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Napa police arrested a man Monday afternoon on suspicion of kidnapping, vehicle theft and sexual assault.Officers responded to reports that a man armed with a knife had threatened a victim’s life and forced the victim to drive him to a gas station in Napa, where the suspect used the victim’s bank card to withdraw $200, police said. The victim also reported being sexually assaulted by the suspect, police said.
Police said the suspect, identified as 38-year-old transient Christopher Hood, took the victim home and left with the car. Hood was arrested when he returned to the victim’s home with the car that afternoon, police said.Officers found what appeared to be methamphetamine in the car and police said Hood exhibited signs of being under the influence of methamphetamine. Hood was arrested on suspicion of robbery, criminal threats, kidnapping, vehicle theft, possession of methamphetamine, sexual assault, false imprisonment and domestic battery.
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