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Crime Log: Sept. 5-16

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From page A2 | October 07, 2013 |

Sept. 5

10:05 a.m. Jeffrey Holmes, 22, was arrested on Los Santos Drive in Cameron Park for allegedly being under the influence of a controlled substance.

8:58 p.m. A suspect allegedly assaulted her daughter, 19, on Granite Hill Road in Placerville. The suspect was subsequently arrested under a citizen’s arrest and booked for alleged battery.

9:47 p.m. Deputies were dispatched to a report of two adult males allegedly smoking methamphetamine in the Red Hawk parking structure. Both men were arrested for alleged possession of a controlled substance.

9:49 p.m. Deputies responded to a 911 hang up call on Speckled Road in Pollock Pines. Upon arrival, deputies interrupted an alleged domestic battery in progress. The female aggressor, Joanna Smith, 53, was arrested and booked into jail without incident.

Sept. 6

2:21 a.m. Jesus Rodriguez, 21, was contacted as passenger on a traffic stop on Glenwood Way in South Lake Tahoe and allegedly gave false information to law enforcement intentionally. He was subsequently arrested and identified from jail records.

Sept. 7

6:04 p.m. Charles Boyer, 42, was arrested on Jacquier Road in Placerville for alleged domestic violence.

9:56 p.m. A search warrant was conducted in on Mallard Lane in Placerville. Victor Becerra, 38, was arrested and booked into the county jail on alleged drug-related charges.

Sept. 8

12:03 a.m. A male reported he believed two male subjects were attempting to steal his ATV from his property on Winter Lane in Placerville.

2:22 a.m. A female suspect was seen at Red Hawk Casino sleeping in her vehicle. Upon contact, marijuana was allegedly smelled inside the vehicle. A search was conducted and methamphetamine was allegedly located. Jessica Landsness, 40, was arrested and booked into the jail.

2:33 a.m. A wanted felon allegedly threatened harm of another person on Cold Creek Trail in South Lake Tahoe and vandalized a window, door and two truck tires. The felon fled the scene and is at large.

10:06 a.m. A male subject in rescue advised dispatchers that people were at his residence on Peaceful Garden Way in Rescue threatening to kill him. The male’s claims were determined to be unfounded and the male, Jay Spear, 49, was arrested for multiple alleged drug-related offenses.

Sept. 9

10:13 a.m. 
A 25-year-old male employee’s vehicle was vandalized and burglarized while parked at a business on Mercedes Lane in El Dorado Hills.

Sept. 10

10:21 p.m. Joseph Mahnke, 33, was arrested for alleged trespassing at Red Hawk Casino. During the investigation the subject was allegedly found in possession of a meth pipe and had outstanding arrest warrants..

Sept. 11

12:15 p.m. A 45-year-old female victim reported items stolen during her move on Samuel Way in El Dorado Hills.

10:30 p.m. A married couple allegedly entered into a physical altercation on Consumnes Mine Road in Grizzly Flat. During the altercation the female subject, 44, allegedly received injuries
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Sept. 12

1:00 a.m. Dillon Griffin, 19, was contacted on Pony Express Trail in Cedar Grove and allegedly found to be in possession of a controlled substance. He was subsequently arrested.

9:00 a.m. After involvement in an on-campus narcotic related activity, one juvenile was arrested on Koki Lane in El Dorado and taken to juvenile hall for alleged sales of a controlled substance. A second juvenile was issued a citation for alleged possession of a controlled substance and was released to a parent.

5:43 p.m. A report of a possible assault with a deadly weapon on Bootjack Mine Road in Georgetown lead to an arrest of an adult male for allegedly making criminal threats.

Sept. 13

9:17 a.m. A subject reported her sister’s purse containing $25,000 of custom jewelry and an iPhone were taken from Jicarilla Drive in South Lake Tahoe. She suspected her sister’s caretaker was responsible for the theft.

11:00 a.m. A suspect allegedly stole gas from victims’ vehicles on Rose Lane in Placerville.

3:45 p.m. 
Subjects were contacted on Union Ridge Road in Placerville regarding a different investigation. Subjects were allegedly found to be in possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernelia. Steven West, 34, Bobbie Gumpolen, 23, and Sedena Pease, 33, were arrested and transported to the county jail without incident.

Sept. 14

1:00 a.m. Two subjects in dating relationship were allegedly in a physical altercation on Sly Park Road in Pleasant Valley. During the altercation the suspect allegedly used a make shift blowtorch to intimidate the second subject, a 42-year-old female. The suspect, Nathan Scott, 44, was subsequently arrested.

