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EDH Crime Watch: May 31 through June 6

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

Dude, where’s my car?
May 31: An Uplands Drive resident reported that two people took his vehicle without his permission. The suspects possibly drove to Oregon.

No rider
May 31: A bicycle was found on El Dorado Hills Boulevard.

Burglary report
June 1: A burglary victim reported that someone broke into his vehicle parked on Concordia Drive.

No alcohol beyond this point
June 1: A 21-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly tried to steal alcohol from a Post Street grocery store. Deputies also reportedly found more alcohol believed to be stolen in the suspect’s vehicle.

Illegal accessories
June 2: Deputies reportedly found a 30-year-old man on Ashford Place in possession of  drug paraphernalia. The suspect was arrested.

Funny money
June 3: A 20-year-old woman reportedly tried to purchase a Vine Street restaurant gift card with a fake $100 bill. She was arrested.

Left behind
June 5: Someone ransacked an unlocked vehicle parked on Telegraph Hill Drive. A bag of foreign currency not belonging to the vehicle owner was found inside.

Too much
June 5: A 55-year-old allegedly intoxicated man reportedly attacked medics responding to a call on Peggy Lane. Deputies arrived and arrested the man on suspicion of public intoxication.

Street sign swiped
June 6: Suspects were spotted stealing a street sign that had earlier been knocked down on Silva Valley Parkway. They left the scene in a black SUV.

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