Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Feb. 23-29

By From page A2 | March 07, 2012

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

Return my rent
Feb. 23: A Valley View Parkway apartment resident reported her rent stolen from the complex drop box.

Cabinet crasher
Feb. 23: Someone broke into a Mariposa Springs Drive home and ransacked the bathroom cabinets. Nothing appeared to be stolen.

License, please
Feb. 24: A 19-year-old man got a ride to jail after he was pulled over on White Rock Road and found allegedly driving without a license.

Guitar gone
Feb. 24: An Oak Ridge High School reported her guitar stolen from the music room.

Uninvited
Feb. 24: A Mendocino Way resident reported that someone unlawfully entered his home.

Teen in trouble
Feb. 25: A 16-year-old boy was cited after he allegedly gave deputies a false name and was reportedly found in possession of cigarettes and marijuana on Embarcadero Drive.

Nobody’s home
Feb. 25: Several people reportedly entered an uninhabited home on Encina Drive.

Lost and found
Feb. 26: During a search on White Rock Road deputies found a stolen GPS and returned it to its owner.

On camera
Feb. 27: Video surveillance caught suspects breaking into a Hillsdale Circle storage unit and stealing items.

Smash and shop
Feb. 27: Someone busted the window of a vehicle parked on Salmon Falls Road and stole a woman’s purse. Her credit card was later used at a local home improvement store and gas station.

Trouble at Town Center
Feb. 27: Three cars were broken into in Town Center and several items were taken.

Noel Stack

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