Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: March 28 through April 4

By From page A2 | April 11, 2012

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

Tampering
March 29: A Valley View Parkway resident reported that someone tampered with his vehicle.

Scary situation
March 29: A 14-year-old boy was arrested after he allegedly held a knife to a 13-year-old boy’s throat on Francisco Drive.

Blowing off steam
March 31: A 54-year-old woman reportedly struck a 21-year-old woman on the head with a hair dryer during a dispute on Windsor Point Place. The case was forwarded to the DA’s Office for review.

Kicked out
March 31: Deputies arrested a 46-year-old woman on suspicion of trespassing and disturbing the peace after she reportedly refused to leave her mother’s Patterson Drive home.

No joke
April 1: Thieves stole copper wiring from an open utility trailer parked on robert J. Mathews Parkway.

Vandals in action
April 2: Vandalism was reported on Salmon Falls Road.

Too much
April 2: A 24-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on vine Street.

High becomes low
April 3: Deputies released a 15-year-old boy to his family after they reportedly found him high from smoking marijuana and in possession of marijuana and a smoking device on Valley View Parkway.

More vandalism
April 3: Vandalism was reported on Bass Lake Road.

Green waste
April 3: A suspect reportedly illegally dumped grass clippings on Hawk View Road but later returned and cleaned up the mess.

Creepy
April 4: An unknown man reportedly took a photo of a 7-year-old boy on Silva Valley Parkway and then provided his phone number.

 

Noel Stack

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