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EDH Crime Watch: Feb. 16-22

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

Robbed
Feb. 18: Three men in their 20s were reportedly robbed at gunpoint on Embarcadero Drive. Suspects have been identified.

Off to juvi
Feb. 18: A 15-year-old boy allegedly struck his mother with a broom and a bottle of cleaning liquid at their Valley View Parkway home. The teen was arrested.

Gone and back
Feb. 18: A Souza Drive resident reported a ring stolen by a guest at the home. The ring was later anonymously returned.

What’s that?
Feb. 20: A male juvenile was reportedly spotted walking on Governor Drive with a handgun. No one was arrested.

Undaunted
Feb. 20: A burglar broke into a Daunting Drive home and stole jewelry.

Look what I found
Feb. 21: A shotgun was found at a residence and turned into the Town Center substation.

Liar, liar
Feb. 22: A 20-year-old man allegedly called 911 and reported a home invasion robbery on Rocky Ridge Way. The report was later determined to be false.

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