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EDH Crime Watch: May 16-22

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

School rage
May 16: A 16-year-old boy received a citation after allegedly grabbing a classmate by the throat and shoving the victim against the wall at school.

Stranger danger
May 16: A 14-year-old boy reported that a stranger drove up next to him on Breese Circle and asked the teen if he wanted a ride.

Sharp punishment
May 16: Two boys, ages 13 and 14, were cited after they allegedly brought a knife to a Francisco Drive school.

Tip toe
May 17: A 30-year-old woman reported that her fiancé’s ex-wife pushed her during a function on Francisco Drive, possibly causing injury to the victim’s toe.

Empty mess
May 17: Vandals severely damaged a Sonora Drive home that has been empty for more than 10 years.

Hostile environment
May 18: Deputies responding to a call on Applegrove Circle reported running into a hostile 24-year-old man. Upon a search of the residence, authorities found narcotics. The suspect was arrested and firearms were taken from the home.

Dented
May 19: A vandal kicked a Ridgeview Drive garage door, causing damage.

Vandals busy
May 20: Vandalism was reported on Windsor Point Place.

Biz burgled
May 21: Someone forced entry into a Park Drive business.

Check the trunk
May 21: Deputies contacted occupants of a parked vehicle on Park Drive and reportedly found the underage partiers in possession of alcohol and marijuana. A person was also found in the trunk.

Left behind
May 22: A woman turned over drugs and drug paraphernalia she found in her Barcelona Court home, telling deputies she thinks the items belong to her estranged boyfriend.

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