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EDH Crime Watch: Jan. 9-15

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

Botched theft
Jan. 9: Someone tried to steal a vehicle parked on Hidden Bridge Drive.

Car trouble
Jan. 9: A thief broke into a vehicle parked on Alexandra Drive and stole several items.

Corporate theft
Jan. 9: A Blue Shield employee allegedly stole several company-owned laptop computers.

Uninvited
Jan. 10: Property managers at a Valley View Parkway apartment complex requested extra patrol after they found an unidentified man sleeping in the complex’s utility room as well as drug paraphernalia.

Keyed
Jan. 10: A vandal damaged a vehicle parked on Investment Drive.

Did he buy a car with that?
Jan. 10: Someone passed a $20 bill at the Mercedes-Benz dealership on Mercedes Lane.

Busted
Jan. 11: Vandals broke two windows out of a vehicle parked on Vine Street.

Vandals strike
Jan. 12: An Amherst Way resident reported that several juveniles had damaged his property.

Just browsing
Jan. 14: Someone broke into a Lakeridge Oaks Drive home and rummaged through a vehicle. Nothing was reported missing.

Royal pain
Jan. 15: mail was reportedly stolen on King Richard Drive.

Working out?
Jan. 15: A suspicious person was reported at the Francisco Drive Snap Fitness.

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