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EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 26 through Jan. 2

Naked wrist
Dec. 26: A Aliso Way resident reported a bracelet stolen from her home, possibly by a housekeeper.

Jewel heist
Dec. 27: An 18-year-old girl is suspected of taking nearly $6,000 worth of jewelry from an Orchid Shade Drive residence. The victim made the report for insurance purposes but did not desire prosecution.

Sticky fingers
Dec. 27: A petty theft was reported on Turquoise Way.

Burgled
Dec. 28: A burglary was reported on El Dorado Hills Boulevard.

Job perk
Dec. 28: A Terracina Drive employer reported that a former employee had not returned a cell phone given to her during her employment.

Double trouble
Dec. 29: Deputies arrested a 24-year-old woman on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance and a 41-year-old man for allegedly driving with a suspended license in El Dorado Hills Town Center.

Gotcha
Dec. 29: A 20-year-old man was arrested after allegedly trying to steal from a Francisco Drive business.

Brass spots the brass
Dec. 29: Deputies contacted a 19-year-old man on Lennox drive and reportedly found him in possession of brass knuckles. The suspect was arrested.

Party cut short
Dec. 31: A 23-year-old man celebrating New Year’s Eve in Town Center was reportedly found intoxicated and provided deputies false identification. Upon learning the man’s real name, officers found several warrants out for his arrest. He was taken into custody.

End of year mischief
Dec. 31: Petty thefts from vehicles were reported on Vine Street and Carasco Court.

New Year excitement
Jan. 1: Deputies arrested a 38-year-old woman on suspicion of disorderly conduct at Town Center.

Scar in the paint
Jan. 1: Someone scratched a vehicle’s paint while it was parked on Stanford Lane.

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