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EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 19-25

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

On the job
Dec. 19: Someone pried open a vehicle’s door while the owner worked at El Dorado Hills Town Center.

Stolen
Dec. 19: A petty theft was reported on Aberdeen Lane.

Hard hit
Dec. 19: A person was reportedly head-butted during a fight on Embarcadero Drive and sustained a skull fracture and suffered from memory loss.

Scary threats
Dec. 21: A 23-year-old man allegedly threatened to kill another man on Van Cortlandt Court.

Double trouble
Dec. 22: Deputies patrolling in El Dorado Hills arrested a 52-year-old woman on suspicion of driving on a suspended license and possessing methamphetamine.

That’s no knock!
Dec. 22: A Stanford Lan resident reported that someone tried to kick in the front door while the homeowner was home.

More theft
Dec. 23: A petty theft was reported on Villagio Drive.

Who’s there?
Dec. 23: A Piazza Place reported that someone trespassed on his property and vandalized the property.

Smashed
Dec. 24: A 22-year-old man was injured in a fight on Embarcadero Drive after one suspect reportedly held the victim’s hands behind his back while a second suspect hit the victim in the head with a pint glass, causing a laceration.

Open door
Dec. 24: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Valley View Parkway.

Swiped
Dec. 24: Thieves took several items from a Windplay Drive business.

Guns gone
Dec. 24: Burglars broke into a Malcom-Dixon Road garage and stole firearms and tools.

Found
Dec. 24: A deputy located a stolen vehicle alongside W. Green Springs Drive.

Was this in the ad?
Dec. 24: A methamphetamine pipe was found at Target in Town Center.

Tussle
Dec. 25: A Beckett Drive resident reported that her roommate assaulted her.

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