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Big Island launches veterans treatment court

MEDIA RELEASE On Nov. 10, the Third Circuit Court launched its Veterans Treatment Court with an opening ceremony held in the courtroom of Chief Judge Ronald Ibarra. Ibarra is presiding over the Veterans Treatment Court in Kona and Judge Greg Nakamura is the presiding judge in Hilo. “The Big Island community is committed to helping […]

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Mediation center fundraiser honors peacemakers (Nov. 11)

MEDIA RELEASE On Sunday, Nov. 11, the Kuikahi Mediation Center (KMC) — in participation with the Hawaii County Bar Association — is hosting its Seventh Annual Recognition Dinner and Auction in Hilo to help fund the non-profit human services agency. “This year we are recognizing the Honorable Greg K. Nakamura and Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Y. […]

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Career criminal sentenced to prison

MEDIA RELEASE Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Iboshi has announced that on Aug. 27, 2012, Jason K. Moke, 38, of Hilo, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the offenses of Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Third Degree, Possession of Firearm Prohibited, Possession of a Prohibited Firearm, Prohibited Acts Related to Drug Paraphernalia, and Unauthorized […]

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Home surveillance catches burglar; 10-year sentence

MEDIA RELEASE Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Y. lboshi has announced that on Aug. 27, 2012, Third Circuit Court Judge Greg K. Nakamura rejected the request by Puna resident Jesse Robert Murray, 38, for a probation sentence and drug treatment, and sentenced Murray to concurrent prison terms following his guilty plea. Murray pled guilty to one count […]

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Hilo man sentenced for drug trafficking

Hilo man sentenced for drug trafficking

MEDIA RELEASE John Kaua, 40, of Hilo, was sentenced Wednesday to 10 year in prison for second degree attempted methamphetamine trafficking, according to Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Iboshi. Judge Greg K. Nakamura handed down the 10-year sentence after Kaua pleaded guilty. Police stopped Kaua on Nov. 18 for failing to stop at a traffic light at […]

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Pahoa woman sentenced for child care subsidy fraud

Pahoa woman sentenced for child care subsidy fraud

MEDIA RELEASE Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Y. Iboshi has announced: On March 5, 2012, Third Circuit Court Judge Greg K. Nakamura granted the request by Pahoa resident Sharon Dupree, 31, to defer her no contest plea to one count of theft in the second degree and sentenced her to five years of supervision for that offense. […]

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Drug distributor sentenced to prison

Drug distributor sentenced to prison

MEDIA RELEASE Prosecuting Attorney Charlene Iboshi has announced that on Feb. 1, David Chong Fook Leong, Jr., a 35-year-old resident of Mountain View, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the offense of attempted promoting a dangerous drug in the second degree and prohibited acts related to drug paraphernalia. On Feb. 2, 2010, members […]

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Windward Planning Commission approves SMA permit amendment

Windward Planning Commission approves SMA permit amendment

MEDIA RELEASE Third Circuit Court Judge Greg K. Nakamura has removed Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC as a defendant in the lawsuit filed by certain area residents against Continental Pacific, LLC and Hank Correa Realty. The judge ruled Hu Honua had produced sufficient evidence to show no other defendant had legal claim to bring an injunction […]

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Keauu woman sentenced for welfare fraud

Keauu woman sentenced for welfare fraud

MEDIA RELEASE Prosecuting Attorney Jay T. Kimura has announced Third Circuit Judge Greg Nakamura denied the request by Keauu resident Thalia Kauka, 50, to defer her guilty plea to theft in the second degree and sentenced her for that offense Jan. 5. Kauka was sentenced to five years of probation with the special conditions that […]

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