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EDH Crime Watch: March 14-18

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

Vandalism
March 14: Vandals damaged property on Dymaxion Way.

Rode away
March 15: Someone stole a bicycle parked in an open Stonebridge Street garage.

More vandalism
March 16: A Calias Way resident reported vandalism to her property.

Foul play
March 16: Someone stole baseball equipment left in an unlocked vehicle parked on Stanford Lane.

Even more vandalism
March 16: Vandalism was reported on Lakeridge Oaks Drive.

Too young
March 16: Deputies cited a 16-year-old boy for petty theft and possession of alcohol on Post Street.

Swiped
March 17: Thieves stole multiple items, including a bank card, from a vehicle parked on Alexandra Drive.

Cash grab
March 17: Someone broke into a vehicle parked on Beechwood Drive and stole money left inside.

Double catch
March 18: During a traffic stop on Town Center Boulevard deputies reportedly discovered that the driver did not have a license and the passenger had an outstanding warrant. They arrested a 20-year-old woman and a 32-year-old man.

Open down
March 18: A woman reported a theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Powers Drive.

Yep, more vandalism
March 18: Vandals struck on Bonita Drive.

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