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EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 5-10

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

Triple trouble
Dec. 5: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old man on Monte Verde Drive on suspicion of driving with a suspended license and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect also had an outstanding warrant.

Converter theft
Dec. 5: Someone stole a vehicle’s catalytic converter on Belhaven Way.

Two-wheel theft
Dec. 5: A bicycle was reported stolen in Town Center.

Unplanned
Dec. 6: A thief smashed a vehicle’s window on Francisco Drive and stole a day planner containing personal information.

Busted
Dec. 7: A 17-year-old boy reportedly resisted officers after being found in possession of stolen items at a Park Drive business. The suspect was arrested.

All about the Benjamin
Dec. 8: A 14-year-old boy was arrested after a $100 bill went missing from a frame inside a Dana Loop building. Other teens are suspected accomplices.

Burgled
Dec. 9: A burglary was reported on Valley View Parkway.

Vehicle theft
Dec. 9: Thieves stole items from a possibly unlocked vehicle parked on Rolph Way.

Unusual find
Dec. 10: A vehicle was found in a lake near Planeta Way. Circumstances are unknown at this time.

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