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Police meeting on Kealakekua burglaries (Sept. 11)


Police and county officials have scheduled an informational meeting to address a rash of burglaries and car thefts. The meeting is 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11 at Konawaena High School Cafeteria

Police and members of the administration will host an informational meeting regarding the recent burglaries and car thefts across the county, particularly in Kona.

“We’re very concerned about this recent spike in crime,” said Mayor Billy Kenoi. “Police will be available to update the community on their investigation, how to make you home less vulnerable to burglary and how to help police catch these people.”

For further information, call Bobby Command at 323-4442.

One Response to “Police meeting on Kealakekua burglaries (Sept. 11)”

  1. Ryan says:

    I’m sure you have seen many vehicles marked “AV” in masken Tape Abandoned Vehicle in your neighborhood. Keep in mind that this vehicle was probably stolen used to burglarize a house and just left there. It should be a reminder to you that this crime spree is moving to or already in your neighborhood. Recently my 1997 Mazda Miata was stolen from the Kealakehe neighborhood on saturday September 10th 2012. My fathers house in Kealakekua had gotten burglarized, and his neighbor recently had her house broken into mid day and they had raided her home of valueables. These criminals have no remorse and no fear of the law or police, they have figured out how to pull these heists off and have it down to a system. What’s going to come of these acts of crime? Let’s hope the people will not have to take justice into their own hands…


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