Crime Watch

Crime Watch: June 27 through July 4

By From page A2 | July 11, 2012

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

Too young
June 27: Two 17-year-old boys received citations for allegedly being under the influence of alcohol at a Woedee Drive home after deputies responded to a possible overdose call. The boys were released to their parents.

CSD hit again
June 28: Vandalism on El Dorado Hills Community Services District property on Harvard Way was reported.

Fast move
June 28: A Dunwood Court resident reported that his roommate moved out and reportedly stole more than $3,000 in items.

Too much
June 29: Deputies arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of public intoxication on Uplands Drive.

Shady shoppers
June 29: Four shoppers, two men and two women, allegedly left a Francisco Drive grocery story without paying for items in their cart. One of the suspects was located and reportedly agreed to pay.

Shattered
June 30: Someone threw a rock through a Marble Ridge home’s window, causing minor injuries to a person inside.

Called for help
July 2: A Valley View Parkway apartment resident called the Sheriff’s Department and reported that someone tried to break into her apartment. The suspect(s) did not gain entry.

Out for a stroll
July 3: A stroller was reported stolen from a Platt Circle front porch.

Pretty petty
July 3: A petty theft was reported on Finders Way.

Un-sportsman-like conduct
July 4: A Thalia Drive resident reported sports equipment missing from his garage.

Noel Stack

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