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FUGITIVE FRIDAY UPDATE: Suspects Arrested

Thomas Michael Flores. Credit Napa Valley Crime Stoppers
Thomas Michael Flores. Credit Napa Valley Crime Stoppers
Napa Valley Crimestoppers announced the following arrests of suspects previously listed in Fugitive Friday:

--Jennifer Calypson Ashcraft was arrested this afternoon by Napa Police. She was listed this morning in Fugitive Friday. She was wanted for  felony failure to appear for causing harm/death of elder/dependent adult; assault with deadly weapon with force & possible great bodily injury; battery with serious bodily injury.

--Hector Hernandez, 31, was arrested May 29 by American Canyon police on four outstanding warrants originally issued June 6, 2011. Hernandez was featured on Napa Valley Patch on June 30, 2011.

Thomas Michael Flores was arrested Tuesday, June 4. He has been wanted
wanted on suspicion of felony contempt of court on transporting/selling narcotic/controlled substance but his warrant was recalled on March 11.

Jenica Annette Hastings
was arrested by the CHP on May 23, booked into the Solano County Jail, and transported to NCDC on Tuesday, June 4. She had been wanted for multiple crimes and has been arrested several times already this year.

Scott Paul Knight was arrested June 1.  He was featured Tuesday in Napa Valley Patch.

Diego Ochoa Palmas was arrested May 31 by Napa Police Department. He was featured Tuesday in Napa Valley Patch.

The following people were included in a previous Napa Valley Crime Stoppers announcement as being arrested:
 
Dwain Dale Chuning was arrested on May 27.

George Juarez was arrested by the Butte County Sheriff’s Department on May 23  and transported to NCDC on May 24.

Justin Thomas Kent was arrested by the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department on May 23 and was awaiting transportation to NCDC.

Jaime Giemi Mendoza was arrested by the Imperial County Sheriff’s Department and was awaiting transportation to NCDC.







Belle (Orchid Lady) June 08, 2013 at 02:58 PM
Patch-if I may....I would like to suggest the photos appear with the suspects name under/over the photo? They are not always in the order that the "wanted" information is, and more often than not we have two or more suspects with near identical descriptions.

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