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EDH Crime Watch: Oct. 3-9

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

Prying eyes
Oct. 3: Someone pried open a Summerfield Way mailbox cluster but it’s unclear if any mail was stolen.

Taking the tailgate
Oct. 3: An Oak Ridge High School teacher reported his truck’s tailgate stolen while the vehicle was parked in a Harvard Way lot.

Vehicle break-in
Oct. 3: Two suspects reportedly broke into a vehicle parked in El Dorado Hills Town Center and stole items.

Another theft
Oct. 4: Someone stole items from a vehicle parked on Lafayette Drive.

And more theft
Oct. 4: Grand thefts were reported by victims on Valley View Parkway and Leonardo Way.

Missing card
Oct. 4: An El Dorado Hills Town Center tenant reported a credit card missing from his office. It’s unknown if the card was stolen or simply misplaced.

Too tipsy
Oct. 4: Deputies arrested a 25-year-old woman in suspicion of public intoxication on Embarcadero Drive.

I thee steal
Oct. 5: A wedding ring was reported stolen from a Cambria Way home.

Busted
Oct. 6: A Senator Court resident reported that someone broke window at his house.

On the site
Oct. 7: Someone vandalized a Fallon Woods Court construction site.

On the porch
Oct. 9: A thief stole a box of feeding tube formula and bags from a Concordia Drive front porch.

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