1:21 a.m. Justin Affonso, 25, was arrested on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs for alleged possession of heroin.

2:39 a.m. Deputies responded to a report of a suspicious person in a vehicle on Highway 49 in Diamond Springs. The subject, Kelly Long, 20, was allegedly determined to be in possession of and under the influence of heroin. He was arrested without incident.

9:06 a.m. Two subjects were allegedly engaged in a dangerous and reckless race on Highway 50 in El Dorado Hills. Both drivers were arrested and their vehicles impounded.

1:56 p.m. A witness allegedly observed two subjects shoplifting items at a grocery store on Coach Lane in Cameron Park. The subjects, Dallas Hight, 27, and Elizabeth Farquhar, 22, were arrested and later booked into the county jail.

4:15 p.m. Unknown subject(s) entered a residence on Nawal Drive in El Dorado Hills by unknown means and stole jewelry that has an estimated value of $56,200 dollars.

10:52 p.m. Deputies responded to a call of theft in progress at Safeway in Cameron Park. A female suspect, Suzanne Hassenplug, 43, allegedly admitted to taking items and was caught on surveillance doing so twice.

Sept. 15

12:47 a.m. Deputies responded to a vacation rental on Forest Mountain Drive in Tahoe Paradise to investigate a noise complaint. Illegal drug activity was allegedly observed in plain view, resulting in the arrest of Charles Au, 27, for allegedly obstructing and delaying the investigation. The person who rented the house, Felisa Le, 31, was allegedly found to be in violation of the vacation rental noise ordinance and was cited.

2:45 a.m. A burglary occurred at a gas station and convenience store on Pleasant Valley Road in Pleasant Valley. A passerby and at least three suspects were involved.

3:42 a.m. An unidentified group of males caused multiple vandalisms on Sudbury Road in Cameron Park. Multiple mailboxes were smashed and beer cans were left in the area.

6:30 a.m. An 18-year-old female was allegedly sexually assaulted by a known suspect on Platt Circle in El Dorado Hills.

2:45 p.m. Between approximately 6 p.m. on Sept. 14 and 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 15, approximately $2,400 in jewelry was stolen from a vending booth at the Hennington-Lotus Park in Lotus.

3:43 p.m.
 Deputies were dispatched to a domestic violence call on Service Court in Diamond Springs. Deputies identified the alleged dominant aggressor, Morgan Schiffner, 23, who was cited and released.

4:41 p.m.
 An engaged couple was involved in an argument on Greenleaf Drive in Diamond Springs. During this argument, the female allegedly grabbed the 45-year-old male’s head/face and dug her fingernails into his head. Her fingernails allegedly caused a visual injury including bleeding. Shannon Clarke, 45, was subsequently arrested.

5:40 p.m. A male subject, 55, reported his car had been keyed on Valley View Parkway in El Dorado Hills, causing over $1,500 in damage. The victim reported he did not know who was responsible for this damage.

6:45 p.m. Unknown suspect(s) stole the face plate portion of the victim’s car stereo from his unlocked vehicle on Mewuk Drive in South Lake Tahoe.

Sept. 16

3:41 a.m. Robert Steele, 48, was arrested for alleged possession of methamphetamine on Red Hawk Parkway in Shingle Springs.

5:32 a.m. A residence on Crown Point Drive in Diamond Springs was burglarized while the occupants slept.

7:46 a.m. Thang Bui, 4, and Naomi Raya, 46, were arrested for alleged possession of controlled substance at Red Hawk Casino. They were booked into the county jail.

12:11 p.m. A report was made of grand theft from Milford Circle in Bass Lake.

12:30 p.m. Known suspect(s) allegedly stole keys and a cellphone from an unlocked locker at the Millennium Sports Club in Shingle Springs. Deputies attempted to located the suspect(s) but were unsuccessful.

1:15 p.m. A 59-year-old male subject was contacted at his motel room on Highway 193 in Georgetown and a probation search was conducted. As a result of the search, he was allegedly found in possession of marijuana, assorted controlled substance paraphernalia and folding knives. All alleged items were a violation of his probation conditions.

3:48 p.m. A burglary was reported on Jacquier Road in Placerville.

6:24 p.m. Unknown suspect(s) burned a 48-year-old female victim’s trash can on Hills Court in El Dorado Hills.

 

 

 

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