A 21-year-old Berkeley man was arrested Sunday after allegedly assaulting a wine tour bus driver, breaking a bus window and resisting arrest, reported the Napa Valley Register.
Henry D. Sylva was touring Napa wineries Sunday, with a group of University of California Berkeley students, when authorities said he refused to exit the bus when it stopped at the Domaine Chandon winery, the Register reported.
The Napa County sheriff’s office told the Register Sylva then assaulted the bus driver and broke a bus window. When two deputies arrived, he allegedly began yelling profanities and had to be subdued.
Sylva was arrested on suspicion of assault, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and vandalism, the Register reported.
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