Tuesday, June 29
1831 — Medical aid for a person with severe arthritic pain on Hunt Avenue.
Wednesday, June 30
0210 — Police cited a parked car with expired registration.
1501 — Non-injury accident in the elm tunnel.
1506 — A neighboring agency asked for help with a food pursuit near Foothill Boulevard.
1538 — Report of a reckless driver on Spring Street.
1539 — Police took a report on a non-injury hit-and-run.
2342 — Report of two unwelcome and possibly intoxicated women standing outside a Spring Street restaurant and harassing the staff. They’d been there for a couple of hours and had already been asked to leave.
Thursday, July 1
0751 — Report of construction noise with ongoing beeping on Scott Street. An officer spoke to the construction crew, which hadn’t started work yet, and discovered the beeping was from a fire alarm.
1417 — Police were told to be on the lookout for an attempted theft suspect last seen driving toward Main Street in an old BMW.
1835 — Medical aid for a stroke victim on El Bonita Avenue.
1945 — A caller said he filled out an online application for a rental in Napa, but he wasn’t sure if it was a scam.
1959 — Police cited a driver for expired registration.
Friday, July 2
0532 — Lift assist on Redondo Court.
1208 — Lift assist on Pope Street. Units on scene determined the need for further evaluation and assistance for a resident who appears to be unable to care for themselves.
1817 — Report of a man possibly under the influence outside the library. He was making weird gestures and talking to himself, and he had an unleashed dog that was going up to people.
2049 — A car was having mechanical problems and blocking the westbound lane of Deer Park Road near Highway 29. An officer helped legally park it on the side of the road.
2222 — Report of a reckless driver on Dowdell Lane.
Saturday, July 3
1239 — Calistoga police said to be on the lookout for a petty theft suspect who was caught on surveillance footage stealing a pair of earrings and a ring from a Calistoga store. She was a light-skinned Black woman, approximately 18 or 19, wearing a light gray cotton dress and white tennis shoes.
1252 — Medical aid for a person on San Juan Court who was feeling very weak and needed to go to the hospital.
1512 — Report of a huge water leak on Fulton Lane.
1856 — Report of a drunk man on a skateboard on Pope Street.
2304 — Police responded to a loud music complaint on Stockton Street.
2353 — Report of a husband and wife trapped inside an apartment on McCorkle Avenue.
Sunday, July 4
0143 — Report of a loud party behind a business near Main/Grayson.
0249 — Report of guests being very loud at a south St. Helena hotel.
0335 — Report of a loud party continuing near Main Street.
0805 — Report of someone using power tools on Tainter Street before 7:30 a.m. on a Sunday.
0915 — Police assisted with the Fourth of July bike parade starting at Starr/Harvest.
0929 — A dog was briefly reported missing from Hudson Avenue, but it returned home momentarily.
1111 — A caller reported being separated from her friend during the bike parade. The friend showed up at her home a few minutes later.
1140 — A black backpack containing a passport and wallet was found near a play structure at Meily Park.
1342 — A pool was overflowing into a neighbor’s backyard on Sylvaner Avenue.
1437 — An officer removed some tire tread from the roadway near Main/Fulton.
1543 — A suspicious man was spotted on surveillance footage trying to enter a Stockton Street house.
1641 — A driver holding an open can of Crown Royal almost hit another car near Railroad/Adams. Police checked the area.
1727 — A black Specialized bike was reported missing. It might have been left at Meily Park at least three weeks ago.
2055 — Report of a loud party on Spring Mountain Road.
Monday, July 5
0030 — Following a traffic stop at Hunt/Main, police arrested a 19-year-old Napa man on suspicion of underage DUI.
0837 — Report of a tree being cut down on a holiday near Oak/Adms.
0944 — Report of a reckless driver in a white Mustang speeding and passing over double yellows on Silverado Trail.
1113 — The manager of a local restaurant reported getting a threatening phone call from a person who’s been asked to leave the restaurant in the past.
1240 — A Hunt Avenue resident locked herself out of her house and needed help getting in. Police referred her to a locksmith.
1405 — A Meadowcreek Circle resident said a fox had been getting into her yard and eating the birdseed out of her bird feeder. She’s seen it twice now.
1714 — A former hotel guest was camping in her car in the hotel’s parking lot, even though she’d been asked to leave.
1846 — Police contacted a pedestrian at Lyman Park and arrested a 29-year-old St. Helena woman for a probation violation.
2002 — An extension cord was stolen from Library Lane.
2119 — Lift assist on Redondo Court.
2143 — A driver was cited for having a bad taillight.
Tuesday, July 6
0513 — A driver was cited for passing in the center turn lane of Main Street near Charter Oak Avenue.
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Here is a roundup of police and fire reports in Napa County.
A vehicle pursuit resulted in the arrest of a woman at the start of the chase in American Canyon, and of a man at its conclusion in Solano County.
A brief vehicle pursuit followed reported thefts from Bay Area stores ended with the arrests of three people south of Napa.
A reported theft of alcoholic beverages from the south Napa Target store led to the arrest of a Napa resident.
A collision in south Napa resulted in the arrest of a driver on suspicion of felony drunken-driving.
The Napa County Sheriff's Office reported making three arrests after the interruption of a home burglary.
Napa Police arrest a man who reportedly climbed onto a moving truck on Highway 29.
A 15-year-old boy is believed to be responsible for the shooting of a west Napa resident
A domestic dispute led to a man's arrest on a firearm allegation in his hometown of Stockton, according to American Canyon Police.
Napa Police reported the seizure of a "ghost" handgun from a 17-year-old student.
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