Bail Maintained for Hilo Man Facing Habitual Property Crime Charges
A Hilo District Court judge maintained bail on a man accused of multiple offenses involving habitual property crime and criminal property crime damage.
On Tuesday, Dec. 28, Aina Cachero, 30, of Hilo, appeared in Hilo District Court for an initial appearance. Charges stem from an incident at a Hilo apartment on Dec. 26. The 30-year-old is facing charges of first-degree burglary, fourth-degree criminal property damage, harassment, interference with reporting an emergency or crime, third-degree assault, harassment by stalking, four counts of habitual property crime and two counts of first-degree criminal trespassing.
Hawaiʻi County prosecutors filed two orders to show probable cause for a warrantless arrest and for the extended restraint of liberty of the suspect, which was granted.
Judge Jeffrey Hawk denied requests by the defense for reduced bail or supervised release. Cachero’s bail was maintained at $90,000. The 30-year-old is scheduled to appear in Hilo District Court for a preliminary hearing on Thursday, Dec. 30.