Harley Dale Logsdon was taken into custody just before 2 a.m. at the Blackbird Inn, 1755 First St., Napa.
Napa Police officers on Monday received information that Logsdon was allegedly utilizing fraudulent credit card numbers in order to stay at a room at the Blackbird Inn.
Upon arrival, police said they found that Logsdon gave a false name and provided a fake California Driver’s License to identify himself.
The Police Department received information during this investigation that the Secret Service was looking at Logsdon for being a part of a scam ring.
Logsdon’s wallet allegedly contained two fake California Driver’s Licenses, six credit cards with his false names and other person’s credit card numbers.
Logsdon was arrested, transported and booked at Napa County Department of Corrections.
A 52-year-old man was arrested early Tuesday morning on a warrant for possessing and transmitting child pornography.
Gregory Perry was taken into custody on the arrest warrant at 9 a.m. today at the Napa Police station, 1539 First S., Napa.
Police said the arrest came after a Napa Police detective developed information that a resident in the 100 block of Raymond Avenue used Peer to Peer file sharing software and downloaded child pornography on April 22, 2013.
July 8, 2013, Napa Police investigations unit officers served a search warrant at the residence in the
100 block of Raymond and allegedly determined Perry as the possible suspect who
had been downloading child pornography.
Computers and media devices were seized
from the residence and later forensically examined.
Child pornography was
discovered on the computer.
The Napa Police detective obtained an arrest warrant for
Perry was taken into custody at the Police Station today for the arrest warrant.