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EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 21-28

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

Break in
Nov. 21: A burglar forced entry into a Penniman Road home and stole items.

Greedy gardener
Nov. 21: Someone stole a weed eater, leaf blower and gas can from a Starmount Way residence.

Egged
Nov. 21: Someone threw eggs at a vehicle parked on Tea Rose Drive.

Disturbing fight
Nov. 23: Two 21-year-old men reportedly attacked a 20-year-old man over his sexual orientation on Pendelton Drive.

Dude, that’s not your car
Nov. 24:  Deputies arrested a 24-year-old man on suspicion of disorderly conduct due to intoxication after reportedly finding the suspect sitting in a vehicle that did not belong to him on Pendelton Drive.

Family feud
Nov. 24: A Starmount Way resident told deputies her daughter broke into her house and stole multiple items.

Double catch
Nov. 25: Deputies arrested a 41-year-old man and a 40-year-old woman in Town Center. One suspect reportedly had an outstanding warrant and the other a vehicle code violation.

Rocked
Nov. 26: An unidentified man reportedly threw a rock at an Ahoy Court home.

Sour move
Nov. 26: A grand theft was reported on Sweet Valley Road.

Watch your car
Nov. 28: A vehicle burglary was reported on Town Center Boulevard.

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