2 Napa County Fugitives Arrrested

The law caught up with Deryl Binstock and Antonio Simi not long after their names were added to the Napa Valley Crime Stoppers list of wanted fugitives.

Two men recently listed by Napa Valley Crime Stoppers as fugitives from justice were soon returned to custody, according to arrest information from the Napa County Sheriff's Office:

  • Wanted for felony failure to appear on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, Deryl Edward Binstock was arrested Jan. 10.
  • Wanted for felony burglary, receiving stolen property and forgery, with a prior prison enhancement, Antonio Casimiro Simi was arrested Jan. 13, according to the sheriff's office.

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Devyne Floyd January 17, 2013 at 05:04 PM
I know the back story on this guy and his brother. . . They have been in and out for the last year over and over- the police even told us because of all the prison over crowding the courts release them faster than they arrest them- its just typical bureaucratic nonsense
Louisa Hufstader January 17, 2013 at 05:18 PM
Yes, they've both been in the police blotter lately. But is our jail really the place for non-violent suspected drug users? I'd love to know what others think.
MICHAEL P WILSON "Independent Kid" January 17, 2013 at 05:20 PM
I 100% Agree
Devyne Floyd January 17, 2013 at 05:41 PM
I believe drugs lead to a lot of violent incidents. Would you rather have these drug dealers (that is what these two are, not just users) on the streets selling to our minors???? And one of these two "non-violent" criminals has been in San Quentin and currently has a restraining order against him for threatening to kill someone and their entire family. While the other has already been arrested for coming after 3 people with a baseball bat. . . tell me that they are non-violent criminals . . . So yes jail is the place for these two individuals. How do I know this, my maiden name is Binstock and I am one that has been threatened to be killed. I am tired of people like this on our streets getting chance after chance . . . they are nearly 60 years old do you think these people will be rehabilitated????
MICHAEL P WILSON "Independent Kid" January 17, 2013 at 06:03 PM
Only if the users do not want help to kick the habit. If someone wants to turn the corner on life


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