Hawaiʻi County outstanding warrants as of July 14, 2023

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The Hawaiʻi Police Department provided the following list of 25 people with outstanding misdemeanor or traffic warrants as of July 14, 2023. This list is comprised of people with a last name that begins with C and is only a fraction of the more than 4,000 outstanding warrants in the county.

There is no online location to get a complete list. But individuals can find out if they have a misdemeanor warrant or a traffic warrant by going to the Hawaiʻi State Judiciary’s website at From there, click on “eCourt Kokua” and then follow the directions. Information about felony warrants is not yet available online.

Here is the provided list:

  • Neal R. Campbell, 43, Hilo
  • Isaiah K. Campbell-Francisco, 33, Hilo
  • John M. Canfield, 31, Keaʻau
  • Sir Richard L. Canionero, 42, Hilo
  • Kyson Canizo, 25, Hilo
  • Trina J. Canon, 53, Keaʻau
  • Trinton C.P. Canon, 26, Keaʻau
  • Matthew L. Canter, 33, Kealakekua
  • Robert Caouette, 33, Kailua-Kona
  • Ronald Cappi, 66, Hilo
  • Manuel T. Caravalho, 48, Holualoa
  • Harold E. Cardenas, 62, Mountain View
  • Paul J. Cardines, 43, Hilo
  • Kearshea L.K. Cardus, 27, Hilo
  • Yecthari E. Cares Vargas, 63, Ocean View
  • John Cariveau, 21, Kailua-Kona
  • Raven K. Carlsmith, 30, Pāhoa
  • Robert H. Carlson, 57, Kailua-Kona
  • John C. Carpenter, Unknown, Hilo
  • Lynn A. Carr, 52, Pāhoa
  • Fortino Carrionsoria, 52, Kailua-Kona
  • Chilton Carroll, 27, Honaunau
  • David A. Carroll, 39, Waikōloa
  • David T. Carroll, 52, Waikōloa
  • Patrick T. Carroll, 49, Kailua-Kona

Police ask that anyone who knows the whereabouts of a person on this list to call the police department’s non-emergency line at 808-935-3311.


Tipsters who prefer to remain anonymous may call Crime Stoppers at 808-961-8300 and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

Persons who know a warrant is out for their arrest are advised to report to the nearest police station to avoid having an officer go to their home or workplace to arrest them.


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