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Puna District Crime Report: Nov. 16–30, 2017

December 7, 2017, 9:54 AM HST (Updated December 7, 2017, 9:54 AM) · 0 Comments
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The Hawai‘i Police Department’s Puna Community Police responded to five burglaries, two robberies, five vehicle thefts and four vehicle break-ins in the Puna District over the 14-day period from Nov. 16 to 30, 2017.

Of the five vehicles reported stolen, two had been recovered at the time of this publication.

The complete list of locations affected and date in which the incidents occurred are as follows:

5 BURGLARIES

  1. On Nov. 17, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Ohialani Road in Eden Roc and removed an ATV, camping supplies and other miscellaneous items.
  2. On Nov. 19, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Palainui Avenue in Eden Roc and removed a generator and electronics.
  3. On Nov. 24, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Lehua Street in Fern Acres and removed a firearm, electronics and power tools.
  4. On Nov. 29, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Ainaloa Boulevard in Ainaloa and removed jewelry, clothing, cosmetic items and other miscellaneous items.
  5. On Nov. 30, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Opihi Street in Hawaiian Shores and removed electronics.

2 ROBBERIES

  1. On Nov. 17, the victim reported that he went over to his neighbors property on Puni Kahakai Loop in Hawaiian Beaches to investigate a suspicious sound. Victim reported that he confronted a party attempting to remove an item. The suspect then struck the victim and removed a firearm from the victim’s person.
  2. On Nov. 25, the victim reported that suspect(s) struck him and removed a wallet from his person on Hale Way in Ainaloa.

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5 STOLEN VEHICLES

  1. On Nov. 16, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims black Nissan pickup truck from O‘oa‘a Road (Road 6) in Hawaiian Acres.
  2. On Nov. 21, victim reported that the suspect re-moved the victims tan Honda multipurpose vehicle from Pulelehua Road (Road 11) in Hawaiian Acres.
  3. On Nov. 24, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Kalapana-Kapoho Beach Road (Highway 137) in Kalapana. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  4. On Nov. 25, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims motorcycle from Kea‘au-Pāhoa Road (Highway 130) in Kea‘au. Motorcycle has since been recovered.
  5. On Nov. 26, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims gold Toyota pickup truck from 21st Street in Hawaiian Paradise Park.

4 VEHICLE BREAK-INS

  1. On Nov. 22, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle on Highway 132 in Kapoho and re-moved miscellaneous items.
  2. On Nov. 24, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle on Highway 130 in Kalapana and removed electronics.
  3. On Nov. 29, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle on Ainaloa Boulevard in Ainaloa and removed the car stereo.
  4. On Nov. 29, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle on Highway 132 in Kapoho and re-moved miscellaneous items.

HPD NOTE TO BIG ISLAND RESIDENTS AND VISITORS

It’s the holiday season again and this is when criminal activity is most active. The Hawai‘i Police Department cannot do it alone. We need your assistance in being an observer and reporter. Please call in all suspicious activity to (808) 935-3311. Be vigilant and be safe! You can make a difference!

For crime prevention tips, visit Hawaiipolice.com.

  • Emergency: 911
  • Non Emergency: (808) 935-3311
  • Crime Stoppers: (808) 961-8300
  • Vice/Drug tip hotline: (808) 934-VICE (8423)

To inquire about a neighborhood watch in your area or if you would like to start one, contact a Puna Community Police officer at (808) 965-2716.

PĀHOA POLICE STATION
15-2615 Kea‘auPāhoa Road
(808) 9652716

CALL 911 FOR EMERGENCIES

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Puna District Crime Report: Nov. 1–15, 2017

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