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EDH Crime Watch: Jan 4-11

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

Lasting message
Jan. 4: A vandal wrote graffiti on ¬†Fairchild Drive resident’s driveway.

Easy steal
Jan. 4: A thief spotted some unlocked vehicles parked on Willowdale Drive and stole numerous items.

Keyed
Jan. 5: Someone keyed a car parked on Stanford Lane.

Just grand
Jan. 5: A grand theft was reported on Aspen Meadows.

Vandals at work
Jan. 5: Medici Way residents reported vandalism.

Parent-teacher confrontation
Jan. 6: A woman reportedly walked on to a Silva Valley Road school campus without registering at the office and disrupted school activities when she confronted a teacher.

Road rage
Jan. 6: Two men, ages 47 and 42, reportedly got into a fist fight after a traffic incident on Governor Drive. Neither pressed charges.

Out in the open
Jan. 6: A woman left her purse in plain view in a parked car on Salmon Falls Road and returned to find it stolen.

Burglarized
Jan. 7: A Rolph Way resident reported that someone entered her closed garage and stole her purse left inside a vehicle parked inside. The victims credit cards were later used in Sacramento.

Forced open
Jan. 7: A Barcelona Drive resident discovered that someone had forced open the home’s front door. Nothing appeared to be missing.

Out of control
Jan. 8: Deputies responding to a call on Tanbark Oak Court arrested a 23-year-old woman on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance.

Texting mix up
Jan. 8: An El Dorado Hills Fire Department employee reported receiving suspicious text messages. Deputies investigated and determined the sender had misdialed.

Al lot of woe
Jan. 9: A Woedee drive resident reported a grand theft.

Pretty petty
Jan. 9: A petty theft was reported on Harvard Way.

Bogus Benjamin
Jan. 9: A fake $100 bill was found on Valley View Parkway and turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.

What a scene
Jan. 9: A daytime burglary was reported on Scenic Drive.

Aww nuts!
Jan. 10: A petty theft was reported on Hazelnut Drive.

Open doors
Jan. 10: Thefts from unlocked vehicles were reported on Greenview Drive and Trevi Way.

Cleaning house
Jan. 10: A Woodthrush Drive resident reported that over the past few months items have gone missing from her home. She suspects the cleaning crew.

Stolen Jesus
Jan. 10: Someone stole the baby Jesus from an outdoor nativity scene on Bridlewood Drive.

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