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EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 27 – Nov. 2

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

That’s nuts
Oct. 27: A Hazelnut Circle resident reported a grand theft from his vehicle.

Free pass
Oct. 27: A thief entered an unlocked, unattended vehicle parked on Harvard Way and stole several items.

Fight
Oct. 27: Two 18-year-old men reportedly got into a fight on Silva Valley Parkway. No one was arrested.

Forced open
Oct. 27: A Park Drive resident reported that possible burglars busted in through the front door.

Out for a stroll
Oct. 30: Deputies contacted  a 26-year-old man on probation as he walked down Bass Lake Road. During a search the officers reportedly found methamphetamine and a pipe. They arrested the man.

Anger mismanaged
Oct. 30: A 22-year-old man allegedly punched a hole in a closet door and busted a picture frame at his parents’ Devon Way residence. The suspect later reportedly kicked in a door to reenter the home. He was later arrested.

Maybe a spook did it
Oct. 31: A vehicle burglary was reported on Twain Harte Court.

The headless horseman, perhaps?
Oct. 31: Someone broke into a shed on Payden Road and stole saddles and equipment.

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  1. Someone, “punched a whole in a closet door”. That must have been on a “whole” other level than punching a “hole” in the door.

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