Cameron Park Life

Cameron Park Crime Watch: August

By From page C7 | September 04, 2012

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

Royal pain
Aug. 1: Vandals struck on Royal Park Drive.

Got it back
Aug. 1: A 40-year-old woman reported her cell phone stolen on Cameron Park Drive. She later recovered the phone.

Chase them down
Aug: 2: A Chasen Drive resident reported a burglary.

Lost your wheels?
Aug. 2: A bicycle was found on La Crescenta Drive and turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.

More trouble on Chasen
Aug. 3: A vehicle burglary was reported on Chasen Drive.

Powerless to stop it
Aug. 4: Thieves busted the glass door entry into a Cameron Park Drive hardware store and stole power tools.

Too much
Aug, 4: Deputies arrested an allegedly intoxicated 39-year-old woman on Bocana Road.

Vandals at it again
Aug. 4: Vandalism was reported on Cambridge Road.

Aug. 5: A theft was reported on Green Valley Road.

Wrecked ride
Aug. 7: Someone damaged a motorcycle parked in front of a Cimmarron Road apartment complex.

Easy access
Aug. 7: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Royal Drive.

Not yours
Aug. 7: Deputies busted a 20-year-old man reportedly driving a stole vehicle and in possession of stolen property on Rodeo Road.

Aug. 8: A Coach lane business’ loss prevention staff detained an 82-year-old man suspected of stealing from the store. The suspect was cited and released.

Pick a part
Aug. 9: A 23-year-old man reported that someone stole auto parts from him on La Canada Drive.

Aug. 10: A theft was reported on Coach Lane.

Tampering around
Aug. 10: Someone tampered with school vehicles parked  at the middle school on Green Valley Road.

Just ring the bell
Aug. 11: Someone shot a pellet gun, with the pellet going through a Woodleigh Drive home’s front door.

Sisterly love
Aug. 13: Two sisters ages 18 and 27, reportedly got into a fight on Country Club Drive.

Lost, then found
Aug. 14: A 32-year-old man allegedly stole from a Cameron Park Drive business’ lost and found box. The stolen items were reportedly found at the suspect’s home.

More vandalism
Aug. 15: Vandals damaged property on Cambridge Road.

Troubled twosome
Aug. 15: Deputies responding to a call on Coach Lane arrested a 19-year-old woman on suspicion of heroin possession. CHP arrested her 18-year-old male companion n suspicion of DUI. At the jail a baggie of heroin was reportedly found on the man.

Vandals dropped in
Aug. 16: Someone damages a Coach Lane bank’s nighttime drop box.

While you were away
Aug. 17: Residents of a Hampton Lane home returned from vacation and discovered their home had been burglarized.

Petty theft
Aug. 17: Deputies arrested a 25-year-old man on suspicion of petty theft on Coach Lane.

Aug. 19: A 57-year-old man was arrested after he reportedly assaulted another person at an Arcadia Way residence.

Scary shadow
Aug. 21: An unidentified man reportedly followed a juvenile home from the school bus stop on Woodleigh Drive.

Give it a try
Aug. 22: Someone reportedly tried to break into a commercial area on Cameron Park Drive.

Going to jail
Aug. 23: Deputies arrested a 36-year-old man on suspicion of vandalism after he reportedly damaged property on Coach Lane.

Aug. 25: A 43-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary after he reportedly entered a Spinel Circle home without the owners’ permission.

Sitting target
Aug. 26: A Country Club Drive resident reported that someone vandalized his vehicle parked outside.

Vehicle targeted
Aug. 27: A vehicle burglary was reported on Mira Loma Drive.

Aug. 27: Deputies responding to a disturbance call on Royal Park Drive reportedly discovered a home invasion robbery had recently occurred. Information was forwarded to detectives.

County property damaged
Aug. 28: Vandals destroyed El Dorado County property on Country Club Drive.

Open door
Aug. 28: A petty theft from an unlocked vehicle parked on Amethyst Drive was reported.

Display of force
Aug. 29: An unidentified man reportedly brandished a gun at a Merrychase Drive park.

Noel Stack


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