Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 30 – Dec. 7

By December 8, 2011

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

Got you gum
Nov. 30: A 14-year-old boy reported his wallet stolen from his backpack on a Harvard Way school campus. A 15-year-old suspect reportedly confessed to stealing gum from the backpack, but not the wallet.

Vandals back again
Dec. 1: Vandalism was reported on Willowdale Drive.

Smash and grab
Dec. 1: Burglars used a rock to smash a rear window and gain entry to a Ventura Way residence. They ransacked the home and stole several items only to leave some of the goods at pick-up locations discovered by deputies.

Where are my letters?
Dec. 2: Mail theft was reported on Latham Lane.

Another smasher
Dec. 2: A home on Penela Way was burglarized. The thief busted a window to get inside. A suspect vehicle was identified but no one was arrested.

Hijacked printer
Dec. 2: A Valley View Parkway resident reported that someone printed obscene messages on her wireless printer.

High school dispute
Dec. 2: Two girls, ages 15 and 16, were reportedly involved in a minor physical altercation on Harvard Way.

Another home hit
Dec. 4: A residential burglary was reported on Mertola Drive.

Trying to get in?
Dec. 4: Another Mertola Drive resident reported finding a broken ground-floor window.

Put that out
Dec. 5: A 17-year-old boy on Pescara Place was cited on suspicion of possessing tobacco.

Dude, my car!
Dec. 5: A vehicle was vandalized on the Harvard Way high school campus.

Busted
Dec. 6: A 15-year-old boy on Busselton Way received a citation after he allegedly stole money from his parents to buy marijuana.

Scammed
Dec. 6: An 80-year-old Williston Way resident reported being scammed out of $3,630 after a man she believed was her grandson called and said he needed money in Spain.

Something’s going on
Dec. 7: A Devon Way resident called to report suspicious circumstances. Deputies found vandalism in the area.

Noel Stack

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