Napa Police: Man in violent bar attack of woman turns himself in
NAPA, Calif. (KTVU) - A second man has turned himself in to Napa Police after a violent bar fight where a woman was attacked earlier this month.
Police were searching for James Curtis Faulkenberry, but tweeted on Thursday night that Faulkenbery turned himself in at the Napa Police Department and is now in custody.
Police released video showing Faulkenberry punch a woman in her face, knocking her unconscious.
According to police two men arrived at Stone's Bar on Nov. 17 around 11:20 p.m. and started a fight.
Police say Faulkenberry attacked the woman while another suspect, identified as Juan Rojas, kicked the woman several times.
The woman suffered swelling to her face following the attack by the two men.
Police say Rojas and Faulkenberry also beat others who were trying to help her.
The two men left the bar before officers arrived at the scene.
Rojas later turned himself into authorities.
Police warned the public not to approach Faulkenberry since he was considered dangerous.
Additional details on the case have not been released.