Napa Police surrounded a home for about an hour and a half Saturday evening after a resident wanted on a warrant fled inside, the department reported.
At about 5:15 p.m., officers from the city’s Special Enforcement Unit patrolling the 2900 block of Piedmont Avenue saw 41-year-old Garrett Lars Elshere, who had a warrant for his arrest, Napa Police said in a Facebook post.
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When Elshere fled into his home, officers surrounded it and then used a public-address system and cellphone to request his surrender, according to Sgt. Omar Salem. A drone team from the Napa County Sheriff’s Office also responded, according to police.
At about 6:45 p.m., Elshere tried to flee his home on foot but was detained by officers, according to Salem. He was booked into the Napa County jail on suspicion of resisting arrest.
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PHOTOS OF THE MONTH: NAPA VALLEY NEWS IN PICTURES FOR FEBRUARY
Photos of the month: A look at Napa Valley news in pictures, February 2021
Matthew Eggers and instructor Stan Hitchcock work on a project at Napa Valley College's machine tool technology program. It's one of the few college programs that are meeting in person during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small groups of students meet for nursing classes at NVC during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alejo Calderon, a 76-year-old vineyard worker from Napa, was one of some 400 people to receive doses of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine Wednesday at St. John the Baptist Parish Hall during the start of OLE Health's two-day inoculation clinic. About 1,200 people, including local farmworkers and current OLE Health patients, are scheduled to receive the vaccine through Thursday.
Patients visiting OLE Health's coronavirus vaccination clinic at St. John the Baptist Parish Hall in Napa received shots at one of seven stations, then were asked to wait 15 minutes at the hall before leaving.
Patricia Rardin celebrating her 100th birthday with escargot and champagne courtesy of Bouchon.
A RV camper near BevMo! in north Napa in late February. Residents said they have nowhere else to go.
A toy seen near an RV camp in north Napa.
Trina Wagner says giving a fire victim a quilt is like "giving them a big hug and saying how sorry we are."
Rob Grassi, right, is the millwright at Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park in St. Helena. He was recently awarded the 2020 Preservationist of the Year Award of Merit for his work restoring the Bale Grist Mill wheel. Jacob Cull assisted.
A portrait of poet Amanda Gorman, along with her poem ‘The Hill We Climb,’ read at President Biden’s inauguration, is on display downtown Calistoga, as part of the Walking Tour of Poetry.
Students, teachers and staff created about 400 Valentines which will be distributed to Cedars Care Home, Rancho De Calistoga, Calistoga Springs, and Chateau Calistoga.
"Taking Liberties," featuring more than 100 personal interpretations of liberty, is on display at the corner of Main and Spring streets.
With restaurants currently unable to provide indoor dining, a flood of picnickers spread out on Oxbow Commons on a recent weekend. Napa County is hoping COVID-19 cases fall to a level that will allow some restrictions on businesses to be lifted.
Photographer Brent Kesterson of Lasting Memories takes a photo of a Bel Aire Park elementary school student. Pictures were taken outside and with appropriate social distancing.
Napa High junior Andre Fannin, right, and freshman Finn McGrath, left, and Vintage's Aidan Rutherford finished 7-8-9 in Wednesday's Big Game meet at Kennedy Park.
Justin-Siena’s Jacob Guiducci, foreground, gets a good start en route to winning Wednesday’s meet at American Canyon High.
Vintage's Erin Meader returns a deep shot by Napa High's Sophia Kroll in the No. 2 singles match at the Napa Valley Tennis Association courts on Feb. 23.
Napa High's No. 1 doubles player Ava Moreci returns a shot against Vintage at the Napa Valley Tennis Association courts on Tuesday.
Retired art teacher Linda Rowland led a heart-themed art project at St. Helena Elementary School.
Mary Novak's tree at the corner of Hudson and Madrona is festooned with Valentine's Day decorations.
The oldest of six children, Maria "Trini" Maldonado spent plenty of time in the kitchen while growing up in
Cuquío in the Mexican state of Jalisco. As a little girl, she sold "botanas" (snacks) like diced fruit with "chile de polvo" and lime. Today her recipes form the foundation of Trini's Catering, founded by her son Cristian.
Entrepreneur Brion Wise, who grew up on an fruit farm in Washington, grew cotton in Australia, developed a titanium bicycle chain, and operated a restaurant and bar in Colorado before moving to wine country.
ParentsCAN received a the generous donation from North Napa Rotary's Harvest Auction to help them support the families of children with special needs. The auction included items from local businesses and club members. Featured from left are ParentsCAN President Steve Simich, Bill Bennett, John Duser, fundraising chairperson Nelson Brooks (on photograph), Tom Webber and ParentsCAN executive director Marlena Garcia.
American Canyon senior Ezekiel Anderson, seated, poses with, from left, dad Ian, brothers Isaac and Kaleb, and mom Daniela after signing with Benedictine College on Jan. 31.
Carol Hall is hosting the Girl Scout Cookie Cupboard in her Napa garage during COVID-19.
Talia, a Napa Girl Scout, with her cookie haul. Due the the COVID-19 pandemic, cookies are only being sold online. They can be delivered in-person or mailed. There will be no public booth sales this year.
Kindergarten students in Christina Lawrence's classroom at Browns Valley school wear masks and work at desks with plastic barriers. Each has their own container of supplies. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most NVUSD students are only in the classroom twice a week and learning remotely the rest of the week.
Napan Peter Edridge built a 18-foot wingspan radio controlled airplane as a pandemic project. It can fly as fast as 100 mph.
Rhonda Chadwick, of House of Broken Dolly, said these pants were the only thing she had left after the 2020 fires destroyed her Berryessa home.
Emily Smith wraps candies at Napa chocolatier La Foret Chocolate & Confections. Did you know Sunday is Valentine's Day?
Emily Smith and Wendy Sherwood of
La Foret Chocolate & Confections busily prepare for Valentine's Day.
The inside of the old Press Wireless building in the Napa-Sonoma Wildlife Area. Once, equipment filled this room as workers took in radio transmissions of the news and tracked Sputnik satellites.
Napa’s new card room, Ace & Vine, opened for business this past week. Card games are temporarily being played in this outdoor tent.
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