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EDH Crime Watch: Sept. 19-26

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

Guilty conscience
Sept. 19: Someone stole a bicycle left on a Village Green Drive home’s front porch and two days later returned the bike.

Ride no more
Sept. 20: Someone stole the catalytic converter from a motorcycle parked on Broome Place.

On the outside
Sept. 20: A 34-year-old man reported his things stolen from a Valley View Parkway apartment. The items were likely stolen while the man was in jail.

Withdrawal denied
Sept. 20: Someone tried to smash through the wall of a Francisco Drive ATM kiosk but was unsuccessful.

Another converter gone
Sept. 20: Thieves stole the catalytic converter from a Toyota truck parked on Brisbane Circle.

Vandals check out
Sept. 21: Vandals damaged El Dorado Hills Library property.

Too much
Sept. 21: Deputies arrested a 27-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Uplands Drive.

Beer run
Sept. 23:  A 35-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman were arrested after they allegedly stole beer from a Town Center gas station.

Bike found
Sept. 24: A sheriff’s STAR volunteer found a bicycle on Lamaco Way.

Sticky fingers
Sept. 25: Two Francisco Drive yogurt shop employees were identified as suspects in a cash theft from the business.

Grab and go
Sept. 25: Three 15-year-old boys reportedly stole beer from an open Sheffield Drive garage.

More theft
Sept. 26: Petty theft was reported on Dunwood Drive.

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