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EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 23-30

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

Vandals at work
Nov. 30: Vandalism was reported on Hesley Circle and Sir Robert Court.

Battery
Nov. 28: A 17-year-old boy was arrested after he reportedly attacked a 42-year-old woman on Valley View Parkway.

Not a dump
Nov. 28: Someone illegally dumped items on Devon Way.

Bad recreation
Nov. 28: Someone allegedly tried to break into the El Dorado Hills COmmunity Services District office on Harvard Way.

Petty theft
Nov. 28: Items were reported stolen from Stanford Lane property.

Facing charges
Nov. 26: A vandalism victim on Coach Lane identified two suspects and later submitted the charges to the District Attorney’s Office for prosecution.

Out late
Nov. 26: Deputies cited two 17-year-old girls on Harvard Way for allegedly being out past curfew.

Gone
Nov. 26: A Starmount Way resident’s home was burglarized and a vehicle was taken.

Jumped
Nov. 24: A man was attacked by an unknown suspect in a Lomita Way driveway. The suspect fled.

A duel
Nov. 24: Two men, ages 20 and 28, reportedly fought over issues with a woman on Valley View Parkway.

Unknown caller
Nov. 25: A Montrose Way family reported receiving harassing phone calls from an unidentified person.

Catching some Zzzs
Nov. 26: A 26-year-old woman was arrested in suspicion of DUI after officers reportedly found her intoxicated and sleeping with her car still running at a Serrano Parkway intersection.

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