Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: June 7-13

By From page A2 | June 20, 2012

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

When vandals strike
June 7: Vandalism was reported on Sonora Court.

Rough ride home
June 7: A 22-year-old woman reported that someone stole her vehicle’s tire, leaving the rim, while the car was parked on El Dorado Hills Boulevard.

Mail theft
June 8: Mail was stolen at Ridgeview Drive.

Swiped
June 8: Someone stole items from a vehicle parked on Latham Lane.

Tree toppled
June 8: A Belhaven Way resident reported that someone cut down a tree in his back yard.

Purse pilfered
June 8: A woman returned to her vehicle parked on Post Street and found a window busted and her purse gone.

Playing with fire
June 9: A man returned to his vehicle parked on Town Center Boulevard and discovered his fire fighting gear missing.

Got away
June 9: Sheriff’s deputies assisted the CHP in pursuit of a motorcyclist on Salmon Falls Road but the suspect was not apprehended.

Teen tantrum
June 10: A 17-year-old girl reportedly vandalized a vehicle parked on Meredith Place. The victim did not want to pursue charges.

Too much
June 10: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old man on suspicion of disorderly conduct after he allegedly made a scene at an Embarcadero Drive bar.

Multiple thefts
June 10: Several vehicles parked on Silkwood Place were burglarized. Other vehicle burglaries were reported on Nawal Drive and Hazelnut Circle the same day.

Gone too far
June 10: Deputies investigating a disturbance call on Park Drive arrested a 37-year-old woman after she reportedly became physically uncooperative.

Under construction
June 11: Vandals hit a partially built home on Greenview Drive, causing damage and stealing some items.

Another vehicle targeted
June 11: A vehicle burglary was reported on Stanford Lane.

Table lifted
June 11: A Chilton Place resident reported that someone stole her patio table and chairs as well as flower pots from her front porch.

Noel Stack

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