Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Feb. 20-26

By From page A2 | March 05, 2014

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

Bad business
Feb. 20: A Heathcot Place resident reported that she paid a computer company to fix her computer but it failed to do so.

He’s got a weapon
Feb. 21: An unidentified man reportedly brandished a weapon in El Dorado Hills Town Center.

Double trouble
Feb. 22: Deputies detained two 16-year-old boys on suspicion of drug-related activity on Alyssum Circle. One was arrested; the other received a citation.

For sale, not stealing
Feb. 24: A thief accessed a Realtor’s lockbox at a Falkirk Drive home, entered the residence and stole more than $2,300 worth of items.

Interesting find
Feb. 24: Drug paraphernalia was located on Hawks Flight Court and turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.

Political uprising
Feb. 24: An unidentified man reportedly hit a woman who was gathering signatures to impeach Obama in Town Center. Witnesses attempted to detain the suspect but he fled in his vehicle, causing the Good Samaritans to fall.

Brotherly love
Feb. 24: A man reported finding drug paraphernalia in his brother’s vehicle. The items were booked for destruction.

Clean sweep
Feb. 25: A Hopkins Place housekeeper allegedly stole $1,000 worth of items, some of which has been returned but other items are still missing.

Ring gone
Feb. 25: A Macero Court resident reported that he lost a diamond ring.

Mom’s worried
Feb. 25: A Stonebriar Drive resident reported finding marijuana in her adult son’s bedroom.

Busted
Feb. 26: Deputies arrested a man on suspicion of drug possession on Park Drive.

Not so grand
Feb. 26: A grand theft was reported on Beckett Drive.

Noel Stack

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