Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Sept. 28 – Oct. 5

By October 6, 2011

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

Goin’ for a dip
Oct. 3: A 21-year-old woman and an 22-year-old man were cited after they allegedly entered a locked pool area on Valley View Parkway.

Stylish thief
Oct. 3: A woman reportedly stole a $350 pair of shoes from a shoe boutique on White Rock Road.

On the ridge
Oct. 2: A Ridgeview resident called in a report that someone broke into his vehicle and stole items.

Nabbed
Oct. 1: A 19-year-old woman was detained at a Post Street store after store employees reportedly determined the suspect had stolen items.

Decidedly not grand
Sept. 30: A Planeta Way resident reported a grand theft.

Rocked
Sept. 30: Someone threw a rock through a commercial business’ window on Francisco Drive.

Born to steal?
Sept. 30: A thief stole a motorcycle and gear out of the back of a truck parked on Bates Circle. The bike was recovered; the gear was not.

While you were sleeping
Sept. 30: A Clermont Way resident reported that someone broke into his vehicle overnight.

Don’t relish this
Sept. 29: Two women, ages 24 and 25, reportedly got into a fight at Relish Burger Bar on White Rock Road.

High school
Sept. 29: A 16-year-old boy was cited after school officials reportedly found him in possession of marijuana on campus.

Greasy thief
Sept. 28: Sometime during the night a thief stole grease from a Town Center business.

iTheft
Sept. 28: A Montrose Way resident reported that someone stole his iPad from his home.

Art heist
Sept. 28: A Manning Drive resident reported that burglars made off with two framed pieces of art hanging in his home.

On the job hazard
Sept. 28: A Green Valley Road business’s employee was reportedly assaulted. A 45-year-old man was cited on suspicion of assault/battery at the scene.

Noel Stack

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