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EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 11-17

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

Potty break
Oct. 11: Deputies arrested a 49-year-old woman on suspicion of public intoxication after it was reported the suspect was seen drinking alcohol in a public restroom on Park Drive.

Chillin’ in the car
Oct. 12: A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance after deputies contacted him in a Valley View Parkway parking lot in response to a call that someone was smoking an illegal substance in their vehicle.

While away
Oct. 12: Someone broke into a Fairchild Drive home while the residents were at work and school.

Purse gone
Oct. 14: Suspects forced entry into a vehicle parked on Sophia Parkway and stole a purse left inside.

Laptop lifted
Oct. 14: An opportunistic thief swiped a laptop left in an unlocked vehicle parked on Town Center Boulevard.

Easy pickin’
Oct. 15: A laptop and phone were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked on Forbes Place.

Theft on Clermont
Oct. 16: A petty theft was reported on Clermont Way.

Missing converters
Oct. 16: Thieves stole the catalytic converter from a vehicle parked on Springburn Way. Another converter was taken on Warren Lane.

Just grand
Oct. 16: A grand theft was reported on Monte Verde Way.

Go to jail
Oct. 16: A 20-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of possession of illegal drugs on Trevi Way.

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