A 43-year-old man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of assault and parole violation.
Napa Police took James Peters into custody at about 3:30 p.m. at Third and Burnell streets in Napa.
Police said Peters' arrest was in connection with an alleged incident that occurred around 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, at the Chevron Station parking lot at Soscol Avenue and Imola streets in Napa.
A Napa police officer spoke Tuesday morning with the victim who was at Queen of
the Valley Hospital being treated for fractures to the left and right orbital
The victim told the officer that he was at the Chevron Station
parking lot with his girlfriend when a person he knows at James Peters allegedly walked
up to him and starting kicking him in the head numerous times.
The victim lost
consciousness, when he woke up he went back to his homeless camp.
morning the victim was in a lot of pain and had visible bruising and swelling.
It is unknown why Peters would have walked up to the victim and started kicking him.
Thursday, Aug. 29 at about 3:30 p.m., the Napa Police officer investigating the incident located
Peters at Third and Burnell streets
Peters was arrested and booked at Napa County Department of Corrections.
Two men were arrested Thursday on suspicion of larceny and on outstanding warrants.
Villanueva, 31, and Dennis Tobin, 35, were arrested at about 4 p.m. in the 2100 block of Locust Drive in Napa.
At that time, Napa Police officers accompanied Napa County Probation Department officers to the 2100 block of Locust Drive to conduct a probation search at this residence.
the residence, 25 oxycodone pills were allegedly located in a jacket belonging to Tobin.
Christopher Villanueva was also contacted at the house, He had several Napa
County arrests warrants.
Villanueva had removed his Napa County alcohol ankle
bracelet from his person about one week ago. The bracelet is valued at $1,500.
Villanueva told police he does not know where the bracelet is.
Both men were arrested and booked at NCDC.
A 22 year old Yolo County man was arrested by Napa Police just before 10 a.m. Friday, today, on suspicion of larceny, burglary and terrorizing threats.
Daniel Wright was taken into custody at a home in the 1800
block of Silverado Trail in Napa.
On Friday at 9:48 a.m. an employee of the Cope Center in the 1300 block of 4th
Street in Napa had located Wright inside the closed business.
Wright had stated he was waiting for his girlfriend (the victim) who works at the business.
does not work at this location but had seeking their services.
The victim had
reported to Yolo County law enforcement that she had been badly beaten up on Aug. 24 by Wright. It is believed that Wright followed her to Napa at the Cope
After the victim reported the domestic violence to Yolo County law enforcement,
the victim said Wright had allegedly threatened to kill her and broke into her apartment.
later located at the Napa City-County Library on Division Street.
He was arrested and booked at NCDC.
A man was arrested early today, Friday, Aug. 30, on suspicion of spousal abuse and domestic violence.
Nathan Gallegos was taken into custody at 12:47 a.m. at a home in the 3100 block of Jefferson Street in Napa.
Officers responded to
a report of a possible domestic violence incident in the 3100 block of
arrived, they were checking the area for the people involved. Near the center of
the trailer park, the officers could hear yelling.
A Napa Police officer observed
Gallegos allegedly push and hit the victim once in the face. While the officer was running
towards the victim and suspect to provide aid, Gallegos forcibly pushed the
victim to the ground.
When the officer came within a couple of feet of
Gallegos, Gallegos complied with the officer and he was taken into custody.
victim declined medical attention but had sustained swelling, bruising and a
large lump to the right side of her face.
She also had road rash on her left arm and leg. Dion was arrested and booked at NCDC.