Crime Watch

Cameron Park Crime Watch: October

By From page C6 | November 06, 2012

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

Oct. 1: Someone used a rock to shatter a Cambridge Road liquor store’s glass door. An alarm alerted deputies to the act. Nothing appeared to be taken from the business.

Oct. 1: A petty theft was reported on Larkspur Lane.

Do not disturb
Oct. 1: Someone reportedly entered a Coach Lane hotel room without the occupant’s permission but nothing appeared to be taken.

Trouble behind the counter
Oct. 1: Deputies arrested a 49-year-old store clerk after she was reportedly found under the influence of a controlled substance while working at a Coach Lane liquor store.

Vandals strike
Oct. 2: Vandalism was reported on Pasada Road.

Open door
Oct. 3: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Placitas Drive.

Converters gone
Oct. 3: Someone stole a catalytic converter from vehicles parked on Garden Circle and Toronto Way.

Scooted away
Oct. 3: An 11-year-old boy reportedly confessed to stealing an electronic scooter on Bass Lake Road.

Potty break
Oct. 3: A cell phone was reported stolen from a Coach Lane business’ restroom.

In the home
Oct. 4: A thief entered a La Canada Drive home and stole purse left inside.

Oct. 5: A Spinel Circle resident reported that someone damaged his fence and stole items left in the yard.

Vandals back
Oct. 5: Vandalism was reported on Cambridge Road.

On fire
Oct. 5: A Bass Lake Road school principal reported fire damage to a trash can and table.

Teen in trouble
Oct. 5: A 17-year-old boy reportedly stole items from a Coach Lane business.

Forced in
Oct. 6: Thieves broke into a vehicle parked on Palmer Drive and stole multiple items.

Sign snatcher
Oct. 7: A Hillsborough Road resident reported political signs stole from his yard.

Wrong direction
Oct. 7: A thief broke into a vehicle parked on Ventana Lane and stole  GPS unit.

Grab ‘n’ go
Oct. 8: A 44-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly shoplifted from a Coach Lane grocery store.

Beat up
Oct. 9: A 27-year-old man went to the hospital after a fight on Cimmarron Road. The victim did not want to press charges.

Higher education
Oct. 10: A 14-year-old boy was cited for allegedly having marijuana on a Green Valley Road school campus.

Tools taken
Oct. 10: Thieves forced open a De Sabla Road home’s garage door at stole tools while the homeowner slept.

Theft on Coach
Oct. 10: A petty theft from a vehicle was reported on Coach Lane.

What are those for?
Oct. 10: Deputies arrested a 26-year-old woman on suspicion of possessing burglary tools on Merrywood Drive.

Cover caper
Oct. 12: A thief swiped the car cover off a vehicle parked on Los Santos Drive.

Too much
Oct. 14: A 35-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on Trestle Glen Court.

Off to juvi
Oct. 14: A 15-year-old girl and a 17-year-old girl reportedly stole multiple items from a Coach Lane business. The pair was arrested.

More vandalism
Oct. 15: Vandalism was reported on Oakwood Road.

Funny money
Oct. 17: A suspect reportedly tried to pass a fake $50 bill at a Durock Road business.

Easy access
Oct. 18: A theft was reported from an open garage on Montero Road.

Oct. 18: A thief on Green Valley Road. broke out a car’s window and stole a purse left inside.

Sneaky shopper
Oct. 19: An unidentified female stole items from a Coach Lane business.

Complex situation
Oct. 19: Vandals damaged a Cambridge Road apartment complex’ pool, sidewalk and outdoor furniture.

Oct. 20: A residential burglary was reported on Spinel Circle.

Unholy act
Oct. 22: Items were taken from a Merrychase Drive church.

Copper caper
Oct. 23: A thief stole copper piping from an outdoor air-conditioning unit on Rodeo Road.

Higher learning
Oct. 23: Three juveniles were reportedly caught with marijuana on a Merrychase Drive school campus.

Fuming fan
Oct. 24: A Giants jersey was reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Knollwood Court.

No camping
Oct. 25: Deputies contacted two people illegally camping in an area near Cambridge Road.

Through the locks
Oct. 25: Thieves broke into a locked storage shed on Country Club Drive and stole several items.

Quick trip
Oct. 25: An unidentified man entered a Palmer Drive business, grabbed several items and fled without paying.

Brush with the law
Oct. 25: A 22-year-old woman received a citation after she allegedly stole a hairbrush from a Coach Lane business.

Oct. 25: Two women, ages 19 and 24, we arrested on suspicion of drug-related charges during a traffic stop on Green Valley Road.

Partying hard
Oct. 27: Deputies arrested a 17-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy, both allegedly intoxicated, afer they were found on Coach Lane past curfew.

Botched burglary
Oct. 27: Thieves broke into a Cameron Park Drive restaurant and stole an empty lock box.

Run away
Oct. 27: A Sterling Way resident awoke to the sound of shattering glass. He confronted two suspects allegedly trying to steal his car. The suspects fled on foot.

Out of control
Oct. 29: Deputies arrested a 16-year-old boy on Linwood Drive after the teen was reportedly caught drinking alcohol and became combative.

One against three
Oct. 29: A 43-year-old man allegedly battered three other men in a Green Valley Road parking lot.

Home to Dad
Oct. 29: Deputies spotted a 17-year-old boy allegedly smoking marijuana on Palmer Drive. The teen was taken home to his father.

More vandalism
Oct. 30: Vandalism was reported on Woodleigh Lane.

Royal pain
Oct. 31: A thief smashed the window of a vehicle parked on Royal Drive and stole a purse left inside.

Noel Stack


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