Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Dec. 7-14

By From page A2 | December 15, 2011

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

Slate stolen
Dec. 7: A Breese Circle resident reported that someone stole a pallet of construction slate from his side yard.

Pried open
Dec. 8: Thieves used a crowbar to pry open six Olson Lane apartment garages. They then rummaged through the vehicles parked inside.

Grand theft
Dec. 8: A grand theft was reported on Suncast Lane.

Woes on Wilson
Dec. 9: A vehicle burglary was reported on Wilson Boulevard.

Don’t push it
Dec. 10: A 57-year-old man reported pushed a 45-year-old man on Park Drive.

If there’s a burglary in the woods …
Dec. 10: A Muir Woods Court resident reported that burglars entered the home by forcing their way in through the master bedroom and stole numerous purses and electronics.

Gas station burglary
Dec. 11: The owner of a Town Center gas station reported $2,300 in cash and property stolen.

Theft, interrupted
Dec. 11: A Robert J Mathews Parkway business owner reported that he interrupted two suspects stealing copper wire from his business.

Smart to stay away
Dec. 12: A female Oak Ridge High School student reported that a black adult male driving a white, full-size van made comments on her appearance and tried to get her to come over to his vehicle.

Ah, nuts!
Dec. 12: A garage burglary was reported on Hazelnut Circle.

Family matter
Dec. 12: A Ridgeview Drive resident reported that his 53-year-old daughter stole jewelry and a credit card later used for fraudulent purchases.

Sins at Serrano
Dec. 13: Vandalism was reported on Serrano Parkway.

Noel Stack

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