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Police Charge Six People Following Drug Raid in Kona

March 6, 2013, 7:06 PM HST
* Updated March 6, 7:08 PM
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Police arrested eight people Monday after a narcotics search warrant was served on a home in Kailua-Kona.

Kahulaaona Kalili-Jones. HPD photo.

Kahulaaona Kalili-Jones. HPD photo.

Police said the drug raid on the house on the 77-6500 block of Seaview Circle was prompted by numerous community complaints.

During the raid, police seized about a half-gram of methamphetamine, numerous items of meth paraphernalia, a small amount of marijuana, prescription pills and several rounds of ammunition.

Two of those arrested were later released without charges.

The others, and the charges filed, include:

  • Anthony McPherson. HPD photo.

    Anthony McPherson. HPD photo.

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    Joseph Garcia-Hine, 30, two counts of promoting dangerous drugs, one count of possessing drug paraphernalia, and two firearms offenses. He was also arrested and charged on two outstanding arrest warrants. His bail was set at $85,000.

  • Jackie Holder, 40, one count each of promoting dangerous drugs and possessing drug paraphernalia. Her bail was set at $4,000.
  • John Jones, 30, two counts of promoting dangerous drugs and one count each of promoting detrimental drugs and possessing drug paraphernalia. He was also arrested and charged on an outstanding criminal contempt warrant. His bail was set at $6,550.
  • Brandon Post. HPD photo.

    Brandon Post. HPD photo.

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    Kahulaaona Kalili-Jones, two counts of promoting dangerous drugs and one count each of promoting detrimental drugs and possessing drug paraphernalia. Her bail was set at $6,250.

  • Anthony McPherson, 26, one count each of promoting dangerous drugs and drug paraphernalia. His bail was set at $4,000.
  • Brandon Post, 26, one count of promoting detrimental drugs. His bail was set at $250.

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