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Crime Watch: Jan. 18-25

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

Pipe down
Jan. 18: A 16-year-old boy received a citation after he was allegedly caught with a smoking pipe on a Harvard Way school campus.

No smoking
Jan. 19: A 15-year-old boy will head to court after a deputy reportedly found him in possession of smoking paraphernalia and a cigarette on Valley View Parkway.

Here you go
Jan. 21: Deputies took a 16-year-old boy home to his dad after reportedly finding the teen intoxicated on Harvard Way.

Scrambled
Jan. 22: A Warren Lane resident reported that someone threw eggs at his home and vehicle.

Shady crime
Jan. 22: Thieves broke into a St. Andrews Drive business as stole about 100 pairs of sunglasses.

Royal pain
Jan. 23: A thief broke into a vehicle parked on Queen Anne Court and stole cash.

Burgled
Jan. 23: A burglary was reported on Agora Way.

Rummaging roommate?
Jan. 23: A 19-year-old woman living in a Valley View Parkway apartment reported theft of personal items. She suspects a roommate.

Open door
Jan. 23: A theft from an unlocked vehicle on Whistlers Bend Way was reported.

Unsuccessful heist
Jan. 25: Thieves tried to steal the stereo from a vehicle parked on Valley View Parkway but could not get it out.

 

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