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El Dorado Hills Crime Watch: June 19-25

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

Not again!
June 19: A catalytic converter was stolen from a truck parked on Town Center Boulevard. The victim reported that this was the second time someone stole this vehicle part since he bought the truck.

Phone swiped
June 19: An unidentified woman stole a cell phone at a Vine Street business. The crime was captured on video.

Targeted
June 19: A 21-year-old man reportedly confessed to stealing a wallet from Target in El Dorado Hills Town Center. Loss Prevention staff report that the suspect has committed prior thefts at the store.

Cache of cards
June 20: Someone found several debit and credit cards on Terracina Drive. Cards were turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.

Burgled
June 20: A burglary was reported on Park Drive.

Safe and sound
June 21: A gun safe was found on a vacant Beatty Drive lot. The owner of the safe, a burglary victim from Orangevale, was notified.

Wrong house
June 22: A 24-year-old allegedly intoxicated man reportedly tried to enter the wrong house on Stoneman Way. Deputies arrested the suspect on suspicion of public intoxication.

Break-in
June 22: Burglars forced their way into a Governor Drive home and stole several items.

On fire
June 23: Someone lit on fire items in a trash can at a Silva Valley Parkway school.

Caught on tape
June 24: Thieves entered an open Brisbane Circle garage and stole items from two unlocked vehicles. The crime was recorded on the victim’s home surveillance system.

Concerned spouse
June 25: Deputies arrested a man on Village Green Drive after his wife called authorities to report that she’d seen him in his vehicle with a syringe. The suspect was stopped and deputies reportedly found him in possession of a controlled substance, drug paraphernalia and brass knuckles.

Bike found
June 25: A bicycle was discovered¬†on Beatty Drive and turned over tot he Sheriff’s Department.

More burglary
June 25: Thieves entered a Birchtree Circle home, possibly through a rear sliding door, and took several items.

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