Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: June 21-27

By From page A2 | July 04, 2012

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

CSD hit
June 21: Vandalism to El Dorado Hills Community Services District property on Lassen Lane was reported.

Vehicle break in
June 21: Someone stole items from a vehicle parked on Monte Verde Drive.

Tipsy
June 21: Deputies arrested a 47-year-old man on Town Center Boulevard after they reportedly determined he was too intoxicated to care for himself.

Burgled
June 22: A residential burglary was reported on Lakehills Drive.

Missing a bike?
June 22: A pink girl’s bike was found on White Rock Road.

Tee’d off
June 23: A Penela Way resident reported that someone spray-painted graffiti at a home near Serrano’s golf course.

Past curfew
June 23: Eight juveniles received citations after deputies found them on Town Center Boulevard past curfew.

Forced in
June 24: A possible burglary was reported on Wetsel-Oviatt Road after someone discovered a door had been forced open.

Bad paint job
June 25: A Muir Woods Court resident reported that someone spray-painted graffiti on his garage doors during the night.

Theft, times three
June 25: Thieves stole two catalytic converters from vehicles parked in front of a Chilton Place residence. Another converter was stolen on Kensington Place.

A crime, maybe
June 25: A woman reported a possible robbery on Valley View Parkway but then reportedly became uncooperative. She was not at home when investigating deputies arrived.

Vandals busy
June 26: Vandalism was reported on Platt Circle.

Noel Stack

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