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EDH Crime Watch: April 10-16

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

Burgled
April 10: A burglary was reported on Wyndham Place.

Tagged
April 10: Deputies found a vehicle with false registration tags parked in Town Center. They tagged it for towing.

Open door
April 11: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Stoneman Way.

Jewels gone
April 11: A Ruscello Court resident reported several pieces of jewelry missing from her home. She suspects painters who had done work on the outside of her home.

Converter thefts
April 11: Two catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles parked in Town Center.

More jewelry stolen
April 11: Thieves broke into a Monte Verde Drive home and stole a large amount of jewelry.

Booze run
April 11: An unidentified suspect stole bottles of alcohol from a Park Drive business.

Vandals busy
April 11: Vandals damages a light post and a mailbox on Kind Edward Drive.

Attack
April 12: Man reported that someone displayed a knife in a threatening manner and someone else hit him in the head during an argument in Town Center. The suspects have not been identified.

Tenant  trouble
April 13: A Lida Court property owner reported items stolen and told deputies a former tenant could be responsible.

Spill
April 13: A hazardous material spill was reported on Scenic Court.

Noisy neighbor
April 13: A Ranken Place resident reported that someone was playing loud music and refused to turn it down.

Break-ins
April 14: A Felton Way home under construction was burglarized. Another home burglary was reported on Concordia Drive.

Vehicle targeted
April 14: Vehicle vandalism was reported on Turquoise Way.

Royal pain
April 15: A vehicle burglary was reported on King George Drive.

Problem partygoer
April 15: Someone stole multiple items from a Jared Place home while the homeowners’ son threw a party.

Stolen
April 16: A petty theft was reported on Valley View Parkway.

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