Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: June 13-20

By From page A2 | June 27, 2012

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

Not amusing
June 13: A burglary was reported on Muse Drive.

Better safe …
June 13: Two unidentified juveniles allegedly stole condoms from a Park Drive business.

Found
June 13: A woman turned over a wallet she found on Promontory Point Drive.

Bum deal
June 13: A Guadalupe Drive resident reported that two people who came to his home to purchase an item he posted for sale online stole his company laptop left in his vehicle.

Familiar crime
June 13: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked on Vine Street.

No role model
June 13: Deputies arrested a 19-year-old man after they reportedly determined the suspect had smoked marijuana with a 16-year-old girl inside a van parked on Beatty Drive.

Loose letters
June 14: Deputies retrieved mail found in the middle of the road on Gresham Drive and delivered it to its rightful receiver.

Pretty petty
June 14: A petty theft was reported on Rolph Way.

Burgled
June 14: A burglary was reported on Arches Avenue.

Vandalism spree
June 14: Incidents of vandalism were reported on Seven Oaks Court, Waterman Court and Shawnee Court.

Tagged
June 15: Someone spray painted graffiti on the Oak Ridge High School campus on Harvard Way.

Bad influence
June 15: Deputies arrested a 21-year-old man on Lennox Drive after reportedly determining the suspect was under the influence of a controlled substance.

That’s confidential
June 17: A petty theft was reported on Birchtree Circle and the victim told deputies she was concerned that thieves may have stolen sensitive material related to her job.

Vandals return
June 18: Vandalism was reported on Canterbury Circle.

More theft
June 18: A petty theft was reported on Green Valley Road.

Fruit attack
June 18: A 15-year-old boy allegedly threw an apple at a Torazzo Way residence, striking the victim’s vehicle. No damage was done.

Ruining playtime
June 19: Vandals melted a hole in a slide and damaged a shade cover at a Bass Lake Road playground.

Noel Stack

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