Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 15-21

By From page A2 | December 22, 2011

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

Wallet lost
Dec. 15: A 20-year-old man reported losing his wallet on Town Center Boulevard.

Unwelcome sight
Dec. 15: Vandals painted graffiti on a Bevinger Drive residence.

Royal pain
Dec. 16: A grand theft was reported on King Edward Drive.

Hang up
Dec. 16: Deputies pulled over a 23-year-old man driving on Valley View parkway after they reportedly spotted him using his cell phone while driving. Further investigation revealed that the suspect was allegedly intoxicated. He was arrested.

Uninvited
Dec. 17: A would-be thief reportedly forced his way into a Kensington Drive residence while the homeowner was home. The suspect fled the scene.

Open door
Dec. 18: A Patterson Way resident reported a burglary from his open garage.

Sleep it off
Dec. 19: A 19-year-old man allegedly intoxicated in public on Alexandra Way was contacted by deputies and released.

Oh, bother!
Dec. 19: A British passport was reported lost on Souza Drive.

Shopper’s trouble
Dec. 20: Someone broke into a vehicle parked at Town Center.

Burgled
Dec. 20: A burglary was reported on Winfield Way.

Determined to get in
Dec. 20: A thief forced open the window of a vehicle parked on Outrigger Drive and stole items.

Ringing the culprit
Dec. 21: An Aberdeen Lane resident reported a ring missing and, after her own investigation, was able to recover it. She declined further assistance from deputies.

Drafty in here
Dec. 21: Someone removed a window from a Windplay Drive corner office but nothing appeared to be missing.

Noel Stack

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