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Puna District Crime Report: July 16–31, 2017

August 17, 2017, 2:30 PM HST
* Updated November 16, 10:20 AM
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The Hawai‘i Police Department’s Puna Community Police responded to 14 burglaries, no robberies, four vehicle thefts and 10 vehicle break-ins in the Puna District over a 14-day period from July 16 to 31, 2017.

Also see “BIG ISLAND NOW CRIME STORIES” below for Big Island Now articles about specific incidents, including information about those wanted on bench warrants as of publication of this article.

The complete list of locations affected and date in which the incidents occurred are as follows:

14 BURGLARIES

  1. July 16: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Kilikaa Road in Fern Forest and removed a wallet, jewelry and lawn equipment.
  2. July 16: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on 15th Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed electronics, power tools, jewelry and other miscellaneous items.
  3. July 17: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Kahukai Street in Leilani Estates and removed electronics, miscellaneous tools and items.
  4. July 17: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on 37th Street in Orchidland. Nothing was removed.
  5. July 17: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Plumeria Street in Fern Acres and removed power tools, miscellaneous tools and sporting equipment.
  6. July 18: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Ohialani Road in Eden Roc and removed electronics, lawn equipment, musical instruments and home equipment.
  7. July 19: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on 36th Avenue in Orchidland and removed electronics, lawn equipment, musical instruments and equipment.
  8. July 19: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Beach Road in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed electronic items.
  9. July 19: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on 12th Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed a firearm, electronics, credit cards, forms of identification and miscellaneous decorative items.
  10. July 20: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Laimana Avenue in Kapoho and removed miscellaneous items.
  11. July 20: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Ululhelemalu Road in Fern Forest and removed electronics and musical instruments.
  12. July 27: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Kahaualea Road in Fern Forest and removed outdoor equipment.
  13. July 29: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Napua Street in Orchidland and removed appliances.
  14. July 29: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence on Paradise Ala Kai in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed power tools, musical equipment, electronics, appliances and miscellaneous decorative items.

4 VEHICLE THEFTS

  1. July 18: Victim reported that the suspect removed the victim’s vehicle from Plumeria Road in Nanawale Estates.
  2. July 19: Victim reported that the suspect removed the victim’s vehicle from Beach Road in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
  3. July 21: Victim reported that the suspect removed the victim;s vehicle from 5th Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park.
  4. July 26: Victim reported that the suspect removed the victim;s vehicle from 516h Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park.

10 VEHICLE BREAK-INS

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July 16: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on Milo Street in Kea‘au and removed a purse.

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July 16: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle at Kehena Beach Park in Pāhoa and removed a wallet, electronics and other miscellaneous items.

July 16: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle at Ahalanui Beach Park in Pāhoa and removed a purse.

July 18: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on Kumukahai Lighthouse Road in Kapoho and removed a backpack and electronics.

July 20: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on Beach Road in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed a purse and electronics.

July 22: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on Government Beach Road in Pāhoa and assaulted the victim.

July 24: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on Pāhoa-Kalapana Road in Pāhoa and re-moved a purse.

July 24: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle in the area of the Kapoho Tide Pools in Kapoho and removed wallets.

July 29: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victim’s vehicle on Puni Kahakai Loop in Hawaiian Beaches and removed miscellaneous items.

July 29: Victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle in the area of the Wai Opae tide pools in Kapoho and removed a backpack and electronics.

BIG ISLAND NOW CRIME STORIES

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HPD NOTE TO BIG ISLAND RESIDENTS AND VISITORS

The Hawai‘i Police Department’s Puna Community Police ask residents and visitors alike to take the role as an observer: Watch for suspicious activity and notifying the police. You can make a difference!

  • Emergency: 911
  • Non Emergency: (808) 935-3311
  • Crime Stoppers: (808) 961-8300
  • Vice/Drug tip hotline: (808) 934-VICE (8423)

To inquire about a neighborhood watch in your area or if you would like to start one, contact a Puna Community Police officer at (808) 965-2716.

PĀHOA POLICE STATION
15-2615 KeaauPahoa Road
(808) 9652716

CALL 911 FOR EMERGENCIES

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Puna Crime Report: July 1–15, 2017

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