Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Nov. 14-20

By From page A2 | November 27, 2013

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

Vandals strike
Nov. 14: Vandalism was reported on Birchtree Circle.

Turned in
Nov. 14: A resident found ammunition (location not specified) and turned it in at the sheriff’s substation in Town Center.

Warranted
Nov. 14: Deputies arrested a 30-yea-old man after serving felony and misdemeanor warrants at an Encina Drive residence.

Too much
Nov. 16: A 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of public intoxication on Belle Court.

Stopped and arrested
Nov. 17: Deputies arrested a 54-year-old woman on El Dorado Hills Boulevard after they discovered, during a traffic stop, the suspect had outstanding warrants.

Dog attack
Nov. 17: Pit bulls on Mt. Casey Court reportedly attacked another dog and injured a woman who was trying to pull apart the dogs.

Occupational hazard
Nov. 18: A woman accused her employer on Windfield Drive of assaulting her.

Break in … maybe not
Nov. 18: A Daunting Drive resident reported a residential burglary but deputies alter determined the report to be unfounded.

More vandalism
Nov. 18: Vandalism was reported on Wyndham Place.

On the wire
Nov. 19: A Powers Drive resident reported damage to his wire fence.

Converter theft
Nov. 20: A catalytic converter was reported stolen from a truck parked on Tea Rose Drive.

No phone
Nov. 20: A man reported leaving his iPhone in a Town Center gas station restroom. Prior to his return an unidentified man took the phone.

Noel Stack

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