Officers intervened when they spotted a car without a license plate parked next to Highway 29 near Mini Drive at 11:20 p.m. Sunday.
Police said one of the recovered catalytic converters matched up with a resident's damaged vehicle exhaust system.
A Fairfax man was arrested Friday after a high-speed American Canyon-to-Napa pursuit ended with a crash on Highway 29, according to police.
A video camera's partial read of a vehicle license plate was key to making an arrest, police said.
A Clear Lake man was injured Wednesday after driving off Highway 29 near Robert Louis Stevenson State Park in Napa County.
The driver was ejected from his vehicle and had to be carried to a medical helicopter to an area hospital, police said.
Police are wanting to talk to anyone who might have information about the incident on Feb. 18 outside apartments on Soscol Avenue.
One of the suspects hit his victim over the head with a catalytic converter after being caught in the act, Napa Police said.
The pursuit exceeded 90 mph before a vehicle crashed into a tree outside Chardonnay Golf Course, according to police.
A motorist was arrested after an incident Saturday night at the American Canyon corporation yard, police reported.
The shopper was distracted by one woman while another stole her wallet from her shopping cart, police said.
A man in Napa who left his keys in the car watched a woman steal it, but police caught her shortly thereafter.
A man driving a stolen pickup fled from Napa County Sheriff's officers and hit a house.
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Police said they recovered the cash register which contained both bills and coins.
Officers used a spike strip to disable the fleeing vehicle.
Police are also asking the public if they have witnessed similar incidents on the Vine Trail.