EDH Crime Watch: Sept. 26 through Oct. 2

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

Got meds?
Sept. 26: Someone stole medication left in a vehicle parked on Sophia Parkway.

Scary threats
Sept. 27: Deputies arrested a 22-year-old man who allegedly threatened to kill his Patterson Way landlord.

Missing something?
Sept. 27: A necklace was found in the Park Drive parking lot near Sky Sushi.

Vandals strike
Sept. 28: Vandalism was reported on Augustus Place.

Double trouble
Sept. 29: Two 26-year-old women were arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on Green Valley Road. One suspect also allegedly had  medication without a prescription.

More jewels found
Sept. 29: Jewelry was found on Village Center Drive.

Salon ransacked
Sept. 30: Burglars broke into a Post Street salon, damaged property and stole several items.

Too much
Sept. 30: Deputies arrested a women on suspicion of public intoxication on Francisco Drive.

Stay clean, kids
Sept. 30: Two juveniles on Suncast Lane received citations after deputies reportedly found them in possession of marijuana.

Thieves busy
Oct. 2: Petty thefts were reported on Salmon Falls Road and Daunting Drive.

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