Arrest information from the Napa Police Department does not indicate convictions.
A visiting couple with counterfeit identification and counterfeit money were arrested after filling a drug prescription shortly before 8 p.m. Wednesday, according to a shift activity log from the :
NPD Officers responded to the Pharmacy at 675 Trancas to a report that a wanted subject from southern California was in the store.
Upon their arrival, Officers contacted Edward John Kakos (2/24/54) seated as a passenger in a panel van parked in the parking lot.
In the driver’s seat of the van was Eleanor Lucas (2/7/58).
Both subjects provided false names and counterfeit identifications to the Officers.
The parties’ true IDs were confirmed and Kakos was confirmed to have felony warrants from San Luis Obispo and Ventura County for his arrest.
A search of the van was performed and prescription opiates were located for Kakos.
It was determined that Lucas was with Kakos when he filled the prescription at the pharmacy and Lucas used to complete the purchase.
Also located in the van was several hundred dollars in US currency that was determined to be as well as materials to produce more currency.
The license plates on the van did not match the registration and the van was confirmed to be stolen from Ventura County.
Both parties were arrested and booked into .
Kakos’s felony warrants were for crimes of fraud, auto theft and possession of stolen property, according to the penal and vehicle code citations in the log.
The two face additional charges of burglary, possession of fake ID, auto theft, possession of stolen property and conspiracy, according to the log.
A knife-wielding Napa man wound up in custody for assault with a deadly weapon and criminal threats after a 10 p.m. domestic-violence report Wednesday, according to police:
NPD Officers responded to a residence in the 500 block of River Glen to a report of a possible domestic violence involving a knife.
Upon arrival it was determined that Ricardo Orozco Aviles (11/18/73) of Napa was intoxicated and in an argument with the female victim.
Aviles armed himself with a knife and attempted to stab the victim and made threats to kill the victim.
Aviles was disarmed by the victim and a witness prior to the arrival of the police.
Aviles was arrested and booked into NCDC.
Police said a hit and run crash near downtown early Thursday morning ended with the driver in jail for felony DUI, felony hit and run, violating probation and resisting arrest, while his female passenger was hospitalized:
On 090811 at approximately 0518 hours (S) Abran Lopez (29 of Napa) was driving a vehicle south bound on Yajome Street approaching Yount Street traveling at an unknown speed.
Lopez drove the vehicle into a utility pole, causing major damage to the vehicle.
Lopez dragged a female passenger out of the vehicle and fled the scene when police arrived.
Lopez was apprehended after a foot pursuit and arrested.
Lopez was determined to be intoxicated, and has probation terms.
The female passenger was to where she was admitted for her injuries.
Failing to observe a STOP sign while in possession of drugs was the downfall of a Napa bicyclist Thursday afternoon, according to police, who appear to be on a first-name basis with their suspect:
On 090811 at approximately 1405 hours a Napa PD officer observed (S) Moreno, Miguel (30 of Napa) riding a bicycle near the 1800 block of Brown Street.
Miguel failed to stop at a stop sign and was stopped.
Miguel consented to a search and was found to be in possession of concentrated cannabis.
Miguel was arrested and booked.