A Napa woman landed in the county jail Monday morning after she allegedly threatened a woman in the South Napa Marketplace parking lot with a knife, according to a Napa Police press release.
The incident happened about 8:30 a.m., Monday, when an officer was flagged down by the alleged victim. She told police she and another woman, later identified as Kathy Ann Crabtree of Napa, were in an argument when Crabtree allegedly pulled a knife from her bra and threatened to stab her, the press release said.
Crabtree fled from the scene when a passerby intervened, police said.
Officers were able to gather evidence at the scene to identify the attacker as Crabtree, the press release said.
Police located Crabtree on Hartle Court and took her into custody. They discovered she was wanted on two unrelated outstanding warrants.
Crabtree, 42, was arrested on suspicious of brandishing a weapon, making criminal threats and the warrants. She was booked into Napa County Department of Corrections.
Grant Clayton Wood, 20, of Napa was taken into custody on alleged DUI charges after he crashed his car about 10:30 p.m., Monday, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Wood was southbound in his 2005 Toyota Scion on Highway 29, north of Tower Road in south Napa County, when he made an unsafe lane change and lost control of his car, slamming the Toyota into a dirt embankment, the CHP said.
Wood was determined to be under the influence of alcohol and arrested, the CHP said, adding, he was medically treated at the scene and released.
He was booked into NCDC for misdemeanor DUI.