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Sheriffs capture woman trying to flee Kona court


While being detained by Sheriffs in the holding cage outside the District Court in Kona, Cheyanne Collins managed to squeeze out through a small space in the locked double gate. Deputy Sheriffs pursued and captured her, without incident, in the parking lot.

The entire event happened within a 5 minute period around 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 29.

Collins was wearing handcuffs and leg shackles.

She was transported to the Hawaii Community Correctional Center where she is being held on $2,000 bond for an unrelated case.

She will face an additional escape charge.

One Response to “Sheriffs capture woman trying to flee Kona court”

  1. Kia says:

    Plenty arrested people mind all the rules and regulations and get huge fines and bonds, yet this gal escapes police custody, makes A and she still gets a $2,000 bond…just goes to show that criminals who run from the law get more love than those trying to abide by the law


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