Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: May 17-23

By From page A2 | May 30, 2012

Vandal
May 17: A 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion vandalism on Uplands Drive.

Petty Theft
May 18: Vandalism and petty theft were reported on Rossmore Lane.

Confiscated
May 18: A shotgun was recovered from a Smokey Mountain Circle residence and booked into the Sheriff’s Office for safekeeping at the request of the Public Guardians Office.

Teen vandals
May 19: A group of teenagers reportedly vandalized a vehicle parked in front of a residence on Whistlers Bend Way.

Found phone
May 19: A 45-year-old female lost her cell phone at a grocery store then used a phone tracking device to locate it in Sacramento County. The phone was found and returned to her.

Great timing
May 20: A male adult interrupted a car burglar reportedly breaking into a vehicle parked in the victim’s driveway on Canberra Place. The suspect fled and nothing was missing.

Grocery run
May 20: A 27-year-old woman was arrested for allegedly stealing from a Post Street grocery store.

Forget something?
May 22: Copper wire was reported stolen from a cell tower. A vehicle believed to belong to the suspect was left the scene of the crime; it has been stored as evidence.

Burglary 
May 22: A 38-year-old male reported a burglary on Archetto Drive.

Left it at home
May 22: A 19-year-old man was cited and released for allegedly driving without a license on El Dorado Hills Boulevard.

Couldn’t live without it
May 23:  A 44-year-old female renter moved out of a Lakecrest Drive home and reportedly took property that belonged to the house.

Embezzled
May 23: A 55-year-old male allegedly rented a car and didn’t return it.

Want it back
May 23: A Manchester Drive resident reported his utility trailer stolen, allegedly by its former owner.

Noel Stack

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