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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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Internet Safety Tips for Kids

The Internet is a lot of fun to surf and is a great learning tool for homework help or just general information, right? Right, but there is a bad side to the Internet and, just like at school or at the park, you need to think about your personal safety when you’re surfing. Okay, so say you’re on AOL and chatting to one of your friends and someone you don’t know starts to talk to you. They seem pretty nice, so you keep chatting. They ask you about school and your mom, your dad, if you have any brothers or sisters. They seem really interested in you. So, after a while, since this person is so nice, you start talking to them all the time. Pretty soon, they tell you they wish they could hang out with you. Maybe they could meet you at the mall or the skateboard park or your house. What should you do? Just like at the park you shouldn’t talk to strangers. You really don’t know this person. Maybe they are nice but maybe they are not. You should talk to an adult you trust about this person and, with that trusted adult, decide how to deal with the situation. Never make plans to meet someone you’re met on the Internet without discussing the idea with your mom, dad or your guardian. The scary truth is that there are people on the Internet that pretend they are someone they are not. In some situations those people become your friends on-line and then they try to find or meet you. Children and adults have been hurt or gone missing because they went to meet an “Internet friend”. Use your common sense. If you don’t feel comfortable, immediately tell an adult, sign off, and go surf somewhere else. Never give out any personal information, like your name, phone number or address to anyone on the Internet that you AND your parents don’t know. It can be dangerous. Just like at the park, you have to play safe. There are some really great sites on the net but you need to be careful when you check them out. A couple of safe places to look at for good sites are: www.kids.gov www.nasa.gov/audience/forkids/home/index.html www.whitehouse.gov/kids/ www.doi.gov/kids/ www.healthfinder.gov/kids/ www.epa.gov/kids/index.htm www.hhs.gov/kids/ www.fema.gov/kids/ www.nsa.gov/kids/ www.usda.gov/wps/portal/!ut/p/_s.7_0_A/7_0_1OB?navid=YOUTH_RESOURCES