Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Aug. 24-29

By From page A2 | September 05, 2012

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

Not my car
Aug. 24: An Appain Way resident reported that someone vandalized his vehicle.

More car trouble
Aug. 24: Someone stole items from a vehicle parked on Garlenda Drive.

Even more car trouble
Aug. 24: Thieves broke windows of two vehicles parked on Tea Rose Drive and stole items left inside.

Too much
Aug. 24: Deputies arrested a 48-year-old woman on suspicion of public intoxication in El Dorado Hills Town Center.

License, please
Aug. 25: A 21-year-old man was reportedly caught driving without a license in Town Center.

Unhappy shopper
Aug. 25: Someone swiped an iPhone from a woman shopping at a Danbury Circle business.

Unauthorized
Aug. 25: A thief stole a debit card left in a vehicle parked on Serrano Parkway and later used the card to make purchases.

Vandals back
Aug. 27: Vandalism was reported on Green Valley Road.

Open door
Aug. 28: Someone forced open an Embarcadero Drive business’ door but nothing was taken.

Close call
Aug. 28: An attempted burglary was reported on Pendleton Drive. The victim provided deputies with a suspect description.

Strange find
Aug. 29: A jogger running along Loch Way found a bag that reportedly contained drug paraphernalia. Sheriff’s officials destroyed the items.

Young offender
Aug. 29: A 17-year-old girl contacted on Valley View Parkway reportedly admitted to having hypodermic needles containing heroin. Deputies also reported found tar heroin and arrested the teen.

Noel Stack

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