UPDATE: Puna District Crime Report: April 2019

May 7, 2019, 8:17 AM HST (Updated May 15, 2019, 4:38 PM)
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Hawai‘i Police Department Puna Community Police responded to 12 assaults, 24 burglaries,48 thefts and eight vehicle break-ins in the Puna District in April 2019.

The breakdown of incidents per area are as follows:

Mountain View

2 Assaults

Luhi Road

Kini Road

3 Burglaries

Lehua Street (Fern Acres)

Pikake Street (Fern Acres)

Highway 11 (Volcano Road)

7 Thefts

Mahina Street (Eden Roc)

Paniolo Street (Eden Roc)

Kopaa Street (Eden Roc)

North Pszyk Road

Kolika Road

Pikake Street (Fern Acres)

Kaleponi Road (Fern Forest)

2 Vehicle Break-Ins

Paniolo Street (Eden Roc)

Palainui Avenue (Eden Roc)

Kurtistown

1 Assault

Moho Road (Hawaiian Acres)

1 Burglary

Moho Road (Hawaiian Acres)

2 Thefts

Alula Road (Hawaiian Acres)

Road 2 (Hawaiian Acres)

2 Vehicle Break-Ins

Moho Road (Hawaiian Acres)

Moho Road (Hawaiian Acres)

Volcano

4 Burglaries

Mokuna Street (Royal Hawaiian Estates)

Anuhea Street (Royal Hawaiian Estates)

Kahaualea Road (Fern Forest)

Kalaninauli Road (Volcano Village)

1 Theft

Liona Street

Kea‘au

6 Assaults

Kea‘au-Pāhoa Road (Highway 130)

Old Volcano Road

Melekahiwa Street

8 1/2 Mile Camp

Paradise Drive (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

Paradise Drive (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

5 Burglaries

Railroad Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

10th Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

Makuu Drive (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

23rd Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

29th Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

15 Thefts

5th Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

Makuu Drive (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

Loke Road (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

23rd Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

24th Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

24th Avenue (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

Milo Street

Old Volcano Road

Papapa Street

Kukula Street

Milo Street

Milo Street

Railroad Avenue

Wiliama Street

Pili Mua Street

1 Vehicle Break-In

Beach Road (Hawaiian Paradise Park)

Pāhoa

3 Assaults

E. Puni Lani Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Moana Kai Pali Street (Kehena)

Pāhoa Village Road

11 Burglaries

Forest Road (Nanawale Estates)

Forest Road (Nanawale Estates)

Forest Road (Nanawale Estates)

Driftwood Lane (Nanawale Estates)

Mayzee Road (Nanawale Estates)

Malama Street (Leilani Estates)

E. Puni Lani Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Kala Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Kala Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Lehua Drive (Ainaloa)

Pāhoa Village Road

23 Thefts

Kahakai Boulevard (Hawaiian Beaches)

Kahakai Boulevard (Hawaiian Beaches)

Opelu Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Maiko Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Church Road (Nanawale Estates)

Church Road (Nanawale Estates)

Pueo Street (Leilani Estates)

Pueo Street (Leilani Estates)

Kupono Street (Leilani Estates)

Moku Street (Leilani Estates)

Pomaikai Street (Leilani Estates)

37th Avenue (Orchidland)

Ocean View Parkway

Government Beach Road

Keaau-Pahoa Road (Highway 130)

Pāhoa Village Road

Pāhoa Village Road

Pahoa Village Road

Pāhoa Village Road

Pāhoa Village Road

Apa‘a Street

Apa‘a Street

Kahakai Boulevard

3 Vehicle Break-Ins

Mahimahi Street (Hawaiian Beaches)

Church Road (Nanawale Estates)

Government Beach Road

Community Police Officer Update

Officer Jeremy Kubojiri has returned to his assignment with the Community Policing team in Puna.

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Community Policing Sector Assignments

Officer Earl Haskell

  • From Kea‘au to Hawaiian Acres (all subdivisions in-between)
    Officer Jeremy Kubojiri
  • North and South Kulani Road to Volcano (all subdivisions in-between)
    Officer Duwayne Waipa
  • Hawaiian Paradise Park to Hawaiian Shores (all subdivisions in-between)

Officer Eddie Cardines

  • Pāhoa Village to Kalapana (all subdivision in-between)

Pāhoa  Station (Puna District)

Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (except weekends and holidays)

Commander: Captain Kenneth Quiocho, (808) 965-2716
Police station location: 15-2615 Keaʻau-Pāhoa Road
District boundaries: the South Hilo District at Pāpaʻi/the Kaʻū district at Keauhou Landing

For police service, call the department’s non-emergency line at (808) 935-3311.
In an emergency, call 911.

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