Crime Watch

El Dorado Hills Crime Watch: Sept. 14-21

By September 22, 2011

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

Uninvited
Sept. 21: A Manchester Drive resident reported that an unknown person had entered her home without consent.

Locks no match
Sept. 21: Vehicle burglars struck again on Stephens Lane, this time forcing their way into a locked vehicle parked on the street.

Ran away
Sept. 21: A man reportedly tried to force his way into a Wilson Boulevard apartment. When confronted the suspect fled in a white SUV.

Almost
Sept. 20: A Nawal Drive resident reported that someone has cut the screen on her garage door, purportedly to gain entry to her home. The victim said she spotted a suspicious red Ford Taurus in the neighborhood prior to the incident.

Neighborhood trouble
Sept. 20: Vandalism was reported on Terracina Drive.

Open door
Sept. 20: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Stephens Lane.

Vandals strike
Sept. 19: Vandalism was reported on Wyndham Way.

Close call
Sept. 19: A Brook Mar Drive resident reported that someone had tried to get into his home’s front door, causing $1,000 in damage. The suspect was unable to gain entry.

Dangerous words
Sept. 16: A 48-year-old man on Bass Lake Road reported that a 54-year-old man had made terrorist threats.

iBurgled
Sept. 14: A Mormon Island Drive resident reported that someone got onto the home’s roof, removed an open window’s screen and entered. The burglars stole an iPod, computers and a watch.

 

Noel Stack

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