A 53-year-old man wanted on a drug charge and a 37-year-old man who skipped a court appearance for false imprisonment were taken back into custody by Napa County authorities over the weekend.
According to the county sheriff's office, William Carl Cuneo was booked Jan. 25. Booking information indicates he was arrested in the 1700 block of El Centro Avenue in Napa for driving with a suspended license.
Cuneo has been listed the same week on the Napa Valley Crime Stoppers roster of wanted fugitives. He was sought for felony probation violation for selling or furnishing marijuana/hashish, a crime for which he was arrested in 2011 by Napa drug agents alerted that he had been advertising pot on Craiglist.
Jesus Navarro Cervantes, 37, was arrested Jan. 27 on warrants for felony failure to appear and false imprisonment, according to the sheriff's office and booking report.
No bail was set for either man.
Napa Valley Crime Stoppers is an Upvalley nonprofit that works with the Napa County Sheriff's Office and local media to combat crime in Napa County, offering no-questions-asked cash rewards for anonymous tips leading to the arrests of fugitives on its wanted list.
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