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Volcano Watch: Volcano monitoring in lower Puna: Recent vandalism and a way to help

While the seismic network in lower Puna has been modestly improved through new NetQuakes instrumentation, our deformation monitoring efforts have suffered serious blows recently due to theft and vandalism at key sites.

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Bob Fitzgerald, director of parks and recreation said the locks on gates were filled with cyanoacrylate, also known as “super glue,” concrete and human waste was mixed and poured down a number of toilets near the beach pavilions and sprinkler heads were broken off at the Friends for Fitness walking track. Fitzgerald estimated damage at about $3,000, although it could have been much more expensive if the concrete had time to cure and harden.

Old Kona Airport Park locks, restrooms and irrigation system vandalized

Bob Fitzgerald, director of parks and recreation said the locks on gates were filled with cyanoacrylate, also known as “super glue,” concrete and human waste was mixed and poured down a number of toilets near the beach pavilions and sprinkler heads were broken off at the Friends for Fitness walking track. Fitzgerald estimated damage at […]

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Papaya farm attacks hurt entire agriculture industry

Papaya farm attacks hurt entire agriculture industry

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A 59-year-old Hilo man reported that an unknown person put a substance into the gas tank of his pickup truck, causing $24,000 in damages. The tampering occurred sometime between January 16 and January 20 while the truck was parked in front of a business on Wiwo'ole Street. The victim is offering a $5,000 reward.

Police investigate vandalism of truck in Hilo

A 59-year-old Hilo man reported that an unknown person put a substance into the gas tank of his pickup truck, causing $24,000 in damages. The tampering occurred sometime between January 16 and January 20 while the truck was parked in front of a business on Wiwo’ole Street. The victim is offering a $5,000 reward.

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Big Island police are investigating vandalism at Hilo Union School.

An unknown person or persons damaged the walls of Building A and the library with graffiti sometime between 9 p.m. Wednesday (February 2) and 6 a.m. Thursday (February 3). Police have classified the case as criminal property damage.

Police investigate vandalism at Hilo Union School

Big Island police are investigating vandalism at Hilo Union School. An unknown person or persons damaged the walls of Building A and the library with graffiti sometime between 9 p.m. Wednesday (February 2) and 6 a.m. Thursday (February 3). Police have classified the case as criminal property damage.

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Vandals cut Civil Defense siren cable

Vandals cut Civil Defense siren cable

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaii County Civil Defense officials have reported that the Kealakehe tsunami alert siren was vandalized sometime following the March 2 test of the siren. Personnel at nearby Kealakehe Elementary School noticed that a cable to the siren had been cut and reported it to Civil Defense officials on March 13. “Such actions cripple […]

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Police ask for public help in Hilo vandalism case

MEDIA RELEASE The Hawaii Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying the person or persons responsible for vandalism to windows at homes and businesses in Hilo town late Sunday night (January 25) and early Monday morning (January 26). Police responded to several reports Monday that windows had been damaged overnight by either […]

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Vandals, thieves, arsonists hit Ka‘u school

Vandals, thieves, arsonists hit Ka‘u school

  PAHALA — Ka‘u High & Pahala Elementary School has been hit by thieves and vandals, but police say they are closing in on the culprits. More than a dozen computers, two televisions and a computer printer were stolen, a bulletin board set on fire, toothpicks broken off in locks, a kiln in art class […]

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