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Puna District Crime Report: Nov. 1–15, 2017

November 21, 2017, 11:31 AM HST
* Updated November 21, 11:38 AM
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The Hawai‘i Police Department’s Puna Community Police responded to 11 burglaries, one robbery, 11 vehicle thefts and three vehicle break-ins in the Puna District over the 14-day period from Nov. 1 to 15, 2017.

Of the 11 vehicles reported stolen, eight had been recovered at the time of this publication.

Also see “BIG ISLAND NOW CRIME STORIES” below for 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:

11 BURGLARIES

  1. On Nov. 1, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Mano Street in Hawaiian Beaches and removed the carpets.
  2. On Nov. 2,  victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Io Kea Road (Road 4) in Hawaiian Acres and removed stationary items
  3. On Nov. 2, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Aweoweo Street in Hawaiian Beaches and removed electronics, jewelry and other miscellaneous items.
  4. On Nov. 3, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Maiko Street in Hawaiian Beaches and removed appliances.
  5. On Nov. 3, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on 15th Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed a washing machine.
  6. On Nov. 5, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on 29th Avenue in Hawaiian Paradise Park and removed power tools and fishing equipment.
  7. On Nov. 6, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kioele Street (Road E) in Hawaiian Acres and removed miscellaneous items.
  8. On Nov. 6, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kaulana Road in Mountain View and removed a firearm and other miscellaneous items.
  9. On Nov. 11,  victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Lehua Drive in Ainaloa and removed miscellaneous tools.
  10. On Nov. 12, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Kolika Street in Mountain View and removed a firearm.
  11. On Nov.15, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims residence on Opeapea Road (Road 7) in Hawaiian Acres and removed miscellaneous items.

ROBBERY 

On Nov.11, victim reported that the suspect struck her twice when she tried to retrieve her stolen item back on Nanawale Boulevard in Nanawale Estates.

11 STOLEN VEHICLES

  1. On Nov. 3, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Mahimahi Street in Hawaiian Shores. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  2. On Nov. 6, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Kaulana Road in Mountain View. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  3. On Nov. 6, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Haunani Road in Volcano. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  4. On Nov. 7, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Road 9 in Hawaiian Acres. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  5. On Nov. 7, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Haunani Road in Volcano. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  6. On Nov. 9, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Kea‘au-Pāhoa Road in Kea‘au. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  7. On Nov. 10, victim reported that the suspect re-moved the victims white Ford flatbed truck from Road 5 in Hawaiian Acres.
  8. On Nov. 14, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from 8.5 mile camp in Kea‘au. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  9. On Nov. 15, victim reported that the suspect re-moved the victims green Ford Ranger pickup truck from Road 7 in Hawaiian Acres.
  10. On Nov, 15, victim reported that the suspect removed the victims vehicle from Highway 11 in Mountain View. Vehicle has since been recovered.
  11. On Nov,15, victim reported that the suspect re-moved the victims blue Suzuki multi-purpose vehicle from Kahakai Boulevard in Pāhoa.

3 VEHICLE BREAK-INS

  1. On Nov. 7, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle on Old Volcano Road in Volcano and removed currency and other miscellaneous items.
  2. On Nov. 8, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle on Kapoho Kai Road in Kapoho and removed currency and electronics.
  3. On Nov. 13, victim reported that suspect(s) entered the victims vehicle at the Isaac Hale Beach Park in Pohoiki and removed currency.
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HPD: Puna Man Wanted for Questioning

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)
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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 Kea‘auPāhoa Road
(808) 9652716

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Puna District Crime Report: Oct. 16 to 31, 2017

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