested.

Sparklers gone
May 12: A Valley Vista Road resident reported jewelry missing from her home.

No booze 4 u
May 11: two 15-year-old boys were reportedly caught trying to steal alcohol from the Coach Lane Food 4 Less.

Battered
May 10: A 49-year-old man was attacked on Coach Lane. No one has been arrested.

Warranted
May 10: A 47-year-old woman and a 44-year-old man on Coach Lane went to jail after deputies reportedly concluded one had a warrant and the other had a hypodermic needle.

To the point
May 9: A deputy reportedly found a hypodermic needs during a traffic stop search on Cameron Park Drive. A 41-year-old man was arrested.

Tilled through
May 8: Burglars smashed the window of a Palmer Drive business and stole $100 cash from the till.

Disturbing
May 7: A 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication after reportedly causing a disturbance at a Coach Lane business.

Car targeted
May 6: Someone vandalized a vehicle parked on Bass Lake Road.

Gas guzzler
May 6: A man was reportedly caught pumping gas at a pump where someone else had paid. He fled the Merrychase Drive station in a dark blue minivan.

Unwanted art
May 6: A Paiute Court resident reported that someone sprayed graffiti on her fence.

Just grand
May 6: A grand theft was reported on Alexandrite Drive.

Unfriendly
May 5: A 22-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on Coach Lane after she reportedly assaulted one of her friends.

More theft
May 4: Another petty theft was reported on Hacienda Road.

Unlocked
May 4: An unlocked vehicle parked on Greenwood Lane was the target of a thief who stole numerous items, including gas. Another vehicle was also burglarized.

Petty
May 3: A petty theft was reported on Santos Circle.

Jewels gone
May 2: A Rustic Road resident reported more than $400 worth of jewelry stolen from her home.

Heated up
May 2: A gardener alerted a Pasada Road resident that someone tampered with the copper wiring in her air conditioning unit.

Driving force
April 30: A 40-year-old man reportedly drove his vehicle toward another man on Country Club Drive in a threatening manner.

Gone
April 27: A Rodeo Road resident reported a grand theft.

Fly away
April 26: Someone damages an airplane mailbox on Boeing Road and is suspected of stealing a similar box down the street on Fairway Drive.

Successful search
April 25: A 43-year-old man on Green Valley Road reportedly consented to a vehicle search and deputies reportedly found a methamphetamine pipe.

Snack time
April 25: The operators of a baseball field snack shack on Merrychase Drive reported that someone broke in and took money.

Not-4-free
April 24: Deputies arrested a 33-year-old man who reportedly tried to shoplift at Food 4 Less.

Holly un-jolly
April 23: A 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of battery on Holly Hills Lane.

Drive-by shouting
April 23: A driver headed down Cambridge Road reported that a strange man started yelling at him for no apparent reason.

Thefts
April 21: A woman reported that thieves stole items from her car parked on Los Santos Drive. Another car break-in was reported on Hacienda Road.

Hungry
April 20: A 16-year-old boy was arrested after he was reportedly caught stealing food from a Cameron Park school.

Mad as …
April 19: Someone smashed a vehicle’s window, slashed the tires and dented the hood on Rustic Road.

Doors damaged
April 18: Two garage doors on a Bocana Road home were vandalized.

Witness
April 18: A couple on De Sabla Road witnessed a burglary at their neighbor’s home and called the police.

Ladies night
April 18: A 29-year-old woman and a 33-year-old woman were arrested following a traffic stop on Cameron Park Drive. One woman reportedly had a warrant out for her arrest and was found in possession of drug paraphernalia. The other woman allegedly tried to bring an illegal substance into the jail.

Friendly fight
April 16: Deputies responded to a reported fight on Oakleaf Lane but neither the 14-year-old boy or the 44-year-old man desired prosecution.

Kicked in
April 16: A burglar kicked in the front door of a Green Valley Road home and stole items.

Final thefts?
April 14:  Someone stole catalytic converters from a Valtara Road resident and a Cambridge Road resident. The same day two suspects were arrested.

Mail theft
April 13: An Aquamarine Circle resident reported his mail stolen.

Backyard party
April 12: A 27-year-old man and two 15-year-old girls were reportedly found drinking in the back yard of a unoccupied Bow Mar Court home. All were arrested.

Purse snatched
April 12: A thief forced entry into a vehicle on Durock Road and stole a purse. The victim’s debit card and credit card were later used.

They don’t serve alcohol
April 12: Deputies contacted a man outside the Coach Lane McDonald’s and arrested him on suspicion of public intoxication.

Even More
April 12: More catalytic converters were reported stolen on La Crescenta Drive and Mira Loma Drive..

Unlocked
April 11: A victim reported theft from her unlocked vehicle on Bocana Road.

More converters gone
April 10: Two more catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles on La Canada Drive. Parts also went missing from vehicles on nearby Cambridge Road, Cimmarron Road, Gateway Drive and Royal Park Drive. The next day a vehicle on Bass Lake Road lost its catalytic converter.

Stolen goods
April 9: A Cambridge Road apartment was burglarized. Many items were taken.

