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No charges in accident that injured doctor

Hawaii 24/7 Staff No charges will be filed against the driver of an SUV involved in a 2010 collision that seriously injured a Big Island doctor. The county Office of the Prosecuting Attorney announced charges would not be filed against Shakti Stream, who drove her Toyota 4Runner into a vehicle driven by Dr. Theresa Wang. […]

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Free elder abuse prosecution, prevention (Sept. 18)

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaii County is pleased to invite seniors age 55 and older to enroll in the Elder Abuse Prosecution and Prevention Workshop that will be held Tuesday, Sept. 18 in Hilo. Co-sponsored by the Department of Parks and Recreation’s Elderly Activities Division, Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and state Department of Human Services, the free workshop […]

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Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Iboshi announced today that on November 14, 2011, Dawn Delatorre-Ganon, a 29 year-old resident of Hilo, Hawaii, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for various drug and property crimes.

Hilo woman sentenced to 15 years for drug and property crimes

Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Iboshi announced today that on November 14, 2011, Dawn Delatorre-Ganon, a 29 year-old resident of Hilo, Hawaii, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for various drug and property crimes.

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On May 18, 2010, former Pahoa resident Cynthia L. Edwards, 58, was arraigned before Third Circuit Court Judge Greg K. Nakamura on an indictment charging her with one count of theft in the second degree and one count of theft in the first degree. Ms. Edwards pled not guilty and her trial is set for August 16, 2010.

Welfare fraud crackdown continues

On May 18, 2010, former Pahoa resident Cynthia L. Edwards, 58, was arraigned before Third Circuit Court Judge Greg K. Nakamura on an indictment charging her with one count of theft in the second degree and one count of theft in the first degree. Ms. Edwards pled not guilty and her trial is set for […]

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Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced today that on May 11, 2010, a Kona jury convicted Janis Texeira of felony theft from the State of Hawaii.

The charges arose from alleged deception on Applications for Financial Aid and Food Stamps assistance made by the defendant

Woman convicted of getting over $10,000 in food stamp overpayment

Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced today that on May 11, 2010, a Kona jury convicted Janis Texeira of felony theft from the State of Hawaii. The charges arose from alleged deception on Applications for Financial Aid and Food Stamps assistance made by the defendant

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