Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Aug. 8-15

By From page A2 | August 22, 2012

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

Busy vandals
Aug. 8: Vandalism was reported on Town Center Boulevard and Corsica Drive.

Letters lifted
Aug. 9: A Springburn Way resident reported her mail stolen.

Vehicle targeted
Aug. 11: Vandals damaged a vehicle pared on Town Center Boulevard.

Caught
Aug. 11: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old man on suspicion of vandalism on Valley View Parkway.

Just in time
Aug. 11: Nine suspects ages 17 and 18 were arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats when they reportedly showed up at a Ravenshoe Way home after allegedly sending threatening messages to the victim.

Look, a wallet
Aug. 12: A wallet was turned over to deputies in Town Center.

Tech theft
Aug. 12:  Thieves broke into a Valley View Parkway apartment and stole two laptops and a Wii gaming system.

Looks suspicious
Aug. 13: A 46-year-old man went to jail after deputies responding to a suspicious person report in Town Center spotted the suspect, who was allegedly in possession of a controlled substance.

I want my backpack back
Aug. 14: Someone broke into a vehicle  parked at Town Center and stole a backpack.

Push comes to shove
Aug. 14: Two men ages 70 and 56 reportedly got into a shoving match when arguing about the price of a service at a Breese Circle home.

Online justice
Aug. 15: A Villagio Drive resident reported an online theft and the suspect was arrested in Georgia.

Noel Stack

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