Hāmākua Coast Crime Report: August 2018
There were no vehicle thefts or robberies reported in this time frame.
The complete list of locations and incident details are as follows:
- While camping on Branco Lane in Laupahoehoe Point Beach Park, the victim reported that her LG Android cell phone was taken from her tent without permission.
- At a residence on Hawai‘i Belt Road in Ninole, unknown suspects removed two five-feet by five-feet fencing squares without permission.
- At a business on Mamane Street in Honoka‘a, a 39-year-old female, took a bag of Doritos without paying.
- At a business in Pa‘auilo, unknown suspects damaged a flume and removed the wood without permission. A connect up Criminal Property Damage investigation was initiated.
4 CRIMINAL PROPERTY DAMAGE INCIDENTS
- At a business on Mamane Street in Honoka‘a, an unknown suspect damaged the sliding glass door to the business.
- Fronting a residence on Mamane Street in Honoka‘a, a 55-year-old male reported the driver’s side window to his white 1997 Ford Ranger pickup was smashed.
- At a business on Lehua Street in Honoka‘a, unknown suspects shattered a bathroom window.
- At a business in Pa‘auilo, unknown suspects damaged a flume by cutting brackets and removing the wood without permission. This is a connect up to the master report of theft.
1 DRUG-RELATED INCIDENT
- Younger children should always walk with an adult. Older children should walk in a group.
- Costumes and shoes should and fit comfortably to prevent trips and falls. If wearing a mask make sure that the eye holes are big enough so you can see where you are going.
- Use a flashlight, glow sticks, or reflective tape to make it easier to be seen at night.
- Trick or treat at your local mall or in your neighborhood.
- Go to houses that are well lit and avoid dark houses.
- Cross the street at cross walks or corners and be sure to make eye contact with drivers before crossing.
- Walk don’t run. Pay attention when walking across driveway to make sure cars are not pulling in or out.
- Do not eat any candy until an adult has checked it.
- Eat only factory wrapped candy and stay away from homemade treats or candy from another county.
- Parents keep an eye out and drive safe!
If you need further assistance, contact your Hāmākua Coast Community Police officers:
- Officer John Kari, Honoka‘a, (808) 775-7533
- Officer Joseph Rocha, Laupahoehoe, (808) 962-2120
If you see suspicious persons and or activity, don’t hesitate to report it to the police.
45-3400 Mamane St.
36-2283 Old Māmalahoa Highway
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