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Puna Pair Charged in Weekend Burglary

April 5, 2016, 4:32 PM HST
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Kimberly Anne Edwards and Jarrett Moke Hanato. HPD photos.

Kimberly Anne Edwards and Jarrett Moke Hanato. HPD photos.

A Puna pair has been charged in connection to a burglary that occurred Saturday in Hawaiian Paradise Park.

On Saturday afternoon, a Puna homeowner reported that his Hawaiian Paradise Park residence was entered and that several items were removed. Upon arrival later that evening, the man saw a black Honda multi-purpose vehicle in his driveway.

The homeowner confronted a male and female on his property attempting to remove additional items.

Police have charged Jarrett Moke Hanato with two counts of first degree burglary. His bail was set at $50,000.

Kimberly Anne Edwards was also charged with two counts of first degree burglary, along with one count each of third degree promotion of a dangerous drug, prohibited acts related to drug paraphernalia, and fraudulent use of a license plate. Her bail was set at $30,250.

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Hanato and Edwards were both scheduled to make their initial court appearance Tuesday afternoon.

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