Napa County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Napa County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 1535 Airport Blvd, Napa, 94558 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: (707) 253-4509
Fax: (707) 253-4193

Napa County Sheriff's Department is located at 1535 Airport Blvd, Napa, 94558 CA. The Napa County Sheriff's Department phone number is (707) 253-4509.

Napa County Sheriff's Department News

Yesterday Sheriff John Robertson swore in our newest Deputy Sheriff Riley Jarecki. Deputy Jarecki comes from a family with a strong tradition of serving as public servants to the Napa community. Her grandfather Bob was a long time member of the Napa Police Department as well as the Napa County District Attorney's Office. Her aunt Sharon Quick is a member of the Napa Fire Department and her father is Napa County Sheriff's Sergeant Mike Jarecki. Welcome Riley! #commitmenttocommunity

Tonight we were joined by some great Napa County residents at the Pope Valley Fire Station for a Crime Prevention and Awareness Meeting. Thanks to all the agencies including Cal Fire, CHP, Fish and Game, the Napa Sheriff’s Lake Units, and the Napa SO K-9 Team who joined our POPP Team for this important meeting. Thank you. #NapaCountySOPOPPTeam

Napa Sheriff’s Office joins in on the Law Enforcement Torch Run Relay. This is a great event for Special Olympics Northern California.

***Fraud Alert*** As I am sure you have heard before, it is somewhat common for scammers to call people out of the blue and threaten them with arrest for missing jury duty. Oftentimes, these scammers will attempt to obtain your financial information, have you wire money or obtain prepaid cash cards, all under the pretense that you will avoid arrest if you follow their instructions. We were recently notiifed that someone received a call from a scammer who identified himself as a member of the Napa County Sheriff's Office, using the jury duty scam. This particular scammer went so far as to identify himeslf by name, using the name of one of our Lieutenants to lend credibility to his threats. PLEASE REMEMBER the Napa County Sheriff's Office will NEVER call you and threaten you with arrest if you refuse to pay a fine for missing jury duty! If you receive a call like this, do not provide any information about yourself, and call Napa Dispatch at 707-253-4451 to report the incident. #commitmenttocommunity

Shot out to Sarasota Sheriff's Office for coming up with this to keep parents informed about the Apps that their kids might be using.

Little "Otto" flew the coop early and had to be rescued by a citizen in Napa yesterday. Otto was taken to the Napa Shelter to be cared for, earned an honorary badge for his initiative and was turned over to the Silverado Veterinary Hospital by Napa Sheriff's Animal Service Officers.

Hosted at Lake Mendocino by Mendocino Sheriff's Search and Rescue, Napa Sheriff's Search and Rescue and California Explorer Search and Rescue. This training on helicopter awareness included 21 cooperating agencies from across the state. Helicopters and additional support provided by California Army National Guard, CAL Fire, CalSTAR, Solano County Office of Emergency Services, Mendocino Marine Patrol, Napa Sheriff's Dive Team and Mendocino Sheriff's Dive Team. Thanks to all those involved in this! Here is a complete list of all the participants: Alameda County, Amador County, Army Corps of Engineers, Bay Area Mountain Rescue, California Explorer SAR, Cal-Fire, CalSTAR, CARDA, Contra Costa County, El Dorado County, Humboldt County, Lake County, Marin County, Mendocino County, Mendocino Sheriff Dive Team, Napa County, Napa Sheriff Dive Team, Nevada County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Santa Cruz County, Shasta County, Solano County, Sonoma County, The California Army National Guard, Ventura County, Yolo County, and Yuba County.

Please join Sheriff John Robertson and the rest of the Napa County Sheriff's Office as we congratulate Deputy Craig Wong on his first day of retirement. Deputy Wong came to us with many years of law enforcement experience and a passion for sharing that experience with others. His low key approach and sense of humor made him a pleasure to work with and he will be missed. Congratulations Craig! #commitmenttocommunity

Don't forget about the Dine and Donate at the Habit Burger on Soscol Avenue today! A portion of the proceeds will go towards supporting the Napa Sheriff's Athletic League.

The Napa County Sheriff's Honor Guard was asked to support the inaugural weekend of the Napa Silverados baseball club, and of course we were happy to Present the Colors....and take advantage of the opportunity to meet some bay area sports legends! #commitmenttocommunity

The school year is just about over. Napa Sheriff's K-9 and POPP Teams hanging out with the students of Mt. George Elementary School during their Field Day 2018. #NapaCountySOPOPPTeam

As the school year draws to an end for Yountville Elementary School, Napa Sheriff's Deputy Walmsley and his DARE class finished their last lesson. It was on "Help Networks", which is a person or a group of people you can call on for advice, help, encouragement, protection, or guidance.

The Napa County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help. A 10 foot Marble Sculpture that holds significant family history was spray painted and vandalized sometime after 9 pm on Saturday May 26th and 10 am on Sunday May 27th. This crime occurred at a residence located in St. Helena and in Napa County. The suspect(s) used green paint to write a crude word all over this marble sculpture. The residents are offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect(s). If you have any information about this crime please call Napa Dispatch at 707-253-4451 and refer to case #NSD18-2276. Anonymously at Napa Valley Crime Stoppers 1-800-450-9543 or text 274637 with NVCS at the beginning of the tip.

We turned our backs for a second, and our Sheriff's car and displays were taken over by some smart and motivated youngsters. Thanks to everyone who visited us today during the 40th Annual A Day in the Park. #NapaCountySOPOPPTeam

Can You Help? Good morning to all you cyber sleuths out there! We are hoping someone out there saw something or knows something about a vehicle vandalism that occurred in the 1900 block of Howell Mountain Road, which is near the intersection with Pope Valley Road. The victim in this case was having mechanical issues with his Chevy Camaro SS while driving from Pope Valley towards Angwin. He ended up parking his car in a pull out, and got a ride home from a friend. The following day, he returned to get his car and found that it had been vandalized. There was white paint splattered all over it, the windshield was broken, a side window was broken, a tail light was broken and there were scratches in the paint. The suspect(s) even took the time to pour paint all over the interior of the engine compartment, remove the oil cap and possibly poured paint into the aftermarket engine as well. Damages in the case could top twenty thousand dollars! The victim vehicle is a 2010 Camaro SS, painted orange and black. It was parked at the location for a short time. It was parked there on Wednesday May 16th at about 10:15 PM and it was discovered the following day at about 1:00 PM. If you know anything or saw anything that could help us identify the person or persons responsible for this extensive vandalism, please call Napa Dispatch at 707-253-4451 and refer to case #NSD18-002113.

A Big SHOUT-Out to the 5th Graders of Vichy Elementary School who had their DARE Graduation today. These students successfully completed the 10 week DARE curriculum with their Instructor Detective Woolworth from the Napa Sheriff's Office. Great Job parents and teachers of these students. Congratulations Vikings.

A Big Thanks to Capell Valley Fire who hosted the Napa County Sheriff's Crime Prevention and Awareness meeting last night. We definitely APPRECIATED seeing and talking to our residents. Our Problem Oriented Policing Program Team was joined by our K9 Team, our Berryessa Lake Deputies, CHP, and the CA Fish and Wildlife Department. #NapaCountySOPOPPTeam

"Tucker" (pictured here) and his accomplice were caught knocking on a resident's door in the east county (we think in search of food). Napa County ASO Caravantes was able to corral and return them safely home.

Young "Fidget" made his way into a residence in American Canyon this morning. Napa County ASO's had to escort this opossum out of this surprised resident's house. Fidget is off now catching up on some much needed sleep.