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EDH Crime Watch: Jan. 2-8

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

Vandals strike
Jan. 2: Vandalism was reported on Wilson Boulevard.

Busted
Jan. 3: A deputy interrupted an apparent vehicle burglary in a Park Drive parking lot and arrested the 20-year-old suspect who was reportedly found with hypodermic needles.

Too loud
Jan. 4: A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of disturbing the peace after throwing a loud party at a Stonehurst Drive home.

Break-in
Jan. 4: A White Rock Road restaurant was burglarized.

Tools taken
Jan. 4: A thief broke into a Wilson Boulevard garage and stole tools.

Un-neighborly
Jan. 6: A Copper Lantern Court resident reported that he had an argument with a neighbor who made threatening and obscene comments.

Meds gone
Jan. 7: An unidentified thief walked into a White Rock Road home via an unlocked door and stole medication.

200 grand
Jan.7: An unknown suspect stole more than $200,000 from a Breese Circle resident’s accounts.

Open door
Jan. 7: Someone took several items left inside an unlocked vehicle parked on Ore Cart Court.

Converter theft
Jan. 8: Thieves stole a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked on Town Center Boulevard.

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