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EDH Crime Watch: Feb. 8-15

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

Gate gone
Feb. 8: Homeowners who bought a Terracina Drive property at auction reported that the previous homeowners stole a dog gate and damages the cement.

Keys found
Feb. 8: A set of car keys was found on Latham Lane and turned into the Sheriff’s Department.

Feeling down
Feb. 8: A would-be shoplifter reportedly admitted to trying to steal alcohol from Nugget Market, telling authorities he suffered from relationship problems.

Art heist
Feb. 8: A thief walked into a White Rock Road art gallery and reportedly stole three lithograph pictures worth $19,500 while the gallery owners were in a back room.

High times
Feb. 8: Deputies cited two 19-year-old men who were reportedly smoking marijuana onĀ Terracina Drive.

Family feud
Feb. 9: A 16-year-old girl reportedly got physical with her parents during an argument on Beechnut Drive.

Burglary
Feb. 10: A Capetanios Drive resident reported a residential burglary. A possible suspect has been identified.

Trying to get in?
Feb. 10: An employee at a White Rock Road storage yard reported that someone tampered with a gate.

Towed
Feb. 10: Deputies stopped an 18-year-old driver on Silva Valley Parkway and reportedly found the vehicle had expired registration. The vehicle was towed and the driver was cited.

Unhappy rider
Feb. 11: A quad motorcycle was reported stolen from a storage shed on Harvard Way.

Vandals busy
Feb. 12: Vandalism was reported on Powfoot Place.

Another home burglary
Feb. 12: A hearthstone Place resident reported a break in.

Dizzy driver
Feb. 12: Deputies spotted a 40-year-old man allegedly driving recklessly on Golden Eagle Lane. The man was pulled over and cited.

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