A car ended up in a pond of rainwater Monday morning when the driver swerved to avoid an animal that turned out to be a teddy bear, Napa Police reported. on Highway 29, just south of the turnoff to Highway 12, said Sgt. The driver, who was going southbound, swerved to avoid what turned out to be a teddy bear and his brakes locked up, Dalessi said.The car left the roadway and became half submerged in a seasonal pond. A suspected burglar was arrested after his alleged victim caught him in the act and held him there with a shotgun on Wednesday night, according to Napa Police.Hendricks was arrested and booked at the Napa County jail on suspicion of burglary.
Officers arrived at the scene of an in-progress burglary at a home on the 2100 block of Penny Lane to find that the suspect was already being detained by the resident.
The resident pulled out their 12-gauge shotgun when the suspect, identified as Daniel Raymond Hendricks, 26, of Napa, entered the home, police said.
The value of the merchandise exceeded $950, police said.
Linn was booked into the Napa County jail on suspicion of grand theft and false impersonation.
Tsuei, who denied the allegations, was arrested and booked at the Napa County jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. A car going at a high rate of speed with a 15-year-old girl at the wheel ran through a dead-end barrier and into the Napa River early Sunday morning, but three teenagers inside the vehicle escaped with only minor injuries, police reported.