Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch Dec. 28 – Jan. 4

By January 5, 2012

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

Unlicensed
Dec. 28: Deputies cited two men, ages 21 and 23, on Glenmore Way after they reportedly determined the suspects were soliciting without a license.

Vandals strike
Dec. 29: A Crestline Circle resident reported vandalism.

More than prying eyes
Dec. 29: A Merriam Lane resident reported that someone tried to break into his home by prying at two doors and two window frames.

Funny money
Dec. 29: A Beatty Drive business owner  reported that one of her employees found a counterfeit bill. It was turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.

After sunset
Dec. 29: A 20-year-old woman was cited for alleged possession of drug paraphernalia after deputies spotted her in an Alexandra Drive park after sunset.

Celebrating too much
Dec. 31: Deputies responded to a disturbance call on Sapphire Way and found several reportedly intoxicated people who allegedly fought. No one desired prosecution.

On the roof
Dec. 31: Someone vandalized the metal roof vents at a Salisbury Drive school.

Tried to get in
Jan. 1: An attempted burglary was reported on Peggy Lane.

Door damaged
Jan. 2: Someone tried to force open an Amer Way home’s door to gain entry. The suspect was unsuccessful.

Burgled
Jan. 2: A residential burglary was reported on Morgan Court.

Graffiti
Jan. 3:  Vandals spray-painted a Harvard Way school’s property.

Celebratory leftovers
Jan. 4: A concerned resident round fireworks remnants on Shasta Circle and turned them in at the sheriff’s substation.

Noel Stack

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