Napa police are looking for a suspected grand theft robber who snatched two wedding rings from a jewelry store at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to a report from the City of Napa Police Department:
A suspect entered the Ultra Diamond and Gold store, located within the Factory Store Outlets and spoke with clerk. The suspect asked to look at several items.
During an exchange between the two, the suspect took two men’s wedding rings from the clerks’ hands and fled the store. The suspect'direction of travel is unknown. No known vehicles. The suspect was described as:
Black male adult, 25-30 yrs., 5’-4’’, thin build, clean cut wearing blue jeans white and yellow striped long sleeve shirt with black short sleeve T-shirt over it and a red vest.
A 23-year-old Napa man was jailed on suspicion of robbery following a call to police Thursday at about 1 p.m., according to the arrest summary:
Officers responded to a theft that had just occurred at the Safeway on Jefferson Street. The suspect had fled in a vehicle.
A description of the vehicle was put out. Officers located the vehicle driving S/B California Blvd at F Street.
A stop was conducted and three subjects were detained. The responsible, Omar Otero (23 yrs. of Napa) was identified by the victim.
The victim, a Safeway employee, alleged the suspect was stopped when he was attempting to steal beer. Otero punched the employee and fled.
Otero was arrested and booked into the Napa County Department of Corrections.
Tuesday at about 7:30 p.m., police arrested a Napa man on suspicion of forging checks stolen from his mother, according to an arrest summary:
Officers responded to 1000 block of Von Brandt concerning a theft report. During the investigation, officers discovered the suspect, Colby Brown (20 yrs. of Napa), stole two checks from his mother’s purse.
Brown proceeded to endorse one of the checks to himself for the amount of $1,000 and deposit the forged check into his personal bank account.
Brown is currently on Napa County Probation for Burglary. Brown was arrested for Grand Theft, Forgery, and Violation of Probation.
Arrest information does not indicate convictions.
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