A Napa teenager was arrested Saturday on suspicion of burglary after admitting he had stolen a pair of shoes the day before, according to a shift activity log from the :
On 08/31/12, PD Officers were called to the 100 Block of Trent Drive for a residential burglary. An investigation revealed the suspect entered the house, stole a pair of shoes, then left in a vehicle. No one was home at the time of the theft. Witnesses identified the vehicle and the suspect later that day.
On 09/01/12, the suspect, Alejandro Fernandez (an 18 year old Napa resident), surrendered to officers at the police department. Fernandez admitted to the theft and was booked.
Saturday night, another teenager was jailed on suspicion of DUI, giving false information to a police officer, being an unlicensed driver and violating probation, according to police:
On 09/01/12 about 2215 hours an NPD Officer stopped the suspect, Yorlin Hernandez 18 years old of Napa, in the area of Shurtleff Ave./Cayetano Dr. The suspect displayed symptoms of intoxication and provided a false name. Hernandez was placed under arrest for DUI and when his true identity was revealed, a records check confirmed he was unlicensed and on Napa County Felony Probation. Hernandez was transported and booked at NCDC.
A call from the hospital shortly after noon Saturday led to the arrest of a homeless woman on suspicion of being under the influence of a controlled substance, assaulting a peace officer and two counts of violating probation, according to police:
On 09/01/12, staff at reported a subject under the influence of a controlled substance leaving the hospital. The subject, 42 year old Napa transient Kathy Crabtree, was located in the area of Brown and Pueblo Ave. Where she refused to stop for an officer. When the officer attempted to detain Crabtree, she became physically combative. The officer overcame her resistance and she was taken into custody. She was returned to the hospital for treatment, and then booked for the listed charges. The officer was not injured.
A probation search at around 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 resulted in a return trip to jail for a Napa man who was booked on suspicion of possessing controlled substance, and a hypodermic syringe and three violations of probation, according to a police report:
Officers went to the 2200 block of Ethel Porter Street to conduct a probation search of Billy Couch (47 year old Napa resident). Couch was located at the residence with a small amount of methamphetamine and a hypodermic syringe. He was arrested and booked.
A Napa man was arrested shortly before midnight Aug. 28 on suspicion of possessing a narcotic controlled substance and narcotic paraphernalia, possessing a hypodermic syringe and being under the influence, according to police:
An officer on routine patrol observed Cooper Borg, 22 year old Napa resident, seated alone in a vehicle in the area of Cabot Way and Marina Dr. The officer made contact with Borg, who appeared to have been in the process of injecting drugs. The officer located a small amount of oxycontin, a hypodermic syringe and other paraphernalia. (Borg) was found to be under the influence and was booked on the listed charges. He did not have a prescription for the oxycontin.
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