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Cyclist allegedly had stolen credit cards

Cyclist allegedly had stolen credit cards

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A man stopped by Napa police for a warrant check ended up being booked into jail on suspicion of possessing a wallet, identification and credit cards that had been reported stolen, according to police.

Kristopher Scott Booth, a 38-year-old Napa resident, was stopped around 7:15 p.m. Sunday as he rode his bicycle in the area of Old Sonoma Road and Roosevelt Street, police said.

The officer arrested him on three outstanding warrants, according to officials.

Police said a search of Booth revealed a wallet, identification and credit cards that had been reported stolen on Aug. 20.

Booth was booked into the county jail, police said. The items were returned to their owner.

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