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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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Vehicle Safety

Motor vehicles have become an important part of our lifestyle. Personal safety and protection must be a consideration every time you enter the vehicle. These suggestions will help to keep you protected and keep your vehicle safer: Ensure that your vehicle is well-maintained, mechanically fit and road-worthy. Always check in the back seat of your vehicle before entering, especially at night, especially when alone. Always wear your seatbelt. Never drink and drive. Never leave your vehicle unattended with the engine running. Park in well-lit areas at night. Don't ever leave personal identification or valuables in the vehicle. Consider installing an anti-theft device and a locking gas cap. Always lock all doors and windows after exiting. Keep your garage locked. Lock your vehicle even though it’s inside the garage. Don't put your name or address on your vehicle keys. Keep your vehicle and house keys on separate key rings or on a detachable key ring. When turning your vehicle in for service, separate your house keys. In case of vehicle trouble, turn on your flashers, lock yourself in your vehicle and display a "Call Police" sign. Wait in your car for the police. Do not open the door or window for a “friendly” passerby. There are some simple guidelines to vehicle safety: Keep your vehicle in good working order. Never let your gas drop below ¼ of a tank. Make sure you lock your vehicle, even when you are in it. Never leave valuables visible. Don’t ever leave your purse or briefcase on the seat, even if you’re just running in somewhere “for a minute”. Make sure that you have your car keys ready as you go to your car. Be sure to check the front and back seats before you get in. Keep a flashlight handy. Never put your name, address or driver’s license number on your key ring. Keep an emergency kit in your trunk. Include a blanket, candle, matches/lighter, a granola or energy bar and water. (You may never need it, but there’s comfort in having it available if you should break down.) Replace the granola/energy bar and water often in the summer and every month or so in the winter. If you break down: Put on your four way flashers, put your hood up and stay in your car until help arrives. If a stranger stops to help, speak through a barely opened window. If you are uncomfortable or you don’t trust the stranger, tell them police are already on their way. If that does not work, sound your horn. If The Worst Happens... If you are being robbed, give up whatever the item being demanded of you. Nothing is worth your life! You are more important! Try to get details about your attacker, note the hair color, height, age, eye color, any scars or physical features that stand out. If you have to defend yourself, for whatever reason, remember, there are no rules! It is good practice to carry a whistle. If you are in a situation, the best way to attract attention is to make a loud noise. Yelling works, but it takes a lot of energy and voices can fail. A whistle is very loud and takes much less energy. Report the details to the police immediately.