Spare change
April 8: Someone stole money from a change machine on Cameron Park Drive.

Garbage surprise
April 8: A janitor found a trash bag full of marijuana leaves and stems in a Bass Lake Road trash bin. The bag was  turned over to deputies.

Another converter gone
April 7: Thieves struck again, this time stealing a catalytic converter from a vehicle on Woodleigh Drive. More parts later went missing pn Granada Drive.

On the prowl
April 7: A vehicle owner found a possible burglar in his car parked on Castana Drive. The suspect fled.

On a spree
April 7:  Two people were arrested in a Coach Lane store after a neighboring grocery store employee identified them as the two people he saw stealing from his place of business,. The 19-year-old and the 21-year-old woman had also reportedly stolen from the store in which they were found.

Here’s hoping on Hopi
April 6: A 19-year-old man received a citation for allegedly possessing marijuana while parked on Hopi Court.

Peanut butter bandit
April 6: A Cimmarron Road resident is demanding prosecution after someone entered her home and ate peanut butter out of the jar. A print was found and could identify the suspect.

Let her eat cake
April 6: A 15-year-old girl reportedly struck her mother after the mother took her cake away. No prosecution was desired.

Thefty
April 6: Grand theft was reported on Alexandrite Drive.

Gas gone
April 5: Thieves siphoned about 5 gallons of gas from fleet vehicles parked on Green Valley Road.

Grand theft rampage
April 4: Grand theft was reported on Covello Circle, Garden Circle and Meder Road.

You can’t hide
April 3: A parolee at large was reportedly found with drug paraphernalia on Cameron Park Drive. The 32-year-old was taken into custody.

Late check out
April 3: A 32-year-old man went o jail after he reportedly refused to leave a Coach Lane motel.

Short celebration
April 2: An 18-year-old man and a 17-year-old girl were arrested after they allegedly burglarized a Cameron Park Drive business.

Three-pete
April 2: Three people were arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance following a traffic stop on Green Valley Road.

You don’t got mail
April 2: A Hacienda Road resident reported mail theft.

Converting crime into cash
April 2: Another catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle on Greenwood Lane.

Shopping cut short
April 1: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old woman on suspicion of shoplifting at a Coach Lane business.

I-swiped
April 1: Someone stole an iPod from an unlocked vehicle on Sudbury Road.

Big money
March 31: A resident reported that someone stole a $25,000 shotgun barrel from an unlocked truck on Whistlers Way sometime in the past few days.

Rough to drive
March 30: A thief stole a catalytic converter from vehicles on Bocana Road, Gailey Circle, Montero Road and Greenwood Lane.

Heads held low
March 29: A 22-year-old woman and a 21-year-old man reportedly admitted to vandalizing a vehicle parked on Coach Lane

Shotguns gone
March 27: Thieves got into an unlocked vehicle parked on Fairway Drove and stole two shotguns and a carton of cigarettes.

Rude awakening
March 26: Would-be intruders reportedly kicked in the front door of a Valerio Drive home. The homeowner awakened by the sound yelled and apparently scared them off.

Breaking in
March 25: A 42-year-old man reportedly busted a La Crescenta Drive apartment’s window to gain entry.

Shoplifting spree
March 25: Two women were arrested after they allegedly entered stores in Folsom and Cameron Park and stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise.

Unfit
March 24: Deputies arrested a 22-year-old woman on suspicion of public intoxication on Cameron Park Drive.

Fake
March 24: A 51-year-old man was arrested after a deputy pulled him over on Palmer Drive and reportedly discovered the man had false registration tags and a suspended license.

The fighter
March 24: A parolee at large went to jail after someone reported a fight on Virada Road.

On camera
March 22: Surveillance cameras at a Robin Lane warehouse reportedly recorded two white male adults stealing copper wire. One suspect has possibly been identified.

Take two
March 21: Two people were arrested following a Cambridge Road traffic stop; one allegedly had a suspended license and the other reportedly had a hypodermic needle.

Big problems
March 21: A 22-year-old man reportedly tried to pass an altered check at a Palmer Drive Drug store. When searched he also allegedly had methamphetamine a butterfly knife and a switchblade in his possession. He was taken to jail.

Harley heartbreak
March 20: A 44-year-old Royce Drive resident reported his Harley-Davidson stolen out of his garage.

Lost letters
March 19: A woman reported lost mail on Palmer Drive.

Loose
March 17: Deputies at a Green Landing Court residence accidentally let a dog loose while serving a restraining order. They made several attempts to reach the homeowner.

Sister, sister
March 16: An 18-year-old woman and her 11-year-old sister were reportedly caught shoplifting at a Palmer Drive supermarket. Both were cited and released.

Love, long distance
March 14: A 60-year-old man with a foreign national bride was reportedly scammed by an Internet company that agreed to help bring her to the country.

In the act
March 13: Deputies responded to a Fairway Drive burglary in progress and identified a 29-year-old suspect.

New name
March 11: A man contacted by deputies on Coach Lane reportedly gave a false name. When his real name was discovered the 33-year-old man was arrested for an outstanding warrant.

