Cameron Park Life

Cameron Park Crime Watch: May 2014

By From page A2 | June 03, 2014

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

Not yours
May 1: Deputies arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of possessing stolen property on Palmer Drive.

May 2: A 28-year-old woman was arrested after deputies who observed her committing a traffic violation reportedly found the suspect in possession of methamphetamine and another controlled substance.

May 3: Unknown suspects broke into a Merrychase Drive school, stole laptops and left the damaged computers on the property. Other areas of the school were also vandalized.

May 3: A 32-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing drug paraphernalia on Castlebrook Road.

Battered plants
May 3: A La Crescenta Drive resident reported that a woman battered her and broke potted plants in her yard.

Family matter
May 5: Deputies responding to a family dispute at a Cimmarron Road apartment arrested a 32-year-old man after the suspect reportedly obstructed the officers.

Theft from a thief?
May 5: Deputies responded to a vehicle theft report on Coach Lane and contacted a 42-year-old man who reportedly gave officers a false name. Upon learning the man’s true identity, deputies discovered the man had an outstanding felony warrant.

May 7: A 33-year-old man allegedly called law enforcement to report that someone was trying to kill him. Deputies responded to the caller’s La Canada Drive home and reportedly found him severely intoxicated and under the influence of a controlled substance.

Bike gone
May 8: A bicycle was reported stolen on Cambridge Road.

Illegal carry
May 8: Deputies contacted a 50-year-old man walking along Bass Lake Road and reportedly found the suspect, a felon, in possession of a concealed firearm. The man was arrested.

Pool party
May 9: Five suspects entered a Cimmarron Road apartment’s locked pool area and trashed the place.

Too much
May 9: Deputies arrested a 53-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Coach Lane.

Trying to get in?
May 10: An unknown suspect damaged a Country Club Drive apartment’s window.

Tags taken
May 10: Someone stole registration stickers from a vehicle parked on La Crescenta Drive.

Open door
May 10: Thieves stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Modoc Court.

Two for one
May 11: Deputies spotted a wanted suspect and another man on La Crescenta Drive. One suspect was reportedly found with an opium pipe and under the influence of a controlled substance. Both men, ages 29 and 31, were arrested.

Gas guzzler
May 12: Unknown suspects vandalized and stole $20 worth of gas from a minivan parked on Palmer Drive.

Vandals strike
May 12: Someone vandalized county property on Durock Road.

Through the window
May 13: A thief entered a Sudbury Road home through a window and stole several items.

Double trouble
May 14: Deputies arrested a man and woman suspected of being under the influence of a controlled substance on Cameron Park Drive.

No trespassing
May 14: Deputies cited a man allegedly loitering in a Cameron Park Drive field.

Hanging around
May 14: Deputies spotted a suspicious person near a closed Coach Lane business. The suspect was arrested after deputies reportedly found him under the influence of a controlled substance and in possession of a pipe.

Off with a rental
May 15: A 40-year-old man reportedly failed to return a Cameron Park Drive business’s rental car.

May 16: A petty theft was reported on Alhambra Drive.

Tools taken
May 16: Thieves entered a Durock Road business’ property and stole machinery and tools.

Jewel theft
May 17: A Toronto Road resident reported jewelry missing from her jewelry box. There was no sign of forced entry; roommates are possible suspects.

May 17: Deputies pulled over a 25-year-old driver on Cambridge Road and reportedly found the man, who is on probation, in possession of a controlled substance. The suspect was cited and released.

May 17: A 33-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of batter after a fight on Palmer Drive.

Bad influence
May 19: Deputies arrested a 43-year-old man suspected of being under the influence of a controlled substance on Coach Lane.

Converters gone
May 19: Catalytic converters were reported stolen from vehicles parked on Fairway Drive and Knollwood Drive.

May 19: A burglary was reported on Mount View Drive.

Vandals busy
May 19: Vandalism was reported on Mira Loma Drive.

Keys found
May 19: A set of keys was found on Cameron Park Drive and turned over to the Sheriff’s Department.

Suspicious sitter
May 19: Deputies responding to a verbal altercation reported on Cambridge Road reportedly found a 32-year-old woman, who was supervising children at the time, under the influence of a controlled substance.

GPS grabbed
May 22: A thief broke into a locked vehicle parked on Valtara Road and stole a GPS.

Neighborhood trouble
May 22: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked in a Montclair Road driveway. A second vehicle was also burglarized on the same street.

Big find
May 22: Deputies conducted a search at a Holly Hills Lane home and reportedly found heroin, methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. A 28-year-old man was arrested.

Missing parts
May 24: Someone stole vehicle parts on Meadow Lane.

Pretty petty
May 25: A petty theft was reported on Sterling Way.

Watch where you cross
May 25: Deputies contacted a 55-year-old woman who jay-walked on Coach Lane and reportedly found a methamphetamine pipe. She was cited and released.

Sharp response
May 26: Deputies arrested a 52-year-old man on suspicion of brandishing a knife on Coach Lane.

Dine and dash
May 28: Deputies cited two men,. ages 18 and 19, after the suspects reportedly ate at a Coach Lane restaurant and left without paying for their meals.

Noel Stack


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