Napa Police Blotter: Domestic Violence Arrests

Domestic confrontations resulted in arrests three times over the weekend, according to Napa police.

Police made three arrests on suspicion of domestic violence over the weekend, according to arrest summaries from the City of Napa Police Department:

Officers responded to a report of an argument in the 2500 block of Main Street about 10 p.m., Dec. 2.

Upon their arrival, officers saw that Manuel Ramirez and the alleged female victim were involved in an argument, police said.

The woman told police Ramirez assaulted her during the fight, causing minor injuries, police said, adding, she  did not require medical attention.

Ramirez, whose age and residence were not available, was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and booked into the Napa County Department of Corrections.

Earlier the same day at 6:30 a.m., Napa police dispatched officers to a report of an assault in the 1100 block of H Street, the press release said.

The alleged female victim claimed Ronald Andrew Lloff, 47, of Napa, assaulted her, leaving visible injuries, police said.

Lloff was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and taken to NCDC.

At around 3 a.m. Dec. 1, Amy Morey was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence after the alleged victim told police she assaulted him during an argument at a residence at 2052 Wilkins Ave, the press release said.

The alleged victim suffered minor injuries that did not require medical attention, police said.

Morey, 29, of Napa, was booked into NCDC.

Arrest information does not indicate convictions. For the latest reports on crime and arrests in the Napa Valley, please see our Police & Fire section, available from the News tab above and at napavalley.patch.com/police-fire.

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