Crime Watch

Cameron Park Crime Watch: May

By From page C10 | June 04, 2013

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

May 4: Someone threw a rock at a vehicle parked on Strolling Hills Road.

Trying to get in?
May 4: A Maricopa Court resident reported that someone broke the home’s screen door and a window.

Too young
May 5: Deputies found a 19-year-old woman and a 16-year-old boy allegedly intoxicated inside a La Cienega Way home. The woman was issued a citation and the juvenile, who was reportedly combative, was taken to juvenile hall.

Won’t hold still
May 5: A 23-year-old man contacted on Garden Circle allegedly resisted deputies’ attempts to detain him. The suspect was arrested.

Trio of trouble
May 5: Vandals toilet-papered and egged an Alana Court home and cut holes in a vehicle’s tires. The victim reported seeing three girls fleeing the scene.

Too much
May 6: Deputies arrested an allegedly intoxicated 27-year-old man on Cameron Park Drive.

May 6: A 35-year-old man went to jail after deputies reportedly found him on Cameron Park Drive in possession of drug paraphernalia — a violation of the suspect’s probation.

May 8: Deputies arrested a 21-year-old man on suspicion of a probation violation on La Crescenta Drive.

Not yours
May 9: Three men, ages 22, 23 and 29, were arrested on Country Club Drive after deputies connected them to stolen property.

Vandals attack
May 9: Vandalism was reported on Covello Circle.

Sittin’ around
May 9: Deputies approached a vehicle parked on La Crescenta Drive and found two people sitting inside. A 20-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing a switchblade, controlled substances, narcotics and drug paraphernalia.

Remodel mishap
May 9: Someone burglarized a Kimberly Road home currently undergoing a remodel.

May 9: Four people were arrested after they allegedly tried to steal more than $280 worth of alcohol from a Palmer Drive store.

May 11: Vandals damaged A La Canada Court yard and let the air out of two vehicles’ tires.

May 11: Deputies arrested a 22-year-old man after the suspect allegedly struck another man several times in the head during a fight on La Crescenta Drive.

At the salon
May 12: A burglar broke into a Merrychase Drive beauty salon.

Caught in the act
May 12: A man confronted a would-be thief allegedly trying to steal the victim’s trailer on Durock Road property. The 29-year-old suspect was arrested.

Casting stones
May 13: An unidentified juvenile threw rocks at a Green Valley Road pharmacy’s window.

Just looking?
May 14: A Gailey Court resident reported that she thinks someone was in her possibly unlocked vehicle. Nothing appeared to be missing.

Making threats
May 16: A man reported being threatened by an unidentified man who had a hammer on De Sabla Road.

Cash grab
May 16: A thief stole cash from a Cimmarron Road home and a vehicle parked at the residence.

Big spenders
May 18: A woman reported her wallet stolen at a Coach Lane store. During the investigation the victim’s credit card was used at another local store several times. Deputies reported that two unidentified women charged more than $1,500.

Double trouble
May 18: Deputies arrested two men, ages 20 and 21, on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance on Cameron Park Drive.

While you were sleeping
May 19: A Garden Circle resident reported his wallet and keys stolen while he slept.

Broken window
May 19: Vandals busted a Strolling Hills Road home’s window. The home was vacant at the time.

A way in
May 20: Someone cut a hole in a chain link fence on Durock Road. The fence protects an outdoor vehicle storage area.

May 21: A burglary was reported on Palmer Drive.

Lost and found
May 21: Someone stole an unlocked bicycle left by a La Canada Drive home. The bike was later recovered but no suspect caught.

Pretty petty
May 21: Petty theft was reported on Royal Drive.

Gas gone
May 21: A thief stole gas from a vehicle parked on De Sabla Court.

Jewel heist
May 21: Burglars broke into a Kaweah Court home and stole jewelry.

More theft
May 22: Grand theft was reported on Sudbury Road.

Grab and go
May 23: Residents of a Cimmarron Road apartment reported two purses and a bottle of vodka stolen from the home. The thieves later used the victims’ credit cards.

Shopping spree
May 24: A woman reported her wallet missing. Her credit cards were later used at the Cameron Park Safeway and Walgreens.

Eye witness
May 25: A woman reported seeing four men enter vehicle’s parked at the witness’ Sterling Way home. The suspects fled on bicycles.

At the country club
May 25: Vandalism was reported at the Cameron park Country Club on Royal Drive.

Wheels gone
May 25: Someone stole several bicycles  Green Landing Court, Cambridge Road and Merrywood Lane.

Odd move
May 25: A Green landing Court resident reported that someone moved her patio furniture onto the golf course adjacent to her property and broke a glass-top table.

Big haul
May 25: Thieves pried open the door of a Durock Road business and stole about $20,000 worth of electronics.

Break in
May 25: A Wilkinson Road home was burglarized.

Didn’t get far
May 26: Deputies arrested two men, ages 19 and 22, following a burglary at a Coach Lane store.

Shouldn’t have that
May 26: A 31-year-old man went to jail after deputies reportedly found the suspect in possession of drug paraphernalia in Plaza Goldorado.

Who are you?
May 26: A 22-year-old man allegedly stole items from a Coach Lane grocery store and, when caught, gave the deputy a false name. The suspect was identified and arrested.

Vehicle targeted
May 27: Thieves stole items from a vehicle parked on Montero Road.

Good eye
May 27: A Cameron park Library patron spotted a broken window at the Country Club Drive library.

Important papers
May 28: Someone stole the registration and insurance information left in a vehicle parked on Millbrae Road.

More vehicle break ins
May 29: Two vehicles were broken into on Greenwood Lane.

Noel Stack


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