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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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Burglary Prevention

Take time and follow some of the below suggestions provided by Modesto Police Burglary Detectives to protect your property: Lock your cars doors even when leaving for a short period of time. If possible do not keep valuables in your car. Keep valuables (even small items) out of sight or locked in a trunk. Make sure there is no one watching you. Install an alarm system Park in areas that are well lit with high visibility. Use your garage, cars parked outside are a target. Remove your garage remote from your car and take it in if you park outside. Burglars take time to look into cars, and under car seats for concealed purses, laptops, or other valuable before breaking in to vehicles. Some of the more common targeted areas are parking lots along commercial businesses, strip malls, restaurants, schools, health clubs, residential streets, and apartment parking lot complexes. Shoppers and citizens are being asked to be aware of their surroundings before leaving their cars. Look for suspicious vehicles, people on foot, or subjects on bicycles cruising parking lots. Many criminals are looking into vehicles, wandering or looking around without apparent reason, wearing gloves, carrying backpacks, and using lookouts. Protecting Children Protect society's most valued asset, your children. Child abuse is often committed by someone known to the child. If you develop a positive relationship with your children, they will not feel afraid to discuss their problems with you. Know their interests and friends. Set good examples for them to follow. Help them to develop a strong value and a positive self-image. Help them to enjoy their youth while being aware of their environment and how they can protect themselves. Discuss these issues with them: Recognizing suspicious and inappropriate behavior among strangers and family members. How no one should touch the areas of their body that a bathing suit would cover. To remember vehicle license numbers and the description of the persons acting in a suspicious way. To let you know where they are at all times. To go straight to a cashier or an information booth if they become separated from you in a public area. If they are home alone they should not open the door or when answering the phone, should not say that they are alone in the house. To never enter a strange person's vehicle and never hitchhike. To tell you if they are ever threatened. What 9-1-1 is and when to use it. To stay safe on the Internet.