Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Jan. 10-16

By From page A2 | January 23, 2013

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

Vandalism
Jan. 10: A Gresham Drive resident reported vandalism in his neighborhood.

Good find
Jan. 10: A wallet was found on Serrano Parkway.

Too much
Jan. 11: Deputies responding to a disturbance call on Planeta Way reportedly found a 35-year-old man too intoxicated to care for himself. The suspect was arrested.

Go to jail
Jan. 12: A 46-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance after deputies reportedly found him in possession of methamphetamine on Marble Valley Road.

More vandalism
Jan. 12: Vandals damaged property left on a Embarcadero Drive porch.

Where’s the fire?
Jan. 13: Someone discharged a fire extinguisher inside a Harvard Way building.

Night cap
Jan. 13: Loss prevention staff at a Post Street store reportedly caught a 23-year-old woman stealing alcohol. Responding deputies discovered the woman had an outstanding warrant and arrested her.

Greedy guest
Jan. 13: An Oak Creek Drive resident reported that someone stole items from the home, possibly during a recent party. A possible suspect has been identified.

Personnel issue
Jan. 14: A an employee fired from a Hillsdale Circle company reportedly dumped a cart of printing press rollers on the floor, damaging them so they could no longer be used.

Unlocked
Jan. 16: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Julie Ann Way. A similar theft was reported on Muse Drive.

Noel Stack

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