Police Beat

arch 14* Items were stolen from a unit at Lihu’e Court on Hoala

Street.

* A burglary alarm went off at a home on Anini Road.

* A Lihu’e

woman said she was sexually assaulted on Feb. 28 at Kauai High School.

The lifeguard tower at Lydgte Park was broken into.

* A 14-year-old Kapa’a

youth was detained after a student was sexually assaulted at Kapa’a Middle

School. The Kapa’a youth also was detained on a terroristic threatening charge

arising from an incident at a home on Apopo Road in Kapa’a.

* Craig

Hoopii, 28, of Kapa’a was arrested for parole violation.

* Jose Moreno, 41,

of Kapa’a was arrested for family abuse.

March 15

* JC Flowers and

Mini Mart on Kuhio Highway in Wailua was burglarized.

* Kapa’a Middle

School officials detained a youth for allegedly using drugs.

* Haunani

Naele, 40, of Anahola was arrested for a theft.

* A youth was reported to

be out of control at Waimea High School.

* A 17-year-old Kapa’a youth was

detained on three counts of sexual assault in the first degree.

* Two

students were detained for assault at Waimea Canyon School.

* Kalalau

Rivera, 21, of Kilauea was arrested for consumption of liquor at a state

park.

* A 12-year-old Kapa’a youth and a 13-year-old Koloa youth were

detained for using drugs and having drug paraphernalia.

* Tadashi Muratake,

27, of Kekaha was arrested for possession of undersize octopus.

* A horse

was stolen from a home on Kahiliholo Road in Kilauea.

* KPD investigated a

terroristic threatening case at a home on Pohiina Street in Hanama’ulu.

March 16

* Gregory Fleming, 39, of Kapa’a was arrested for driving under

the influence.

* A male adult was detained for a theft at the Foodland

Store in Waipouli.

* A compressor was taken from a U.S. Fish and Wildlife

facility in Puhi.

* KPD investigated a forgery case at the Big Save stores

in Lihu’e, Hanalei and Kapa’a.

* Someone broke into a unit at Embassy Suite

in Po’ipu and took a video camera belonging to a California visitor.

* A

visitor from Illinois said his rental car was broken into at Mahaulepu Beach

and items were taken.

* Child Protective Services reported a child was

abused at a home on Laukona Street in Hanama’ulu.

* Steven Henriques, 26,

of Lawa’i was arrested for burglary and contempt.

* Scott Clifton, 29, of

Lihu’e was arrested for trespassing and resisting arrest.

March 17

Maya Kedzior, 21, of Kapa’a was arrested for camping without a permit.

* In

an open lewdness case, a Kilauea woman said a man “flashed her” at

Otsuka’s Store in Kapa’a.

* A teacher at Kapa’a High School reported being

threatened by a student.

* A Kilauea woman reported unauthorized charges

of more than $600 on her credit card.

* KPD investigated a drug

paraphernalia possession case at the Bull Shed Restaurant in Waipouli.

Robin Servantes, 36, of Kapa’a was arrested for using drugs, having drug

paraphernalia and contempt.

March 18

* Officials at the Amfac Sugar

Co. Office on Haleko Street in Lihu’e received a threatening letter.

March

19

* Raymond Reyes, 47, of Kalaheo was arrested for family abuse.

William Aldrich, 37, of Kilauea was arrested for family abuse.

* Gerald

Aceret, 19, of Kapa’a was arrested for driving under the influence.

* A

girl from Puhi said she was sexually assaulted by her father.

* Steven

Morris, 52, of Kilauea was arrested for driving under the influence. The

following day, he was arrested for terroristic threatening.

March 20

* Julie Richmond, 43, of California was arrested for theft.

* A woman

said jewelry was taken from her home on Malulani Street in Kilauea.

* KPD

investigated a report that $400 was taken from a room at the Holiday Inn

SunSpree Resort.

* KPD received report about a student threatening a

teacher at Kauai High School.

* Wal Mart store employees apprehend two

shoplifters.

March 21

* Sandra Takemoto,53, of Koloa was arrested for

driving under the influence.

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