Crime

Sheriff's Arrest and Activity Log for 6-27-19

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 28, 2019 / comments

[PRpond]

The following people are on the arrest log of June 27, 2019, as reported by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department:

SLT Woman wakes up to find a bullet hole in her bedroom

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 27, 2019 / comments

[Chris Fiore]

SLT Woman wakes up to find a bullet hole in her bedroom, SLTPD Investigating

South Lake Tahoe, CA- South Lake Tahoe Police got a call from a woman who says she found a bullet hole in her window this morning.

The woman, who lives in the 3000 block of Fresno Ave., told officers she woke up to a loud noise around 3:00 AM and realized she had debris on her face. She didn’t think much of it and went back to sleep. When she woke up this morning, she found what she says is a bullet hole in her bedroom window. 

Stolen Vehicle recovered at Nugget Markets

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 25, 2019 / comments

[CHP Officer Ellison]

On 06/07/19 the CHP – Placerville recovered a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of the Nugget Markets. 

The male in the photos is responsible for driving the stolen vehicle and the female met him there after driving a newer grey Dodge Durango. 

Both subjects entered the store and purchased cleaning products and left together. 

If you recognize either of the subjects, please contact CHP Officer Ellison at 530-748-2450 or CHP Dispatch at 916-861-1300.

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Robocall Scams and You!

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 24, 2019 / comments

[EDSO Sergeant Anthony Prencipe]

SAN DIEGO COUNTY HAS AN AWESOME NEW TOOL TO COMBAT SEX TRAFFICKING

by Placerville Newswire / Jun 24, 2019 / comments

San Diego County has a new crime-fighting RV at its disposal.

The mobile command center, which will be used in anti-sex-trafficking operations, was unveiled at the San Diego County Administration Center in Kearny Mesa last week. It is 37 feet long and can hold a variety of equipment used to find and rescue sex trafficking victims, according to NBC News. It can also hold victims’ family members who sometimes accompany rescue teams.

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