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EDH Crime Watch: July 11-18

Revenge
July 11: A 51-year-old allegedly disgruntled employee reportedly stole property belonging to a Golden Foothill Parkway medical office.

Taking the car
July 11: A Tam O Shanter Drive resident reported a suspicious subject arriving to take possession of their arrested daughter’s vehicle. The vehicle was not released to the suspicious subject.

Grand theft
July 12: A report of grand theft was made by a St. Andrews Drive resident.

Plate lost
July 13: A boat trailer plate was reported as lost or stolen on Green Valley Road.

Graffiti vandal
July 13: A King Henry Court resident reported graffiti and damage directed at teen daughter.

Boat safety
July 13: A citation was given to a suspect who was allegedly observed riding on the transom of a moving vessel at  Folsom Lake.

Found knife
July 13: A machete was located on the shoulder of Green Valley Road near Malcom Dixon Road and was booked into the Sheriff’s Office property room.

Walking the line
July 14: July 14: A 34-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication after he was found walking on Francisco Drive.

Stronger
July 14: Four unidentified men allegedly entered a local business and stole workout supplements on Town Center Boulevard.

While you were out
July 16: A 23-year-old woman reported that two flat-screened TVs and jewelry were stolen from her home on Moonstone Circle while she was at work.

Garage open
July 18: A couple on Copperwood Way discovered their vehicle searched through and garage door opener missing.

Forgery
July 18: A 54-year-old woman reported forgery by an unknown suspect on Post Street.

Car break in
July 18: A 53-year-old woman reported vehicle burglary by an unknown suspect on Lomond Drive.

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