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Kona burglaries, auto thefts (April 19-May 2)


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Kona Community Policing staff compile a regular listing of burglaries and thefts in the West Hawaii community. This update covers April 19 – May 2.


None reported.

UCPV – unauthorized controlled propelled vehicle (stolen vehicles)

On April 20 at Hualalai Vistas, unknown parties came out of the bushes, and took vehicle HFX 295, a 2005 silver Nissan Xterra without permission.

On April 20 in the 87-3500 block of Hawaii Belt Road, at approximately 11:30 a.m., an unknown suspect(s) removed a 1995 blue Toyota 4×4 pick up HYF 497, which was parked in front of a residence.

On April 23 in the 75-5800 block of Alii Drive, an unknown male entered a white Nissan Titan, started and was attempting to drive a way when the owner made contact with him. She stated the male claimed the keys were given to him by his friend and the truck belonged to his friend. The male exited the vehicle and proceeded to run away. He was described as early to mid 20’s, local looking, dark skin, dark short hair, blue and white surf trunks, black tank top, approximately 5’5″ very skinny build approximately 100-110lbs, he had slip on “vans” type shoes, and was carrying a small black backpack with neon green zippers.

On April 29, in the 74-3800 block of Kealakehe Parkway, an unknown suspect(s) removed a black Adley 49cc moped without the owner’s permission.

On April 29, in the area of Honl’s Beach, a man reported that he fell asleep on beach and an unknown person had taken his 2013 red and black Honda Metropolitan. He stated he left the keys in the moped, which also has a windshield attached.

On April 30, in the 75-5800 block of Walua Road, a man reported he had parked his 1998 blue-green Honda Civic in front of Kona Pacific condo’s at 5:30 p.m. April 29. The next morning, he discovered the vehicle bearing licence plate GEA 015 had been taken without his permission.

On May 2, in the 78-7100 block of Kaleiopapa Street, a man reported his vehicle, bearing license plate HMG 835, was removed from the Holua Resort parking lot without his permission.

On May 5, in the 73-1400 block of Kaiminani Drive, a man reported that his vehicle license LBV780 had been stolen from fronting his residence.

On May 6, in the 75-0200 block of Onioni Street, a woman reported that her granddaughter took her van license plate HJF 878 without permission. She stated she wanted the van back but did not wish to pursue any criminal case and signed a waiver of prosecution form. Van was located in Ka‘u and brought back to Kona.

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