Napa Police Log: Vandalism, Drug, Domestic Violence Suspects Arrested

Recent arrests from the City of Napa Police Department. Arrest information does not indicate convictions.

A 29-year-old homeless woman was arrested at about 8:45 Tuesday morning on suspicion of felony vandalism to a downtown bridge, according to a shift activity log from the :

Officers were called to the area of the First Street Bridge east of Main St. for a subject defacing the sidewalk.  Officers located the suspect, 29 year old Napa Transient Amy Larson.  Larson is a suspect in numerous incidents of defacing city property and was arrested for felony vandalism.

Monday at about 4:45 p.m., a 64-year-old Napa man was jailed on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance, the log continues:

Officers were called for an intoxicated subject in the 2200 block of Jefferson St. Officers located Stephen Davis, a 64 year old Napa resident in the area. Davis displayed symptoms of being under the influence and Officers found him in possession of controlled substances which were not prescribed to him.

About an hour later, a man and woman were arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance and possessing narcotic paraphernalia, with the woman facing an additional charge of providing false identification to police, according to the log:

Officers were called to a report of drug activity in the 400 block of Monroe St.  Officers located two subjects, Danielle Boos (31) and Jason Wood (34) of Napa in a vehicle.  ood initially gave a false name, but was later identified and was found to have two active warrants. Boos was found to have a small amount of methamphetamine and a meth pipe. Both were arrested.

Shortly before 1:30 a.m. Monday, a Napa man was jailed after allegedly injuring a woman when an argument turned violent, according to police:

Officers responded to a domestic disturbance at the 1400 Block of First Street. Officers arrived on scene and arrested Stephen Forbes 08-12-74 for 273.5 PC Domestic Violence. He was booked at . The female victim sustained injuries minor in nature.

Arrest information does not indicate convictions.

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Tom Davidson September 14, 2012 at 06:13 PM
So you develop your opinions from Facebook ? From your Facebook page ? Well, that explains alot. I wish I would've known. I should've known. Best of Luck in your endeavors, and thanks for the insight. I'll try to make you happy. No more confusion. No more time machines, Thanks for your time. Sorry to have bothered you.
Louisa Hufstader September 14, 2012 at 06:50 PM
More is coming: We expand to include Yountville, St. Helena, Calistoga and as much of unincorporated Napa County as — well, that depends on the readers and businesses there. Napa Valley Patch launches Sept. 27. I welcome _specific_ suggestions for what you would like to see on the expanded site. Thanks in advance, all.
tamie September 14, 2012 at 07:44 PM
I, myself like to know what is going on in our community. Pictures of those being held for violent crimes or burglary wouldn't be a bad idea either (when going on to the Sheriff's In-Custody page of their site). Of course anyone can reform but there are plenty of repeat offenders that I would want to recognize in a crowd. My opinion...no backlash please
Scott Yeager September 14, 2012 at 08:00 PM
Obviously you consider a public arrest an "intimate" detail of someones life, no matter what the crime is or where they were arrested. Doesn't matter if they live 10 doors down from you or 10 mile away. As I stated, a public arrest isn't an intimate detail as the examples I gave make clear. I don't know what you expected on a community website but obviously this isn't the place for you. Like I said before, I don't look at the arrest info because it's like a tv. Don't like the channel, change it.
Louisa Hufstader September 14, 2012 at 10:36 PM
I just got off the phone with the woman accused of felony vandalism. She tells a very different story: Click the "Keep me posted" button at the end of the story above for a notification when it is published.


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