Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: March 27 through April 3

By From page A2 | April 10, 2013

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

Tools taken
March 27: Someone stole tools and construction materials from a truck parked on Ventura Way.

Busted
March 28: Deputies arrested a 17-year-old boy found on Beechwood Court allegedly in possession of stolen items taken during a recent vehicle burglary. The suspect was also identified as a possible suspect in a separate vehicle burglary.

Open door
March 29: A thief took several items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Whistlers Bend Way.

Bike found
March 29: Deputies recovered a bicycle found on Marina Park Drive.

Rushed in
March 30: Four to six men reportedly forced their way into a Hampshire Place home, kicking one resident to the ground during entry. The burglary was interrupted by another family member and the suspects fled.

Not your mail
March 30: Deputies arrested a 20-year-old man on suspicion of attempted identity theft after they reportedly found the suspect in possession of other people’s mail stolen from an Applegrove Circle apartment complex’s mailbox.

No phone
March 31: A woman reported her cell phone stolen from a Town Center nightclub.

Converter gone
March 31: A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked on Vine Street.

Just grand
April 2: A grand theft was reported on Wood Mar Drive.

Another converter stolen
April 2: Thieves took the catalytic converter from a vehicle parked in a Park Drive driveway.

Drove away
April 3: A Bridlewood Drive resident reported mail theft but the suspect fled in a vehicle before deputies arrived.

Noel Stack

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