Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: May 22-28

By From page A2 | June 04, 2014

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

Smash and grab
May 22: A thief busted a vehicle’s window on Park Drive and stole a purse.

Mail swiped
May 22: Someone forced open a Miller Road cluster mailbox and stole mail.

Converter gone
May 24: A thief stole a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked on Halifax Way. Vehicle parts were also reported missing on Portsmouth Drive.

Taking aim
May 24: Two 14-year-old boys reportedly shot an air soft hun at a 9-year-old boy on Valley View Parkway. The victim did not have any visible injuries.

Big fight
May 25: Multiple people were reportedly involved in a fight on Calgary Court but no one desired prosecution.

Bike gone
May 25: Someone broke into a Mesa Verdes Court garage and stole a bike.

Shattered
May 26: Someone broke a Hazelnut Circle apartment’s window.

Under construction
May 27: Someone stole a generator left in an unfinished Via Fiori home’s garage.

Jewels gone
May 27: A Bermingham Court resident reported jewelry stolen sometime over the last few months.

Vehicles damaged
May 27: Someone stole a motor home’s electrical lines and damaged another vehicle’s fuel system in an attempt to steal fuel on Robert J Mathews Parkway.

Gas guzzler
May 28: Someone stole fuel from and vandalized a vehicle parked on St. Andrews Drive.

Nice try
May 28: Someone tried to enter a Park Drive shed.

Busted
May 28: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old man on suspicion of possession heroin on Town Center Boulevard.

Break-in
May 28: Burglars broke into a Monte Mar Drive residence and stole jewelry.

Noel Stack

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