Crime Log: July 5-12

By From page A2 | August 09, 2013

July 5

7:19 p.m. A house on Sly Park Road in Placerville was burglarized and multiple personal items were stolen.

July 6

12:45 a.m. Deputies responded to a reported domestic violence incident on Amoloc Lane in Lotus. A female, 33, allegedly had multiple visible injuries. Lucas Jones, 35, was deemed the alleged dominant aggressor and was arrested.

5:37 a.m. Deputies contacted a subject walking in the roadway on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs. The subject, Brandon Swedelson, 31, was found to have an outstanding warrant and allegedly be in possession of methamphetamine and a glass smoking pipe.

11:35 a.m. A 21-year-old male victim reported that a go-cart was stolen from his driveway on Los Santos Drive in Cameron Park.

3:10 p.m. Ramon Munoz, 47, was cited for alleged possession of marijuana on Lilly Beach in South Lake Tahoe.

4:05 p.m. 
Deputies conducting a welfare check on Pony Express Trail in Pollock Pines allegedly found an adult male and adult female suffering withdrawals from heroine. Medics transported them to Marshall. Deputies cited the male and female for alleged possession of paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance.

7:56 p.m. A male and female were allegedly involved in domestic violence out front a local business on Francisco Drive in El Dorado Hills. The male, Jay Glover, 50, was arrested and booked into the jail for various charges.

July 7

4:15 a.m. Krista Skaggs, 34, was arrested on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs for alleged trespassing and possession of drug paraphernalia.

12:45 p.m. A 15-year-old male juvenile threw a soda can and brandished a knife towards his mother, 59, during an argument on Coyote Pass Road in Shingle Springs. The juvenile was arrested and booked into juvenile hall.

8:00 p.m. An adult male on probation, Nicolas Medoza, 36, was contacted on Cambridge Road in Cameron Park and allegedly found to be in possession of a controlled substance. He was subsequently arrested and booked into county jail.

11:55 p.m. A male and female were contacted at a local church on Tierra de Dios Drive in El Dorado Hills. Both were allegedly discovered to be in possession of methamphetamine and methamphetamine pipes. Both Brian Ward, 48, and Diana Usry, 45, were arrested and booked into the jail and both of their vehicles were towed.

July 8

12:44 p.m. 
A 49-year-old male subject from Oak Hill called to report that a neighbor shot his dog while he was away on vacation after the suspect had made threats to do so two weeks prior.

8:30 p.m. A battery resulting in serious bodily injury was reported on Highway 193 in Georgetown.

July 9

1:17 a.m.
 Lorie Arnold, 46, and Steven Roberts, 45, were arrested on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs for alleged possession of a narcotic pill and methamphetamine pipe.

6:31 a.m. 
Michael Drosihn, 20, was arrested on Baldwin Road in Tahoe Paradise for allegedly obstructing a peace officer, public intoxication and being a minor in possession.

4:52 p.m. A female was arrested for allegedly assaulting her sister, 57, with a walking stick and causing serious bodily injury on China Garden Road in Diamond Springs.

7:05 p.m. Michael Myers, 34, and Maria Rodriguez, 28, were arrested for allegedly trespassing at a public business on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs.

July 10

7:30 a.m. A report was made of a catalytic converter theft on Town Center Boulevard in El Dorado Hills.

8:45 a.m. A deputy arrested Anthony Poipao, 23, on Cameron Park Drive in Cameron Park for allegedly disobeying a peace officer and contempt of court at the El Dorado County Superior Court.

1:07 p.m. A male adult was contacted for an alleged vehicle code violation and to investigate the possibility of marijuana cultivation at his home in Tahoma. The male allegedly admitted to having 10 marijuana plants as well as manufacturing concentrated cannabis in his residence. The male also admitted to being a convicted felon in possession of ammunition.

6:10 p.m. Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance in the parking lot of a grocery store on Pony Express Trail in Cedar Grove. Two involved subjects, Laura Mullin, 51, and Steven Smalley, 29, were located. Both were arrested; one for alleged public intoxication and the other for allegedly being under the influence of a controlled substance. The third involved party fled prior to deputies’ arrival.

July 11

2:24 a.m. Domestic battery was reported on Starbuck Road in Cameron Park. Glenn Hixson, 60, was subsequently arrested.

10:10 a.m. Catherine McGuigan, 21, was allegedly found in possession of two syringes on Bass Lake Road in El Dorado and was subsequently arrested on suspicion of possession of narcotics paraphernalia.

12:20 p.m.
 A male subject, Pedro Brambila-Ruiz, 22, was detained on Royal Park Drive in Cameron Park for an alleged vehicle code violation and subsequently provided the deputy a false name. He was arrested on suspicion of providing a false ID and also had two outstanding misdemeanor warrants.

2:43 p.m. Deputies arrested Renaee Gautier, 44, for a felony warrant on Benham Street in Placerville.

5:44 p.m. Jeremy Cannon, 27, was arrested on Placerville Drive in Placerville for alleged drug violations and two active felony warrants. He allegedly had two hypodermic needles hidden in his backpack.

July 12

1:05 a.m. Deputies allegedly observed a vehicle commit multiple traffic infractions on Highway 50 in Diamond Springs. Following a traffic stop the driver was allegedly determined to be driving without a driver’s license. The driver also had a local warrant for her arrest. Arley Espinoza, 33, was arrested without incident.

Cole Mayer

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