Watch out for mail theft during the holidays

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 18, 2016 / comments

El Dorado County Sheriff Sgt. Tasha Thompson warns: "Watch out for mail theft during the holidays"

The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office typically experiences an increased number of calls for service regarding theft of mail during the holiday season. With the holiday season upon us and the increase of online shopping, we would like to provide some helpful tips to protect your packages.

Have your package delivered to an attended location. Your place of work, a trusted friend, neighbor or the carrier distribution center.

Sheriff Arrest and Activity Log for 12/16/2016

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 17, 2016 / comments

The following people are on the arrest log yesterday as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department

Local News RoundUp for 12-16-16

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 16, 2016 / comments

The Local News RoundUp is the Placerville Newswire's daily news clipping service of articles related to El Dorado County and local government.

Web-savvy Forest Service ranger turns spotlight on wilderness

Sheriff Arrest and Activity Log for 12/15/2016

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 16, 2016 / comments

The following people are on the arrest log yesterday as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

BRENNAN, ROBERT VINCENT
Age: 56, Sex: M
BN: JN1606031
Facility: PV, Agency: PCHP
Status: RELEASED
Charge 1: FELONY 20001(A) HIT AND RUN:DEATH/INJURY Bail: $25,000.00
Charge 2: FELONY 23153(F) DUI ALC/DRUG:CAUS BOD INJ Bail: $50,000.00

Struggling to make ends meet? The The Food Bank of El Dorado County is here to Help

by Placerville Newswire / Dec 16, 2016 / comments

The holiday season is here! A Joyous time of the year that most people look forward to but it can be a time of sadness and depression for some of our neighbors who struggle to make ends meet.

Many local residents are asking themselves right now, “How am I going to provide a holiday meal, gifts for my children and still pay the rent and bills at the end of the month?”

This year, your local Food Bank is busy planning and working with the community to reach out to this struggling population.

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