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If you have information regarding wanted persons or crimes that have occurred in the Napa Valley, you can provide an anonymous tip to Napa Valley Crime Stoppers. If your Anonymous tip leads to an arrest, it will result in a cash reward of up to $1,000.00.

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The Napa County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying two men who were seen in the company of Maria Cruz Pascual Bejar (57 yrs) of Rohnert Park, Calif., the night before she died.

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The Napa County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in identifying a burglary suspect. On 1/1/17 at 4:40 a.m. the suspect in the videos below broke into Valley Liquor in Napa, CA. The suspect vehicle appears to be a Nissan Titan pickup truck.

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Home Safety

Make sure that you have good locks on all doors and on your windows. And ensure that your home is well lit. If you are concerned about the security of your home, and you live in the Modesto Police Department area, you are welcome to call the Modesto Police Department’s Crime Prevention Officer for your area and book a Home Security Inspection. A Crime Prevention Officer will come to your home and thoroughly evaluate your home. You will then be given advice as to how to make your home more secure and a less desirable target to an opportunistic criminal. Most people feel very safe in their own homes. This feeling of safety can be shattered when you are broken into or find yourself in a situation with an unwanted caller or visitor. There are several ways to make yourself less vulnerable. Valuables Have all of your valuables marked for identification. Things like your TV, stereo, walker, cane and motorized scooter can be engraved to deter theft. You can borrow an engraver from the Crime Prevention Office or call us for other options. Write down the makes, models, and serial numbers of any valuable equipment and put it away for safe keeping, preferably in a safety deposit box or in a concealed location. At the Door Never open the door before you know who is on the other side. Have a peephole installed in the door so that you can see who the caller is. A peephole is inexpensive and easily installed. If you do not know the person, do not open the door. If they refuse to leave, call the police. If a stranger comes to the door needing to use the phone, dial the number for them and speak on their behalf. You do not have to open the door. If you don’t feel comfortable, don’t do it. On the Telephone You are always in control of a phone conversation. If a stranger calls, and asks you who they are speaking to, ask them who they are looking for. Don’t let callers take over. Do not volunteer personal information. Do not give out your name and address to complete strangers. If the caller states they are from a company or organization, ask for their business, name and number and tell them you will call them back. Remember, if they keep talking after you tell them you are not interested, they are being rude, not you. Hang up on them. If you are having a problem with obscene calls or frequent hang ups or wrong numbers call the telephone company. There are a variety of options available including getting a new phone number. Safety on The Street Be aware of your surroundings and plan the route you are going to take. If you are going into an area where you are uncomfortable, ask yourself if there is an alternate route and take it. If you are walking on the sidewalk, walk in the middle. This makes it tougher for a criminal to grab a purse or a bag. Avoid poorly lit areas. Don't: Carry large sums of money or Flash your money around or Carry so much that you do not have one free hand! You can help to increase the safety of your home and neighborhood by joining Neighborhood Watch. Through proper attention to home security and protection, you can reduce and discourage unlawful residence entries and enjoy the comfort of your home. Follow these simple and effective measures: Clearly mark all of your electronics and related items with your California Drivers License. An engraver is available through your local Crime Prevention Officer at no charge. Install dead bolt locks on all exterior doors and self-tapping screws in the upper track of patio doors and windows. Ensure that entry locks are changed or re-keyed, if you are a new tenant or owner. Secure all basement and ground level windows and patio doors. Have your local Crime Prevention Officer come to your home for a courtesy safety inspection. Make your home fire-safe, eliminate all fire hazards such as papers or cleaners stored near your furnace. Install and test smoke alarms and plan an escape route. Insure your home and contents. Store valuables in a safety deposit box. Give you home a "lived-in" look when you’re gone by using automatic timers. Have the mail, newspapers, etc., picked up and the awns cut when you are away from home. Trim all shrubs, trees and plant life away from your home so that windows are in plain view. Check references of all individuals before employing anyone in your home.