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EDH Crime Watch: March 20-26

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

In the bush
March 20: Marijuana and drug paraphernalia was found in a Dunwood Drive bush.

Busted
March 20: Deputies on Park Drive arrested a 40-year-old man on suspicion of possessing marijuana and possessing marijuana for sale. Possible charges related to child endangerment could be added.

Gas guzzler
March 21: A Thief stole fuel from a vehicle parked on Robert J Mathews Parkway.

Big bang
March 21: A Brisbane Circle resident accidentally discharged a firearm.

Car trouble
March 21: A man on Gullane Way reported that he’s made payments on a vehicle he’s allowed his ex-girlfriend to drive for two years but recently could not get the vehicle back.

Go to the office
March 24: A local school principal reported vandalism to his Whistler’s Bend Way home.

Stolen
March 24: A petty theft was reported on Dunwood Drive.

Open door
March 24: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Brackenwood Place.

Burgled
March 24: A burglary was reported on Platt Circle.

Tools taken
March 25: Thieves entered a locked Windplay Drive business and stole several tools.

Pretty petty
March 26: A petty theft was reported on Crestline Circle.

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