Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch Sept. 22-27

By September 29, 2011

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

Disconnected
Sept. 27: A 58-year-old woman reported that someone stole her cell phone left inside her vehicle parked on Richardson Circle.

Dust up
Sept. 27: Deputies responded to a fight report on King Edward Drive. Neither of the parties involved desired prosecution.

Too much
Sept. 26: Deputies arrested a 45-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication after they found him on Francisco Drive.

Vandals strike
Sept. 26: Vandals damaged homeowners association property on Promontory Point Drive.

Out of energy
Sept. 24: An 18-year-old man reportedly tried to swipe energy drinks from a Post Street store. Loss prevention staff detained the suspect and he was arrested.

Duking it out
Sept. 24: Deputies responding to a battery on White Rock Road arrested two 18-year-old girls on suspicion of public intoxication.

Open door
Sept. 23: A thief stole approximately $400 worth of items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Brentford Way.

Car trouble
Sept. 22: Reports of vehicle break-ins came from victims who parked on Stanford Lane, Stoneman Way and Aberdeen Lane.

Not so sweet
Sept. 22: A malicious burglar reportedly entered a Muse Drive garage, stole ice cream and whipped cream from the freezer and used the desserts to draw a swastika and write obscenity on the victim’s driveway.

Noel Stack

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