Police Log for 7-17: Parolee Tries to Ditch Cops

Woman arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse.

Here’s some more information about the Napa Police foot chase that we reported on our Facebook and Twitter accounts yesterday, along with other incidents as reported by the Napa Police shift activity log.

At 3:14 p.m. on Tuesday, July 17, Napa County Sheriffs and a Napa Police Officer attempted to serve an arrest warrant for a parole violation for Tracy Fowler, 51, at a residence on the 100 block of Roosevelt Street in Napa. Fowler fled the home as the warrant was served, and was chased into the Lola’s Market shopping center.

The Napa police officer was able to catch Fowler, who reportedly resisted arrest and struggled with the officer and a sheriff’s deputy while being taken into custody. Fowler is currently being held at the Napa County Detention Center and was placed on a parole hold.

Later that afternoon, 41-year-old Jennifer Ashcraft was arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse at residence on Newell Circle. When police arrived at the residence, they discovered a male resident who claimed Ashcraft threw household items at him and struck him with her hands. Ashcraft has been booked into the Napa County Detention Center.

At 1:45 p.m. on Monday, July 16, Napa probation officers did a probation search at the home of Daniel Munchiando on the 200 block of Homewood Avenue. Officers arrested Munchiando for violating his probation after they discovered suspected heroin, suspected drug paraphernalia and for being in possession of prescription medication without a prescription. Munchiando has been booked into the Napa County Detention Center.

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