“Green” Valley
March 9: An EID employee reportedly found marijuana and a pipe while doing maintenance at a Green Valley Road pump station.

Phony
March 9: A Knollwood Drive resident handed over fake money orders he received from an e-mail scam.

Where are my shoes?
March 9: A man’s belt, wallet without identification and a pair of white shoes were found on Los Santos Drive.

BIG party
March 5: Approximately 400 people attended a party on Malachite Drive, during which the homeowner found himself in handcuffs.

Dollar deals
March 4: Two suspects, ages 27 and 30, reportedly confessed to shoplifting from the Dollar Store on Coach Lane but store officials didn’t sign citizens arrest forms and the two men were released.

Bad high
March 3: Deputies conduction an investigation following an overdose reportedly found two people under the influence of heroin in a Cambridge Road home. The 27-year-old man and the 22-year-old woman were arrested.

Scary threat
March 3: A 13-year-old boy reportedly threatened another student with a scalpel at a Green Valley Road school.

Violation
March 3: Deputies on Country Club Drive arrested a 53-year-old woman who reportedly violated her probation.

Big fight
Feb. 28: Two girls, ages 13 and 14, reportedly assaulted another girl at a Cameron Park school. The victim reportedly lost consciousness and was taken to the hospital. The suspects were arrested and taken to juvenile hall.

Purse gone
Feb. 28: A victim reported the theft of her purse on Cameron Park Drive.

Getting control
Feb. 28: A 28-year-old woman and another suspect were arrested on Merrychase Drive after deputies reportedly found them in possession of a controlled substance.

No ride for 30 days
Feb. 28: A 21-year-old driver received a citation and lost his vehicle for 30 days after a deputy pulled him over on Cameron park Drive and reportedly found the suspect had no license.

Violation
Feb. 28:  A deputy pulled over a vehicle on Cambridge Road for alleged equipment violations but reportedly arrested the 27-year-old driver on drug-related charges.

Dine-n-dash
Feb. 27: Four unidentified men allegedly at at a Coach Lane restaurant and left without paying.

Unprepared driver
Feb. 26: A traffic stop for expired registration on Palmer Drive netted a 22-year-old driver who reportedly didn’t have a license or proof of insurance. She received a citation.

Easy access
Feb. 25: A 27-year-old woman reported that someone stole her purse from her unlocked car parked on La Canada Court.

In public
Feb. 24: A 25-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on La Crescenta Drive.

Linked
Feb. 23: A deputy assisting the CHP on a Durock Road traffic stop reported that the vehicle pulled over was reported stolen. A 23-year-old woman was arrested.

Mowed down

Feb. 21: A Green Glen Road resident reported the theft of his lawnmower.

Freedom cut short
Feb. 21: Deputies arrested a 35-year-old man they reportedly found with a methamphetamine pipe and a knife on La Crescenta Drive.

Teen trouble
Feb. 19: A 17-year-old boy was booked into juvenile hall after he reportedly vandalized his family’s home during a fight with his mother.

Empty handed
Feb. 18: An unidentified man reportedly pilfered through a wallet during a funeral on Country Club Drive. Nothing was taken.

Scoot over
Feb. 18: A Kimberly Road resident turned in a scooter found on residential property.

Vehicle targeted
Feb. 18: Three people reported a vehicle burglaries on Wentworth Road and Montclair Road.

Caught
Feb. 17: A 19-year-old may was reportedly caught shoplifting at a Coach Lane grocery store.

Sweating over this
Feb. 16: Someone forcibly entered a locked vehicle on Greenwood Lane and stole  gym bag.

Skipped away
Feb. 16: A thief made off with a grader/skip loader parked at a Rodeo Road construction site.

Laptop lifted
Feb. 15: A De Sabla Court resident reported that someone stole a laptop and external hard drive left in a vehicle overnight.

Key club
Feb. 15: Another De Sabla Court resident reported that a thief stole keys left in one vehicle and used those to access another vehicle.

Stop the music
Feb. 15 a 27-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman were arrested after they allegedly tried to steal MP3 players and headphones from the Green Valley Road CVS/Pharmacy.

Mary Jane at school
Feb. 14: A 16-year-old boy received a citation after he allegedly brought marijuana on a Green Valley Road school campus.

De problem
Feb. 13: A vehicle burglary was reported on De Sabla Road.

Trouble on the street
Feb. 9: Deputies arrested a 56-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Cameron Park Drive.

Fakes
Feb. 7: A 35-year-old man went to jail and a 37-year-old woman received a citation after a deputy found the two in a vehicle parked on Merrychase Drive. The deputy discovered the man had a warrant for his arrest and also reportedly found drug paraphernalia and a controlled substance in the vehicle.

Piping mad
Feb. 7: A construction company representative reported the theft of copper pipe from a Rodeo Road construction site.

Aim … fire
Feb. 6: A 14-year-old boy told law enforcement officers another teen shot an air rifle in his direction on La Canada Drive.

Missing mail
Feb. 3: A Royal Drive resident reported mail theft.

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