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EDH Crime Watch: Jan. 16-20

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

Surprise intruder
Jan. 16: A Hensley Circle resident reported that someone attempted to break into her home while she was at home.

Weapon on campus
Jan. 17: A 13-year-old boy received a citation for allegedly bringing a razor blade to his Francisco Drive school.

Get a hotel
Jan. 18: Deputies were informed that a 20-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman were illegally sleeping at a Valley View Parkway apartment complex.

Puppy snatched
Jan. 18: A woman reported that someone stole her puppy left inside a vehicle parked on Town Center Boulevard. The puppy was later recovered by its owner and a 51-year-old suspect has been identified.

Open door
Jan. 19: A thief stole a purse left in an unlocked vehicle parked on Brackenwood Place and later used the victim’s debit card.

What’s in the garage?
Jan. 19: Thieves entered an unlocked Anastasia Drive garage and stole several items.

Stop warranted
Jan. 19: Deputies arrested a 23-year-old man during an El Dorado Hills Boulevard traffic stop. the suspect had several outstanding warrants.

Busted
Jan. 20: Someone broke a Town Center business’ window.

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