UDDATE: Pāhoa Man Charged with Multiple Offenses

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Shannon Kaleo Navor. HPD photo.

UPDATE 2: Feb. 9, 2017

Hawaiʻi Island police have charged 33-year-old Shannon K. Navor of Kurtistown with unauthorized control of a propelled vehicle in connection with the theft of a 2014 BMW sports utility vehicle.

The SUV was removed from a home in Waimea on Jan. 19.

Navor was arrested and charged with the offense Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 8, after turning himself in to police that morning for three bench warrants.


Bail for the most recent charge was set at $10,000.

He is being held at Hawaiʻi Community Correctional Center after being charged Wednesday morning with three counts of violating terms of probation.

UPDATE 1: Feb. 8, 2017

Hawaiʻi Island police have located 33-year-old Shannon K. Navor of Kurtistown, who was wanted on three no-bail warrants.


Navor turned himself in at the Puna police station in Pāhoa on Wednesday morning, Feb. 8, and was charged with three counts of violation terms of probation.

He was also arrested on suspicion of second-degree theft. Detectives from the Area I Criminal Investigations Section are continuing that investigation.

Navor is being held in police custody pending his court appearance Wednesday afternoon on the probation charges.

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Hawaiʻi Island police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 33-year-old Pāhoa man who is wanted on outstanding warrants.

Shannon Kaleo Navor is described as 5-foot-6, about 205 pounds with brown eyes and short black hair.

He wanted is wanted on three warrants for violating terms of probation.

He is also wanted for questioning in connection with other investigations, including the theft of a sports-utility vehicle during a burglary Jan. 7 in Kamuela.

Police ask that anyone with information on his whereabouts call the police department’s non-emergency line at 935-3311 or a contact either Detective Royce Serrao at 961-2272 or [email protected], or Officer Donovan Kohara at 961-8222 or [email protected].

Tipsters who prefer to remain anonymous may call the islandwide Crime Stoppers number at 961-8300 and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. Crime Stoppers is a volunteer program run by ordinary citizens who want to keep their community safe. Crime Stoppers doesn’t record calls or subscribe to caller ID. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

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