NAPA (BCN)–A man was arrested early this morning in Napa when he was allegedly found with numerous keys and key fobs, police said.
Before officers responded at 2:45 a.m., residents saw 26-year-old Joshua Eisen allegedly checking the door handles of cars in the 200 block of
South Hartson Street.
Eisen, a Napa resident, was identified as a suspect and arrested on suspicion of tampering with a vehicle and possessing stolen property.
Eisen allegedly had with him about 20 keys and/or key fobs for a variety of vehicles, according to police.
Anyone who has not reported a stolen key or key fob for an Infiniti, Nissan, Scion, Jeep, Kia, Volkswagen or Honda is asked to get in touch with Napa police Officer Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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