Estacio gets probation

Kym Estacio, 31, of Hanama‘ulu, was sentenced by Chief Judge George M. Masuoka to five years of probation for promoting a dangerous drug in the third degree and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to prosecutors.

Special conditions of Estacio’s probation include her serving 30 days in jail in addition to any time already served, and payment of court fees.

Estacio entered her guilty plea to the offenses on Oct. 10. In this case, police entered the Estacio home in Hanama‘ulu on March 9, with a search warrant authorizing a search for child pornography that they believed was in the possession of another occupant of the residence, prosecutors said.

While conducting that search, officers discovered a glass smoking pipe containing methamphetamine.

Officers then obtained a second search warrant for methamphetamine, and discovered small plastic packets with methamphetamine residue, rolling papers, and a container with marijuana residue in Kym Estacio’s bedroom.

• Maxine Constantino, 19, of Hanama‘ulu, was sentenced by Judge Kathleen N.A. Watanabe to a five-year term of probation for theft in the second degree, prosecutors said. Special conditions to Constantino’s probation include serving 243 days in jail (the amount she already served pending sentencing in this case), paying $26,070 in restitution to the victim, undergoing substance-abuse evaluation and treatment as recommended, submitting to drug and alcohol testing as directed by her probation officer, having no contact with her co-defendants, seeking and maintaining full-time employment or a course of study approved by her probation officer, and payment of court fees, prosecutors continued.

Constantino entered her guilty plea to the felony offense on Oct. 11, 2005. Constantino, Malia Kiilau and Sheyenne Morikawa were arrested after allegedly taking over $26,000 worth of jewelry from Mariko Store in Hanapepe on Dec. 31, 2004, prosecutors said.


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