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The Napa Valley’s forecast this week calls for nighttime frost starting Monday, followed by rain starting Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.

The suspect in a triple homicide in Southern California who died in a shootout with police Friday is believed to have driven across the country to meet a teenage girl before killing three members of her family. Police say Austin Lee Edwards, 28, also likely set fire to the family’s home in Riverside, California, before leaving with the teenager. The bodies in the home were identified as the girl’s grandparents and mother — Mark Winek, his wife Sharie Winek and their daughter Brooke Winek. Police say Edwards met the girl online and obtained her information by deceiving her with a false identity, known as “catfishing." Edwards was a Virginia State Trooper until his resignation last month.

Authorities say NFL free agent Odell Beckham Jr. was removed from an aircraft before takeoff at Miami International Airport after failing to respond to requests to buckle his seatbelt and appearing to be unconscious. Miami-Dade police said Sunday that officials feared Beckham was ill, and that his condition would worsen through a five-hour flight to Los Angeles. A statement does not say if he was cited or charged with a crime. American Airlines says flight 1228 re-boarded and departed later. A Twitter post attributed to Beckham says now he's seen it all. Beckham is 30 and a three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver who was injured helping the Los Angeles Rams win the Super Bowl last February.

Two suspects have been arrested after allegedly breaking into homes early Sunday in a Los Angeles County neighborhood and sending three people to the hospital. An official from the El Monte Police Department says one person was hospitalized in critical condition while two others were stable. All were from the same household. The suspects allegedly broke into three homes. El Monte is a small city east of downtown Los Angeles. Police believe up to two other suspects may be at large. El Monte Police Lt. Pete Rasic said one of the arrested suspects is a 17-year-old male and the other a 24-year-old male.

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Two Napa men were arrested Friday afternoon in connection with burglaries at two Upvalley homes, the Napa County Sheriff’s Office reported.

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