Man Charged with Numerous Offenses Following a Kona Burglary
Twenty-five-year-old Alan C. Minamishin of Kailua-Kona has been charged with numerous offenses following a burglary that reportedly took place in Kailua-Kona on Wednesday.
Authorities say that between 5:45 a.m. and 7:33 a.m. on Wednesday, a laptop and checkbook were removed from a home on the 77-6400 Block of Princess Ke’elikolani Drive.
The checkbook that was removed was later located by a neighbor and returned to the victim.
An investigation by police led to the identity of the suspect as Minamishin. He was arrested several hours later with the laptop in his possession.
According to HPD, Minamishin was taken to the Kona police cellblock as detectives from the Area II Criminal Investigations Section continued to investigate.
Further investigation revealed that Minamishin was responsible for using stolen credit cards from a wallet that had been removed from a bathroom at a church on Ali’i Drive on Feb. 1.
The wallet in that incident was later recovered with the credit cards missing.
Minamishin was charged Thursday with first-degree burglary, second-degree theft, fourth-degree theft, theft/forgery of a credit card, fraudulent use of a credit card, third-degree identity theft, two counts of unauthorized possession of personal confidential information, and violating terms of supervised release.
Bail for Minamishin was set at $82,000 and he remains at the cellblock awaiting his initial court appearance on Friday.