The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriffs reports:
Too much trouble
March 1: A Boulder Ridge Road resident reported vandalism to his property and told deputies a woman has been harassing him.
March 1: Someone burglarized a Fairchild Drive home.
March 2: A grand theft was reported on Francisco Drive.
March 2: A Town Center shopper reported his vehicle burglarized on Town Center Boulevard.
March 2: Deputies spotted a vehicle burglary in progress and gave chase but had to stop due to the suspect’s reckless driving.
March 2: A St. Andrews Drive resident reported someone peeping into the home’s window.
March 3: Vandals defaced church property on Rossmore Lane, causing about $1,000 in damages.
March 3: An unknown suspect broke into a foreclosed Malcom Dixon Road home, apparently with the intent to hold a party there, but fled before deputies arrived.
March 3: Someone cut locks and barbed wire at the EID property on Sophia Parkway but nothing appeared to be missing.
March 4: Someone spray painted graffiti on a Fawn Creek Way property.
March 4: A thief stole an electronic device from an unlocked vehicle parked on Ranken Place.
March 5: A 17-year-old boy reportedly threw a metal chair at his 20-year-old brother during an argument at a Melrose Court home. The teen was cited and released.
March 5: Vandals damaged an Almond Ridge Court home under construction, causing more than $400 in damage.
March 5: A grand theft was reported on Stanford Lane.
March 5: A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Shasta Circle was reported.
More Town center trouble
March 5: A victim reported that someone broke into her vehicle parked on Town Center Boulevard and stole items.
Bad paint job
March 5: Vandals spray painted a Hillsdale Circle business, leaving behind more than $400 in damages.
Another vehicle victimized
March 5: A vehicle burglary was reported on King Edward Drive.
March 7: A residential burglary was reported on Frascati Drive.