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Crime Watch:July 26 through Aug. 1

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

Register raided
July 26: Thieves broke into a Vine Street business and stole money from the cash register.

Wobbly walker
July 27: Deputies took a 29-year-old man to jail after they found him walking on El Dorado Hills Boulevard and reportedly determined the man could not care for himself due to intoxication. He was later released.

Stealing spree
July 27: A grand theft was reported on Park Drive. Another unrelated grand theft report came from a Valley View Parkway resident.

Out on the town
July 27: Deputies picked up a 38-year-old man who had outstanding warrants on Town Center Boulevard. His vehicle was towed to a storage area.

Stop calling
July 27: A man reported that someone had been calling him up to 50 times a day, claiming that the victim owed money.

Girl fight
July 28: Two women, ages 54 and 55, reportedly got into a fight on Valley View Parkway. Deputies completed a report but did not make any arrests.

Prowling around
July 28: Deputies identified a 19-year-old man as a possible prowler on Capetanios Drive. The case was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for review.

Almost
July 29: An attempted burglary was reported on Powers Drive. Deputies interviewed the victims and investigated the scene but did not identify any suspects.

Too much
July 29: Deputies arrested a 22-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Birmingham Court.

Workplace violence
July 30: A 25-year-old man reported that a 50-year-old coworker allegedly assaulted him while at their Post Street place of employment. The case was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office for review.

Unsuccessful
July 31: An attempted burglary was reported at a Vine Street business.

Unappreciated art
July 31: Someone painted graffiti on El Dorado Hills Community Services District property on Harvard Way.

Pills pilfered
July 31: A thief swiped medication left in an unlocked vehicle parked on Valley View Parkway.

Ring, ring
Aug. 1: A cell phone was found on Lafayette Drive and turned into the Sheriff’s Department.

No way to knock
Aug. 1: A Concordia Drive resident reported that someone tried to kick in his front door.

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