Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: July 4-11

By From page A2 | July 18, 2012

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

Lost along the way
July 4: A 21-year-old man reported his cell phone and wallet taken after they fell out of his pocket during an altercation on Valley View Parkway.

Behind the scenes
July 4: Vandals damaged a vehicle parked behind a Town Center business.

Up in smoke
July 5: A Cardiff Circle resident reported that an unknown man entered her garage and threw two smoke bombs inside.

Mystery attacker
July 5: An 18-year-old man admitted to the hospital has no recollection of who attacked him on Pescara Place.

While away
July 5: Two Montrose Way residents returned from vacation and discovered their home had been burglarized.

Let off easy
July 5: Three 17-year-old boys were reportedly identified as vandals, causing damage on Villagio Drive, but the victim did not request prosecution.

Working out
July 5: A 45-year-old man reported cash and a cell phone stolen while he exercised at a Post Street gym.

Inviting a brawl
July 5: A 74-year-old man received a citation after he allegedly threatened a 45-year-old man and kicked the victim’s vehicle on Town Center Boulevard.

To the point
July 5: A man reported that two men had brandished knives on Valley View Parkway.

School targeted
July 6: Someone vandalized a school on Salisbury Drive.

Rocked
July 7: A Platt Circle resident reported that someone threw rocks at the garage door, causing surface damage.

Big trouble
July 7: Deputies arrested a 24-year-old woman at her Tam O Shanter Drive home on suspicion of  possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, being under the influence of a controlled substance and on multiple warrants.

Powerless
July 8: A burglary was reported on Powers Drive.

Phone disappears
July 11: A 59-year-old man reported his cell phone lost at the Vine Street movie theater.

Noel Stack

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