The Napa who died after setting himself on fire yesterday is Kyle Wilson Domingo, 24, according to Napa County Sheriff Capt. Tracey Stuart.
Stuart said Domingo lived at the residence in the 400 block of Monroe Street in Napa with his parents.
Domingo's death is the second time this year in Napa that a young man has committed suicide by setting himself on fire.
In March, 31-year-old Adam Lieberstein died in similar fashion on a Highway 29 bike path near the freeway overpass at Trancas Street.
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A 24-year-old Napa man died earlier today after police said he set fire to himself at a home in the 400 block of Monroe Street in Napa.
Police are investigating whether the fire was intentiional and meant as a suicide, said Napa Police Capt. Jeff Troendly. He declined to release the man's identity.
"At this stage in the investigation, it appears this was an intentional act," Troendly said in a media report.
He said citizens called Napa Dispatch Center today at 11:43 a.m. to report a possible structure fire in the 400 block of Monroe Street.
Responding Napa Fire Department personnel and Napa Police Officers determined the fire was actually a resident, who had set fire to himself, Troendly said.
The resident was determined to be deceased by the Napa Fire Department.
"The deceased is a white male in his 20s and is a Napa resident," Troendly said. "His identity is not being released at this time."
The investigation is being forwarded to the Napa County Sheriff’s Office- Coroners Division, he said.
According to Napa County Sheriff Capt. Tracey Stuart, the coroner's investigation team responded to the scene and "all indications are that this was a suicide," she said.
"The deceased has been identified as a 24-year-old male, of Napa, but his identity won’t be released until more family has been notified tomorrow," Stuart said.
The autopsy is tentatively scheduled for Friday, Stuart said.