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Puna District Crime Report: March 1–15, 2018

March 23, 2018, 1:45 PM HST (Updated March 23, 2018, 1:45 PM)
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The Hawai‘i Police Department’s Puna Community Police responded to 17 burglaries, one robbery, seven vehicle thefts and one vehicle break-in in the Puna District between March 1 and 15, 2018.

Of the seven vehicles reported stolen, none 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:

17 BURGLARIES

  1. On March 2, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Ho‘okupu Street in Leilani Estates and removed electronics, jewelry and other miscellaneous items.
  2. On March 2, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Ho‘okupu Street in Leilani Estates and removed electronics, jewelry, power tools and other miscellaneous items.
  3. On March 5, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kupono Street in Leilani Estates and removed electronics, jewelry, power tools, hunting equipment, yard maintenance equipment and other miscellaneous items.
  4. On March 5, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Lai Street in Hawaiian Shores and removed appliances.
  5. On March 5, the victim reported that the suspect entered the victims residence on 8 1/2 Mile Camp Road in Kea‘au and assaulted the victim.
  6. On March 6, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Anuhea Street in Volcano and removed clothing, currency and keys.
  7. On March 6, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on 4th Street in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed electronics, yard maintenance equipment and miscellaneous tools.
  8. On March 7, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kua‘aina Road in Kurtistown and removed power tools and other miscellaneous tools.
  9. On March 9, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Lehualani Place in Pāhoa and removed furniture, yard maintenance equipment, electronics, jewelry, sporting equipment, appliances, camping equipment, automotive equipment and other miscellaneous items.
  10. On March 9, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kaloa Maoli Road (Road 9) in Hawaiian Acres and appliances, power tools, sporting equipment and other miscellaneous equipment.
  11. On March 9, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims business on Government Beach Road in Pāhoa and removed building material and home equipment.
  12. On March 9, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Ka‘akia Place in Volcano and removed currency, furniture, power tools and electronics.
  13. On March 9, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Ka‘akia Place in Volcano. Nothing was removed.
  14. On March 11, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Haunani Road in Volcano and removed an appliance.
  15. On March 13, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Opelu Street in Hawaiian Beaches and removed appliances and other miscellaneous items.
  16. On March 13, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Pāhoa-Kalapana Road in Pāhoa and removed currency and electronics.
  17. On March 14, the victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kea‘au-Pāhoa Road in Pāhoa and removed currency, power tools and other miscellaneous items.
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1 ROBBERY

  1. On March 2, the victim reported that while sitting in the drivers seat of the victims vehicle on Highway 137 in Kapoho a person assaulted him and removed currency..

7 STOLEN VEHICLES

  1. On March 2, victim reported that the suspect removed the victim’s white Isuzu pickup truck from Volcano Highway in Kurtistown. Pickup truck has since been recovered.
  2. On March 6, victim reported that the suspect removed the victim’s gold Honda Pilot from Anuhea Street in Volcano. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  3. On March 6, victim reported that the suspect(s) removed the victim’s gray Mitsubishi pickup truck from Lehua Street in Fern Acres. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  4. On March 6, victim reported that the suspect(s) removed the victim’s green Toyota Camry from Iao in Hawaiian Shores.
  5. On March 9, victim reported that the suspect(s) removed the victim’s white Toyota Corolla from Kaloa Maoli Road (Road 9) in Hawaiian Acres.
  6. On March 14, victim reported that the suspect removed the victim’s silver Honda CRV from Highway 11 in Mountain View. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  7. On March 15, victim reported that the suspect removed the victim’s black Jeep Patriot from Kalapana-Kapoho Road in Kapoho. Vehicle has since been recovered.

1 VEHICLE BREAK-IN

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On March 11, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on 32nd Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park. Nothing was removed.

HPD NOTE TO BIG ISLAND RESIDENTS AND VISITORS

Police cannot be at all places at all times, we need your help. The Hawai‘i Police Department’s Puna Community Police ask residents and visitors alike to take the role as an observer: Watch for suspicious activity and notifying the police. You can make a difference!

  • 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

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Puna District Crime Report: January 2018

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