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Ohana Fuels donates $5,485.83 to HCEOC

MEDIA RELEASE Ohana Fuels, a TOP TIER brand of Hawaii Petroleum Inc., recently donated $5,385.83 to the Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council. “The employees and Board of the Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council are deeply grateful to Ohana Fuels for their generous donation” said Jay T. Kimura, Interim Executive Director of HCECO. “This donation will […]

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Mr. Kimura takes this opportunity to thank the citizens of the County Of Hawaii for the privilege and honor of serving them as their Prosecuting Attorney. He is married to Louann Kimura, a teacher at Waiakea High School and has two children, Jeremy and Lindsey.

Mr. Kimura plans to reside on the Big Island and will be a licensed attorney.

Prosecuting Attorney Kimura to retire April 1

Mr. Kimura takes this opportunity to thank the citizens of the County Of Hawaii for the privilege and honor of serving them as their Prosecuting Attorney. He is married to Louann Kimura, a teacher at Waiakea High School and has two children, Jeremy and Lindsey. Mr. Kimura plans to reside on the Big Island and […]

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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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Prosecuting Attorney Jay T. Kimura announced today that on September 29, 2010, Jaime Harry Pacheco, a 36 year-old resident of Hilo, Hawaii, was sentenced to ten years in prison for the offenses of Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Second Degree and Ownership or Possession of Firearm Prohibited.

Hilo man sentenced to 10 years in prison

Prosecuting Attorney Jay T. Kimura announced today that on September 29, 2010, Jaime Harry Pacheco, a 36 year-old resident of Hilo, Hawaii, was sentenced to ten years in prison for the offenses of Promoting a Dangerous Drug in the Second Degree and Ownership or Possession of Firearm Prohibited.

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Hawai'i Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced today that on August 26, 2010 a Kona jury convicted Faustino Transfiguracion of felony sexual assaults against five children. The sexual assaults spanned nearly a decade. The children, who were between the ages of 5 and 14 when they were assaulted, ranged in age from 9 to 18 when they testified at trial.

Kona jury finds man guilty of sexual assaults on five children

Hawai’i Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced today that on August 26, 2010 a Kona jury convicted Faustino Transfiguracion of felony sexual assaults against five children. The sexual assaults spanned nearly a decade. The children, who were between the ages of 5 and 14 when they were assaulted, ranged in age from 9 to 18 when […]

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Investigation by the Hawaii Police Department revealed that on April 12, 2008, the victim of the assault and his girlfriend attended a birthday party at a private residence near Pahoa. Shortly before midnight, approximately 15 men entered the residence where the party was being held.

Jury finds Kauai man guilty of assault in Pahoa

Investigation by the Hawaii Police Department revealed that on April 12, 2008, the victim of the assault and his girlfriend attended a birthday party at a private residence near Pahoa. Shortly before midnight, approximately 15 men entered the residence where the party was being held.

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Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced today that on June 24, 2010, a Kona jury found Miki Pousima guilty of four counts of Sexual Assault in the Third Degree, knowingly subjecting a person less than 14 years old to sexual contact. Each of these offenses is punishable by up to five years in prison, or five years probation with terms and conditions of probation which could include a year in jail.

Kona jury finds man guilty of sexually assaulting two juveniles

Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced today that on June 24, 2010, a Kona jury found Miki Pousima guilty of four counts of Sexual Assault in the Third Degree, knowingly subjecting a person less than 14 years old to sexual contact. Each of these offenses is punishable by up to five years in prison, or […]

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Asing sentenced to 10 years for 2008 Kona car crash

Kona Judge Elizabeth Strance sentenced Liko Asing to concurrent prison sentences of 10 years for the Negligent Homicide in the First Degree death of Thomas Kapena Keliinohomoku, to 5 years for Negligent Injury in the First Degree to Jeremiah Kaluau, to 5 years for recklessly endangering a minor and 5 days for driving under the […]

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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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Man sentenced in Kona assault case

Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney Jay Kimura announced that Third Circuit Judge Ronald Ibarra recently sentenced a Kailua-Kona man to two years of incarceration for offenses of Assault and Terroristic Threatening. On April 13, 2010 a jury found Jefferson Scott guilty of two counts of Assault and one count of Terroristic Threatening, all misdemeanors, after a three-day […]

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Theft in the first degree is a class “B” felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $25,000.00. Theft in the second degree is a class “C“ felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.00. Recent cases in Hawaii County.

Welfare fraud crackdown continues

Theft in the first degree is a class “B” felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $25,000.00. Theft in the second degree is a class “C“ felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.00. Recent cases in Hawaii County.

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County officials Monday (Nov 23) announced a holiday season program to help promote road safety, and cut down on impaired driving.

Free holiday shared ride taxi program on Big Island

County officials Monday (Nov 23) announced a holiday season program to help promote road safety, and cut down on impaired driving.

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