Crime Watch

EDH Crime Watch: Sept. 12-18

By From page A2 | September 26, 2012

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

Burgled
Sept. 12: Thieves broke into a Lakehills Drive home and stole jewelry and electronics.

Busted
Sept. 12: An 18-year-old man received a citation after deputies reportedly found him in possession of marijuana on Meadow Wood Drive.

Vandals out and about
Sept. 13: A Ridgeview Drive resident reported vandalism.

Underage
Sept. 14: A 17-year-old girl received a citation after deputies reportedly caught her with alcohol on Bonita Court.

Car break in
Sept. 14: A vehicle burglary was reported on Clermont Way.

More vandalism calls
Sept. 15: Vandalism was reported on Brisbane Circle and Sheffield Drive.

Break in
Sept. 15: A Merriam Lane resident reported that someone broke into his home and stole items. A possible suspect has been identified.

Weapons find
Sept. 15: Deputies responding to a call requesting a weapons pick up following a domestic violence incident at a Valley View Parkway residence reportedly found illegal assault weapons in the home.

Party’s over
Sept. 16: One person was arrested and four others identified following a call on Sienna Ridge Road, where the suspects were allegedly partying in an empty house.

Open door
Sept. 16: A thief stole items left in an unlocked vehicle parked in Town Center. A separate theft of a wallet and purse was reported in the same area. A suspect has been identified.

We know who your are
Sept. 18: A Mertola Drive resident reported a burglary, identifying the suspect as a 49-year-old man who lives out of the area.

Noel Stack

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