Two Napa Valley women are accused of trying to murder an unidentified 23-year-old Napa man, who was treated Sunday morning for non-life threatening stab wounds to his upper body.
Napa detectives say Tatiana Vasquez, a 22-year-old Calistoga resident, contacted the man. He had a prior relationship with Vasquez, police say, and went to meet her in the 1000 block of Evans Street.
The man was confronted by a group of men and women, including 22-year-old Napa resident Maira Llaneli Vaca, police say. Vaca is accused of stabbing the man after a fight ensued.
Detectives found Vaca at her home in the same block of Evans Street. She was interviewed and arrested, police say. Detectives executed a search warrant and collected evidence.
Vasquez was interviewed at her Calistoga home in the 1700 block of Washington Street and arrested, police say.
Vasquez was booked Sunday night on suspicion of two felonies: assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy. She faced $50,000 in bail and was released Monday night.
Vaca remains behind bars without bail. She was booked Sunday night on suspicion of three felonies: assault with a deadly weapon, attempted murder and conspiracy.
Court records do not indicate that the county has filed charges.
Detectives from the Napa Police Department Investigations Bureau, Special Enforcement Unit and the Napa Special Investigations Bureau have aided in the ongoing investigation.
Anyone with information can contact Detective Bill Hernandez at 707-258-7838 or email@example.com. Anonymous tips can be sent to Napa police by texting "707NPD" to 847411, or tip411.