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Extended Furlough Inmate Fails to Check In at Hale Nani

February 19, 2016, 3:38 PM HST
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Daniel Abraham. Hawai'i Department of Public Safety photo.

Daniel Abraham. Hawai’i Department of Public Safety photo.

The Hawai’i Department of Public Safety is on the search for extended furlough inmate Daniel Abraham.

Thirty-five-year-old Abraham reportedly failed to report for his scheduled check-in on Friday at the Hale Nani Reintegration Center.

DPS said Friday afternoon that State Sheriffs and the Hawai’i Police Department have been notified.

Abraham is serving time for Assault 1, Kidnapping, and Place to Keep a Firearm. He is within the extended furlough program, which allows inmates to live and work outside the facility but requires them to check in at various times throughout the month.

Authorities said Abraham’s next scheduled parole hearing is slated for June. Escape 2 is expected to be added to his charges once located.


Abraham is described as 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes.


DPS said Abraham is classified as community custody, the lowest custody level.

Anyone who knows of Abraham’s whereabouts should call 911.

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