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EDH Crime Watch: Feb. 7-13

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

Bad aim
Feb. 8: An accidental gunshot wound was reported on Springburn Way. Two firearms were taken by deputies for safekeeping.

Pretty petty
Feb. 8: A 13-year-old boy reported a petty theft on Silva Valley Parkway.

Illegal cargo
Feb. 8: An 18-year-old man was cited for allegedly having marijuana in his vehicle, which was parked on the high school campus.

Wandering in
Feb. 8: A 34-year-old man allegedly trespassed on Marble Mountain Road property. When deputies caught up with him they found the suspect had an outstanding warrant and arrested him.

Got your plates
Feb. 9: An unknown man walked into a Francisco Drive store, swiped and bottle of alcohol and fled. Surveillance cameras caught the incident and recorded the license plate of the getaway vehicle.

Too much
Feb. 9: Deputies arrested a 67-year-old woman on suspicion of public intoxication on Embarcadero Drive.

Fight
Feb. 10: Deputies responded to a brawl in Town Center. None of the participants desired prosecution.

Wallet gone
Feb. 13: A man reported his wallet went missing on Park Drive.

 

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