An argument among roommates early Wednesday morning at a Napa house culminated in a man's arrest on a felony threat allegation, police reported.
Officers were called to the 2400 block of Sonoma Street shortly before 12:45 a.m. after reports of a disturbance at the home, during which a person threatened to kill the occupants, according to Lt. Chase Haag. At the house, Daniel Raymond Hendricks, 30, of Napa resisted police and was detained, Haag said.
An investigation revealed that during the argument, Hendricks threatened the occupants, retrieved a machete and removed its sheath, although he did not brandish it directly toward any one person, according to Haag.
Hendricks was booked into the Napa County jail on a felony allegation of making a criminal threat and a misdemeanor allegation of resisting police, as well as for a suspected parole violation.
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MAY 29: American Canyon Police used a patrol dog to stop a man who used an ax to try to force his way into a neighbor's house, according to th…
MAY 21: Napa Police announced the arrest of a former hotel employee in connection with several months of fraudulent purchases using stolen cre…
MAY 2: At least three cars and one house were struck by gunfire , Napa Police reported.
MAY 23 -- An Oakland man faces assault and robbery allegations after an attempted theft from a supermarket, according to Napa Police.
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APRIL 4: A phone call reporting a homicide drew law enforcement officers to a St. Helena home, but turned out to be a hoax, police reported.
FEB. 22: California Highway Patrol reports a man sustained major injuries after trying to cross Highway 29 in Napa on foot.
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