Crime Log: Nov. 14-17

By From page A2 | December 04, 2013

Nov. 14

2:23 p.m. A 60-year-old female reported a male pushed her to the ground when she confronted him about having permission to be in a house on Agate Court in Pollock Pines.

2:55 p.m. Contraband was allegedly located during a probation search of a 38-year-old female on Osborne Avenue in South Lake Tahoe. The contraband was booked for destruction.

6:41 p.m. A suspect and the victim, a 37-year-old male, have been married for approximately 10 years and have a 10-year-old child. The suspect allegedly assaulted the victim on Pony Express Trail in Cedar Grove, causing visible injuries. The suspect was arrested and transported to jail.

7:41 p.m. Deputies were dispatched to a report of a burglary on La Serena Lane in Shingle Springs. No forced entry was detected.

Nov. 15

7:45 a.m. A male victim reported petty theft on Farview Court in Rescue by possible known suspect(s).

9:15 a.m. Unknown suspect(s) entered the basement of a new construction site on Dundee Circle in South Lake Tahoe and forced entry into a storage box, stealing numerous tools with a total value of $5780.

12:31 p.m. A male juvenile, 12, allegedly challenged school staff to a fight on Forni Road in Placerville. While restraining the male juvenile, a schoolteacher sustained an injury. The male juvenile was arrested and transported to juvenile hall.

4:39 p.m. 
Two male juveniles were arrested for allegedly selling marijuana on school grounds on Koki Lane in El Dorado. One, a probationer, was booked at juvenile hall; the second was issued a citation and was released to a parent.

Nov. 16

11:17 a.m. A family argument on 10th Avenue in Tahoma allegedly escalated to punching, scratching and hair pulling between an adult woman, 29, and her mother’s husband, 52. Prosecution was not desired.

1:14 p.m. A burglary was reported on Mosquito Road in Mosquito.

3:20 p.m. A burglary was reported on Missouri Flat Road in Diamond Springs.

Nov. 17

12:23 a.m. The suspect and victim have one common child. During an argument on Coach Lane in Cameron Park, the suspect, Rafael Cardoza, 24, allegedly grabbed the 22-year-old female victim and would not let her go for about 5 minutes. The victim had no visible injuries.

9:22 a.m. A domestic violence incident allegedly occurred between a married couple on Christmas Tree Lane in Georgetown. The wife allegedly struck her husband, 43, in the head with a glass jar causing a noticeable injury. The wife was also allegedly found in possession of or access to a firearm and ammunition as a convicted felon. Misty Chapman, 33, was subsequently arrested and booked.

11:29 a.m. Petty theft was reported on Missouri Flat Road in Diamond Springs.

12:35 p.m. A female adult, 21, from Cameron Park reported allegedly being raped by a known male suspect, 21 while unconscious in Cameron Park on Nov. 13.

12:36 p.m. Deputies were dispatched to a petty theft call on Missouri Flat Road in Diamond Springs. Deputies identified the suspects, T.J. Rodenbaugh, 27, and Stacey Cox, 28, who were cited for alleged petty theft.

4:00 p.m. Unknown suspects have been stealing from the 56-year-old male victim on Sunnyhill Road in Rescue for several months. No forced entry was found.

6:20 p.m. Laura Cole, 54, was stopped on El Dorado Hills Boulevard in El Dorado Hills for an alleged traffic violation and taken to county jail for outstanding warrants.

7:54 p.m. Pit bulls allegedly attacked a neighbor’s dog on Mt. Casey Court in El Dorado Hills, causing serious injury and causing injury to an adult female as a result of the struggle to protect the dog. This case will be forwarded to animal control.

Cole Mayer

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