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EDH Crime Watch: April 17-23

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

Glasses gone
April 17: A thief stole glasses, earrings and salon tools from an unlocked vehicle parked on Marina Park Drive.

Stolen
April 17: A petty theft was reported on Thalia Drive.

Smash and grab
April 18: A thief busted a vehicle’s window on Smokey Mountain Circle and stole a wallet. A similar vehicle burglary took place on Crestline Circle; a laptop was stolen.

More break-ins
April 18: Someone broke into two locked vehicles parked on Montridge Way.

Dumped
April 18: An unidentified man was spotted dumping wood on White Rock Road property. When confronted, the suspect fled the scene.

Phony tags
April 20: Deputies arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of displaying false registration tags and possession of marijuana following a traffic stop on White Rock Road.

Double trouble
April 21: A Valley View Parkway resident reported that someone vandalized and burglarized two vehicles.

Busted
April 21: Deputies arrested a 55-year-old man on suspicion of drug possession on Bass Lake Road.

Close call?
April 22: A man on Salmon Falls Road reported finding a possible bullet hole in his vehicle’s door.

Easy access
April 23: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Kensington Drive.

Vandals strike
April 23: Vandalism was reported on Suncast Lane and Windplay Drive.

Scam
April 23: A man pretending to be an El Dorado County deputy reportedly called a Ponta Delgado Court resident and tried to get her to send money. Several similar incidents were reported in other county communities.

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