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Sickened Boy's Dad Arrested on Warrants: Napa Police Log

After a 2-year-old boy fell ill Saturday afternoon, possibly after eating medication, police arrested his father on two outstanding warrants, according to the Napa Police Department.

A 23-year-old Napa man was arrested on outstanding warrants after his 2-year-old son was hospitalized shortly after 1 p.m. Saturday, according to an arrest summary from the City of Napa Police Department:

Officers and medical emergency personnel responded to the 700 block of Lincoln Ave. regarding a medical incident involving a two year old male who possibly obtained and ingested medication as the child had vomited and was lethargic.

The child’s parents did not see the child take the medication, but a small amount of medication could not be accounted for. Given the child’s condition, his parents called 911.

The child was transported by ambulance to Queen of the Valley Medical Center for possible ingestion of medication. (No further information on child’s medical condition). As required by law, this case was sent to Child Protective Services for review.

While investigating this incident officers learned that the child’s father, Thomas Flores (23 yrs. of Napa) had two outstanding warrants. Flores was arrested and booked into Napa County Department of Corrections.

In other police news, a 49-year-old Napa bicyclist was jailed on suspicion of possessing drugs and paraphernalia after police saw him blow off a traffic signal at about 9:30 p.m. Friday, according to the arrest summary:

An officer stopped Richard Noel Dalporto (8/6/63) of Napa, for running a red light on his bicycle at Lincoln and California. Dalporto was in possession of concentrated cannabis, and a meth pipe with a usable amount of meth in the pipe. Dalporto was arrested and booked into Napa County Department of Corrections.

A Napa man was jailed Saturday night after allegedly stealing from the south Napa Target, police said:

Paul Kirgiorgis (59 yrs. of Napa). was observed to walk out of the Target Store on Soscol, without paying for a jacket and a sweater.

The Loss Prevention Agent of the Target store contacted Kirgiorgis and placed him under citizen’s arrest for the theft.

Officers arrived and took custody of Kirgiorgis. Officers learned that Kirgiorgis was on probation out of Napa for a prior theft and had two outstanding bench warrants ($10,000 for theft and $10,000 for Domestic Battery). Kirgiorgis was transported and booked at Napa County Department of Corrections.

Arrest information does not indicate convictions.

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