Hilo Couple Faces Theft Charges in Connection to Stolen Vehicle and Service Dog
Two Hilo residents face felony charges in connection with the reported theft of a Honda CR-V and service dog from the Prince Kuhio Plaza parking lot on Sunday, Aug. 13.
Twenty-year-old Ku‘uhauoliakaleinani Giminiz-Brzezowski was charged with two counts of second-degree theft and first-degree theft. Giminiz-Brzezowski remains in custody in lieu of $9,000 bail.
Thirty-one-year-old Alisha Whitney, was charged with first-degree accomplice to theft, second-degree accomplice to theft and unauthorized possession of confidential personal information. Whitney also remains in custody in lieu of $45,000 bail.
Both Giminiz-Brzezowski and Whitney are scheduled to make their initial appearances on Tuesday in Hilo District Court.