Pair of lingerie-clad dancers allegedly take off with cash
At about 9:40 p.m. May 17, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy responded to a report of a theft at a vacation rental on South Benjamin Drive.
The deputy met with a 33-year-old Castro Valley man and a 35-year-old Danville man who claimed that two exotic dancers arrived at the house for a bachelor party, collected a $400 “administrative fee” from the men and proceeded into a room in the rental property to change clothes.
As the Castro Valley man stood on a balcony of the rental property, he observed the dancers, now dressed in lingerie, exit the rental property and leave the area in a white BMW sedan, according to a deputy’s report.
The deputy had attempted to contact the dancers as well as the company they work for but had not yet made contact at the time the report was written.
At about 10:40 a.m. May 12, a maid reported a back sliding door at a vacation rental property in the 3300 block of South Upper Truckee Road was open and property was missing.
An El Dorado County sheriff’s deputy responded to the residence and found pry marks on the front door, according to a deputy’s report.
The owner of the property later determined that three 15-inch LCD televisions and two DVD players were missing from the property.
The total loss from the apparent burglary, including the cost to fix the front door, was approximately $1,020, according to the report.