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El Dorado Hills Crime Watch: Sept. 6-14

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

Converting to crime
Sept. 14: Thieves stole a catalytic converter from a truck parked on Applegrove Circle.

Open door
Sept. 13: A Kensington Drive resident left a garage door open overnight, giving a thief the opportunity to swipe some items.

Almost
Sept. 13: A Highland Hills Drive resident reported that someone tried to break into his home.

Just grand
Sept. 13: A grand theft was reported on Penniman Drive.

More vandalism
Sept. 12: A Calgary Court resident reported vandalism in his neighborhood.

Positively petty
Sept. 12: A petty theft was reported at a Town Center business.

Not amusing
Sept. 11: A 26-year-old woman and a 46-year-old man were arrested on suspicion of drug-related charges after deputies responded to a possible burglary on Muse Drive.

Theft
Sept. 11: Deputies investigated a burglary on Mormon Island Drive.

Gone
Sept. 10: Deputies responded to an alleged assault in town Center but the unidentified suspect had left.

Slowed down
Sept. 9: A 31-year-old man reportedly speeding through an apartment complex allegedly fled from deputies after they responded to a call on Dianthus Lane. He was caught and arrested.

Dumpster diving
Sept. 9: Deputies reportedly found a 24-year-old man in an enclosed trash area on Hawks Flight Circle after business employees called to report a suspicious vehicle. The man was scolded and released.

Bad taste
Sept. 9: Vandalism was reported on Chateau Montelana Drive.

Ahh, man!
Sept. 7: A thief smashed a vehicle’s window on Manning Drive and stole a book bag and wallet left on the floorboard.

Big haul
Sept. 6: Burglars broke into a Guadalupe Drive home and stole jewelry, electronics and a rifle.

Pretty petty
Sept. 6: A petty theft was reported on Tramezzo Way.

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