A 23-year-old Vallejo woman and a 30-year-old Vallejo man were arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at Kohl's Department Store in Napa, outstanding warrant and giving false information to police.
Dernyisha Andrea Gaines and Edward Dutton were taken into custody at about 4:30 p.m. Friday at the store at 1116 First St., Napa.
Officers were dispatched to a
report of shoplifting that occurred at Kohl's. According to store security, they watched Dernyisha Gaines enter the
store with a baby stroller.
They watched her take numerous items and place them
into her purse and a diaper bag. She then allegedly exited the store without paying for
When contacted by security outside of the store, she fled and ran to
a silver Dodge sedan in the parking lot near Starbucks. Gaines then got into
Two Napa County District Attorney Investigators allegedly witnessed Gaines fleeing and contacted her and the driver of the vehicle, Edward Dutton.
Napa police officers arrived
and contacted Gaines. Originally Gaines gave a false name. A search of her
belongings resulted in officers finding a California identification card
showing her true identity.
A records check showed Gaines had a warrant out of
Napa County for petty theft.
Gaines was arrested for burglary, giving false information to a peace officer and for the warrant. The total loss from the store was $344.
Dutton was arrested on an
outstanding traffic warrant out of Los Angeles. Both were booked.
A 45-year-old Napa man was arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, possession of burglary tools and not having a drivers license or current registration.
Jason Demitreous Thompson was taken into custody just before 10 p.m. Friday in the vicinity of Anderson Road and Highway 221 in Napa.
An officer was driving behind a red Honda southbound on Highway 221 near Anderson Road.
The officer ran the license
plate through DMV and learned the displayed license plate belonged on an
Infinity not a Honda.
The officers stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver who was identified as Jason Thompson. After the stop, the officer ran the vehicle identification number and learned the Honda was stolen out of Solano County, and the plates were stolen from a car in the 2100 block of Imola.
Thompson was taken into custody. A search of the vehicle resulted in officers allegedly finding burglary tools.
was booked and the stolen items returned to their rightful owners.
####An 18-year-old Napa man was taken into custody on suspicion of spousal battery and failure to obey a juvenile court order.
Marcos Castillo was taken into custody just after noon on Saturday at a residence in the 3000 block of Solano Avenue in Napa.
Officers were dispatched to a
report of a family disturbance in the 3000 block of Solano Avenue. Upon
arrival, officers contacted the victim in the parking lot south of an apartment
The victim advised the suspect, later identifiedas Marcos Cendejas Castillo, left the scene prior to police arrival. Another officer located Castillo down the street.
The victim stated she met Castillo
at his residence, in the 3000 block of Solano Avenue, to exchange their child.
When the victim arrived, she observed Castillo smoking a cigarette in his
Prior to giving him their child, the victim asked that Castillo air
out the vehicle so the smoke wouldn't affect the baby.
Castillo allegedly refused to do so.
An argument ensued as Castillo attempted to strap the child into his car seat.
The victim stood near Castillo asking him to wait before leaving with the
Castillo allegedly pushed the victim with his arm to get her to move away. After strapping in the child, Castillo slammed the door, hitting the victim as she stood between it.
Castillo was arrested and booked.####
A 47-year-old Napa-area transient was arrested Sunday on suspicion of resisting arrest, concealing evidence, being under the influence of a controlled substance and dumping waste in the Napa River.
Randall Kelly Kilgore was taken into custody at around 6 p.m. in the vicinity of First and Juarez streets in Napa.
Officers responded to the First Street Bridge near Juarez for a report of a disturbance under the bridge.
arrival, officers contacted Kilgore and Steven Hubbard. Kilgore
initially was uncooperative and threw suspected contraband into the river.
Fire Department responded in attempt to recover possible evidence from the
river. Contraband was not located, but evidence of drug use was located.
Kilgore displayed signs of being under the influence and was evaluated. It was determined Kilgore was under the influence of a controlled substance. As officers attempted to take Kilgore into custody a brief struggle ensued and he was eventually arrested after being sprayed with pepper spray.
Kilgore was booked into Napa County Department of Corrections after being medically cleared for pepper spray exposure by Queen of the Valley Medical Center staff.