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Crime Log: April 12

By From page A2 | April 24, 2013

April 12

12:29 a.m. Deputies contacted a male, identified as Joseph Lilly, 51, walking in the traffic lanes of Highway 50 in Placerville. The male was allegedly extremely impaired and was in possession of a methamphetamine pipe and was subsequently arrested.

6:40 a.m. A 20-year-old male victim reported petty theft from an unlocked vehicle on Emerald Court in Cameron Park.

10:29 a.m. Loss prevention employees of a retail business on Missouri Flat Road in Diamond Springs detained Karen White, 25, for alleged shoplifting. The business desired 
prosecution and placed the suspect under citizen’s arrest. The subject was issued a citation and was released with a signed promise to appear.

1:32 p.m. Deputies responded to a theft that had just occurred on Missouri Flat Road in Diamond Springs. Loss prevention employees from a retail shop stated that the subject had fled after exiting the store with over $1000 of merchandise. The suspect, Victor Rodriguez, 26, was located and arrested for alleged grand theft and the property was recovered.

3:24 p.m. Loss prevention employees of a retail business on Missouri Flat Road in Diamond Springs detained a subject for alleged shoplifting. The business desired prosecution and placed the suspect, Jonathan Coyne, 34, under citizen’s arrest. He was issued a citation and released with a signed promise to appear.

5:12 p.m. Two subjects, Lisa Belyew, 37, and Tait Belyew, 44, were arrested on Pony Express Trail in Cedar Grove for allegedly resisting or obstructing an investigation by force or fear.

Cole Mayer

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