Napa police arrested two 18-year-old men with alleged gang affiliations in separate incidents Sunday, according to a shift activity log from the .
The first was jailed on suspicion of battery on a nurse, being drunk in public, violation of probation and a felony gang enhancement, according to the log:
Officers were called to the area of Lernhart and Minahen for a person down. Napa Fire Department Paramedics located William Medina, an 18 year old Napa resident lying next to a bottle of liquor. Medina was transported to where he spit on a nurse and told them he was a Norteno gang member. After Medina had been treated, he was booked for the listed charges.
Another arrest came around 2 p.m. Sunday, police said:
Officers found Armando Cazares in the 2100 block of Clay St. He had two outstanding warrants. One for a gang disturbance in Napa and one for possession of a controlled substance in Solano County. Both were felony charges.
in August to the list of wanted fugitives. Arrest information does not indicate convictions.
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